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The Irish / British Genealogy Group Message Board › Interested in the history of Irish music?

Interested in the history of Irish music?

Joanne
user 13203032
Brooklyn, NY
Post #: 47
Join the NY Irish History Roundtable on Saturday, May 4, 2 to 3:30 p.m. for an informative talk on “The Songs of the Irish Working Class” by Dan Milner. This program will examine Irish working class songs preserved in broadsides and sung more than 150 years ago. Location: Parish House of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, McCloskey Room, 263 Mulberry Street, Manhattan. Donation: $3.00



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