20 décembre – L’Institut de Technologie de Dublin et la Collection Caruana Gramophone

Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais. The Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is proud to be an Associate Partner in Europeana Sounds, joining with our international colleagues in this best practice network to make archival audio collections accessible online. […]

décembre 20th, 2016|Actualités, Catégories sonores|0 Comments

6 décembre – Chants de Noël de Cobh, en Irlande.

Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais. When I think of Christmas and music the first sound that comes to mind are the bells from my home town in Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland. The bells, or carillon, as the instrument is called, is located in the magnificent St Colman’s Cathedral overlooking Cobh town and Cork Harbour. The 49-bell carillon is the largest instrument of its kind in Ireland and Britain. It is played from a console within the belfry, consisting of a keyboard and a pedalboard. […]

décembre 6th, 2016|Actualités, Musique|0 Comments

L’héritage en chanson des migrations irlandaises et écossaises

Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais. Among the great many cultural connections between Ireland and Scotland, the mutual influence of each nation’s musical and singing traditions on the other is perhaps one of the most interesting. As a case in point, below are some archival examples which point to the legacy of people travelling back and forward between the two countries, and the songs they took with them. […]

juillet 25th, 2016|Actualités, Musique|0 Comments

Festivals et jours de foire dans la musique traditionnelle irlandaise

Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais.  Irish people are often noted for their friendliness and sociability. We relish the opportunity to get together, chat, sing, dance, make music and enjoy ourselves. This is not a modern phenomenon but rather one that is deeply rooted in our history. […]

mars 31st, 2016|Actualités, Evénement, Musique|0 Comments

Apprendre des airs traditionnels grâce à la technologie : Europeana Sounds et Tunepal

Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais. As part of the Europeana Sounds project, together with Tunepal, Comhaltas and Tobar an Dualchais, Historypin has created a traditional tune identification website that will make it easier for musicians to discover and learn from Irish and Scottish traditional music archival recordings held by Europeana. […]

janvier 25th, 2016|Actualités, Musique|0 Comments

Des chansons et des mélodies animales dans la musique traditionnelle irlandaise

Après une exploration des collections d’Europeana Sounds sur les chèvres, nous continuons notre série d’articles de blog sur les animaux et les sons avec des ressources fascinantes issues des Archives de musique traditionnelle irlandaise (Irish Traditional Music Archive, ITMA). Cet article est uniquement disponible en anglais. […]

janvier 19th, 2016|Actualités, Musique|0 Comments