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  • Erin go bragh! Irish Music from the NLS Music Section

    Irish Music from the NLS Music Section March 19, 2015 by Katie Rodda Although St. Patrick's Day may remind you of tin whistles, bodhráns, bagpipes (even though bagpipes are, strictly speaking, Scottish–the Irish musical tradition uses Uilleann pipes), or some other such traditional Irish instrument, one may neglect to think of the Celtic harp.

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  • Dublin Grand Opera Society | The Irish Times

    Mar 12, 2013 · Get up to date with the latest news and stories about the organisation Dublin Grand Opera Society at The Irish Times. Breaking News at IrishTimes.com.

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  • Peter Whelan, Conductor | | Operabase

    : Peter Whelan is among the most exciting and versatile exponents of historical performance of his generation, with a remarkable career as a conductor, keyboardist and solo bassoonist. He is Artistic Director of the Irish Baroque Orchestra and founding Artistic Director of Ensemble Marsyas. Recent engagements have included appearances with the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Academy of

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  • Gavan Ring | Interview | Feature - GoldenPlec Music Magazine

    Sep 21, 2017 · Last performed in 1910 at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin, with a cast that featured the legendary Joseph O'Mara, 'Eithne' fell victim to changing fashions—as well as, arguably, shifting ideas of Irishness—and has been largely ignored, until now. Singer Gavan Ring (Figaro in last year's The Barber of Seville for Wide Open Opera ), performs

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  • Margherita d'Anjou, Royal Festival Hall, London | Music

    Nov 04, 2002 · Margherita d'Anjou, revived by Opera Rara after a century of neglect, dates from his Italian period. Typically, it depicts real and fictional characters in a historical convulsion, in this

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  • French Song from Berlioz to Duparc

    Music history and voice majors, musicologists, and music enthusiasts of all ages will appreciate this valuable guide to an unjustly neglected musical genre. Reprint of the North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, and the Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1954 edition.

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  • Keywords for the Engines scripts - University of Houston

    [music history, physics of music, Pythagoras, hearing, frequency of vibration of a string, Vincenzio Galileo, Marsenne, Newton, speed of sound] 1305 Setting concert pitch -- the elusive 440 A [music history, physics of music, Lissajous, tuning forks, violins, orchestra tuning, Handel's Messiah]

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  • Music historian and excavator of neglected Irish opera

    Dec 20, 2014 · Music historian and excavator of neglected Irish opera Basil Walsh: June 1st, 1934 - November 21st, 2014

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  • Music in Irish Cultural History | Irish Academic Press

    Mar 02, 2021 · Wexford Festival Opera also received a 10% increase to €1.6m. In the category of music, the Irish Chamber Orchestra received a 22% increase to €1.2m, West Cork Music received a 29% increase to €410k, and First Music Contact received a 58% increase to €175k.

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  • Retrospect Opera - Shamus O'Brien

    Joseph O'Mara (1864–1927), the famous Irish opera singer who created the part of the opera's villain, Mike Murphy, which he found "a strong acting part", stated in an interview: "Dr Stanford is Irish, Mr Jessop, the author of the book, is Irish, the story is Irish, and what is still more to the point, the music of the piece is Irish

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  • The Culture File Weekly 250119: Peter Whelan & IBO

    This weekly, an attempt to reconstruct the sounds of old Dublin, with Peter Whelan, AD of the Irish Baroque Orchestra. Whelan and ensemble are on a mission to seek out and play the neglected music

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  • An Unknown Quantity: Addressing the Neglect - Irish Music

    Jan 16, 2019 · As a result, historical Irish opera is still, to a large extent, an unknown quantity. The neglect of this music poses a problem – without a proper and comprehensive catalogue of performances, recordings and opportunities to produce such work, the achievements of these and other Irish composers cannot be properly assessed and their

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  • Margherita d'Anjou, Royal Festival Hall, London | Music

    Nov 04, 2002 · Margherita d'Anjou, revived by Opera Rara after a century of neglect, dates from his Italian period. Typically, it depicts real and fictional characters in a historical convulsion, in this

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  • Butte History and "Lost Butte": May 2012

    May 25, 2012 · Butte History reports on discoveries made as I and my colleagues research Butte for our historic walking tours, publications, and just for fun. "This Butte is capriciously decorated with sweet brilliant metallic orgies of color at any time, all times, as if by whims of pagan gods lightly drunk and lightly mad" (Mary MacLane, 1917).

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  • Republic Act No. 1937 | Official Gazette of the Republic

    49.04 Music, printed or in manuscript, whether or not bound or illustrated ad val. 10% 49.05 Maps and hydrographic and similar charts of all kinds, including atlases, wall maps and topographical plans, printed on paper or other materials

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  • Basil Francis Walsh | The Irish Times

    Dec 20, 2014 · Get up to date with the latest news and stories about the person Basil Francis Walsh at The Irish Times. Music historian and excavator of neglected Irish opera.

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  • SMI Council 2015-2018 | Society for Musicology in Ireland

    He has broadcast many documentaries for RTÉ Lyric FM including programmes on neglected Irish operas by C.V. Stanford and A. J. Potter, the reception of Wagner's music in Ireland.. Since its inception in 2003 he has been a member of the council of the Society for Musicology in Ireland and has acted as it Honorary Secretary, Membership

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  • The Preservation of Music and Irish Cultural History

    a tradition of music-making, singing, or dancing, but described their family members as traditional music 'enthusiasts'. These non-musicians had a passion for Irish traditional music and were active in encouraging the learners' musical development. Within Irish traditional music, these various socio-musical interactions

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  • Dublin and Debussy, 'Ulysses' and - The Irish Times

    Jan 22, 2016 · Bécaud, one of the most popular singers and writers of French chansons in the 1950s and 1960s, made more than one foray into art music, but the reception of …

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  • 1983 / COSI FAN TUTTE / Mozart | Opera in Ireland

    Sep 30, 2021 · Davidson loved Mozart's music and expressed disappointment that the DGOS had more or less neglected the composer. Albert Rosen shared this view; indeed up to this he had conducted only two Mozart works for the society, "The Marriage of Figaro" in the spring season of …

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