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Irish Folk Fan sucht Musikliebhaber

Irish Folk Fan sucht Musikliebhaber

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Hallo zusammen
Ich bin ein Irish Folk Fan und suche Kontakt zu Deutschen oder Iren, mit denen ich ein wenig Fachsimplen kann. Ich mag Altan Danu & Moya Brennan etc 

Posted Wed 8 Nov 2017 9:36 AM
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Hallo Bernd,

Musik hat einen großen Platz in Irland.
Hattest du schon einmal die Chance die Musik in den Straßen und in den Pubs zu genießen?

Das erinnert mich übrigens an ein video das wir haben. Jedes Mal, wenn ich es höre, führt mich meine Erinnerung zurück an die vielen tollen Pubs, in denen ich schon gewesen bin. 
   

To all other members, do not hesitate to join in!

Liebe Grüße
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Posted Wed 8 Nov 2017 5:49 PM
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Hallo Zoey
Ich bin seit 20 Jahren ständige Irland Besucher und war vor 4 Wochen beim Hurican in Killarney. Ich fliege im Januar wieder zum Dublin Trat Festivall, wo ich die letzten Jahre auch immer war. Strassenmusik ist toll besonders in den Städten. Mich interessiert besonders die traditionelle Musik, wie sie Altan Danu oder auch Andy Irwein spielt. Wo kommst du her ?


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Hi Bernd!

I love trad music too.
Met few time Moya Brennan at Leo's Travern in Donegal. 
She was actually there when the husband and I got married which resulted on a big session and sing along, amazing memory!
Have you been to Belfast? The music there is something! Their style of playing is generally more dynamic/faster than in Dublin.
Enjoy the trad fest in January!

El

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Hallo Bernd, 

Wenn du Irland schon seit zwanzig Jahren besuchst, musst du dich ja sehr gut auskennen! Wo gefällt es dir am besten und welchen Ort würdest du denn den Liebhabern von traditioneller Irischer Musik empfehlen? 

@ Elo Fle, Thanks for your contribution! Belfast is a great place, the music is magical! Do you play an instrument yourself? 

- Steffen 


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Hallo Steffen
Das Herz des Irish Folk schlägt in Donegal und dort gibt es so viele Möglichkeiten gute Bands und Interpreten zu hören. Dort ist auch die Heimat von Clannad Enya und Moya Brennan LEOS TAVERNE. Dort findest du auch Altan und Na Cassedy. Es gibt sicherlich noch viele andere Gegenden wo Irish Trat gespielt wird, aber in der sogenannten Gaeltacht Gebieten lebt der Folk noch.

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Donegal ist wirklich perfekt um schönen Irish Folk zu genießen! Da stimme ich dir absolut zu, Bernd!

@Elo scheint übrigens die gleichen Erfahrungen gemacht zu haben, da sie dort sogar schon Moya Brennan getroffen hat!
Aber auch Belfast ist ideal für diese tolle Musik! Bist du auch schon einmal in Belfast bei einer Irish Folk Session gewesen?
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Greetings Bernd from Doolin Co. Clare :) 

You would be made most welcome in any of our 4 Irish music pubs - hopefully in your many years visiting Ireland you have been to visit us already? 
Perhaps plan a visit to the Micho Russell Weekend in February 2018 or also our now firmly established Doolin Folk Festival  from June 15 - 17.  This festival has a great line-up of old favourites and up and coming stars of trad, but there are always "pop-up" sessions all over the village during the weekend. 

Please let me know if you have any questions, we would love to have you visit!

All the best,
Joan




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