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28/11/16

Gaelic Conversation Course at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

A bheil thu air a bhith ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig greiseag a-nis ach fhathast feumach air taic chòmhraidh? A bheil eagal ort ro chòmhradh nàdarrach? Mas e 's gu bheil, nach tig thu gu SMO air cùrsa còmhraidh còmhla rium-sa?! Have you been learning Gaelic for a while now but still find it tricky / confusing / terrifying to hold a conversation? Do you answer in English when addressed in Gaelic, due to lack of confidence or practice? If so, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig may have the perfect summer course for you smile "This course has been created for upper intermediate learners who understand basic Gaelic grammar, yet struggle to hold a conversation. Particular attention will be given to supporting the common issues felt by Gaelic learners and building confidence towards speaking naturally and fluently." Applications are already being received so book now to guarantee your place! Joy x http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/en/cursaichean/cursaichean-goirid/cursa-comhraidh-joy-dunlop-2017

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28/11/16

Is Duine Mi

How about a wee #ThrowbackThursday to this track that Joy wrote for the Music Makes Me project's debut album 'In The Wild Country'. This album reflects the sounds of a wild (and very creative!) country and the whole project was developed by The Walking Theatre Company, with financial support from Creative Scotland. Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd e ribh / We hope that you enjoy it. https://soundcloud.com/joydunlop/is-duine-mi

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28/11/16

Thig am Bàta

Since it's Friday, how about another video from last weekend's National Chamber Music Day performance?

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28/11/16

National Chamber Music Day Collaboration

Thank you to An Lòchran Gaelic Arts for this live video of the collaboration between Joy, Alistair Iain Paterson and the Brodick Quartet (as a trio!) as part of Enterprise Music Scotland's National Chamber Music Day 2016.

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28/11/16

Earagail Arts Festival / The Swell Festival

Joy is just home after a lovely long weekend in Donegal singing at the Earagail Arts Festival in Gweedore and the Swell Festival on Arranmore Island.

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