This delightful a cappella reel, traditionally sung and played at Scottish weddings, is toe-tappin' fun! From the opening unison statement until the final chord, men's ensembles can explore a different
"In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone..." Developing male choirs will shine while singing this range-appropriate, lilting arrangement.
The Parting Glass, a traditional Scottish and Irish folk song, is traditionally sung at the end of a gathering of friends. This setting reflects the tender yet wistful feelings of a group of
Here's a sprightly folksong setting for high school or college men, with a tenor solo and optional fiddle (part included). Laden with tongue-twisting Irish brogue, it captures the authentic feel of the
This arrangement epitomizes John Henry's skill as a steel-drivin' man: strong, bold and full of energy and guts. Great teaching piece for stylization and historical context. With traditional harmonizations,
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