|This is the ninth song of nine in the
group of songs called "Chamber Music".
Nine Love Poems in a very romantic, fanciful language written by James Joyce in 1907.
Moderately easy - probably the easiest of the group of songs. Basses have low Db.
From the collection of 36 love poems called "Chamber Music" published in 1907.
The full collection of nine songs is also available. see Chamber Music
|O cool is the valley now
And there, love, will we go
For many a choir is singing now
Where Love did sometime go.
| And hear you not the thrushes calling,
Calling us away?
O cool and pleasant is the valley
And there, love, will we stay.