Songs and Stories of Dingle Peninsula - Corca Dhuibhne

Images of Prints from the West of Ireland inspired by the local Irish Culture
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Colm an Cheoil - On Fairy Hill' - an illustration from the book 'Colm an Cheoil' (Colm of the Music) in which a young boy goes astray on Hallowe'en and meets and plays his whistle with the fairy host...but will he ever be able to return home once entranced by their enchanting music? Fictional Characters, Music, Songs, Art, Snoopy, Halloween, Books, Fairy, Plays
Colm an Cheoil
Colm an Cheoil - On Fairy Hill' - an illustration from the book 'Colm an Cheoil' (Colm of the Music) in which a young boy goes astray on Hallowe'en and meets and plays his whistle with the fairy host...but will he ever be able to return home once entranced by their enchanting music?
Ceo Lán Draíochta - Through the deep night a magic mist led me like a simpleton roaming the land, no friends of my bosom beside me, an outcast in places unknown. ... Friends, Irish, Mists, Unknown, Irish Culture, Led, Roam, Artwork
Ceo Lán Draíochta
Ceo Lán Draíochta - Through the deep night a magic mist led me like a simpleton roaming the land, no friends of my bosom beside me, an outcast in places unknown. ...
Beir mo Dhúthracht - This song was composed by Pádraig Ó Siochfhradha around the year 1942. It praises his home region of Corca Dhuibhne(The Dingle Peninsula) Locals, Region, The Locals, Peninsula, Beautiful, Prints
Beir mo Dhúthracht
Beir mo Dhúthracht - This song was composed by Pádraig Ó Siochfhradha around the year 1942. It praises his home region of Corca Dhuibhne(The Dingle Peninsula)
An Baile atá Láimh léi Siúd - A song of emigration composed by Séamus 'An Spailpín' Ó Muircheartaigh(1877-1927), who emigrated to America in 1898 and never returned to his native home west of Dingle Culture, America, Lei, West
An Baile atá Láimh léi Siúd
An Baile atá Láimh léi Siúd - A song of emigration composed by Séamus 'An Spailpín' Ó Muircheartaigh(1877-1927), who emigrated to America in 1898 and never returned to his native home west of Dingle