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90 Meaití Talks About Tradition & Milwaukee Irish Fest School – AUDIO

Episode Guide – Podcast #90 Meaití Talks About Tradition & Milwaukee Irish Fest School

We chat with Meaití Jó Shéamuis about traditional Irish sean-nós singing, passing down traditions and Milwaukee Irish Fest School.

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Show Notes

00:00

Intro Song: New Mown Meadows, The Connacht Heifers sung by Meaití Jó Shéamuis

00:15

Oral traditions of sean-nós singing, lubini and lilting which are especially important in the Irish-speaking Gaeltacht Regions.

00:30

#40 Interview with Emer Debara from Oireachtas na Gaeilgentoireachtas – www.irishfireside.com/40oireachtas.htm

#29 Interview with Aine www.irishfireside.com/29dingle.html

00:35

Introducing Meaití Jó Shéamuis

www.thatsseannos.com/lineupmeataijoe.html

www.cic.ie/product.asp?idProduct=819

www.greenmanreview.com/cd/cd_ofatharta_boithrinianlochain.html

Milwaukee Irish Fest & Summer School

www.irishfest.com and www.irishfest.com/schools/summerschool.php

01:07

Liam’s summer travelblog at www.irishfireside.wordpress.com

01:55

Interview from Milwaukee Irish Fest Gaeltacht Tent

02:30

Meaití’s early years

03:20

Sean-nós singing classes at Milwaukee Irish Fest – a relationship with Oireachtas na Gaeilge www.antoireachtas.ie.

04:55

Joe Heaney & Jimmy Canavan

07:17

Technique or spirit of singing & mastering song and influence on other types of music blue grass, jazz, country

10:20

Meaití’s family in Kentucky, the McDermots

12:00

Numbers of native Irish speakers are dwindling and its influence on music

13:25

Where should visitors go to experience the native language and music: Galway, western coast both north and south of Galway, east coast, The Pale (where English was first spoken in Ireland), Aran Islands, Carna, Spiddal and Rathcairn

18:24

Milwaukee Irish Fest School www.irishfest.com/schools/summerschool.php

20:05

Sean-nós song: An Buachaill Caol Ard sung by Meaití Jó Shéamuis

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