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Blarney Stone

Tenor melody version (aka "Should One Gain Eloquence...")

Rating: 3.6/5
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Posted By: pdpaddoc, Wed, 7 Mar 2018 More from this user
Key written in: F Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Other male
Lyrics:Should one gain eloquence by kissing the old Blarney Stone
Comments:How's this for a St. Patty's Day tag? This was written based on a tag written by BBS legend and good friend Jim Richards, except his started out with "Does it make any sense one should..." Personally, my favorite part is the first half on 'eloquence'. The music kind of tells it. Don't overpower the unison at the beginning; try to sound like one voice. Tenor and lead switch roles at the end with the post; watch out, it'll be sooner than you think! Really listen to each other all the way through.

Most importantly everyone says THEE not THUH before OLD even though leads post with STONE.

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Arranger:Paul Paddock Year: 2018
Made famous by:Jim Richards Year: 1999
Learning tracks sung by:unknown