A fun song about a man who mourns the loss of his cow.A traditional folksong that originates in Ireland. It was collected in Prince Edward Island by Dr. Helen Creighton, sung by Ernest Sellick. The chorus is in Gaelic, but it's written phonetically, so children find it very easy to learn.

This arrangement can be sung as written (in 2 parts), or as a unison song. Includes a humourous moment: the plainsong chant Dies Irae sung to "Moo".

Click "VIEW SCORE SAMPLE" on the repertoire list page to see the first 2 pages of this arrangement.

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