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An Taibhdhearc to celebrate Ireland's Harp tradition

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THE HARP, Ireland's national emblem, will be played and celebrated in An Taibhdhearc, this Sunday at 3pm, with performances by Laoise Kelly, Gráinne Hambly, Paul Dooley, Úna Ní Fhlannagáin, and Kathleen Loughnane.

Listen, learn, and play the Irish harp

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BE IT on the State's coat of arms, the presidential flag, the back of an Irish euro coin, or the side of a Guinness pint glass, the harp is the undisputed symbol of Ireland, a position it has enjoyed since mediaeval times.

First National Harp Day to be celebrated in Galway

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On Saturday, November 11, Galway will be filled with the sounds of Ireland’s iconic instrument, the harp. Celebrating the first National Harp Day, Galway members of the newly formed national organisation Cruit Éireann/Harp Ireland have organized three free events in Galway City Museum during the day, and an informal concert in the Crane Bar in the evening.

United head to Harps expecting tough battle

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Tommy Dunne’s Galway United return to SSE Airtricity League premier division action tomorrow evening with a "difficult" away trip to Ballybofey for a clash with Finn Harps.

The Harp, The Accordion and The Ugly album launch

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THE HARP, The Accordion and The Ugly are seven Galway based musicians and one film-maker who put on live-music cinema shows as will be seen when they play Monroe’s Live.

Red Checks to play Monroe’s Live

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Red Checks is an original blend of finely matured French traditional music mixed with hints of Irish trad, baroque and jazz.

Spirited Muckalee go down fighting

There was disappointment for Muckalee last weekend, as Tom Cullen’s men were narrowly defeated by Skerries Harps in the Leinster intermediate football championship.

The Celtic soul brother

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GROWING UP in a house where the old vinyl collection featured Bob Dylan, Sweeney’s Men, and Pentangle alongside the Rolling Stones and Slade meant there was a good chance I would end up liking folk music as much as rock.

Enjoy some trad at Passionfruit

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A fresh new band on the Irish traditional music scene, Triúr is made up of AIT graduate Ger Chambers on accordion; Úna Ní Fhlannagáin on harp and vocals; and Brewen Favrau on pipes, whistle, and vocals.


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