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Bernard Dewagtere

Arranger, Composer, Director, Teacher

France, Erchin(59)

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About the piece

Title: Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)


Composer: Traditional
Arranger: Dewagtere, Bernard
Copyright: Copyright Dewagtere, Bernard
Instrumentation: Voice, piano or guitar or organ
Style: Traditional
Comment: Danny Boy was written by the English lawyer and
lyricist Frederick Weatherly in 1910. Although the lyrics
were originally written for a different tune, Weatherly's
sister modified them, in 1913, to fit Londonderry Air
(Irish diaspora anthem : irish emigrants and their
descendants in countries such as the United Kingdom,
the United States, Canada, Australia, Argentina, New
Zealand, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil and states of the
Caribbean and c... (more online)

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Danny Boy
Londonderry Air
Traditional Irish Ballad (1913)
Words by Fred. Ed. Weatherly

Moderate q = 60
Arr. : Bernard Dewagtere

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