A Chairde / Dear Friends,
 
Below are the links to our latest selection of Digitised Materials. 
 
 
For earlier selections, follow these links for Audio Playlists, Printed Collections, Image Galleries, and Video Playlists.
 
N.B. ITMA videos can also be accessed directly on the ITMA YouTube channel.
 
In addition:
 
Interactive Scores. Our latest Scorch files here are the next 100 melodies (301–400) from P.W. Joyce's Old Irish Folk Music and Songs (Dublin 1909). This publication includes song airs and dance tunes that Joyce remembered from his childhood in Co Limerick.
 
And:
 
NLI-ITMA Recital-Lecture: 'The First Collection of Irish Music, Dublin 1724: A Recital-Lecture by Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin and Nicholas Carolan' Wednesday, 13 February at 7.00 pm in the National Library of Ireland, for further information see here.
 
Internship at ITMA: We are seeking applications for a Multimedia Digitisation Assistant through the Jobbridge scheme, full details can be found on our website here.
 
Thursday Late Opening: As an ITMA 25 initiative, the Archive has extended its public access hours. It is now open for an extra three hours each Thursday, from 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm. No appointment is necessary.
 
Next Saturday Opening: The next regular monthly Saturday opening will be on 16 February 2013, from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
 
Come West along the Road: The current 15th series of the archival television series Come West along the Road is now showing on Friday nights on RTÉ 1 at 7.30 pm. Each programme is available on the RTÉ Player here for three weeks after transmission. Viewers having difficulties with the online Player should go to www.rte.ie/playerxl 
 
Publications Information Service: Our Recent Publications & Acquisitions in Irish Traditional Music is available here.
 
On-Line Catalogue Service: Catalogue entries are being added to constantly and are available here.
 
PDF Downloads: Our latest PDF download 'Shamrock Records: The First Irish-Made Commercial Discs 1928–1930' is available here.
 
Social Media: You can follow ITMA on Twitter @ITMADublin as well as on Facebook. Over 4,000 followers have now ‘liked’ the ITMA Facebook communications.
 
PS: The best day-to-day documentation of ITMA is on our Facebook page. If you have not signed up to Facebook, you can still access our page by googling ‘facebook irish traditional music archive’ at any time.
 
With best wishes,

The Staff of the Irish Traditional Music Archive / Taisce Cheol Dúchais Éireann  
 

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