An introduction to the traditional music of Ireland by Ciaran Gerard Carson was born in 1948 in Belfast and educated at The Queen's University, Belfast. He knows intimately not only the urban Belfast in which he was raised as a native Irish speaker, but also the traditions of rural Ireland. A traditional musician and a scholar of the Irish oral traditional, Carson was long the Traditional Arts Officer of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, and is a flutist, tinwhistler, and singer. He is Chair of Poetry at the Seamus Heaney Centre for poetry at Queen's University, Belfast.
Used availability for Ciaran Carson's Pocket Guide to Irish Traditional Music
January 1986 : UK Paperback