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Fionnuala

by Micha F. Lindemans
In Irish legend, the daughter of Lir, who was transformed into a swan and condemned to wander over the lakes and rivers until Christianity came to Ireland.

Moore has a poem on the subject in his Irish Melodies.


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  • Pronunciation:
    finn-oo-lah

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