Listening to LiveIreland has gotten me back in touch with some of the music I'd listened to over the years. My listening gave met the idea to put up a Squidoo lens (actually a web page, but since the pages are meant to focus in on a topic, the Squidoo people call a page a lens) for Altan
, which I posted yesterday.
For my second lens, I decided to feature one of my new discoveries resulting from listening to LI, so now there's a… Continue
Added by MobyD on April 24, 2008 at 4:00 —
The following post is a copy of my blog entry on my Blogspot blog
. I had a few links in that post, and have copied the relevant ones here.
My newest Squidoo lens is Celtic Music: Altan and it can be found here
. I just published it, so changes may occur.
Altan is a great traditional Irish group that began in the 1980s with Belfast flute player… Continue
Added by MobyD on April 23, 2008 at 21:45 —
The Great Sights & Sounds of Ireland!
November 1-10, 2008
Click here for General Conditions
Click here for the Enrollment Sheet
Click here for Cost and What's Included
The true soul of Ireland is to be found in its music - real, true Irish traditional music, not the tourist, pub-song shoutfest featured in so many Irish locations. We're talking the REAL Irish tradition. This tour features a dynamic daytime… Continue
Added by Bill Margeson on April 17, 2008 at 16:52 —
Look at for the blue of the sky... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at for the flowers of the fields... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at for the grandiosity of the mountains... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at for the birds flying in the sky… CONTEMPLATE!
Look at for the full moon... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at the stars illuminating the night... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at for the ocean... CONTEMPLATE!
Look at sunrise in… Continue
Added by Sónia on April 11, 2008 at 13:00 —
WWF & Elephants hunts - Pls spread the word about them Sunday, 5:20 AM
The WWF believes that culling—another way of saying “killing”—elephants is acceptable, as is the trade in ivory, because the profits that it brings spur governments to keep elephants from going extinct. In 2000, U.S. News & World Report reported that WWF representatives traveled to Nairobi to ask the United Nations to lift the ban on the ivory trade in order to allow a “sustainable harvest… Continue
Added by Andrea on April 7, 2008 at 14:09 —
I have gotten back into play my violin again, slow going but still. I have been looking for free sheet music online for Irish music and other items. I lost a lot of my music because of my dad loosing the house I grew up in so I'm trying to rebuild my collection.
Added by Amanda Stout on April 4, 2008 at 17:00 —
Well, here i am.
A place to put my ideas, to try my English...
Not that i have a good English.
Not at all.
Well, about ideas.
What kind of ideas i have?
Sometimes i'm a jerk. Sometimes i'm crazy, mad, whatever...
Sometimes i'm quite normal...
Sometimes i'm god, sometimes i'm devil.
Sometimes i'm nothing.
I'm 34, i have wife and children, i love rock'n'roll...
I dream of a life i can't reach.
I make choices i can't… Continue
Added by Wesley Magno on April 4, 2008 at 14:19 —
Since the next morning of St Patrick's Day, i am totally busy and i don't have time to sort and put my pictures of this day in Munich on this page
Next step : Sort Them
but not tonight
Added by Nicolas on April 1, 2008 at 16:00 —
Sometimes on the path of life we come to a point that we can not reverse. Called the point of no return... We hesitate to go forward, with afraid to take a step forward, when faced with the unknown. But, from that called point of no return, we can no longer go back. Stop it is impossible... Then, we can only move forward... Even if it is to enter in a world that until then, we were unaware of the… Continue
Added by Sónia on March 30, 2008 at 22:30 —
THIS is my letter to the world,
That never wrote to me,-
That simple news that Nature told,
With tender majesty.
Her message is committed To hands I cannot see;
For love of her, sweet countrymen,
Judge tenderly of me !
........................................................Emily Dickinson 1890
Added by Jennifer Allison Liffey on March 30, 2008 at 15:53 —
Easter is the commemoration of Jesus' resurrection, universally celebrated by Christians around the world. Although how and even when Easter is celebrated varies greatly.
Both Western Churches (Roman Catholic and Protestant) and Eastern Churches (Greek and Russian Orthodox) celebrate Easter on the first Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox.
