Songs about Galbally:

songsCruiskeen Lawn/The Galbally Farmer by Lewis, & Lewis Carlson from the Album Along With My Love I'Ll Go: Celtic Airs, Hymns, & Dances For Two Flutes And Piano

songsGalbally Farmer by Frank Harte/Donal Lunny from the Album There's Gangs Of Them Digging

songsThe Galbally Farmer by Dick Hogan from the Album Humourous, Suggestive and Fantastical, Vol. 1 [Explicit]

songsThe Galbally Farmer by Dick Hogan from the Album Songs Our Parents Loved, Vol. 1

songsThe Galbally Farmer by Dick Hogan from the Album Songs of Tipperary

songsThe Galbally Farmer by Pat Kilbride from the Album Rock & More Roses

songsGalbally Farmer (arr. M. Sandler) - A Calling-on Song (arr. D. Keane and J. Faulkner) by Neal Rogers from the Album The Anniversary Album, 1978-1988


Books about Galbally:

booksGALBALLY! : The Autobiography of Australia's Leading Criminal Lawyer by Frank Galbally (1995)

booksGalbally for the Defence by Frank Galbally (Oct 28, 1993)

booksA Remarkable Friendship: Vincent Van Gogh and John Peter Russell by Galbally, Ann published by Melbourne University... (Jun 1, 2008)

booksBehold Aherlow: The Glen from Bansha to Galbally by Michael J. Lynch (Dec 2011)

booksFrank Galbally for the Defence: The Krope Trial by Fitzgerald Peter (1981)

booksLETTERS FROM SMIKE. The Letters of Arthur Streeton 1890-1943. Compiled and edited by Ann Galbally and Anne Gray... by Arthur Streeton (1989)


Wiki information Galbally:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Galbally is a hamlet and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is between Cappagh and Donaghmore. Its name was formerly spelt as Gallwolly and Gallwally. The hamlet has one pub, a convenience shop, a church and a post office with an...

Galbally, County Limerick
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location

Galbally is a village in southeast County Limerick, Ireland, on the border with County Tipperary. It is located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains and at the western approach to the Glen of Aherlow. The Aherlow River, flowing down from the Galtee...