An maith leat ceol traidisiunta?

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An mhaith leat ceoil trad?
Is maith liom Clannad, Lunasa, agus Sean Smyth.

Cad é an grupa is fearr leatsa?
 


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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Cool. Ta cairde agam, agus ta se abalta na píobaí uilleann a seinm.
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Taitníonn an trad liom cinnte (tá col ceathrar mo Mhaim, Ciarán Curran, i gClannad) ach sílim gur fearr liom an sean-nós. An bhfuil smaointí ag éinne maidir le dlúthdhioscaí maithe sean-nóis a bhféadfainn a fháil?
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Cá bhfuil Gael? Cén fáth go bhfuil Béarla brocach le feiceáil san fhóram seo???:mad:

Dála an scéil, is é Andy Irvine mo rogha ceoltóir traidisiúnta.
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

I don't know a hell of a lot of the history of this, but I think it is safe to say that for the greater part of Irish history, the traditional music of the day was simply not recorded and saved for future generations. This I regard as more criminal than any possiblity of Irish being destroyed in the coming years.
Cén fáth go bhfuil sé maith go leor dearmad a dhéanamh ar an dteanga dhúchais, ach ná fuil sé ceart dearmad a dhéanamh ar an gceol dúchais?
Why is it okay to forget your country's native tongue, but not its native music?

Most of the music played in pubs and the like termed traditional music I would not consider as such.
Táimse fiosrach anois. An saoi nó acaidí thú?
I'm curious. Ar you an expert, or an academic on the matter?

If one wants to listen to music as close as possible to it that we have,
Cén caighdeán a bhfuil á úsáid agat do "ceol traidisiúnta", de réir sin?
What standard for "traditional music" are you using?

So if from a musical point of reference, the 'traditional music' is good music,
Ach tá sé sin go hiomlán i gcoinne do ráitis níos luaithe id' phost, ina dheiris, mar fhreagra ar an gceist luaite:
But that entirely contradicts what you said earlier in your post, where in answer to the cited question, you said:

It depends on what we define traditional music as.
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

[quote:1b1gsf5h]I don't know a hell of a lot of the history of this, but I think it is safe to say that for the greater part of Irish history, the traditional music of the day was simply not recorded and saved for future generations. This I regard as more criminal than any possiblity of Irish being destroyed in the coming years.
Cén fáth go bhfuil sé maith go leor dearmad a dhéanamh ar an dteanga dhúchais, ach ná fuil sé ceart dearmad a dhéanamh ar an gceol dúchais?
Why is it okay to forget your country's native tongue, but not its native music?[/quote:1b1gsf5h]

Because music cuts across barriers. Any world being, be they human or otherwise, can listen and derive something from it. Language is very limited, and personally I am more interested in musical culture than in linguistic culture.

Most of the music played in pubs and the like termed traditional music I would not consider as such.
Táimse fiosrach anois. An saoi nó acaidí thú?
I'm curious. Ar you an expert, or an academic on the matter?

Not a professional, but I was a musician for many years, and would have an certain ability to judge whether a piece is 'traditional' or not.

If one wants to listen to music as close as possible to it that we have,
Cén caighdeán a bhfuil á úsáid agat do "ceol traidisiúnta", de réir sin?
What standard for "traditional music" are you using?
The 'tradit....' that we know since it was first recorded.

So if from a musical point of reference, the 'traditional music' is good music,
Ach tá sé sin go hiomlán i gcoinne do ráitis níos luaithe id' phost, ina dheiris, mar fhreagra ar an gceist luaite:
But that entirely contradicts what you said earlier in your post, where in answer to the cited question, you said:

[quote:1b1gsf5h]It depends on what we define traditional music as.
[/quote:1b1gsf5h]

I'm a bit lost here. How do I contradict myself?
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

An bhfuil Kila ceol tradisiunta?

