Dhá Phaidir Traidisiúnta

EXHIBITION : PEIG SAYERS

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Tá dhá phaidir traidisiúnta anseo ó bhéal Pheig. Deirtí an chéad phaidir le linn dul a chodhladh le cosaint Dé a fháil le linn na hoíche agus deirtí an dara paidir agus tú ag coigilt na tine le ádh a chinntiú don teaghlach a bhailigh thart uirthi.

Here is Peig reciting two traditional prayers. The first is said before going to sleep and the second when raking the embers of the fire.

  • Title
    Peig Sayers Dhá Phaidir Traidisiúnta
  • Production Year
    1947
  • Clip Duration
    00:01:22
  • Material Type
    Audio
  • Clip title
    Dhá Phaidir Traidisiúnta
  • Information

    The photograph accompanying this clip is reproduced with the kind permission of the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin.

  • Local keywords
    County Kerry, Storytelling, Folklore, National Folklore Collection, Radio Éireann, Seán Mac Réamoinn, Séamus Ennis, Leaving Certificate,
  • Geographical coverage
    Kerry, Ireland
  • Topic
    Arts and Culture
  • First broadcast channel
    Radio Éireann
  • Country of production
    Ireland
  • Original identifier
    CD Track 8
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    Rights Reserved - Free Access
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  • Item type
    part/extract
  • Item sound
    Mono
  • Language used
    Irish (gle)
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