Handed Down “Creating a Sliabh Luachra Archive “ preserving our identity

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Handed Down “Creating a Sliabh Luachra Archive “ preserving our identity

Time: January 27, 2018 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: Sliabh Luachra Heritage Centre Scartaglin
City/Town: Scartaglin Village
Website or Map: http://worldfiddledayscartagl…
Phone: 0878516695
Event Type: fundraiser, for, world, fiddle, day, scartaglin, on, may, 19, 2018
Organized By: P.J. Teahan
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2018

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  • Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond Matt Cranitch ‘s control the advertised talk will not go ahead till next season’s series
    Handed Down Sat Jan 27
    “ Creating a Sliabh Luachra Archive” preserving our identity
    presented by Maggie Prendeville Keane

    “Tradition represents a critical piece of our culture.They remind us that we are part of a history that defines our past,shapes who we are today and who we are likely to become “

    We were recently awarded a grant from Kerry Co Council to help set up an archive of Sliabh Luachra material . We have been collecting for years and at present have a large collection of rare audio,video and photographic material which we want to digitize and make available to the public .
    Though the Lecture Series Handed Down we have examined many topics relating to our area and in doing so have introduced the history of the music to new generations.
    We are aware of our responsibilities in using public funding and at
    Handed Down on Sat Jan 27 with local Historian Maggie Prendeville Keane will showcase some of these rare pieces to show the community what exists and what we envisage the Handed Down Sliabh Luachra Archive will become
    .lncludes never heard before
    From 1973 Paddy Cronin playing with Paddy Glackin on the street in Listowel in after Paddy Glackin won the senior fiddle All Ireland .
    An audio recording from Tom and Mary McCarthys Bar Castleisland in 1962 recorded for RTÉ radio by Aindrios Ò Gallachòir
    A video of Willie O Connell playing in his home in Tullig Castleisland
    Maida Sugrue Chicago interview about Padraig O Keeffe and Cuz Teahan
    Jackie Daly ,Connie O Connell and Sean O Loinsigh in the Failte Bar Kenmare from 1988
    Denis Murphys first ever recording for Ciaràn MacMathùna in Kenmare 1955
    Sonny Riordan playing polkas in Gneeveguilla and many more rare treasures

    Also on Sat Jan 27 the Handed Down team will be awarded the with the Dan O Connell Memorial award . This is a great honour and to mark the occasion we have invited Jackie Daly to attend and play for a few parts of a polka set . Anyone group who wishes to dance are welcome and among the dancers invited from Dan O Connell’s Bar memories are Timmy the Brit ,Ann Keane and Eily Buckley ,Aileen Cronin and the O Connell family.
    Guests Jackie Daly ,
    Singer Dave Buckley.
    Musicians Mike Rice. Gearoid Keating and Mairead Corridan
    Margaret B Looney Billy Joy and friends
    Young musicians ,Meabh Ní Chonaill , Lauren O Connor and Caoimhe Murphy

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    Also on that night Handed Down organisers will be presented with the Dan O Connell Memorial award for their dedication and preservation of Sliabh Luachra Music  by Jackie Daly and a polka set will follow.
    Special Guests include Singer Dave Buckley , trio Mike Rice,Gearoid Keating and Mairead Corridan

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