1. Ciara Meskill

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    Meet Ciara Meskill! Ciara plays the concertina in the traditional Irish music band, Tigh Na Coille. Watch the video to get to know Ciara's interests and hear her play the concertina!

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    • Cian Hehir

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      Meet Cian Hehir! Brenn plays the banjo and mandolin in the traditional Irish music band, Tigh Na Coille. Watch the video to get to know Cian's interests and hear him play the banjo!

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      • Brenn Liddy

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        Meet Brenn Liddy! Brenn plays the flute and concertina in the traditional Irish music band, Tigh Na Coille. Watch the video to get to know Brenn's interests and hear him play the flute!

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        • Aoife O'Halloran

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          Meet Aoife O'Halloran! Aoife plays the concertina in the traditional Irish music band, Tigh Na Coille. Watch the video to get to know Aoife's interests and hear her play the concertina!

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          • Intro to Traditional Irish Music and the Performance

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            Master musician and troupe leader, Denis Liddy, gives an introduction to traditional Irish music, an overview of the performance, and demonstrations of the traditional instruments and dances in the show.

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            • The Black Nun!

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              from Dick Glasgow Added 255 0 0

              Sabine & Dick Glasgow Causeway Wedding Music: http://www.causewaymusic.info The video clips of Bonamargy Friary used in this video, are accompanied by two Reels, composed by Dick Glasgow & played by him on Anglo Concertina & Bodhran. They are The Witch of Glentow & The Black Nun. Dick used the name The Black Nun, for his Folk Club, which he ran successfully for eight years, on the Causeway Coast of North Antrim. The Witch of Glentow: The Witch of Glentow was a recluse who lived just outside Ballycastle & is said to have been murdered by two local youths, who both died mysteriously within a year of her death. Bonamargy Friary: It is only appropriate to begin by mentioning that the olde worlde pronunciation of Bonamargy or Bun-na-Mairgie, which means "at the foot of the Margy". The Friary can be found on the road out of Ballycastle, on the Cushendall road & is situated in the middle of Ballycastle's golf course, just a stone's throw from the beach. It dates back to the year 1500, and was built by Third Order Franciscans, although it may have been built on the site of an earlier religious settlement. The main building and the gatehouse, were originally thatched. Locally, the Friary is known for its patronage by the MacDonnell clan and the vault houses the coffins of many members of that family including the notorious Sorley Boy McDonnell. N.B. The vault is now sealed. The Black Nun {Julia McQuillan}: The Friary is supposed to be haunted by the Ghost of the Black Nun, Julia McQuillan, who lived there alone after the Friary fell out of use in 1641. The story is that the Black Nun was murdered on the steps leading to the upper floor of the Friary. It is believed, by local folk, that the Black Nun is actually buried at the entrance to the church, under the unusual circular headstone pictured above.

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              • Coast teaser 2

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                from Alan Stewart Added 3,169 9 16

                http://about.me/alanstewartmedia It will receive it's premiere screening in Belfast cinemas in late March 2012. This is just a little taster of what you can expect. The song used is 20 Ghosts III from the Nine Inch Nails album Ghosts I-IV, make sure to buy it, it's incredible.

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                • The Velvet Strand Fuji X10

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                  from James Spencer Added 1,314 1 2

                  Another quick test of my Fuji X10. Went for a stroll on my local beach before work and took a few shots. Could really do with manual controls and the focus hunts quite a bit so it's best to prefocus. Shot in Full HD with the Astia Film mode selected and edited in Videopad Video Editor with no colour grading.

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                  • Betrayal

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                    from Barry Mac Court Added 59 0 0

                    A short-short film I made in 2005. Central idea is Betrayal, explored in a heightened sense of time and experience. Trivia: the film was shot in one take and then edited using a free ware video editor I've forgotten the name of now, magic something or other haha, I had written the idea down a few months previous and one night at a house party the conditions were just right to shoot it so we did, all in all, the shooting and editing took 2 hours, we were all quite drunk during the whole process. The video got good reviews on YouTube but I've never been quite happy with the quality of the video. This is a touched up and slightly clearer version than the YouTube one but still, the video is unavoidable poor quality. Music: 'Colourblind' by Counting Crows

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                    • Lost in Dublin / UCLan 1st Year Architectural Field Trip

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                      from Tomasz Trzesniowski Added 327 1 0

                      When we got lost in Dublin Camera Canon 5Dmk2 + Canon 50/1.4 Edited Adobe After Effects Music Desperately Happy by The Prefab Messiahs http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Prefab_Messiahs/Peace_Love__Alienation/05_Desperately_Happy

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