Monday, June 8, 2009

“Glocca Morra” popular song in Ireland

“How are things Glocca Morra?” is a most famous song related to a fictional village in Ireland. In this song famous music director, Burton Lane composed music and E.Y Harburg wrote song. This song is release in earlier 1946 and introduce to public after one year.
How Are Things in Glocca Morra?
There is no real Glocca Morra in Ireland (though there is a Glockamara, marked the same method). In a TV interview late in his life, Harburg exposed that the name "Glocca Morra" was complete by composer Lane, who had devise a dummy lyric start with the line "There's a glen in Glocca Morra". Harburg like the name however insist on varying the line to "How are things in Glocca Morra?" as this is more special.

Because of this song’s popularity many version was release in 1946 and 1947. That is including by Dick Haymes and Decca records as catalog number 23830. Some another version of this song was released by Columbia Records and this version is recorded in 1947.

The Martha Tilton description, which was record on November 25, 1946 and released by RCA Victor records as catalog number 20-2122. In addition famous jazz saxophonist sonny Rollins recorded this melody for his azure Note debut sonny Rollins, volumes.

This song was player by Petula Clark; he is also one part of disc of the 1968 film version.
Some another no of record of song is recorded in 1975. This song is one of the most poplar songs in Ireland.

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