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PostPosted: Fri 02 Sep 2011 12:09 pm 

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I'm still looking for these and hoping native speakers of Irish can tell me what they played and sang at playtime when they were young and what goes on in the playground of a Gaelscoil today. On another forum somebody gave me the name of one game called - Isteach agus amach tríd na geataí órga, but they couldn't remember how to play it.
I'm also looking for the booklet that goes with the DVD Spraoi le Chéile, if anyone has seen that.
If you interested in children's rhymes, songs and stories from the Dingle Peninsula, there are three books with CDs available - Rabhlaí Rabhlaí, Scéilín ó Bhéilín and Tídil Eidil Éró - which I for one find outstanding. Have a listen to this - ... ach-rabhla ... hla-rabhla ... -dil-eidil
Slán go fóill

PostPosted: Fri 02 Sep 2011 8:52 pm 
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Not to be outdone by Franc.....!

Ceol na Mara:

Péigín Leitir Móir:

Gugalaí Gug:

Bliain na nAmhrán:

Tá gach rud ó Fhuta Fata ar fheabhas. Bíonn leabhair iontacha acu freisin. Bainigí taitneamh astu.

Is foghlaimeoir mé. I am a learner. DEFINITELY wait for others to confirm and/or improve.
Beatha teanga í a labhairt.

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