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Letters From Ireland (Choral Suite)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SSA
Arranger Mark Brymer
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 08744920

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Letters From Ireland (Choral Suite) Arranged by Mark Brymer. For SSA. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08744920, UPC: 073999272536)

Using actual texts of letters written in the 1700s and 1800s, Mark Brymer has woven together this moving suite of Celtic music. Featuring multiple opportunities for solos or ensembles, this will long be remembered by your audience. May be performed as separate sections or as an entire suite. Includes: Planxty Irwin, Road to Lisdoonvarna, Skibbereen, The Rocky Road to Dublin, Blackberry Blossom, The Cliffs of Doneen, Fisher's Hornpipe, Lanigan's Ball, Molly Malone (Cockles & Mussels), Muirsheen Durkin and more.Available separately: SATB and SSA. Instrumental Pak includes parts for Pennywhistle/Flute, Fiddle, Uilleann Pipe, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Bodhran Drum/Bass Drum, Harp, Button Accordion, and Scottish D Pipes. ShowTrax CD also available. Performance Time (if performed as entire suite): Approx. 30 minutes.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM  
CLIFFS OF DONEEN  
FISHER'S HORNPIPE  
LANNIGAN'S BALL  
MOLLY MALONE (COCKLES & MUSSELS)  
MUIRSHEEN DURKIN  
PADDY WORKS ON THE RAILWAY  
PLANXTY IRWIN  
ROAD TO LISDOONVARNA  
SKIBBEREEN  
THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN  
THE WEARING OF THE GREEN  
WHISKEY IN THE JAR  
WILD ROVER  
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