Irish Lullaby (also known as "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)") is a classic Irish-American song originally written in 1913 by composer James Royce Shannon and brought back to prominence by Bing Crosby's performance in 1944's ‘Going My Way’. The delightful, lilting song, as sung by the King's Singers, arranged for SATTBB a cappella by Keith Abbs will become an invaluable addition to your choral library. Piano accompaniment included for rehearsal only. Duration ca. 3:20 minutes.
The King’s Singers is a Grammy Award-winning British male sextet founded in 1968 at King’s College, Cambridge. The group has always consisted of six singers in total, with their membership constantly changing. Over the decades the ensemble has reached an ever-widening international audience and popularity, today appearing in around 125 concerts each year mostly in Europe, the US and the Far East.