There are as many as five weeks between the two Easter celebrations. In the Western… Continue
Added by PHILOXENIA on March 23, 2008 at 7:58 —
I've been involved in music all my life. My father played the push button accordion, the Jews Harp, the mouth organ, the six string acoustic guitar with a steel slide as well as yodeled and sang. My Mother, as a child, won awards for her tap dancing, sang, played the piano, took part in small plays and always assisted back stage in small functions. So no wonder I had a love of music. I remember we used to sit around the piano on Friday nights, playing and singing all the old songs for example "… Continue
Added by Billy on March 22, 2008 at 23:53 —
I would like to email each of you individually and personally but time does not allow. All positive energy, thoughts and prayers I request from you for my Beloved TC, who is in hospital and has surgery and biopsies Monday, 3/24. As we know more of what we're facing I'll keep you up to date here. My Love and Blessings to you all.
1/18/09 - we feared cancer but found sarkoidosis. Treatment has been going for nearly a year with limited results. We hope to get TC into a study at… Continue
Added by David O'Nashville on March 22, 2008 at 16:00 —
Come check out the new music I have just uploaded. My concert "Songs from the Emerald Isle" features instrumental and choral arrangements that I wrote during my sabbatical appointment in Ireland. The concert features the University of Southern Indiana Chamber Choir and the Rowan Tree Celtic Group of Evansville Indiana.
Added by Daniel-O! on March 22, 2008 at 0:12 —
Hi! I'm Redhead Mama, Chief Mom of Operations of Bookieboo. I'm so honored to be able to share my experiences with everyone of how I lost weight and how I am continuing to stay on track.
My second piece of advice is this:
If you have a large goal like I did, don't think about it in it's entirety. (This is very important!) The best thing to do is break it up into smaller goals. I call them… Continue
Added by Redhead Mama on March 21, 2008 at 3:01 —
Hi! I'm Redhead Mama, Publisher of Bookieboo.
When people find out how much weight I've lost, especially if they did not know me when I was heavier, they look at me in amazement like I've done something impossible. My weight loss and new lifestyle have nothing to do with super human strength. I'm an ordinary stay-at-home mom with a very active toddler boy, whom I named the site after. Everything I did and continue to do is with the… Continue
Added by Redhead Mama on March 21, 2008 at 2:59 —
1. Tá Máirtín ansin.
Máirtín is there.
2. Tá sé ansin anois.
3. Tá Cáit ansin freisin.
Cáit is there too.
4. Tá sí ansin freisin.
She is there too.
5. An bhfuil siad sásta ?
Are they satisfied?
6. Tá seisean sásta, ach níl sise sásta.
He is satisfied, but she is not satisfied.
7. Tá mé anseo.
I am… Continue
Added by DCCristine Jennings on March 20, 2008 at 20:30 —
#2 Son left this morning for basic training (Air National Guard)--the first chick out of the nest (three others still at home) and I'm drooping a bit. I know he'll be okay, I know he'll be back--not till November, in time for the holiday season--and I know he's not likely to be called into active duty, but I've never said goodbye to one of the kids for longer than 11 days before and even then I could call them.
And yet...this is the way it's supposed to be and it's not as bad as all those… Continue
Added by Cathy Jo on March 18, 2008 at 13:03 —
St. Patrick is said to have lived in the 5th Century, although only two contemporary documents attest to his existence: the Letter to Coroticus and a last confession. Both documents are written in the first person. Accepting St. Patrick's historical existence on this evidence is an act of faith.
The popular tales of St. Patrick's life -- that he chased snakes out of Ireland and used the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity -- were developed between the 8th and 14th centuries:… Continue
Added by sory on March 16, 2008 at 0:58 —
St. Patrick came from Ireland
A country trimmed with green
It has the shamrocks and the pipes
Those leprechauns you've seen
Those leprechauns will trip you
You'll fall flat on your face
They'll tickle your nose and sour the milk
Then find a hiding place!
There's a dear little plant that grows in our isle
'Twas Saint Patrick himself sure that set it
And the sun on his labor with pleasure did smile
And a tear from his eyes… Continue
Added by Carol on March 15, 2008 at 4:22 —