Collection comprises sound recordings, manuscript transcriptions of songs and interviews, images, and broadsheets, collected by Aidan O'Hara in areas of Irish settlement on the south shore of Newfoundland in the 1970s. This collection is unique to ITMA, some portions are duplicated in other archives and special collections in Ireland and North America.
Copy of a handwritten music and song manuscript compiled by Andrew Mac Intyre in Co. Donegal in the 1920s and 1940s from local musicians including a "Mr Kelly in Killybegs, Stationmaster, Lifford", a "B. Quinn, Castlefin" and a "Dilla Mac Intyre" who was Andrew's daughter. Also included is a handwritten letter from Eamon Mac Intyre with biographical information about his paternal grandfather Andrew Mac Intyre.
Collection consists of CD copies of a radio documentary on traditional singing entitled 'Herosongs: Where History and Song Meet'. The 8-part series was originally broadcast on RTÉ Radio One in July 2013. It is spread across four CDs, with additional material on the fifth CD.
Collection of reel-to-reel tapes donated to ITMA by Caitlín Ní Dhomhnaill featuring performances of traditional songs and dances. The original reels contain a mixture of non-commerical material and dubs of commerical and radio material. When the reels were transferred to CD-R the off-air dubs and commerical material were not transferred over. Recordings include performances by Joseph McCafferty, Eibhlin Ni Bheaglaoich and Neili Ni Dhomhnaill.
Collection comprises cassette tape recording of performance at Na Píobairí Uilleann on Henrietta Street in Dublin. Performers include Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh on fiddle and Mikey Smith and Ronan Browne on pipes.