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...and the new love The old for her, the new that made Me think on Ireland dearly While soft the windblew down the glade And shook the golden barley.

D The old for her d The new that made me think d On Ireland dearly d While soft the windblew down the glen d And shook the golden barley d 'Twas hard the woeful words to frame d To break the ties that bound us d But harder still to bear the shame d Of foreign chains around us d And.

Above the uplands drenched with dew The sky hangs soft and pearly, An emerald world is listening to The windthat shakes thebarley.

T'was hard the woeful words to frame To break the ties that bound us But harder still to bear the shame Of foreign chains around us And so I said, "The mountain glen I'll seek at morning early And join the brave United Men" While soft winds shook thebarley. T'was sad I kissed away her tears Her...

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Audience Reviews for The WindThat Shakes theBarley. A pair of working class Irish brothers are caught up in the troubles during the social upheaval caused by the fight for independence in 1920.

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Libby Holden sings The windthatblowsthebarley by Bedlam Ward . A videographer Scott thompson produced a rather beautiful video backdrop to this track but I…

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While the soft windblew down the glade and shook the golden barley. 'Twas hard the woeful words to frame To break the ties that bound us. But harder still to bear the shame of foreign chains around us. And so I said the mountain glen I'll meet at morning early.

I love the tune "Windthat shakes thebarley" but it is somewhat of a stretch for me to play on my B/C box. The problem is with the "B" notes in the A part.

As a so-called period film, "The WindThat Shakes theBarley" feels breathtakingly authentic, but never "old." Cinematographer Barry Ackroyd captures the past with fresh painterly detail, in muted blues, grays, browns and greens, and some lamp-lit interiors invoke the palette of van Gogh's "The Potato...

T'was hard the woeful words to frame To break the ties that bound us But harder still to bear the shame Of foreign chains around us And so I said, "The mountain glen I'll seek at morning early And join the brave United Men" While soft winds shook thebarley.

The poem of Robert Dwyer Joyce—The Windthat Shakes theBarley—has been set to hauntingly beautiful music. This rendition is performed by Lisa Gerrard. Born in Glenosheen, County Limerick, Joyce studied at Queen’s College (in Cork). He graduated with honors and became a medical doctor...

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Director Ken Loach's THE WINDTHAT SHAKES THEBARLEY tells the story of two Irish brothers caught up in the beginnings of the IRA (Irish Republican Army). Medical student Damien (Cillian Murphy) and his brother Teddy (Padraic Delaney) watch in horror as British soldiers beat to death a...

Damien joins his brother Teddy in the Irish Republican Army, but political events are soon set in motion that tear the brothers apart.

That's only halfway the case with Loach's 2006 Cannes Palme D'Or winner The WindThat Shakes TheBarley. By far the most spinach-y film Loach has made lately, it takes place in '20s Ireland, and covers the early days of the IRA and its armed battles against brutal British occupying forces known...

As the situation becomes increasingly complex, the balance between action and argument, while initially well managed by Loach and longtime

Two Irish brothers are torn apart by the anti-Brit rebellion of the '20s in "The WindThat Shakes theBarley," a film by helmer Ken Loach in which the human drama increasingly gets lost in the political. Small-scale pic lacks the involving sweep of Loach's earlier historical-political work and looks likely to...

Twas hard the mournful words to frame, To break the ties that bound us But harder still to bear the shame, Of foreign chains around us And so I said, "The mountain glen, I'll seek at morning early And join the brave united men", While soft wind shook thebarley. Twas sad I kissed away her tears...

But, that said, 'The WindThat Shakes theBarley' spends almost equal time examining the implosion of civil war and it effects. It's both a harrowing and beautiful film to watch, with strong performances. Loach's occasional delving into improvised dialogue can sometimes come off as a little like dodgy...

Financial analysis of The WindThat Shakes theBarley (2007) including budget, domestic and international box office gross, DVD and Blu-ray sales reports, total earnings and profitability.

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After drilling in the mountains, the column raids the village's Royal Irish Constabulary barracks for revolvers, then uses them to assassinate four

...the new love The old for her, the new that made Me think on Ireland dearly While soft the windblew down the glade And shook the golden barley.

In this historical drama, two brothers first join force to in the Irish Republican Army, but later, due to political events, they find themselves on opposing sides in Ireland's struggle for freedom from Britain.

...the new love The old for her, the new that made Me think on Ireland dearly While soft the windblew down the glade And shook the golden barley. Twas hard the mournful words to frame To break the ties that bound us Ah, but harder still to bear the shame Of foreign chains around us And so I said...

The Star Of The County Down Words and Music Traditional, arranged by by Loreena McKennitt.

The director, Ken Loach, is known for movies like Raining Stones — thick-brogued, quotidian English dramas of working-class life and oppression (for Loach, the two often seem to be one and the same). In The WindThat Shakes theBarley, he fills the screen with gnashing outrage at the British lording it...

The references to barley in the song derive from the fact that the rebels often carried barley or oats in their pockets as provisions for when on the march. This gave rise to the post-rebellion phenomenon of barley growing and marking the "croppy-holes," mass unmarked graves into which slain rebels were...

'twas hard the mournful words to frame to break the ties that bound us Ah, but harder still to bear the shame of foreign chains around us And so I said, "The mountain glen I'll seek at morning early And join the brave united men" while soft wind shook thebarley. 'twas sad I kissed away her tears her arms...

A Ken Loach film about the British in Ireland always has the potential for controversy, but his historical drama "The WindThat Shakes theBarley" is unlikely to inflame passions on either side.