Irish Traditions Hidden and Revealed
Riley's Flute Melodies (1813)
The New York Public Library
for the Performing Arts
Irish Traditions Hidden and Revealed is co-created by George Boziwick and Trudy Williams, and curated by George Boziwick, with music related contributions from Don Meade and Sara Banleigh. The program draws on unique sources from The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts collections to combine live performance with historical and visual commentary that time-travels the history of Irish music from the 18th through the 20th centuries, revealing a rich tradition of tunes that has been a wellspring for American music and composers.
This program was presented in conjunction with The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' exhibit IrelandAmerica The Ties That Bind, April 2011.
Copyright 2017 Red Skies Music and Trudy Williams Archive
Temperance Reel/Drowsy Maggie
Ryan's Mammoth Collection (1883)
O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903)
Star of the County Down