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Irish Folk Music Festival

Ireland, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 37)

Director: Louis Marcus

Every year, musicians come from all over the country to play, to listen, and to swap tunes in the Flea Ceoil, a week-end folk festival of centuries-old music, song and dance in the Gaelic tradition.

Silver Bear, berlin Festival; Diploma of Honour, Moscow Festival.

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