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Bryan Duggan – How TUNEPAL Works
15 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1
Friday 19th April 2013, 8.30pm
Dr. Bryan Duggan will present April’s ‘Notes & Narratives’. A lecturer in the School of Computing in DIT and an accomplished flute player, Duggan is the author of TUNEPAL, a search engine app for traditional Irish music. TUNEPAL allows a player to search for tunes either by title or playing and also has options for editing and saving tunes. TUNEPAL is available for iPhone, iPad, Android and at tunepal.org.
Notes and Narratives provides a unique opportunity for musicians, singers and dancers to showcase valuable researched material in an engaging and entertaining format.
The series, which takes place at NPU’s restored Georgian headquarters at 15 Henrietta St, will appeal to the general public, and especially to students, enthusiasts and fellow practitioners of the traditional arts keen to enhance their overall appreciation of music, song and dance.
Lectures/performances run for up to 45 minutes followed by an open discussion to provide the audience with an opportunity to engage with the performers.
The aim of the series is to strengthen the legacy of Na Píobairí Uilleann’s founding members Breandán Breathnach and Seán Reid by helping to support and encourage research into the traditional arts. All material presented will be housed in NPU’s archive.
Na Píobairí Uilleann is supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council
Admission €10 (Consession €5)
Contact Details: Na Píobairí Uilleann, 15 Henrietta St., Dublin 1, Ireland
Tel. +353-1-8730093 email. firstname.lastname@example.org