Notes and Narratives
Songs and steps Of the soda cakes, From the heart of the city of the broken treaty. ‘Tis of Limerick we sing.
Putting The Blas On It - Thirty years recording tradition bearers in Ireland and England; the songs and their importance to the singers
" ... the sound so melting and prolonged ...", exploring an historical performance style for early Irish harp
Irish Musicians in 20th century USA - Some Aspects of their Human Story
'How TUNEPAL Works
A Perspective on the legacy of Turlough Carolan
Reuniting the Union Pipes with their Music. A recital of tunes and "pieces" gleaned from early manuscripts and publications of Irish music, played on Ronan's 1760s James Kenna pipes.
Tom McCarthy and the Kerry Piping Tradition
"There Was A Lord Who Lived In This Town", early classic ballads in the Irish song tradition.
It's of my Rambles... Recollections of Singers and Songs from the Ulster Tradition
The Bowing Style of John Doherty