Directory of Traditional Musicians in the Mid-West of Ireland.
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Published by Mid-West Arts in Limerick .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Traditional Music -- Traditional Musicians -- Instruments -- 1986 -- County Clare,Mid West Region.

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ContributionsO Beachain, Niall(Compiled by)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19008110M

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You're very welcome to the Island Ireland directory for Irish musicians. The following hand-picked links will take you to official or fan websites for Irish musicians in the traditional, classical, New Age and rock genres. For background information on Irish musicians, particularly older groups, the Ceolas artist listings are very useful.   Her distinctive musical style includes folk melodies, voice-layering and reverberations, influenced by church music, classical music and traditional Irish music. She holds the title of Ireland’s biggest selling solo musician, with over 75 million albums 5/5(). Up to the seventeenth century, harp musicians were patronised by the aristocracy in Ireland. This tradition died out in the eighteenth century with the collapse of Gaelic Ireland. Turlough Carolan (–) is the best known of those harpists, and over of his compositions are known. Some of his pieces use elements of contemporary baroque music, but his music has entered the tradition.   Ireland has some of the world’s most influential musicians such as Van Morrison, U2, Enya, and most recently Hozier who has risen to fame in the last couple of years.

Irish songs gained wide appeal in Europe in the 19th century, and the music brought to the United States by Irish immigrants became one of the principal sources of traditional American music. Irish traditional musicians such as the Clancy Brothers, Planxty, the Boys of the Lough, Clannad, and the Chieftains have toured much of the world. is an Irish based online bookstore offering a wide diverse range of books, new releases, bestsellers, bargains and rare books, with worldwide delivery. The Making of Irish Traditional Music challenges the notion that Irish Traditional music expresses an essential Irish identity, arguing that it was an ideological construction of cultural nationalists in the nineteenth century, later commodified by the music and tourism industries. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This came to me through a music teacher-- a traditional Irish music teacher. It is the work of uilleann piper and ethno-musicologist Tomas O' Canainn, lecturer, composer, singer, musician, and at active pub session player in Cork, Ireland. This is a description, in pages, of the way and form of Irish traditional music ("Trad") was played before 4/5(1).

  The live music scene in Ireland is booming, be it traditional or modern music that is played, and more and more talented new musicians are coming up the ranks all the time. It may have changed a lot over the centuries, but one thing has stayed the same; Irish music is still bringing people together, and making them dance. This showcase of Irish traditional folk music and dance combines the best of Irish trad culture with a great open-air festival atmosphere. Featuring world-champion dancers, as well as some of the Riverdance cast, the show has met with near-unanimity in its positive reception among visitors. In recent times, the border between the Protestant and Catholic communities of Northern Ireland has often been marked by music. The attitudes of Northern Irish Protestants towards traditional music and the place of Protestant musicians within popular Irish culture need a more thoroughgoing analysis. This book is the first to provide such analysis. Ireland’s traditional music (or trad as we call it) has been around centuries — we even discovered a set of wooden pipes in County Wicklow that date back to the Stone Age to prove it.. Here, we look at five trad instruments that musicians from Ireland have been blowing, strumming, picking, plucking and thumping for a very long time indeed.