Is é Gaeilge an teideal don fhóram seo. Tá orainn gaeilge a labhraionn anseo. Ta Focloir Gaeilge agus leabhar "Briathra na Gaeilge" in aice leis mo riomhaire.
;)
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Ghlan mé na teachtaireachtaí a raibh Béarla amháin iontu. Tá mé sásta glacadh le méid áirithe Béarla a fhad is go bhfuil iarracht ann chun Gaeilge a úsáid. Ceapaim go bhfuil sé sin féaráilte ar na daoine nach bhfuil mórán Gaeilge acu.
Tá go leor daoine nach bhfuil sásta iarracht ar bith a dhéanamh. Glanfar teachtaireachtaí na ndaoine seo.
Gan rialacha mar seo ní bheadh aon phointe leis an bhfóram seo mar sin ní fiú gearán a dhéanamh faoi.


I have wiped the messages that had only English in them .I'm happy to accept a limited amount of English in posts as long as attempts to use Irish are made. I think this is fair enough for the people who have limited Irish.
Many seem unprepared to make the slightest effort. Such posts will be wiped.
Without such rules this forum is pointless so any moaning about these rules is ridiculous.


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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Is iad Planxty, Kíla, agus Luke Kelly na h-actaí(sic) tradisiúnta gurb fhearr liom...
Planxty, Kíla and Luke Kelly are the trad acts I like best

Smaoineamh, an bhfuil Gaeilge do 'sic'?
A thought, is there an Irish translation of sic?
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Is iad Planxty, Kíla, agus Luke Kelly na h-actaí(sic) tradisiúnta gurb fhearr liom...
Planxty, Kíla and Luke Kelly are the trad acts I like best
Smaoineamh, an bhfuil Gaeilge do 'sic'?
A thought, is there an Irish translation of sic?
'Sé an chiall atá le "sic" ná "mar seo" nó "thus" sa Bhéarla. Is dóigh go bhféadfaí "mar seo" a úsáid. Cad a deir an foclóir?
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Ná Laidin é "sic" ar aon nós? Mar sin, is annamh a dhéantar iarracht ar bith é a aistriú go Gaeilge.
 

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An mhaith leat ceoil tradisiunta?

Cúla-búla - go raibh maith agaibh! Brón orm faoin 'thread hijack'!!
 

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Go raibh MÍLE maith agat, a Ghael! :D

Agus Tá, is breá liom ceol trad. :p

Le meas,
Maidhc


Gael said:
Ghlan mé na teachtaireachtaí a raibh Béarla amháin iontu. Tá mé sásta glacadh le méid áirithe Béarla a fhad is go bhfuil iarracht ann chun Gaeilge a úsáid. Ceapaim go bhfuil sé sin féaráilte ar na daoine nach bhfuil mórán Gaeilge acu.
Tá go leor daoine nach bhfuil sásta iarracht ar bith a dhéanamh. Glanfar teachtaireachtaí na ndaoine seo.
Gan rialacha mar seo ní bheadh aon phointe leis an bhfóram seo mar sin ní fiú gearán a dhéanamh faoi.




I have wiped the messages that had only English in them .I'm happy to accept a limited amount of English in posts as long as attempts to use Irish are made. I think this is fair enough for the people who have limited Irish.
Many seem unprepared to make the slightest effort. Such posts will be wiped.
Without such rules this forum is pointless so any moaning about these rules is ridiculous.



- An Modhnóir/The Moderator
 

Seánod

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Tá mé féin go maith ar an mhaindilín, go measartha ar an bhainseo agus millteanach ar an bhosca.

Ní maith liom ardnosachas ar bith maidir le "cad is ceol traidisiúnta ann." no "cad is uirlis cheart thraidisiúnta ann." Ní shílim gurb ionann traidisiúnta agus "gan athrú ar bith."

Tá dlúthbhaint idir an teanga agus an ceol i mo bharúil féin...d'eascair rithimí an cheoil thraidisiúnta as rithimí labhartha agus filíochta na teanga (i mo bharúil neamhacadúil neamhghairmiúil thraidisiúnta féin!)
 


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