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Tagged with “itma” (3)

  1. Alan Woods - Jenny Put The Kettle On

    Jenny Put the Kettle On is a series of informal chats and tunes with traditional gems of Leitrim in conversation with host, Vincent Woods. Vincent interviews several musicians, singers & dancers from Leitrim and surrounding areas that have had a significant & valuable impact on the traditional arts in the locality through their music, song, dance, research or collecting.

    The series got it’s name from a tune that uilleann piper Stephen Grier documented in his collection when residing in Gortletteragh, Co. Leitrim in the 1850s.

    This first interview, featuring Alan Woods, was held in the Baronial Hall at Lough Rynn Castle on Sunday the 9th of February 2020.

    https://www.buzzsprout.com/1407781/6014647

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  2. Within a Mile of Dublin – Series 2 – episode 1

    Within a Mile of Dublin: Songs and Tunes Live from the Irish Traditional Music Archive (itma) is a 3-part live radio broadcast from the history-rich surrounds of the Georgian home on Merrion Square of the itma. Join itma and Near FM for a series of a performances and interviews that focus on bringing the archival collections at itma to life. Here we present the series again as a listen again/podcast option.

    Episode 1

    The first programme in our second series of  Within a Mile of Dublin  focuses on the Goodman Collection, bringing together conversation, song, and music to show how the work of a 19th-century collector continues to shape the practices of musicians in the 21st century.

    Featuring

    Miriam O’Donovan, singer

    Mick O’Brien, pipes

    Lisa Shields, speaker

    Near FM/itma Production Team

    Producer/sound – Paul Loughran, Sound Tech/ Research – Brian Doyle, Presenter/research – Ken Tuohy, Researcher – Maeve Gebruers, Floor Manager – Dorothee Meyer Holtkamp, Technical manager – Gay Graham, Production support – Gary Kirwan, Glen Caulwell.

    This series is funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland with the television licence fee.

    http://nearfm.ie/podcast/?p=29469

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