The Minstrel Boy
Piano, Voice, Soprano Voice, Alto Voice, Tenor Voice, Baritone Voice, Bass Voice, Choir, SATB - Early Intermediate
Composed by Traditional Irish Melody ("The Moreen") - Words: Thomas Moore (1779 - 1852). Arranged by Jerry Gamble. Classical Period, Country, Folk. Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single. 4 pages. Published by Jerry Gamble (S0.20307).
Item Number: S0.20307
"The Minstrel Boy" is an Irish patriotic song written by Thomas Moore (1779–1852) who set it to the melody of "The Moreen", an old Irish air.Although traditionally performed as a Solo piece, I have arranged here for SATB.The words are very emotional, so the dynamics are only as intended as a rough guide. As always, everything is down to the interpretation of the Musical Director, but the heartfelt words of Thomas Moore should come across naturally in the presentation of the song.
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