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McGaughey, Fran

PDF Believe Me If All These Endearing Young Charms - Ensemble

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Harp Ensemble, Solo Instrument music is provided (may be played on a harp as third part). Harp 1 is not difficult. Harp 2 joins in Verse 2 and repeated as needed for Voice. Two verses of Voice (included) portray the lovely lyrics.  Voice Part is Included. Sound File provided under the "download" tab in the long description.

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The meaning of this everlasting music with its special message is a treasure.  Playing this well-known music is a not-to-be-missed opportunity.  Everyone connects with the special message embodied in this music. Solo Instrument is provided-May be played on a harp Harp 1 is not difficult. Harp 2 joins in Verse 2 and repeated as needed for Voice. Two verses of Voice (included) portray the lovely lyrics.  Voice Part is Included.


This music is very flexible to meet your needs. A two part Harp Duet is a nice possibility or three part Harp Duet with Solo Instrument are all possibilities. 

According to Wikipedia (W en.Wikipedia.Org) The tune to which Moore set his words is a traditional Irish air, first printed in a London songbook in 1775.[1] It is occasionally wrongly credited to Sir William Davenant whose older collection of tunes may have been the source for later publishers, including a collection titled General Collection of Ancient Irish Music, compiled by Edward Bunting in 1796. Sir John Andrew Stevenson has been credited as responsible for the music for Moore's setting. It is said that after Thomas Moore's wife contracted smallpox, she refused to let herself be seen by anyone, even her husband, due to the disfiguring effects of the disease to the skin on her body, and because she believed he could not love her after her face had been so badly scarred. Despairing at her confinement, Moore composed the lyrics of this song to reassure her that he would always love her regardless of her appearance. He wrote later that after hearing him sing to her from outside her bedroom door, she finally allowed him inside and fell into his arms, her confidence restored. The tune is a traditional Irish air, first printed in a London songbook in 1775.

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PDF Believe Me If All These Endearing Young Charms - Ensemble

PDF Believe Me If All These Endearing Young Charms - Ensemble

INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS. Harp Ensemble, Solo Instrument music is provided (may be played on a harp as third part). Harp 1 is not difficult. Harp 2 joins in Verse 2 and repeated as needed for Voice. Two verses of Voice (included) portray the lovely lyrics.  Voice Part is Included. Sound File provided under the "download" tab in the long description.

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