They’re Moore’s melodies, but not as we know them
The NCH concert on February 21 is titled Moore’s Melodies Re-Awakened and is curated by leading baritone Simon Morgan
The name of Thomas Moore never fails to ignite my interest, so an upcoming NCH concert of his melodies with a modern makeover sent me in search of an enthralling biography published ten years ago.
The opening paragraphs alone of Ronan Kelly’s Bard of Erin are so intriguing that it is impossible to put the book down due to the author’s vividly exciting account of Moore’s return to his native shore after 35 years abroad...
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