Mod Sruighlea performers singing on Port Street in 2015
Mar a thuirt mi, tha mi anmoch ag ionnsachadh gu bheil Josie, comhla ri Pablo Lafuente, mar-tha air duais ceol
Folk a' BhBC a bhuannachadh.
Wearing a hood, Ceol
An Ghra found plenty for Kevin Manning and the 3-1 chance saw off the 7-4 favourite by half a length in the six-furlong affair.
, who has a doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has worked in both industrial and academic research settings.
"We've known for some time that there are a number of genes that are responsible for the promotion and growth of melanoma," said Ceol
Dublin is a truly unique European capital city, where the dynamic Celtic Tiger meets lively craic agus ceol
(fun and music).
Folk legend Ramblin' Jack Elliott (right) will be playing at Brum's Ceol
Castle on Wednesday - one of a handful of UK dates.
They were first discovered performing at a Fleadh Ceol
in Listowel by a German producer and will be appearing at the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl, tonight at 7.30pm.
His latest CD, Ceol
More, is a sublime piece of work.
Similarly, Gibson convincingly refutes another widespread opinion, namely that Culloden marked a decline in classical bagpiping (ceol
mor, or "great music," as opposed to ceol
baeg, including marches, airs and dances).
This page is part of a larger Web site, Rince Ceol
Amhran (Dance Music and Song), published by the Irish Arts Center of New York at http:// www.inx.net/~mardidom/rchome.htm.
Pruden's first house ads were in part a result of his anger at the Washington Post, after the newspaper had reported that Newspaper Guild literature was handed out by a Post reporter at a going-away party for Times reporter Dawn Ceol
. Post reporters are covered by the Guild.