During Seachtain na Gaeilge 2021 students from the Music and Irish Departments of Heywood Community School shared recordings in celebration of our Irish identity, culture and heritage through music, Irish language and art.
Class each day begin with the students listening to the recording.
Brian Walshe Fifth Year recites an Irish poem on the leaving certificate curriculum ‘ An Spailpín Fánach’ 16 March 2021.
Orlaith Condren Song for Ireland 16 March 2021.
Brian Walshe performs Sí bheag sí mhór on Bouzouki 15 March 2021.
Amy Fitzpatrick ings No Frontiers accompanied on guitar by her Mum – 15 March 2021
Laura Vesey plays a Jig called Trip to Galway – 12 March 2021.
Ms O Brien composed and performed Críost liom Críost Romham – 12 March 2021.
Emmett Malone performs a jig called the orphan on piano – 11 March 2021.
Moya Cahill performs a jig on the banjo – 11 March 2021.
Fiddle Fly by Night (Hornpipe) Bronagh Cloooney – 10 March 2021.
Niamh O Sullivan 6th Year performs Sweet Sixteen – 10 March 2021
Daniel Aylward- Second Year performs Jim Neary’s Jig on the Uileann Pipes – 9 March 2021
Aoife’s March played by Dasha Bukova – 8 March, 2021.
Brian Walshe Bouzouki : Ar Éirinn Ní Neosfainn Cé hí – 5 March 2021
Brian Walshe Sean nós Casadh an tSúgáin – 5 March, 2021
Ceol le Seachtain na Gaeilge Lucy Cahill Performs The Road to Garry Reel on concertina $ March 2021.
Jessica and Lauren Cahill perform Sí beag sí mhor by Turlough O Carolan on tinwhistle, Wednesday 3 March 2021
< A Reacaire is someone who recites poetry. On Wednesday, 3 March, one of our students (anonymous) recites the poem Mo Ghile Méar which is on the leaving cert syllabus.
Tuesday, 2 March 2021 – Paddy Fahy’s Jig performed by Cillian Moran on Harp.
Monday, 1 March 2021 – Collen and Erin Lalor performing an Irish folk song called the Lark.