Von Sud Afrika nach IrlandSendung am 21.04.2017 18:00 bis 19:00
Start the weekend with some Indestructable Beats of South African music (e.g. Steve Kekana, Ladysmith Black Mambazo), and as always some Irish sounds too (e.g. 3Epkano, Ensemble Ériu ) :)
Macro: Inter-Celtic; Inter-cultural; Other.
Micro: Around the world in einer Stunde, this hour of music dances, rolls and sometimes even races from Irish to Celtic, to World and - any Other type of music that just - sounds good!
So join the dance or pull up a chair and relax. Listen to chat in English and German with cúpla focal Gaeilge ( a few words of Irish) from time to time as well.
When: Every second Friday, starting from 31 January 2014
6-7 pm on the mainland
5-6 pm back home (Ireland!)
Where: Helsinki Radio 92.6
www.helsinki.at/livestream - press play
Be there - Seid ihr mit - Bígí ann!
“ Between the Jigs and the Reels” – what’s in a name?!
“ Between the jigs and the reels” is an expression in Irish-English to mean “ between one thing and another”.
However and also importantly - in Irish traditional music a ‘jig’ and a ‘reel’ are two types of dances. A jig has three beats in a bar. A reel has four beats in a bar.
Irish culture tip no.1 – the first of many!