Welcome to Seolta Music - Ireland's premiere online sheet music store specialising in Irish choral music and classic Irish compositions and arrangements for concert and wind band.
Seolta Music, based in Dublin, Ireland, was founded in 2008 by Irish conductor, composer, arranger and music producer, Mark Armstrong. Here you will find all of Mark's music along with that of other Irish composers and arrangers such as Shaun Davey and Ronan Hardiman.
Seolta Music features a unique range of music for Solo voice and Concert Band - from operatic favourites to music theatre to Irish songs. If you are featuring a vocalist in your band concert, this is a great resource. Also you can browse our range of interesting arrangements for Bagpipes and Concert Band.
In our blog section you will find news of our new publications, articles of interest and details of Irish and International events of interest to choral singers and band members.
At Seolta Music we have steadily built up a loyal global customer base and we pride ourselves both on the quality of our music and on our customer service. If you don't find the sheet music you are searching for, please do not hesitate to contact us directly and will endeavour to locate the music you require from our extensive database of worldwide publications.
In 2015 we were delighted to introduce College Choral Series - a collection of imaginative and stimulating contemporary choral sheet music in the English and Irish language (pronunciation guides are available for all pieces in Irish).
Works by Irish composers are featured in this series, as are works by international composers based on Irish texts. We are proud to publish this series in association with The Choral Scholars of University College Dublin - Ireland's foremost collegiate choral ensemble.
Choral Director, Desmond Earley's highly acclaimed arrangements of Irish traditional tunes are a particular highlight of the series and you can browse vocal scores and hear recordings of all his music here.
This unique choral series features on the recordings Invisible Stars Perpetual Twilight and Be all Merry