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 Post subject: Ó Cadhain and CD
PostPosted: Fri 01 Jul 2022 11:48 pm 
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There's an article in Cómhar this month about a book Ó Cadhain: Rogha Téacsanna Teagaisc don Ghaeilge, by Arndt Wigger and others, compiling Ó Cadhain's texts for teaching Irish. It includes a CD disc with Ó Cadhain reading most of the texts himself and also reading some pages from Cré na Cille. A full translation of the texts is also included.


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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jul 2022 8:36 am 
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djwebb2021 wrote:
There's an article in Cómhar this month about a book Ó Cadhain: Rogha Téacsanna Teagaisc don Ghaeilge, by Arndt Wigger and others, compiling Ó Cadhain's texts for teaching Irish. It includes a CD disc with Ó Cadhain reading most of the texts himself and also reading some pages from Cré na Cille. A full translation of the texts is also included.


This book already exists with a German translation.
I can recommend it.


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PostPosted: Sat 02 Jul 2022 2:34 pm 
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Labhrás wrote:
djwebb2021 wrote:
There's an article in Cómhar this month about a book Ó Cadhain: Rogha Téacsanna Teagaisc don Ghaeilge, by Arndt Wigger and others, compiling Ó Cadhain's texts for teaching Irish. It includes a CD disc with Ó Cadhain reading most of the texts himself and also reading some pages from Cré na Cille. A full translation of the texts is also included.


This book already exists with a German translation.
I can recommend it.

Great, I didn't know there was a German version. It is listed as 2020 publication, but is actually reviewed in the current issue of Cómhar.


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Labhrás there is the wonderful Labharfad le Cách with Peig Sayers, and CD rom, and also Níl deireadh ráite, also Peig Sayers with CD. Fully transcribed with translation. Now there is the Ó Cadhain with CD. Is there anything from Ulster? Ulster often seems to be neglected. A whole books of stories by an Ulster author with CD Rom and full transcription and translation?


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djwebb2021 wrote:
Labhrás there is the wonderful Labharfad le Cách with Peig Sayers, and CD rom, and also Níl deireadh ráite, also Peig Sayers with CD. Fully transcribed with translation. Now there is the Ó Cadhain with CD. Is there anything from Ulster? Ulster often seems to be neglected. A whole books of stories by an Ulster author with CD Rom and full transcription and translation?


Donegal has Sgéilíní na Féinne, available online: https://web.archive.org/web/20200220190 ... uibhin/sf/


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 Post subject: Re: Ó Cadhain and CD
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galaxyrocker wrote:
djwebb2021 wrote:
Labhrás there is the wonderful Labharfad le Cách with Peig Sayers, and CD rom, and also Níl deireadh ráite, also Peig Sayers with CD. Fully transcribed with translation. Now there is the Ó Cadhain with CD. Is there anything from Ulster? Ulster often seems to be neglected. A whole books of stories by an Ulster author with CD Rom and full transcription and translation?


Donegal has Sgéilíní na Féinne, available online: https://web.archive.org/web/20200220190 ... uibhin/sf/

Yes, that's right. There are some more things listed on Ciarán Ó Duibhín's site for Ulster: https://www3.smo.uhi.ac.uk/oduibhin/ind ... aidh_thoir
Some of them are out of print or difficult to get hold of, but might be in libraries.


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djwebb2021 wrote:
Labhrás there is the wonderful Labharfad le Cách with Peig Sayers, and CD rom, and also Níl deireadh ráite, also Peig Sayers with CD. Fully transcribed with translation. Now there is the Ó Cadhain with CD. Is there anything from Ulster? Ulster often seems to be neglected. A whole books of stories by an Ulster author with CD Rom and full transcription and translation?


I found this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odBT6eNyLis

and this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUBjeDTAODE

on youtube. The first one is available as a book and CD here:

https://www.litriocht.com/siopa/padai-l ... n/?lang=en


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 Post subject: Re: Ó Cadhain and CD
PostPosted: Tue 26 Jul 2022 1:01 pm 
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gliaire wrote:
djwebb2021 wrote:
Labhrás there is the wonderful Labharfad le Cách with Peig Sayers, and CD rom, and also Níl deireadh ráite, also Peig Sayers with CD. Fully transcribed with translation. Now there is the Ó Cadhain with CD. Is there anything from Ulster? Ulster often seems to be neglected. A whole books of stories by an Ulster author with CD Rom and full transcription and translation?


I found this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odBT6eNyLis

and this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUBjeDTAODE

on youtube. The first one is available as a book and CD here:

https://www.litriocht.com/siopa/padai-l ... n/?lang=en


That's great. I have Tyrone ancestors (from Clogher in the south of the county).


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