Grace

Grace
You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Accompaniment (G Major)
    0:49
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment (C Major)
    0:49
Instrument: Voice
Composed by: Sean And Frank O'Meara
Lyrics start: "As we gather in the Chapel here in old Kilmainham jail...."

“Grace” is an Irish song written by Sean And Frank O’Meara in 1985.

‘Grace’ is probably most well-known from the Jim McCann version who often played with ‘The Dubliners’. It has also been covered by The Wolfe Tones, John McDermott, Barleycorn, and Anthony Kearns.

The song is composed telling the story of Joseph Plunket and Grace Gifford who married hours before Joseph was executed for his part in the 1916 rising in Dublin.

This version is Jim McCann’s version and can be heard here.

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Track

  • Accompaniment

Please choose your preferred key of G Major or C Major.

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Product Description

“Grace” is an Irish song written by Sean And Frank O’Meara in 1985.

‘Grace’ is probably most well-known from the Jim McCann version who often played with ‘The Dubliners’. It has also been covered by The Wolfe Tones, John McDermott, Barleycorn, and Anthony Kearns.

The song is composed telling the story of Joseph Plunket and Grace Gifford who married hours before Joseph was executed for his part in the 1916 rising in Dublin.

This version is Jim McCann’s version and can be heard here.

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Track

  • Accompaniment

Please choose your preferred key of G Major or C Major.

Additional Information

Divisions

G Major, C Major

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