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The Hopeful Muser <strong>How</strong> to <strong>Write</strong> an <strong>Irish</strong> Song

The Hopeful Muser How to Write an Irish Song The earliest recorded Irish writing dates from the seventh century and was produced by monks writing in both Latin and Early Irish. This is the first lesson in how to write an Irish song, it should be written and sung and believed to be absolute truth, regardless of how the pedantic might feel. The Irish song tradition is without doubt a romantic tradition. The subject matter should be love, or pride of place or country, or tragedy.

The Thin Green Line On Writing About <i>Irish</i> Traditional <i>Music</i>

The Thin Green Line On Writing About Irish Traditional Music In addition to scriptural writing, the monks of Ireland recorded both poetry and mythological tales. The Irish traditional music community has been excellent at producing specialist materials – in recent years, for example, Fintan Vallely’s essential 832-page second edition of The Companion to Irish Traditional Music, Helen Lawlor’s insightful Irish Harping 1900–2010, Nicholas Carolan’s fascinating edition of the Neal tune collection.

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