Mick Moloney: Irish Music Musician and Folklorist Official Web Site
Mick Moloney: Music
Free Irish Music Downloads: "The Irish Volunteers" by Mick Moloney
NPR : Exploring Broadway's Early Irish Period
Amazon.com: Set III - Music of Turlough O'Carolan - Constantine Maguire: Mick Moloney & Sylvia Woods: Official Music
Amazon.com: Set III - Music of Turlough O'Carolan - Sheebeg & Sheemore: Mick Moloney & Sylvia Woods: MP3 Downloads
Mick Moloney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NYU > Ireland House > Mick Moloney
Out of Ireland - About the Film - Paul Wagner Films
Brian Keane Music
"Long Journey Home" (Soundtrack)
This Grammy-winning release and soundtrack to the hit Disney/PBS series "Long Journey Home:
The Irish In America" (directed by Tom Lennon) is a collaborative effort between Chieftains' leader Paddy
Moloney and Brian Keane. The film is six hours long and spans four episodes. Research for traditional music
was provided by Paddy Moloney and Irish-American musician/historian Mick Moloney.
|Amazon.com: Irish in America: Video: Michael Murphy,Elvis Costello,Sinéad O\'Connor,Van Morrison,Mary Black,Liam O\'Maonlai,Brian Keane (III),Claire Bloom,Jason Robards,Jean Butler,Mick Moloney,John F. Kennedy,Alfred E. Smith (II),Thomas Lennon (II),Mark
Mel Bay's Banjo Sessions® | Michael Keyes - How to Play Triplets | December 2005
Mick plays the Kerfunken Jig
|AMERICAN CONFERENCE for IRISH STUDIES, INC Southern regional meeting - folklorist/folksinger Mick Moloney
Chris Smith - Music, education, arts, public policy - WORDS & MUSIC
Irish Music in America: Continuity and Change . Mick Moloney. Ph.D. Dissertation
(Folklore) University of Pennsylvania, 1992. Though he now downplays this work,
for its time Mick Moloney’s doctoral dissertation was a groundbreaking piece of research on traditional music in America. It is somewhat useful as statistical ethnography, but the heart of the material is the fieldwork interviews Moloney conducted with a succession of seminal Irish emigrant players in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, and Moloney’s own commentary on the music.
IRTRAD-L Archives -- April 1993 (#1)
The most recent O'Riada Memorial Lecture publication "Irish Music on the
American Stage" by Mick Moloney is now available from The Secretary, Irish
Traditional Music Archive, Music Department, University College, Cork, Ireland.
Michael "Mick" Moloney
Mick Moloney - NYU Music Department
mckennas irish music site
|Arkansas Celtic Music Society - Past Concerts at Gaucho's Banquet Room
Folkstuff: Mick Moloney and Friends in Concert
Learning to Whistle: mick moloney
Green Fields of America at the 2006 Dublin Irish Festival
2011 « Vancouver Folk Music Festival
Irish Musicians for the Mercy Centre « The Washington Square Harp and Shamrock Orchestra
Irish Musicians for the Mercy Centre 10/12/2008 Peter Norton Symphony Space
|Back in Seisun
Banjo in Traditional Music
Cherish The Ladies: Dirty Linen #59
The original idea behind Cherish the Ladies was simple: a series of concerts highlighting the contributions of women to Irish music in America. In 1983, folklorist and musician Mick Moloney had a brainstorming session with the directors of New York's Ethnic Folk Arts Center, Martin Koenig and Ethel Raim. Moloney drew their attention to the extraordinary number of young American women involved in Irish traditional music.
In the mid-1960s, Donal Lunny, Brian Bolger, and Mick Maloney formed The Emmet Folk Group.
The Boston College Chronicle
The Musical Magic Of Irish Tin - January 17, 2006 - The New York Sun
Mr. Ochs relates an anecdote that Mick Moloney, who is professor of Irish studies and music at New York University, recalled about meeting Russell at Euston Station in London on his first trip outside Ireland.
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
In 1980 the Garryowen II Ceile Band, including Frankie, took part in a video recorded in the late Martin Mulvihill's home.
"Did your Mother come from Ireland?" was a documentary written and presented by Conrad Fischer and Mick Moloney for RTE,
the Irish national tv broadcasting service, documents the "renaissance of Irish traditional music in NYC during the 1970's
and documents the renewed vitality and growth of this music, after years of dormancy, revealed through performances by
second and third generation children of Irish immigrants.
|harrigan and braham
The second Sunday of the month is usually the rallying point for Maryland dancers and musicians. A ceili is held in the rather small area on the far side of the bar and the customary crowd probably fits it quite handily. On this day, Baltimore's preeminent traditional musician, box player Billy McComiskey, had invited down Dr. Mick Moloney, an early mentor, to come from New York for his very first J. Patrick's appearance.
Joe Heaney (Seosamh Ó hÉanaí)
Mick Moloney championed Joe's cause through publishing recordings and arranging appearances. Although I do not think he has claimed any credit for it, I am assured that Moloney played a large part in Joe's being awarded The National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Award for Excellence in the Folk Arts in 1982. This Joe saw as the pinnacle of his achievement.
Living Tradition CD review of Mick Moloney, "Far from the shamrock stone"
Mick Moloney, Far from the Shamrock Shore
|Barnes & Noble.com - Music Search: Mick Moloney
Folk Music Performer Index - Mis to Molo
|Cherish the Ladies / An Interview
The brainstorm of folklorist and musician Mick Moloney and New York's Ethnic Folk Arts Center, CTL formed in 1983 to play a series of concerts showcasing what was seen as a rarity: women in traditional Irish music.
Mel Bay's Banjo Sessions® | Michael Keyes - An Interview With Mick Moloney | October 2005
The Folk Life - Mick Moloney
Musicians Photo Gallery by Bette Jo Garrett at pbase.com
Folk Music - Newsletter #129 - Albion Morris -> Gabriel Yacoub
In the mid-70s Mick Moloney headed a huge field recording project to capture the Irish American musical scene where it flourished most, along the east coast and in Chicago. This CD spotlights Moloney's recordings of 2 generations of players from Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington DC, those who didn't already have recordings out but who nevertheless were influential in maintaining and passing on the traditional styles. Featured ore accordionists Sean McGlynn and Gene Kelly, fiddlers Brian Conway, John Vesey, and Maureen Fitzpatrick, and flutists Mike Flynn and Paddy Cronin.
Herschel Freeman Agency Inc. Mick Moloney’s Irish-American Music and Dance Festival
Level 2 page: Our Friends
Mick Moloney - Compass Records
Niles Hokkanen at Blind Faith Enterprises
transcriptions of two Irish tunes ("Tom of the Hill", "Dwyer's Hornpipe") as played by Mick Moloney
Patrick Ourceau: Live at Mona's
Rainbow Promotions Inc.
Amazon.com: Celtic Winds: Irish Music in America: Various Artists: Music
The Irish Banjo | Ramblinghouse
Out Of Ireland by Mick Moloney on The Session
With Eugene O'Donnell by Mick Moloney on The Session
Trad Two-Step - May 17, 2006 - Earle Hitchner at the Celtic Cafe
A Festival Sandwich: Knowlton and Philadelphia
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