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Classical Notes: Harpists' views sought by Arts Council

There is perhaps no symbol of Ireland more visible than the harp.

6th July, 2014

There is perhaps no symbol of Ireland more visible than the harp - think of Ryanair, and all those delightful Revenue and Dail envelopes that drop through our letter boxes. But according to the Arts Council, there is also an increasingly vibrant harp musical scene.

The council is asking harpists north and south, and of all genres, to fill out a questionnaire on their use of this iconic instrument. Traditional fiddler and music journalist Toner...

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