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ArticleThis article looks at the history of music at the Irish continental colleges in the eighteenth century, demonstrating that musical training was often a part – or was at least intended to be a part ...
ArticleRachael Baptist, a black woman, was a celebrated singer in the pleasure gardens of Dublin in the 1750s. Subsequently, between 1757 and 1767, she claimed to have ‘performed in London, Bath, and the ...
ArticleAn appreciation by Mark Lysaght for Irish Music Magazine.
ArticleWelcome Message Godrich Festival : the History 1993-2002 The Celtic College Experience The Godrich Celtic Roots Festival 2022 Line-Up
ArticleSean Laffey hears about their songs and stories from the Ramblers' founder member Sean McGuinness.
ArticlePerformance Mappings: Protestant Tradition and Musical Arrangements
ArticleLa musique irlandaise, un patrimoine culturel immatériel
ArticleLe bruit dans la musique populaire irlandaise comme un signifiant du patrimoine culturel immatériel : l’île bruyante
ArticleMark Lysaght brings us an overview of the popular Galway singer's career.
ArticleMaryann McKeague Keifer in conversation with Dara Healy for Irish Music Magazine.
ArticleAs Lent moved into Easter Sean Laffey had a zoom call with Téada's fiddler Oisin Mac Diarmada.