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    The Gloaming is Martin Hayes, fiddle, Iarla Ó Lionáird, vocal, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, hardanger fiddle, Dennis Cahill, guitar and Thomas Bartlett, piano.

    Live performances in The Music Show studio:

    • Song 44: Trad arr. The Gloaming
    • Sailors Bonnet Trad arr. The Gloaming

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/musicshow/the-gloaming/5840218

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  2. Chicago Fiddler’s Music Is a Hit in Ireland

    Irish-American fiddler Liz Carroll joins guitarist John Doyle on her latest CD, In Play. Her music made it from the American Midwest into the canon of Irish traditional tunes. Carroll talks to Melissa Block about the satisfaction of hearing her songs played at Irish fiddle sessions.

    From: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5232287

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  3. Ep 5 - A fiddle player at the helm of the Irish Traditional Music Archive | The Rolling Wave

    Liam O’Connor, fiddle player and newly appointed Director of the Irish Traditional Music Archive talks about growing up with music and his plans for this very important Irish cultural institution.

    https://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-rolling-wave/

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  4. The Curious Ear: People First, Music Second

    The story of two Irish traditional music sessions; one in California, USA and one in Waterford, Ireland.

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/doconone/docs_curiousear.html

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  5. The Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast Episode 53: Don Meade (Harmonica)

    Irish tunes on the harmonica - seriously awesome. The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Eddie Clark, New York’s Irish music scene in the ’80s; Bill De Blasio’s busted progressive cred and The Catskills Irish Arts Week.

    https://blarneypilgrims.fireside.fm/53

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  6. An interview with Steve Cooney

    Eight leading exponents of Irish traditional music brought an exquisite program of music to the Sydney Opera House under the umbrella of Masters of Tradition during the 2009 Sydney Festival.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/intothemusic/stories/2009/2574961.htm

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  7. Irish Music Stories Podcast: Episode 01-Trip to Sligo

    This inaugural episode tells the tale of Cormac Gaj and the band he formed with fellow Boston tweens. I learn about their amazing journey to the All Ireland music competition in Sligo; and I dig into what it meant to Cormac… and to all the parents, teachers, and peers who were in on the qualifying round in New Jersey, and the big Fleadh (contest) in Ireland. Whether you already play the fiddle or you don’t know anything about trad music or dance, you’ll join me, Shannon Heaton as I visit Boston and Dublin Comhaltas branches (Irish music schools); Mary MacNamara’s kitchen in Tulla, where she teaches music and organizes Irish music exchanges; and Cormac’s living room where he tells his big story. Great stories here from Chicago fiddler Liz Carroll, too. There’s plenty of music here, too. Full music listings and information at www.irishmusicstories.org  

    http://irishmusicstories.libsyn.com/podcast/episode-01-trip-to-sligo

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  8. Ep 3 - The secrets of Irish traditional fiddle playing | The Rolling Wave

    Master fiddle player Kevin Burke talks about getting the ‘nyah’ into his music and loving the tunes ‘with no notes’!

    https://www.rte.ie/radio1/the-rolling-wave/

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  9. The Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast Episode 51: Caity Brennan (Fiddle) - The Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast

    On growing up with traditional Irish music, on taking ownership, on finding festivals, on 92.7 Fresh Fm, on Austral and creating a dance party, and losing yourself at Woodford Folk Festival

    https://blarneypilgrims.fireside.fm/51

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  10. Altan Live at the Port Fairy Folk Festival - The Live Set

    Iconic Irish folk group Altan has been bringing Donegal’s rich collection of Irish Gaelic language songs and instrumental styles to audiences around the world for more than 25 years.

    Hear highlights of their recent performance at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in this week’s show.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/liveset/altan-pfff/5467978

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