Latest Digitised Materials from the Irish Traditional Music Archive

Dear All,

Below are the links to our latest Digitised Materials

• Audio playlist: Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band 78s, 1920s–1930s

• Printed Collections: Irish Music in British and American Publications, 19th Century

• Image Gallery: Small Artefacts from the ITMA Collections

• Video Playlist: Roscommon Flute Players in Donegal, 2007


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.

 

 

And also:

 

  • The annual British & Irish Sound Archives conference was recently held in Dublin. ITMA was pleased to make a presentation there and to host visits from delegates, one of whom posted a blog: BISA Conference 2014 & ITMA
  • ITMA is now a member of a pan-European consortium, led by the British Library, which is engaged in Europeana Sounds, a European Commission-funded audio project. This is ITMA’s first blog on the ES site: Irish Music Manuscripts Web-Published after 100 Years
  • The latest addition to our PW Joyce Irish Music Microsite is a section entitled ‘Joyce on Dance’.
  • Latest Interactive Scores: Pádraig O’Keeffe ITMA-Collins Manuscripts, Book 3: Accordion tunes are available here for reading and audio playback.
  • Late-Night Opening: ITMA is now open every Thursday night until 8.00 pm.
  • Saturday Opening: Our next Saturday opening will be on Saturday 21 June 2014, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
  • Social Media: You can follow ITMA on Twitter @ITMADublin as well as on Facebook.
  • Recent Publications & Acquisitions: Our latest listings of recent publications and other acquisitions (all available for reference in ITMA) are here.
  • On-Line Catalogue: Entries are available here.
  • There are now 4,338 Interactive Music Scores available on the ITMA website.

 

With best wishes, 


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

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