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The Second Battle of Moytura (Author: [unknown])

section 163

Now Lugh and the Dagdae and Ogma pursued the Fomorians, for they had carried off the Dagdae's harper, whose name was Uaitne. Then they reached the banqueting-house in which were Bres son of Elatha and Elathan son of Delbaeth. There hung the harp on the wall. That is the harp in which the Dagdae had bound the melodies so that they sounded not until by his call he summoned them forth; when he said this below:

  1. Come Daurdabla!
    Come Coir-cethar-chuir!
    Come summer, Come winter!
    Mouths of harps and bags and pipes!
(Now that harp had two names, even Dur-da-bla, 'Oak of two (greens)' and Coir-cetharchuir, 'Four-angled music').