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She moved thro' the fair

First line:
My own love said to me, My mother won't mind
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She moved thro' the fair is another Irish folk-song, though the melody has been traced in both Scotland and Ireland. The poet Padraic Colum and musicologist Herbert Hughes first collected scraps of it in County Donegal. Some verses were added by Colum and in this form it was published in 1909. Recorded here is a 5-part arrangement by Toby Young (born 1990, studied composition with Robin Holloway at Cambridge) which enhances its haunting character. Dating from 2013, it was premiered by Armonico Consort under Christopher Monks.

from notes by Phillip Borg-Wheeler © 2016

Recordings

Greensleeves
Studio Master: SIGCD447Download onlyStudio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
Hughes: A Purse of Gold & other songs
Studio Master: SIGCD106Download onlyStudio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
More songs my father taught me
CDA67374
My Lagan love - other songs of Ireland
CDH88023Archive Service
The last rose of summer
CDH55210Last few CD copies remaining

Details

Track 29 on CDA67374 [2'04]
Track 9 on CDH55210 [2'13] Last few CD copies remaining
Track 10 on CDH88023 [3'02] Archive Service
Track 15 on SIGCD106 [3'00] Download only
Track 4 on SIGCD447 [3'23] Download only

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