Istigh Sa Cheol

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Colm Ó Snodaigh

Coiscéim 2013

ISBN 6-660012-130399

Lth/Pgs 125

 

Léamh iontach ar shaol an cheoil agus an cheoltóra atá sa leabhar seo, turasanna ceoil, U2, Steve Jobs, polcaí simplí bunscoile, comórtais fheis Átha Cliath agus raidhse ábhar eile atá faoi chaibidil.

Trí shúile an cheoltóra a insítear na scéalta seo, faoi na daoine a chuaigh i bhfeidhm air, na heachtraí a bhain dó agus é ag seinm, tábhacht agus todhchaí an cheoil. Tugtar spléachadh anseo ar na ceangail dhiamhra idir saol an cheoil agus saolta eile.

Foilsíodh na hailt don chéad uair ar an iris idirlín Beo.ie, mar a chaith an t-údar cúig bhliain mar cholúnaí i gcúinne na n-ealaíon. Foilsíodh an chéad aiste An Ghaoth Aneas, i Sunday Miscellany – A Selection from 2006-08, tar éis a craoladh ar an raidió é in 2007. Tá an leabhar maisithe le grianghraif ó cheamara an údair féin agus ón Airgintíneach Marcelo Biglia.

 

From Muzu to Mojo, Steve Jobs to U2, Sean-nós to pop music, this book of essays from Colm Ó Snodaigh provides a fascinating insight into the life of the musician. He sees connections between the most unlikely things e.g. Ronnie Drew and The Ents from Lord of the Rings! The thread between those connections is always music.

Collected from his monthly contribution to the Irish language magazine, Beo.ie the book is lavishly decorated with photographs from both the author himself and the Argentinean Marcelo Biglia.

It is Colm's third book and this fine collection of essays brings together works of great maturity as he deals with some of life's great issues. The first of the essays, An Ghaoth Aneas (The Southern Wind) was previously published in Sunday Miscellany – A Selection from 2006-08, having been aired on radio in 2007.

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Colm Ó Snodaigh

Coiscéim 2013

ISBN 6-660012-130399

Lth/Pgs 125

 

Léamh iontach ar shaol an cheoil agus an cheoltóra atá sa leabhar seo, turasanna ceoil, U2, Steve Jobs, polcaí simplí bunscoile, comórtais fheis Átha Cliath agus raidhse ábhar eile atá faoi chaibidil.

Trí shúile an cheoltóra a insítear na scéalta seo, faoi na daoine a chuaigh i bhfeidhm air, na heachtraí a bhain dó agus é ag seinm, tábhacht agus todhchaí an cheoil. Tugtar spléachadh anseo ar na ceangail dhiamhra idir saol an cheoil agus saolta eile.

Foilsíodh na hailt don chéad uair ar an iris idirlín Beo.ie, mar a chaith an t-údar cúig bhliain mar cholúnaí i gcúinne na n-ealaíon. Foilsíodh an chéad aiste An Ghaoth Aneas, i Sunday Miscellany – A Selection from 2006-08, tar éis a craoladh ar an raidió é in 2007. Tá an leabhar maisithe le grianghraif ó cheamara an údair féin agus ón Airgintíneach Marcelo Biglia.

 

From Muzu to Mojo, Steve Jobs to U2, Sean-nós to pop music, this book of essays from Colm Ó Snodaigh provides a fascinating insight into the life of the musician. He sees connections between the most unlikely things e.g. Ronnie Drew and The Ents from Lord of the Rings! The thread between those connections is always music.

Collected from his monthly contribution to the Irish language magazine, Beo.ie the book is lavishly decorated with photographs from both the author himself and the Argentinean Marcelo Biglia.

It is Colm's third book and this fine collection of essays brings together works of great maturity as he deals with some of life's great issues. The first of the essays, An Ghaoth Aneas (The Southern Wind) was previously published in Sunday Miscellany – A Selection from 2006-08, having been aired on radio in 2007.

Weight 300 g

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