00 Hardcover ML1015 Herself a harper specializing in Irish traditional music, Lawlor (music, Dundalk Institute of Technology) critically appraises and analyzes the Irish harping tradition from the beginning of the 20th century to the present.
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ITM stands for Irish Traditional Music
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Sharon does not just play Irish traditional music, but handles everything from Cajun and country to hip-hop and rap.
Binchy's love of Irish traditional music was also celebrated, with moving pieces performed by Liam O'Flynn, Shaun Davey, Rita Connolly and Paddy Glackin.
For Roisin's father, Bobby Clancy, was a member of the '60s Irish folk group The Clancy Brothers, who were famed for their woolly Aran jumpers and are widely credited with popularising Irish traditional music in America.
The accordionist from Ireland has achieved legendary status throughout the world and has made the much-maligned accordion 'cool' again with Irish traditional music, hip-hop, cajun, country, classical and rap.
The next Speaker, Nicholas Carolan, Director of the Irish Traditional Music Archive, Dublin delivered a more low-tech introduction to the Taisce Cheol DUchais Eireann by handing out an information brochure.
O'Shea's goal is to analyze how Irish traditional music became a central, summarizing symbol of Irish identity by encoding ideas about Ireland's culture and history; and the implications this association has on contemporary practice.
It includes singer-songwriters, pop rock, Irish traditional music, Cape Breton fiddling, and even some J.