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Skibbereen (CB/WB) PDF Download

Skibbereen (CB/WB) PDF Download
Skibbereen (CB/WB) PDF Download
Title: Skibbereen
Subtitle: Solo for Alto Saxophone or Horn in F/Eb and Concert/Wind Band
Composer: Traditional
Arranger: Max Stannard
Instrumentation: Concert Band/Wind Band
Duration: 3.00
Difficulty: Medium

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'Skibbereen', also known as 'Dear Old Skibbereen', 'Farewell to Skibbereen', or 'Revenge for Skibbereen', is an Irish folk song, in the form of a dialogue wherein a father tells his son about the Irish famine, being evicted from their home, and the need to flee as a result of the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848.
The first known publication of the song was in a 19th-century publication, The Irish Singer's Own Book (Noonan, Boston, 1880), where the song was attributed to Patrick Carpenter, a poet and native of Skibbereen. It was published in 1915 by Herbert Hughes who wrote that it had been collected in County Tyrone, and that it was a traditional song. It was recorded by John Avery Lomax from Irish immigrants in Michigan in the 1930s.
The son in the song asks his father why he left the village of Skibbereen, in County Cork, Ireland, to live in another country, to which the father tells him of the hardship he faced in his homeland. It ends on a vengeful note expressed by the son.

Publication details:
Title Skibbereen
Subtitle Solo for Alto Saxophone or Horn in F/Eb and Concert/Wind Band
Composer Traditional
Arranger Max Stannard
Instrumentation Concert Band/Wind Band
Duration 3.00
Difficulty Medium

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