Dúlamán - (Dulaman for Tenor solo and SATB choir divisi) arr. Desmond Earley $2.75
Dúlamán is written in the Irish language - please here for a pronunciation guide.
Dúlamán is a traditional working song from the north of Ireland, made famous in the 1970s by the legendary Irish group Clannad. The word Dúlamán means seaweed and the song references two types, one for dyeing and one that is edible. These two types of seaweed also represent two different characters in the song. This arrangement by Desmond Earley features the Irish single-headed frame drum, the bodhrán, and includes a lively refrain which repeats after each verse.
This new choral series features on the recordings Invisible Stars Perpetual Twilight and Be all Merry
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