Mo Ghile Mear

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Mo Ghile Mear

CMP 319 24 057

The disappointment of the failed Jacobite rebellion and the exile of Scotland’s Bonnie Prince Charlie (1720-1788) was keenly felt in Ireland. The evolution of the song Mo Ghile Mear as we know it today begins with a contemporaneous poem being married with an Irish air many decades later in the 1970s. Sue Furlong’s setting for SSA choir, soprano solo, piano and optional bodhrán perfectly captures the essence and meaning of the text. At once dreamlike, then agitated; sections of sadness and lament are contrasted by moments of exuberance and swollen pride — the piece is a riot of emotions. With outstanding accompaniment music and beautifully crafted choral parts this is a piece that will be loved by choirs and audiences alike.

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2.60

Clear

Usually ships in 3 – 5 business days


Minimum order 8 copies