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An Irish Rhapsody

An Irish Rhapsody - Score and Parts (Score and Parts)

Clare Grundman
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Description:

First published in 1971, An Irish Rhapsody has become a staple in the literature for young concert bands. It demonstrates Clare Grundman's mastery of orchestration and exceptional treatment of transitions and pacing. Including the folk melodies The Morren (Minstrel Boy), I Know Where I'm Going, Shepher's Lamb Reel, Cockles and Mussels, The Rakes of Mallow and Kathleen O'More, it is just as fresh-sounding and effective today as it was more than 30 years ago! (Grade 3) (6:45)

Recorded by the North Texas Wind Symphony – Eugene Corporon, conductor. Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 2, Grade 2-3 Reference Recordings, CD-466. Used with permission from GIA Publications, Inc.

Song List:

  • Cockles And Mussels
  • I Know Where I'm Going
  • Kathleen O'more
  • Rakes Of Mallow The
  • Shepherd's Lamb Reel

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Additional Information:

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 48006565
Northwest Product Number: 101-0907-00-001

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