Listen to Yola, an extinct dialect of English

Yola is an extinct dialect of English that once flourished in a corner of Ireland inhabited by the descendents of invaders of all origins: "Pre-celtic, Celtic, Scandinavian, Norman Welsh, French, Flemish" and presumably English. In this video, there is singing.

One striking characteristic of Forth and Bargy was the fact that stress shifted to the second syllable of words in many instances: morsaale "morsel", hatcheat "hatchet", dineare "dinner", readeare "reader", weddeen "wedding", etc.