CURRAGH CHOIR

by ehistoryadmin on March 13, 2018

Nationalist & Leinster Times  30 October 1948

Curragh Choir

Prior to the war most armies were renowned for their choirs, especially the Polish, Russian and German.  The Irish Army, therefore thinks that there is no reason why they should not have a choir. It is proposed to organise a permanent Army Choir in the Curragh Camp for broadcasting and recording purposes.  Already some members have been selected, but more are still required. In this undertaking the Army are not without civilian encouragement, and we all wish them every success.

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