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"Gradam Ceoil: Rewarding Irish Music's Wonderful Anarchy" By Siobhan Long, in the Irish Times. The infinite ways in which the music is woven, nurtured, challenged and enjoyed were highlighted by the recipients of the 2013 TG4 awards. Mick Moloney, now semi-retired from New York University, was recognised for his outstanding contribution to traditional music. Read the full article. (PDF).

”Twas only an Irishman's dream come true” in the Irish Echo. "If It Wasn't for the Irish and the Jews" drew a full house to Manhattan's Peter Norton Symphony Space on October 24, 2009. Read the full review. (PDF).

”Tribute to Irish America” by Earle Hitchner, in the Irish Echo. “Maybe it takes a native Irish musician raised in the 20th Century to fully appreciate songs about Irish America written in the 19th.” Read the article.

”An Irishwoman’s Diary” By Mary Maher, in The Irish Times. “A significant portion of people with Irish ancestry simply continue to do what we have done for centuries — we speak of our personal lives and our history as a people through song and music.” Read the article.

“Book and CD Launch Review” by Aidan O’Hara, in Irish Music magazine. It’s just that the presentation and content are so good that I suppose it’s a case of, “Please, sir, can I have some more?!” Read the article.

 

 

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