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'Bells of Ireland' Celebrates a Flower in Song

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'Bells of Ireland' Celebrates a Flower in Song

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'Bells of Ireland' Celebrates a Flower in Song

'Bells of Ireland' Celebrates a Flower in Song

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Rosalie Sorrels was prompted to write a song when she was inspired by a particular flower common throughout Ireland. The tune is part of our occasional series, "What's in a Song" which comes to us from the Western Folklife Center. The series explores different songs and their inspirations.

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