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My Girl's a Yorkshire Girl

Classical/Song • 2013
 
     
 

My Girl's a Yorkshire Girl

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Instrumentation
Mixed choir
Scored for
Choir
Type of score
Vocal score
Key
G major
Arranger
Matthew Spinner
Publisher
Matthew Spinner
Language
English
Difficulty
Easy
Duration
2'42
This is a comic song from the British music hall era of the early 1900s, suitable for five unaccompanied voices SATBarB or small mixed choir.

It tells the tale of two young men who have travelled away from their Yorkshire home. Through a chance meeting, they discover they are both seeing the same grey-eyed girl. They decide to confront her about it, but discover she has been keeping another secret.

The melody is predominantly a duet for soprano and alto, with the tenor and baritone playing the parts of the two men.

The song was mentioned by James Joyce in his novel Ulysses.
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