Latest Digitised Materials from the Irish Traditional Music Archive

A Chairde / Dear Friends. Below are the links to our latest Digitised Materials.
 
Shamrock, Rose & Thistle: The opening section this month is a departure from our usual presentation in that it is a combination of a printed collection with its related sound recordings, photographs, song-text transcriptions, pdf downloads and catalogue records, and with contextual notes and a Discover page – a mini-microsite based on Hugh Shields’s classic 1981 volume Shamrock, Rose & Thistle: Folk Singing in North Derry. Follow this link.
 
Image Gallery: Buaiteoirí Ghradam Ceoil TG4/ Recipients of TG4 Music Awards, 1998–2014
 
Video Playlist: Sean-Nós Cois Life Físeáin/ Videos, 2001–2012
 
For earlier selections, follow these links for Audio PlaylistsPrinted CollectionsImage Galleries, and Video Playlists.
 
N.B. ITMA videos can also be accessed directly on the ITMA YouTube channel.
 
And:
  • Congratulations to Mick O’Brien, Emer Mayock and Aoife Ni Bhriain, recipients of the Gradam Comharcheoil (Musical Collaboration) award from Gradam Ceoil TG4 2014. They received it for ‘Comhpháirtíocht Goodman’, radio work and a CD of music that they recorded from Tunes of the Munster Pipers, a book edited by Hugh Shields from the James Goodman manuscripts in Trinity College Dublin, and published by ITMA in 1998. The award will be presented by Nicholas Carolan at the annual Gradam Ceoil TG4 concert on 12 April in the University Concert Hall, University of Limerick.
  • New Microsite: The first tranches of digitised music materials and information compiled and published by the great Co Limerick music and song collector Patrick Weston Joyce (1827–1914) are available on our PW Joyce Irish Music Microsite.
  • Latest Interactive Scores:  Allan's Irish Fiddler, comprising 131 tunes drawn from the popular but mysterious Glasgow-published collection of Irish traditional tunes are available here for reading and audio playback.
  • Late-Night Opening: ITMA will continue its late-opening every Thursday night until 8.00 pm.
  • Saturday Opening: Our next Saturday opening will be 26 April 2014, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
  • Social Media: You can follow ITMA on Twitter @ITMADublin as well as on Facebook.
  • On-Line Catalogue: Records are constantly being added and all are available here.
  • Recent Publications & Acquisitions: Our latest listings of recent publications and other acquisitions (all available for reference in ITMA) are here.
With best wishes,

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

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