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Ireland: Music Studies, General
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Alen MacWeeney interview [videorecording] / Alen MacWeeney ; Grace Toland

Performers:
MacWeeney, Alen, speech in English
Toland, Grace, speech in English

Running Order:
1. Interview with Alen MacWeeney on 'The Alen MacWeeney Collection', and the music of the Irish Traveller community, speech in English / Alen MacWeeney ; Grace Toland
2. Alen MacWeeney discussing his photographic work, speech in English [videorecording] / Alen MacWeeney

BBC Radio 4 documentary programme The First LP in Ireland, 2012 [sound recording] / [various performers]

[Radio documentary on early recording of Irish traditional music, leading to the release of the LP Columbia World Library of Folk and Primative Music: Ireland. Documentary features Nicholas Carolan, ITMA director] / Colum Sands, speech in English ; Nicholas Carolan, speech in English ; [various performers]

Belfast TradFest, 2019. A history of traditional music. Part 2. How has politics affected Irish music?, lecture [videorecording] / Martin Dowling

Performers:
Dowling, Martin, speech in English, fiddle

Running Order:
1. The oral presentation on the influence of politics on Irish music, speech in English / Martin Dowling
2. Na geadha fiadhain, air = The wild geese, air / Martin Dowling, fiddle
3. Planxty Charles O'Connor [comp. O'Carolan], air / Martin Dowling, fiddle
4. Brian O'Neill, quadrille / Martin Dowling, fiddle
5. The hunter pipers, quadrille / Martin Dowling, fiddle
6. Unidentified, reel / Martin Dowling, fiddle

Belfast TradFest, 2019. A history of traditional music. Part 3. How has technology changed Irish traditional music?, lecture [videorecording] / Martin Dowling

Performers:
Dowling, Martin, speech in English, lilting
Brennan, Bernie, dancing
Ó Suileabháin, Micky, uilleann pipes
Coleman, Michael, fiddle

Running Order:
1. Oral presentation on the influence of technology on Irish traditional music, speech in English / Martin Dowling
2. Maggie Pickie, dance / Bernie Brennan, dancing ; Martin Dowling, lilting
3. Unidentified, air [sound recording] / Micky [Ceanba?] Ó Suileabháin, uilleann pipes
4. Unidentified, reel [sound recording] / Michael Coleman, fiddle
5. Unidentified, reel set [sound recording] / Michael Coleman, fiddle

Belfast TradFest, 2019. 'The Manchester, Birmingham & London Irish music scenes', lecture [videorecording] / John Carty ; Kevin Crawford ; John Joe Kelly

Performers:
Carty, John, fiddle, speech in English
Crawford, Kevin, flute, speech in English
Kelly, John Joe, bodhrán, speech in English

Running Order:
1. Unidentified, reel set / John Carty, fiddle ; Kevin Crawford, flute ; John Joe Kelly, bodhrán
2. Oral presentation on the Irish music tradition in Birmigham, Manchester and London, speech in English / John Carty ; Kevin Crawford ; John Joe Kelly

Belfast TradFest, 2019. 'The music of Joe Cooley', lecture [videorecording] / Conor Connolly

Running Order:
1. Audiovisual presentation on the music and legacy of Joe Cooley, speech in English / Conor Connolly
2. Interview with Joe Cooley, speech in English [sound recording] / Unidentified ; Joe Cooley
3. Unidentified, reel [sound recording] / Joe Cooley, accordion
4. Cooley's, reel / Conor Connolly, accordion
5. Interview with Des Cooley and Charlie Harris,

Conference Session 2B [sound recording] / Tess Slominski ; Bob Newton ; Sally Sommers Smith

Performers:
Doherty, Liz, Donegal, chair, speech in English, track 1, 4, B1
Slominski, Tess, USA, lecture in English, track 2, 3
Newton, Bob, USA, lecture in English, track 5, 6
Sommers Smith, Sally, USA, lecture in English B2

Running Order:
1. Speech: [Introduction]
2. Lecture: Role model, group and organisation : creating or strengthening contexts
3. Speech: [Questions from the floor]
4. Speech: [Introduction]
5. Lecture: The music that dare not speak its name; teaching musical traditions of the Celtic world
6. Speech: [Questions from the floor] [Continued on Track B]
7. Speech: [Introduction]
8. Lecture: When do we get to the Clancy Brothers? Teaching Irish traditional music in an American liberal arts college
9. Speech: [Questions from the floor]

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