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‘Casadh’ i ndiaidh ‘Snámh na Saoirse’, 02 Nollaig.

Casadh
Róisín Sheehy
Déanann Róisín Sheehy iarracht ar athcheangail a chothú le foraoiseacha na hÉireann sa rince seo, atá ina fhreagra ar an easpa baint a bhíonn againn lenár gcoillte dúchasacha. Déanann sí iniúchadh ar thionchor na staire daonna a d’fhág tírdhreachanna loma ina diaidh, go háirithe in iarthar na tíre. Éiríonn gluaiseachtaí an phíosa as cosán an aifrinn, na crainn agus an storas uisce ag Carraig an Bhruinteora, Co Phort Láirge. Tá an rince tionlactha le taifid de
amhrán nua chumtha ‘Adhmad inniu is an choill go buan’ leis an scríbhneoir agus fonnadóir Eoghan Ó Néill, scéalta Rita Power a tógadh in aice Carraig an Bhruinteora agus an polka ‘Trasna an Bhóthair’ le Paddy Cronin agus á sheinnt ag Liam Ó Connor.
Casadh
Róisín Sheehy attempts to re-connect with Ireland’s forests in a dance conceived as a responce to the lack of contact we have with native woodland. She explores the impact of human history as bare landscapes have been left behind, espechially in Ireland’s west. The movement is a reflection of the mass path, trees and reservoir at Carrigavantry in Waterford. The dance is accompanied with recordings of a new song; ‘Adhmad inniu agus an Choill go buan’ by songwriter and singer Eoghan Ó Néill, the stories of Rita Power who grew up near Carrigavantry and the polka, ‘Trasna an Bhóthair’ by Paddy Cronin and played by Liam O Connor.