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Múrmháisithe úra lainseáilte / New murals launched

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Rinne Cailín Gaelach Laochra Loch Lao, Gráinne Holland dá mhúrmháisiú úra a lainseáil inniú, 22/6/10, ag Sráid na Dubhaise ar thairseach na Ceathrún Gaeltachta.


Tá na píosaí gleoite ealaíona, a rinneadh ag na ealaíontóirí áitiula, Dan Devenney agus Marty Lyons lonnaithe i lár sraith de mhúrmháisithe ag an Bhalla Idirnáisiúnta, mar a bheirtear air, ag bun Bhóthar na bhFál.


Rinneadh an lainseáil in am don séasúr tuarasóireachta a bheas faoi lánsheol ag deireadh na míosa seo.


Tá bunleagán an dáin ‘Lon Dubh Loch Lao’, dán ón 9ú Aois mar aon le leagán Béarla scríofa ar mhúmháisiú Forbairt Feirste, píosa ealaíon atá bunaithe air íomha Laochra Loch Lao CLG, Cumann Peile na Ceathrún Ghaeltachta.


S’iad Forbairt Feirste agus Laochra Loch Lao a rinne comhurraíocht ar an mhúrmháisiú galánta seo.


Bhí an dara múrmhaisiú a lainseáil san am céanna é ag fogairt deáscéal Raidió Fáilte, an raidió pobail Ghaeilge a craolann beo 24 uair in aghaidh an lae ó croílár na Ceathrún i gCultúrlann MacAdam/Ó Fiaich.


Leaganacha an dáin:


Int én bec


ro léic feit


do rinn guip


glanbuidi:


fo-ceird faíd


ós Loch Laíg,


lon do chraíb


charnbuidi.


Original, unknown author 9th century


An t-éan beag


a lig fead


de rinn ghoib


ghlanbhuí;


caitheann [sé] faí


os Loch Laoi


lon de chraobh


charnbhuí.


Translation to modern Irish Nollag Ó Muiríle (2007)


English


Belfast’s very own award winning Irish Coleen, Gráinne Holland from Laochra Loch Lao CLG, has today, 22/6/10, launched two new wall murals at Divis Street the gateway to West Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter.


The eye-catching pieces of artwork, executed by local mural artists Dan Devenney and Marty Lyons are located in a series of murals on what is known as the International Wall in Divis Street at the bottom of the Falls Road.


The official launched took place to coincide with the start of the annual tourist season which will get into full swing by the end of this month.


Written on Forbairt Feirste mural is the original version of the ninth century poem known as ‘The Blackbird of Belfast’, along with an English language translation of the same. The mural itself draws on the imagery of Laochra Loch Lao CLG, the Gaeltacht Quarter Gaelic football team.


Forbairt Feirste and Laochra Loch Lao jointly sponsored this beautiful mural full of traditional imagery and associations.


A second mural was simultaneously launched celebrating the role of local Irish Language community radio station Raidió Fáilte which broadcasts 24 hours per day live from Cultúrlann MacAdam Ó Fiaich in the heart of the West Belfast Gaeltacht Quarter.


Versions of mural poem


the little bird
that whistled shrill
from the nib of
its yellow bill:


a note let go
o’er Belfast Lough -
a blackbird from
a yellow whin


Anonymous ninth century (Translated by Ciaran Carson)


Int én bec


ro léic feit


do rinn guip


glanbuidi:


fo-ceird faíd


ós Loch Laíg,


lon do chraíb


charnbuidi.


Original, unknown author 9th century


An t-éan beag


a lig fead


de rinn ghoib


ghlanbhuí;


caitheann [sé] faí


os Loch Laoi


lon de chraobh


charnbhuí.


Translation to modern Irish Nollag Ó Muiríle (2007)



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