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Antaine (pool-141-153-216-98.mad.east.verizon.net - 141.153.216.98)
Posted on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 12:37 am:   Edit Post Print Post

hi there. I am printing the introduction to something I've written in Irish and English and I just want to make sure I have the Gaeilge right. Below you will find the Gaeilge and then the English. Please let me know if I have any errors (I'm sure I do).

le buochas,
Antaine

RamhrJ

Cumann m seo leabhar ceoil ar pobaire nua agus seanchronna.
TJ gach pobair ceart acu foghlaim aer traidisinta agus aer nua freisin,
ach caithfidh aer nua cum ardaigh an tathag ceoil.

Aeir go dJnamh ar na poba uilleann cuir i scrobh annamh.
Go traidisinta foghlonn pobaire nua as pobaire seanchronna.
TJ sil agam danann seo leabhar furasta.

Introduction

I have written this book of music for new and experienced pipers.
All pipers should learn traditional tunes as well as new tunes, but new tunes must be written to add to the body of music.

Tunes composed for the uilleann pipes are rarely written down. Traditionally,
a new piper learns a tune from a more experienced piper. I hope this makes learning
the pipes easier.

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Antaine (pool-141-153-216-98.mad.east.verizon.net - 141.153.216.98)
Posted on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 12:45 am:   Edit Post Print Post

it lied...the boxes didn't come out okay...I'll try this again:

RamhrJ

Cumann m seo leabhar ceoil ar pobaire nua agus seanchronna.
TJ gach pobair  ceart acu foghlaim aer traidisinta agus aer nua
freisin,
ach caithfidh aer nua cum ardaigh an tathag ceoil.

Aeir go dJnamh ar na poba uilleann cuir i scrobh annamh.
Go traidisinta foghlonn pobaire nua as pobaire
seanchronna.
TJ sil agam danann seo leabhar furasta.

Introduction

I have written this book of music for new and experienced pipers.
All pipers should learn traditional tunes as well as new tunes, but
new tunes must be written to add to the body of music.

Tunes composed for the uilleann pipes are rarely written down.
Traditionally,
a new piper learns a tune from a more experienced piper. I hope this
makes learning
the pipes easier.

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Antaine (pool-141-153-216-98.mad.east.verizon.net - 141.153.216.98)
Posted on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 12:47 am:   Edit Post Print Post

okay...my email is antaine1@hotmail.com If anyone is really good with the language and would take a look at it for me I'll email it to you.

Thank you very much...

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Aonghus (vpn.parthus.com - 62.221.5.1)
Posted on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 04:34 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Réamhrá

Chum mé an leabhar ceoil seo do phíobairí nua agus oilte. (sean is old, críonna is very old)
Ba cheart do gach píobaire foinn traidisúnta agus nua d'fhoghlaim, ach caithfear foinn nua a chumadh chun cur le stóras na bhfonn. Is annamh a scríobhtar síos foinn a cumadh do píob uileann. Is gnách go bhfoghlaimíonn píobaire foinn ó píobaire níos oilte. Tá súil agam go gcabhródh an leabh seo le píobairí foghlaim.

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Antaine (pool-141-153-215-164.mad.east.verizon.net - 141.153.215.164)
Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2002 - 06:15 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Go raibh maith agat

le buíochas,
Antaine

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