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Commissioned by Derry City Council to celebrate the Tercentenary of the Siege of Derry.
'Shall I take my little black currach over the broad-breasted glorious ocean? O King of the bright kingdom, shall I go of my own choice upon the sea?'.
This five-CD boxed set is Doyle's magnum opus to date, released to mark his fiftieth birthday.
Gerald Barry's music has been described as 'the most exciting, most sheerly intense new music...for a long, long time'.
Roger Doyle's Under the Green Time: 'An image of Ireland without the sweet Celtic wrapping, an ancient, hard Ireland, a kind of musical archaeology.' This programme of acoustic, electro-acoustic an
Piers Hellawell has integrated ideas from Irish traditional music and Balinese Gamelan music into a very individual musical style.
'Joan Trimble's music is natural and fluent, devoid of contrivance or sentimentality'.
The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, conducted by Proinnsías Ó Duinn, plays Kinsella's Symphony No. 3: Joie de Vivre, and Symphony No. 4: The Four Provinces.
Peter Sweeney is the soloist with conductor Colman Pearce and the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland in this recording of John Buckley's Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, commissioned in 1991 f
Philip Martin performs his Second Piano Concerto and Andreja Malir, for whom it was written, performs the Harp Concerto.
Four major works from Brian Boydell, one of Ireland's leading composers of the twentieth century: In Memoriam Mahatma Gandhi; Violin Concerto; Masai Mara Op. 87 and Megalithic Ritual Dances.
This CD contains works written by John Gibson between 1977 and 1999.