Blooming meadows: the world of Irish traditional musicians
Irish traditional musicians the famous & the as yet undiscovered are captured in evocative photographic portraits. Accompanying essays enlighten the reader on the ever-growing phemenon of Irish music. Charlie Piggott is a celebrated musician on both sides of the Atlantic. Fintan Vallely, a traditional flute player, writes on Irish music for the Irish Times.
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Blooming Meadows: The World of Irish Traditional Musicians
No preview available - 1998
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