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The History of Irish Dance

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пѓ� Jamie Ausbrooks
пѓ� Katie Rogers
пѓ� Laura Oliver
Love Will Find Out the Way
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Lesley Nelson-Burns
Over the mountains
And over the waves,
Under the fountains
And under the graves,
Under floods that are deepest,
Which Neptune obey
Over rocks which are the steepest,
Love will find out the way.
Some think to lose him
By having him confined
Some do suppose him,
Poor thing, to be blind;
But if ne'er so close ye wall him,
Do the best that you may,
Blind Love, if so ye call him,
Will find out his way.
Where there is no place
For the glow-worm to lie,
Where there is no space
For receipt of a fly,
Where the gnat dares not venture,
Lest herself fast she lay,
But if Love comes, he will enter,
And will find out the way.
You may train the eagle
To stoop to your fist.
You may train in veigle
The Phoenix of the east.
The lioness, you may move her
To give o'er her prey;
But you'll ne'er stop a lover;
He will find out his way.
You may esteem him
A child for his might,
Or you may deem him
A coward from his flight.
But if she, whom Love doth honor,
Be concealed from the day
Set a thousand guards upon her,
Love will find out the way.
�English folk song – true love
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
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пѓ� Irish Folk Song- true love
John Renfro Davis
There's a tear in your eye,
And I'm wondering why,
For it never should be there at all.
With such pow'r in your smile,
Sure a stone you'd beguile,
So there's never a teardrop should fall.
When your sweet lilting laughter's
Like some fairy song,
And your eyes twinkle bright as can be;
You should laugh all the while
And all other times smile,
And now, smile a smile for me.
For your smile is a part
Of the love in your heart,
And it makes even sunshine more bright.
Like the linnet's sweet song,
Crooning all the day long,
Comes your laughter and light.
For the springtime of life
Is the sweetest of all
There is ne'er a real care or regret;
And while springtime is ours
Throughout all of youth's hours,
Let us smile each chance we get.
When Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, 'tis like the morn in Spring.
In the lilt of Irish laughter
You can hear the angels sing.
When Irish hearts are happy,
All the world seems bright and gay.
And when Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, they steal your heart away.
When Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, 'tis like the morn in Spring.
In the lilt of Irish laughter
You can hear the angels sing.
When Irish hearts are happy,
All the world seems bright and gay.
And when Irish eyes are smiling,
Sure, they steal your heart away.
Farewell to Lochaber
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Lesley Nelson-Burns
Farewell to Lochaber, farewell to my Jean,
Where heartsome wi' thee.. I ha'e mony days been;
For Lochaber no more, Lochaber no more,
We'll may be return to Lochaber no more.
These tears that I shed, they are a' for my dear,
And no for the dangers attending on weir,
Tho' borne on rough seas to a far distant shore,
Maybe to return to Lochaber no more.
Though hurricanes rise, though rise ev'ry wind,
No tempest can equal the storm in my mind;
Though loudest of thunders, on louder waves roar,
There's naething like leavin' my love on the shore.
To leave thee behind me, my heart is sair pain'd;
But by ease that's inglorious no fame can be gain'd;
And beauty and love's the reward of the brave;
And I maun deserve it before I can crave.
Then glory, my Jeanie, maun plead my excuse;
Since honour commands me, how can I refuse?
Without it, I ne'er can have merit for thee;
And losing thy favour, I'd better not be.
I gae then, my lass, to win honour and fame:
And if I should chance to come glorious hame,
I'll bring a heart to thee with love running o'er.
And then I'll leave thee and Lochaber no more.
пѓ� Scottish folk song
The History of Irish Dance
Three principal Irish dances are mentioned often
in sixteenth century writing: the Irish Hey, the
Rinnce Fada (long dance) and the Trenchmore.
One of the first references to dance is in a letter
written by Sir Henry Sydney to Queen Elizabeth I
in 1569.
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Types of Irish Dance
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four types of Irish
music and associated dances
are the jig, reel, hornpipe,
and the set dances.
