Bringing it all back home: the influence of Irish music at home and overseas
The story of Irish music and its influence at home and overseas. Nuala O'Connor provides a superb account of the history of Irish music, from its origins in rural Irish communities to reinvention in America.
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one The Damning oF rhe Day
two Thar Hirjh Lonesome Sound
three The SrRanQCRs Land
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album America Appalachian audience Back Home ballad banjo became bodhran bouzouki Brady Breandan Breathnach Britain Carolan CDusic ceili band Celtic century Ciiil Aodha Clancy Brothers Clannad classical composer concert contemporary Cork dance halls dance music dance tunes dancers Dannan developed Donal Lunny Donegal Dublin Dylan English European art-music Everly famine fiddle player Gaeltacht guitar harp music harpers Horslips immigrants influence instrumental music Irish culture Irish dance Irish emigrants Irish harp Irish language Irish music Irish musicians Irish song Irish traditional music Irish-American Jean Ritchie jigs Liam living Lunny Makem melody Mick Moloney Morrison Music of Ireland Musical Heritage numbers O'Neill orchestra organised Paddy Peadar performance piper Planxty played Pogues popular programme pubs radio recorded reels repertoire rhythm rock Seamus Sean Nos singing Sean O Riada Seeger Siiilleabhain sixties solo songwriter sound style traditional musicians traditional players traditional singer traditional songs uilleann pipes young