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Inishowen Singing Weekend March 23 2012

Started this discussion. Last reply by TradConnect Mar 15, 2012. 1 Reply

Hello Folks. Just wanted to let you know we are busy getting ready for our big gathering of singers in Inishowen. Please check out our website…Continue

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Organisers of singing sessions, annual singing festival and workshops. Formed to foster and perpetuate the ballad singing tradition of the Inishowen Peninsula, Co. Donegal. Website www.inishowensinging.ie

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Inishowen Song Project

Posted on April 3, 2012 at 11:32 0 Comments

Just wanted to let you know about the ground breaking digital project from ITSC and ITMA to bring the rich singing tradition of the Inishowen Peninsula to the web community.  Recordings, videos, words and photographs of songs & singers are freely available through the Inishowen Song Project.  We look…

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At 14:56 on March 17, 2012, Dhomhnaill A. Lopez said…

Greetings I.T.S.C. members,

Thanks so much for returning a reply to my invitation. And thanks for the link to your group's home page,.....very impressive. I listened to quite a few of the songs: your guests at the 2011 Inishowen Folksong and Ballad Seminar (especially enjoyed Maire Ni Choilm's "Amhran na Scadan" & Rita Gallagher's "Wounded Huzzar"), as well as your own "Michael Dwyers Lament" nicely done by Jim MacFarland and Brian Doyle's rendition of "Greenstone Midge", Maurice Leyden, and others. I will definitely be returning to your home page/site to listen to more of what you're doing. I would love to have your members consider joining our group. Just by listening to your fare, I have questions as to individual and group approach to songs, style, support, influences, etc.

Cheers to one and all. Hope to hear from you,....and I'll definitely visit your link again.

Danny

At 19:37 on March 12, 2012, Dhomhnaill A. Lopez said…

Hello everyone. My name is Danny (Dhomhnaill). I recently started a new group called "Sean Nos: Traditional Irish Singers". Tony Lawless suggested that I contact you to invite your members to join our group. Please check the group page and consider becoming a member(s). I would love to have your input(s). Also, being based in Donegal, do you follow that style of Sean Nos???? Hope to hear from you soon. Cheers, Danny

At 18:12 on February 9, 2012, Tradconnect Reviews said…

Hi,

Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. Here is your welcome message

Enjoy your time with us and tell all your friends.


Tony Lawless

 
 
 

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