Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That’s an Irish Lullaby) was a popular Irish song from 1913, and has been sung by Bing Crosby and many other artists over the years. A favorite for St. Patrick’s day or anytime time you want to enjoy a classic folk song. This arrangement begins with the cello playing the introduction, scored to sound like a tenor solo. The viola picks up the melody, in harmony with the second violin. The first violin get the melody for the refrain – the most well-known part of the song. Score, set of parts 7 pages.