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1. Tie Me Down by We Banjo 3

Tie Me Down by We Banjo 3

We Banjo 3, features Enda Scahill, Martin Howley and David Howley playing three tenor banjos, mandolins, tenor guitars, guitars, banjolin and vocals. Playing with swing and soul, We Banjo 3 effortlessly combines the best of Irish and Bluegrass banjo music while mining the rich vein of the American Old Time tradition. Modern rhythms, traditional melodies, virtuosic technique and innovative arrangements of music and song add up to an incredible feast of banjo and mandolin music.

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2. Hicaz Mardira by Tarab

Hicaz Mardira by Tarab

“Tarab” (in Arabic) is a state of ecstasy and surrender one enters while listening, with body and soul, to music. Tarab is an ensemble that aims at creating an imaginary link between aesthetic elements of Mediterranean music and the Irish instrumental and vocal tradition. Taking common elements such as similar instrumentation, ornamentation and performance practice as a point of departure, Tarab develops a whole new multicultural musical language based on instrumental virtuosity and exciting rhythms. Jazz and improvisation are also key elements in the musical creative process of Tarab. Tarab has collaborated with many guests such as Theodosii Spassov, Gabriele Mirabassi, Pedram Khavar Zamini, Bijan Chemirani, Andrea Piccioni.

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3. 2fmEurosonic 2012 Warm-Up: Dave Fanning iv Angela Dorgan (FMC) & Madeline Boughton (Culture Ireland)

  • Published: 2012-01-10T15:22:29Z
  • By RTE Radio
2fmEurosonic 2012 Warm-Up: Dave Fanning iv Angela Dorgan (FMC) & Madeline Boughton (Culture Ireland)

Angela Dorgan of First Music Contact (Music From Ireland) and Madeline Boughton of Culture Ireland speak to Dave Fanning on RTÉ 2fm about Ireland's role in 2012's EuroSonic Festival in The Netherlands. Recorded in RTÉ 2fm on Monday 9 January 2012 as part of the 2fm EuroSonic Warm-Up.

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4. Hannah McPhillimy - Hold Still

Hannah McPhillimy - Hold Still

Novelist Jan Carson and singer-songwriter Hannah McPhillimy are the latest in home-grown talent to represent the arts and culture of Northern Ireland in Europe as part of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s Brussels Platform in February 2015. The Belfast-based artists have combined talents to produce a captivating performance of live music and reading. Inspired by Carson’s debut novel, 'Malcolm Orange Disappears', published by Liberties Press in 2014, McPhillimy has penned a series of songs which she will perform in Brussels following a reading by Carson from her widely acclaimed work. Here are two songs resulting from the collaboration, entitled 'Hold Still' and 'Sinking'.

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5. 10. Love's Labours

10. Love's Labours

Listen to exclusive excerpts from Graeme Stewart's score for the film 'A Nightingale Falling', 'A Normal Day' and 'Love's Labours'. Stewart is a Belfast-based film and television composer who has also worked on children's animation series 'Puffin Rock' and more. Learn more about him, and other Northern Irish creatives, at www.culturenorthernireland.org.

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7. Belfast Music

Belfast Music

Latest tracks from Northern Ireland bands

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8. Ep23 Culture Clash

Ep23 Culture Clash

In this episode I chat to Cisco UK and Ireland’s CTO Dr Alison Vincent, to find out about Cisco’s Culture Clash research. We explore the impact company culture can have on successful digital transformation, as well as what companies can do to get it right. If you want to find out more about the study you can download the full report here: https://emear.thecisconetwork.com/media/file-20160607213123-1220.pdf

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9. Hannah McPhillimy - Sinking

Hannah McPhillimy - Sinking

Novelist Jan Carson and singer-songwriter Hannah McPhillimy are the latest in home-grown talent to represent the arts and culture of Northern Ireland in Europe as part of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s Brussels Platform in February 2015. The Belfast-based artists have combined talents to produce a captivating performance of live music and reading. Inspired by Carson’s debut novel, 'Malcolm Orange Disappears', published by Liberties Press in 2014, McPhillimy has penned a series of songs which she will perform in Brussels following a reading by Carson from her widely acclaimed work. Here are two songs resulting from the collaboration, entitled 'Hold Still' and 'Sinking'.

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