Think of any major event in Irish history and a song or two will spring to mind that describes the emotions of a people. Except, that is, for the Great Famine, which left its sufferers at a loss for words to describe their anguish and devastation While not all of Black 47’s or Larry Kirwan’s work is about the Famine, his most recent work – impressively, a book, a Black 47 album and a musical with Schindler’s List author Thomas Keneally – is all about retroactively giving voice to the voiceless, breathing some life into forgotten or untapped histories here in America as well as abroad.
Album · 2017 · 13 Songs. Chronicles of the Great Irish Famine Declan O'Rourke. Listen on Apple Music.
KzGetEm – Tfti ( Tales From The Irish ) (03-17-2019). Artist: KzGetEm Album: Tfti ( Tales From The Irish ) Data Release: (03-17-2019) Genre: R&B, Rap, Hip-Hop Format: mp3. Short cuts from album: lower quality, for pre-listening only. Bastard Bearded Irishmen – Drinkin’ To The Dead (2018)
Black '47 is a 2018 Irish period drama film directed by Lance Daly.
Warner Brothers Records released O’Rourke’s most recent album, Chronicles of the Irish Famine, on October 27, 2017. When I first heard about the album I thought that he had covered a collections of songs.
A clip from Irish famine movie Black 47, starring James Frecheville, Hugo Weaving and Jim Broadbent. Video: Fastnet Films. James Frecheville and Hugo Weaving in Black 47. The first clips of Lance Daly’s Black 47, a rare feature centred on the Great Famine which premieres tonight at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival, have been released. Black 47, playing out of competition in the official selection, already has distribution in the UK, Germany and Ireland. The team from Fastnet Films will be seeking to sell the picture to as many territories as possible over the next week. Other production partners include the Irish Film Board, the Luxembourg Film Fund, Wildcard Distribution, TV3 and the Broadcast Authority of Ireland. I know how difficult it can be to get Irish productions on the world stage, said Moe Dunford, who plays a conflicted sergeant.
Redirected from Irish Famine (1740-1741)). The Irish Famine of 1740–1741 (Irish: Bliain an Áir, meaning the Year of Slaughter) in the Kingdom of Ireland, was estimated to have killed between 20% and 38% of the 1740 population of . million people, the (older) upper estimate a proportionately greater loss than during the worst years of the Great Famine of 1845–1852.
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