Irish Folk

Some articles on irish folk, irish:

James A. O'Flaherty
... O'Flaherty was an Irish folk musician who lived in the Dallas, Texas area ... Jim was also honored among the Dallas area Irish folk musicians by the new O'Flaherty Irish folk Music Retreat established in late 2004 ...
Michael Scott (Irish Author) - Career
... His first book (inspired by his fascination with Irish mythology), Irish Folk and Fairy Tales, volume 1, was published in 1983 and became part of a trilogy documenting a large ... The Irish Folk and Fairy Tales volumes were the culmination of Scott's extensive travels all over Ireland whilst working as a dealer in rare and antique books, documenting the tales he found along the way ... When reviewing Scott's The De Danann Tales, the Irish Times described him as "the King of Fantasy in these Isles," and the Irish Children’s Book Trust in ...
Mrs. Mc Grath
... McGraw") is an Irish folk song ... The Irish folk song collector Colm O Lochlainn described the song as "known to every true born citizen of Dublin" ... It was very popular among the Irish Volunteers in the years leading up to the 1916 Rising ...

Famous quotes containing the words folk and/or irish:

    Babies are beautiful, wonderful, exciting, enchanting, extraordinary little creatures—who grow up into ordinary folk like us.
    —Doris Dyson. quoted in What Is a Baby?, By Richard and Helen Exley.

    The Irish are the only men who know how to cry for the dirty polluted blood of all the world.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)