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Book Preview: THE SPIRIT of IRELAND An Odyssey Home A Memoir by Emmy Award Winning Writer Alan Cooke

Alan Cooke wrote a haunting follow up to the electric Naked in New York…

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Added by mrbaxteria on June 2, 2013 at 1:32 — No Comments

Book Review: Naked in New York by Emmy Winning Irish actor/poet Alan Cooke.

A beautiful journey...

It seems that all great literary pieces of the world always include a rite of passage. Of a story about leaving the familiar and walking into the unknown. Dante's The Divine Comedy starts with

"In the midway of this our mortal life,

I found me in a gloomy wood,…

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Added by mrbaxteria on March 9, 2013 at 4:30 — No Comments

Margeson On The Music July 2012

My, my, my. How this all piles up! This time, seven treasures awaiting your discovery. Let’s go:

First up is our 2006 new artist of the year Hanz Araki with musical partner, Kathryn Claire. Are you sitting down? There are actually three brand new cd’s from Hanz and Kathryn with one more to come very soon! The albums are “As I Roved Out” “A Winter Solstice Celebration” and…

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Added by Bill Margeson on June 18, 2012 at 19:30 — No Comments

Myth in the Music. The Melesians V The Tutha De Dannan 2000 BC

MYTH IN THE MUSIC

by Siofra Kilroy

Local Irish composer Joe Thoma of Kenmare, County Kerry on the South

West coast of Ireland, has created a musical innovation in the form

of `Inbhear Sceine'.

The project is an original composition of Celtic music…

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Added by Studio on June 7, 2012 at 10:00 — 1 Comment

Farewell Ronnie Drew

August 2010 sees the second anniversary of the great Ronnie Drew R.I.P. of "The Dubliners" who passed away in 2008 after a long battle with cancer. Ronnie was born in Dun Laoighre in 1934 and by all accounts lived a very happy childhood. in the 60s he teamed up Luke Kelly R.I.P. Barney McKenna and Burke to form "The Dubliners" in O'Donohues Pub In Lwr Baggot St, Dublin 2 and as they say in the classics "The rest is history". I wrote a song and recorded it live in… Continue

Added by kieran O'Connell on June 9, 2010 at 7:24 — 1 Comment

Solace In Familiar Places

The journey along Dublin's main O'Connell Street onto Parnell Street was an uphill struggle against battering winds and heavy rain made all the worse by the fact that I was trying to hold up an umbrella. While the end of my journey brought some physical comfort away from the atrocious weather it would not give much in the way of psychological consolation as I was to collect my husband's… Continue

Added by Ann Brien on December 2, 2009 at 23:30 — No Comments

My Celtic Music Pages

Since April I've been building lenses (web pages, but Squidoo calls them lenses because they focus on a topic) about Celtic music on Squidoo. The pages have some info about the performers, links to their pages and other online resources, plus links, mostly to Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, to available recordings.



Here's a list of Celtic Music Lens Links:



Celtic Music: Christmas Compilations…

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Added by MobyD on December 15, 2008 at 0:05 — No Comments

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