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The priest who celebrated his own funeral Mass

Week III

Marbhna will commemorate all who died in 1916

A Requiem Mass with music composed by Odhran O Casaide and featuring the voice of Sibéal Ní Casaide, to commemorate all those who died in 1916, will take place in Knock Basilica this Sunday, November 6 at 12pm. The special Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Brendan Kelly, Bishop of Achonry.

A concert for All Souls

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THE CELEBRATED Requiem of French composer Gabriel Fauré will be performed in St Joseph's Church, Presentation Road, this Sunday.

Galway Baroque Singers in concert

MOZART’S REQUIEM and three works by Handel will be performed by the Galway Baroque Singers in Galway Cathedral on Friday April 25 at 7.30pm.

St Nicholas’ Singers to perform Lux Aeterna

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CHORAL MUSIC and poetry will join forces at a concert in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, this Sunday at 5pm.

The reason why the Baroque Singers are the best in Ireland

There can only be two reasons why music highbrows are still a bit ‘iffy’ about the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins. One is probably a comment on his unusual route into classical music. A talented music scholar from Cardiff University and the Royal Academy London, he founded a jazz group Nucleus, which won first prize in the Montreux Jazz Festival. Then to keep bread on the table, he made a series of TV advertising jingles. One of them, called ‘got off the ground’, was for an airline. But it became so popular and catchy, that people were clogging the airline’s phones demanding what was that amazing music. Jenkins developed the theme and, extending its African and Arabic sounds, it became the energetic Adiemus. It topped the pop charts across the world.


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