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Bloody Sunday remembered, a special programme on the day of bloodshed that was 21 November, 1920 in Dublin, supported by the GAA Museum at Croke Park, with Chris Shouldice, Michael Foley, Anthony Ryan, Anne Dolan, Paul Rouse and Louise Hogan
The letters mentioned by Louise Hogan in her script form part of the GAA Museum's Remembering Bloody Sunday exhibition -- which honours the victims and tells their stories -- alongside other documents, objects and personal items. Currently closed to visitors, the Museum will reopen safely when Government Covid restrictions allow
The Battle of Aughrim, played by Mary McNamara on concertina;
The Wounded Hussar, played by Anna Ludlow on fiddle;
Sliabh Gallon Braes, played by Liam O'Flynn on tin whistle;
Benjamin Britten’s Cello Suite no. 3 opus 87, Street Song, played by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky;
Billy’s Death, from Billy the Kid by Aaron Copland also performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by Antal Doráti