The Costumes of Irish Dance
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You can tell, the Dress for every
day was a lot different from the dance
dress: She is wearing a example of a
dance dress:
Pictures Of Irish dress:
Dance Master
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Several versions of the same dance were to be
found in different parts of Ireland. In this way a
rich heritage of Irish dances was assembled and
modified over the centuries. Today, jigs, reels,
hornpipes, sets, half sets, polkas and step dances
are all performed. Solo dancing or step dancing
first appeared at the end of the eighteenth
century.
Ceili
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Irish Traditional Music
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Links past and preasent
Selection by community decides if the music
survives
Comprise of Instrumental music, mostley dance
music of reels, jigs and horn pipes and song
tradition mainly unaccompanied, solo singing
So what is celtic music?
Triditional songs and folk songs
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Love songs are the most common. The themes and
types prevailing are the legacy of the Norman invaders
and there adoption into irish began at the end of the
13th century.
Aisling or dream
Labour
Blacksmiths, cruel mother, drunken knights and fair
ladies are all Scottish irish tradition.
http://www.irelandinformation.com/irishmusic/abunchofwildthyme.shtml
That was Katie Speaking
now lets go to……..
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Fiddle and Banjo
Flute and Tin Whistle
(pennywhistle)
Bagpipes
Uilleann pipes
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Melodeon and
concertina
Button Accordion and
piano accordion
Harp
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The fiddle is the mainstay of most Scottish and Irish
music.
The instrument is exactly the same as a violin; fiddle
is simply the term used in traditional music.
The American five-string banjo came to Ireland in
the nineteenth century, losing one string along the
way.
It became popular in ceili bands
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Flutes of one sort or another have been played
in the Celtic countries for over a thousand years
The Tin Whistle (pennywhistle) is the
simplest and cheapest of traditional instruments,
yet not so simple to master
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Bag of air that is inflated by blow pipe
Arm pressure sends air though the reed
Range of about two octaves
The Scottish highland pipes are the loudest,
played standing, usually in pipe bands.
The chanter has eight holes and plays a
distinctive 'pipe scale'. There are two tenor
drones, tuned an octave below the chanter
and a bass drone a further octave down.
The Irish Warpipes are similar, but have
only one tenor drone.
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a lot quieter Small Pipes
Variable number of keys
Up to five drones
Don’t have to play continuously
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The melodeon is a simple single-action
accordion.
It has ten keys.
The concertina is a small, hexagonal accordion,.
has the keyboard is spread out on both ends of
the bellows
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Most Celtic harps are small, and can be played
on the knee.
The Scottish harp is called a clarsach,.
Most modern players use nylon or gut strings,
but some have gone back to the original wirestrung harp, with it's bell-like sound.
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Irish Gatherings are called Ceilis
(gatherings)
Two types of Dances, set and ceili
Ceilis are easy dances involving lots
of people
Sets are more elaborate and generally
are danced by couples.
The Irish also have step dancing.
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There are five major categories of dances.
Reel, usually fast, 4/4 time
пЃ® Jig, tempos vary depending on type of jig, 6/8 time
пЃ® Hornpipe, 4/4 with second beat accented strongly
пЃ® Polka (Ireland), similar to European polkas
пЃ® Strathspey (Scotland) - strongly accented hornpipe,
in 4/8 time.
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Riverdance started as a
brief intermission piece at
Ireland's hosting of the
Eurovision Song Contest
The show took the
perception of Irish Dance
from straight-laced and
rule-bound to modern and
dramatic.
The intermission show was
thus lengthen to become
“Riverdance- the show”
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Ceili band music is a whole sub-genre of Irish
traditional music.
The primary purpose of most of these bands is to
provide music for the dancers, not for listeners.
The rhythms are very tight, the number of instruments
is high (to increase the volume)
Most ceili bands are local to a town, though a few such
as the Tulla Ceili Band (with which Martin Hayes
played for several years) have reached fame, glory and
many recordings.
Refrences
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http://www.allaboutirish.com/library/music/dir
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http://www.luminarium.org/mythology/ireland
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http://www.irelandseye.com/dance.html
http://www.irelandinformation.com/irishmusic/abunchofwildthym
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QUEST!
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What is at least one type of Irish dance?
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What is a Dance Master?
What is a dance master
A a man with out a name
B a instructor of dance
C. a family of horses
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Name one Irish instrument
A Horn pipe
B Drums
C Art
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