Had a wonderful Irish meal at RIRA's Irish pub in Evansville with Kobi and Nicole. What great folk and a great time.
Added by Daniel-O! on November 24, 2007 at 2:42 —
I have chosen Oro, Sé bheatha as my next arrangement for the Sean-nos project. I have two choruses finished and will work a third and and ending tomorrow. I am getting excited about this. It makes the third Irish Language piece in my project to arrange for SATB choir.
Added by Daniel-O! on November 23, 2007 at 22:14 —
Hey there Athas fans,
All of the members of Athas now have profiles on liveireland. We'd love to meet you all, especially if you are a fellow musician or a fan of Trad music.
Feel free to add us as friends!
Added by Heather Lewin-Tiarks on November 21, 2007 at 21:14 —
Well alas this morning the unthinkable happened. At about 11pm last night I was sharing a beer with a friend when I cut my right hand - just on my fingers. Nothing bad at all but it does limit the finger motion over hard strings! Hense my hose is now quiet for the sound of Banjo. It will be a few days yet before I am able to play again I think and I miss my tunes immensely.
Of course the other moment was from a few too many beers last night and hense spent a tired night in a hotel -… Continue
Added by James on November 20, 2007 at 21:04 —
I am excited to announce that the USI Chamber Choir and the Rowan Tree Irish Music Group will be touring Ireland May 11-21, 2008. Stay tuned for concert sites and sessions.
This tour is a result of my most recent five week sabbatical trip to Ireland. The chamber choir will be singing several new arrangements of Irish songs accompanied by Rowan Tree. Rowan Tree will also be bringing its unique performance style to several local pubs and venues along the way.… Continue
Added by Daniel-O! on November 18, 2007 at 2:17 —
Having difficulty typing. A storm is brewing outside and will have to turn off PC soon. Trembling Shih-tzu (who's scared of storms) glued to lap and getting in the way of the keyboard. Mind you, when the big tsunami they keep predicting hits Oz one day, the Shih-tzu will have warned me by the terrified act and we'll make sure to avoid Sydney for a while (thus avoiding the seaside) and escape it all.
Creative notes - Finished a viking weave bracelet last night, but… Continue
Added by Fran J on November 17, 2007 at 3:32 —
so many new people, so much going on...Fáilte, y'all! By the end of today, there will probably be more than 200 liveIrelanders, lots of good craic, wonderful pictures and music to share...
Here's to the good folk who made it all possible!
Sláinte is táinte!
(Health and wealth)
Added by Cathy Jo on November 16, 2007 at 14:33 —
hello there, this is chico the newbbi ( not so new cos my pics are known of you )
I'm a dolphin and i'm here to save my friends the wales, DON' T THROW ANYTHING IN MY OCEAN
Thank you, chico the dolphin
Added by laurent on November 15, 2007 at 18:58 —
My Birthday was yesterday Nov. 14th. I want to Thanks all my LI Friends that Wished me a Happy Birthday Yesterday. It was great. I had a fun day. The wishes were either on this site, Yahoo Messenger and MSN. Also email electronic cards. A special thanks to Macu for her sweet card. Also I have many friends on My Space and got many Wishes there too. Also a Special Friend sent me Flowers. We had chocolate cake with chocolate frosting. The grandkids were here and loved the yummy cake. They also… Continue
Added by Carol on November 15, 2007 at 16:17 —
The other day I noticed a lot of things about your hands.
Here are just a few:
They have seen hard work--whether pushing computer keys or holding a hammer.
There is such a masculine quality about them. Strong when they want to be-------Soft when they need to be.
Comforting----that pat on the back saying things will be o k -- or rubbing circles on my shoulders in an Ï understand" sort of way.
The magic in your fingers that brings music to life--that touches me… Continue
Added by Melo on November 14, 2007 at 22:02 —
I would love to be friends with anyone on the Live Ireland Network, cause we're all such great and friendly people.
Added by Duchess Lass (TN) on November 14, 2007 at 15:10 —
Handle everything like a dog,
If you can't chew it or eat it,
just pee on it and walk away.
Added by Duchess Lass (TN) on November 14, 2007 at 15:06 —
Not that I think you're all dying to read my blog and destroyed when I don't write....!
But anyway...life is in the way of my computer time. I worked the polls for the election last Tuesday (long hours, little work), I've got a couple of storytelling gigs coming up and I'm behind in my Irish studies (got three more pages of translation to do before tomorrow night). And of course we're going into "the holidays", heaven help us all.
Added by Cathy Jo on November 12, 2007 at 13:54 —
I've not much to say at this point but Slainte' to all!
Added by Jackie Sheehan on November 7, 2007 at 0:04 —
Jack and his first squirrel he caught.(10-30-07) We never thought he would ever catch a squirrel, Since they are so fast. Bunnies are easy for him. He is our hunter!!!!
My Boys!!! Joey, Jack & Jake.
Annie-Our Growly Old Lady of a… Continue
Added by Sara on November 6, 2007 at 20:48 —
Took a while but now the new song is here.
Its called " Highland winds ".
The base consists of a flute and a guitar ,where alternately arpeggiating violin- and wind- and brasssections represent the different strength as well as the different directions of wind.
Added by Derek on October 31, 2007 at 18:48 —
Halloween is oíche shamhna,
Samhain night, New Year's Eve. In that time between the end of the last day of the old year and the first light of the new ghosts may walk, the púca
rides the countryside and anything
may be abroad!
, or pooka, is said to blight all fruits not harvested by tomorrow morning, making them unedible (you probably don't want to know how he does this, as it involves bodily fluids). But then, all the harvest should be in by now--turf… Continue
Added by Cathy Jo on October 31, 2007 at 12:39 —
Well guys, here is the demo of my fourth piece called Arising Sun.
Added by Derek on October 28, 2007 at 20:36 —
Today finished and uploaded the 4th song of my Celtic Healings CD to my website.
Its called Arising Sun and a wee bit uptempo compared to the other songs.
Added by Derek on October 28, 2007 at 11:57 —
I have lived here since 1982 and these fires have been some of the worst ones to date. It's so tragic to see people losing everything they have in minutes. I have a friend that is in a fire area and I can't get in touch with him to see if his house is safe.
We get so busy with life and wrapped up in many things, but it's in times like this were we push aside those things to focus on what's important. Pray for the the families that have lost there homes and the firefighters that are still… Continue
Added by Robert Gagnon Jr. on October 26, 2007 at 0:30 —