Irish choral music has little history before the latter part of the twentieth century. This is somewhat understandable for a country often subjugated, but with such a strong indigenous musical identity of its own. In 1987 Dublin composer Michael McGlynn founded ANÚNA, Ireland's National Choir. Much of the group's repertoire explores the relationship between traditional choral ideas in combination with the musical heritage of McGlynn's native land... Read more
ANÚNA : Fill, Fill a Rún
Soloist Éabha McMahon - from the album Revelation, arrangement by Michael McGlynn - recorded in Saint Bartholomew's Church, Dublin. Sheet music ...