Irish dating traditions
However, after centuries of British rule, significantly renewed interest in Irish music and dance coincided with the burgeoning Nationalist movement of the late 1800s.A second major revival coincided with the American folk music revival of the 1960s, and has continued until present-day.
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Irish Music - History and Revival: Irish music has always been an important part of both rural and urban life for the Irish people.
All of these tune styles have corresponding traditional dances.
Irish Vocal Music - Sean Nos: Sean nos (pronunciation: sean like shawn, nos rhymes with gross) literally means "old style" in the Irish language.
Traditional Irish music groups (and the ever-popular Irish jam session, called a seisún) are home to a variety of musical instruments which have drifted into the cultural tradition over hundreds of years of musical evolution.
The most common include: Answer: Accordion: The two-row diatonic button accordion, usually tuned C#/D or B/C, is a very common melodic instrument in contemporary traditional Irish music, and has been since the 1940s (before that, the 10-key melodeon, similar to the squeezebox used in Traditional Cajun music, reigned supreme for around 50 years, and before that, the accordion hadn't been invented yet).
The Influence of Irish Music on American Folk: It is a common misconception that Irish music was hugely influential on American old-time and bluegrass music.