Irish tune from County Derry : British folk-music settings, no. 5 (unaccompanied mixed choir)
by Percy Grainger (1911, this version: 1902)
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Year: 1911, this version: 1902
Instrumentation: 6-part mixed chorus (vocal parts: women highs, women lows, men highs, men 1st middles, men 2nd middles, men lows). Includes piano part for rehearsal only.
- Influenced by: Irish folk music
Performances of this work
14 Aug 2021: at Melbourne String Ensemble 35th Anniversary Concert - featuring Dindin and Dandan Wang (Melbourne Recital Centre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall). Featuring Melbourne String Ensemble.
28 Mar 2018: at Adelaide Symphony Orchestra - Classics Unwrapped #1 (Adelaide Town Hall). Featuring Guy Noble, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
2 Jul 2011: at Grainger Celebration (Melbourne Recital Centre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall).
21 Feb 2010: at The Bourbaki Ensemble: music for flutes and strings (St Stephen's Church, Newtown). Featuring Bourbaki Ensemble, David Angell.
5 Jun 09.
12 May 2009: at Sydney New Philharmonic Choir and Joubert Singers (St Mary's Catholic Church - North Sydney).
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