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Congratulations to L-R: Orla Phelan, Ava Thomlison, Ciara O Brien, and Hazel Whitewho received the Cara Traditional Music award with Distinction from the Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin.
They meet in the Irish Wheelchair Association Resource Centre, Abbey Street, every Wednesday at 3pm. On 27th August, there will be a Tractor Run from Clonakenny with registration taking place at 12.30pm. Front row L - R Oisin Darcy, Aoife Keeshan , Jessica Ryan, Sheena Wright, Isabella Roe, Lily Ann Bergin, Katie Healy , Emer Moroney, Ciara O Brien.
All proceeds will be divided between Scoil Mhuire Lismackin, St. Middle L-R : : Aoibhe Thomlison, Donnach Cantwell, Erin Bourke, Sophie Rowland, Katie Kilmartin, Conor Kilmartin, Abigail Quinlan, Ben Atkinson and Music Teacher Theresa Larkin.
A portfolio of full copies of nine historic concertina patents. None of these patents has any current force, all have either lapsed or been abandoned.
Includes the early Wheatstone English patents, Maccann's Duet patent, Jones's Anglo patent, the Crane Duet patent, Kaspar Wicki's patent for the Wicki-Hayden system, and Brian Hayden's much later patent for the same system. A very important paper describing nineteen instruments which illustrate key points in the development of European free-reed instruments, with large color photographs.