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Death mask of James Joyce

Death-mask of
James Joyce


James Joyce Quote
The characteristics that enabled him to sustain his purpose are apparent in his very death-mask. Delicately but firmly molded, the head is long and narrow, the forehead high, the chin strong, and the eyes are closed. It is the face of his Stephen Dedalus, of the perennial student, of a man who carries to the verge of his sixtieth year the agility, the curiosity, the sensibility of his youth.
James Joyce Unquote

[ Harry Levin ]

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James Joyce and Music


Song in Joyce's Work

Introduction

Poetry:
Musical Settings of Chamber Music
» with link to Musical Settings of Pomes Penyeach

Music in Dubliners

Music in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
» with link to Music in Stephen Hero

Music in Exiles

Music in Ulysses

Music in Finnegans Wake


Selected Songs

Songs Listed by Track Number

Songs Listed by Work Cited

  1. Bid Adieu to Girlish Days (Discussion and music clip)
  2. Silent, O Moyle (Discussion and music clip)
  3. I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls (Discussion and music clip)
    » with link to Charles Dibdin and "The Lass That Loved a Sailor"
  4. Oft in the Stilly Night (Discussion and music clip)
  5. I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby (Discussion and music clip)
    • Lyrics (from the prologue to the cantata Lalla Rookh)
    • Biographies (Frederick Clay, W.G. Wills)
  6. Love's Old Sweet Song (Discussion and music clip)
  7. Brigid's Song (Discussion and music clip)
    • Lyrics (from A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man)
    • Biography (David Diamond)
  8. Blumenlied (Discussion and music clip)
  9. Those Lovely Seaside Girls (Discussion and music clip)
  10. My Girl's a Yorkshire Girl (Discussion and music clip)
  11. The Holy City (Discussion and music clip)
  12. M'Appari (Discussion and music clip)
  13. Yes! Let Me Like a Soldier Fall (Discussion and music clip)
  14. The Bloom Is on the Rye (Discussion and music clip)
  15. The Low-back'd Car (Discussion and music clip)
  16. The Croppy Boy (Discussion and music clip)
  17. Sweet Rosie O'Grady (Discussion and music clip)

About the Concert

A Brief History (Chronology of Performances)
» with link to Dan Lowrey's Star of Erin Theatre page

About the Musicians

  1. C.V. of Kevin McDermott
    » with link to K.M. Production credits
    » with link to Wigmore Hall/Virgil Thomson Concert page
  2. C.V. of Ralph Richey
    » with link to R.R. Production credits

Reviews and Reactions

  1. Quotes of Note
  2. Reviews in Print

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» with links to PayPal (for all U.S., Canada, and international customers)

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» with online order form

Preview the Music — "Try Before You Buy"

  1. Sample Sound Clips (includes filesize chart)
     
  2. About the Album ("What's Inside")
    » with popup links to images of the packaging

Testimonials
» with link to page on Richard Morgan Kain (Fabulous Voyager)

Merchant Policy

  1. About Sunphone Records
  2. Satisfaction Guarantee
  3. Privacy & Security Policy
  4. Payment Options
  5. Shipping & Handling
  6. New York State Sales Tax
  7. Product Returns

Joycean Resources


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Site Credits

Production Team (Web site and CD)

  1. Bill Black (Executive Producer)
    » with link to sound clip of composition "The Camel's Hump"
    » with link to humorous essay "Too Many Bodhráns?"
    » with link to his CapeIrish website
  2. Kevin McDermott (Performer — Tenor)
    » with link to Professional C.V. of K.M.
  3. Ralph Richey (Performer — Accompanist)
    » with link to Professional C.V. of RR
  4. Frank Weaver (Webmaster)
    » with link to Posy of a Ring (samples from published volume of poetry)
    » with link to personal Web site

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  1. Web Site Sourcebooks
     
  2. Page References for Songs Cited

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