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National Anthem - Women of '16

by Zrazy

A radical new musical and lyrical arrangement of the Irish National Anthem especially written for the 2016 Commemoration of 1916. It writes the forgotten and erased women back into the historical narrative. Download aids Focus Ireland Homeless Charity.
Genre: Urban/R&B: New Jack Swing
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This is an electrifying fun new version of the Irish National Anthem from the multi-instrumentalists Zrazy based in Dublin, Ireland. Download proceeds in aid of Focus Ireland Homeless Charity.

A witty electro-swing dance track that retrieves some of the missing women from Irish history in the later 19th C and the early 1900's. 2016 is the 100 Year anniversary of the 1916 Rising/ Rebellion in Ireland and women were heavily involved in Cumann na mBan, the Irish Citizen's Army and Inghinidhe na hÉireann (Daughters of Ireland). . It writes the forgotten and erased women who participated in the Irish Rising of 1916 back into the historical narrative. See the new female historians to read at end of this section
'Zrazy have musical talent to burn' - Hot Press. Their new album 'The Art of Happy Accidents' has been called a 'dazzling collection' and is nominated in the 'Album of the Year' category by Hot Press Readers Poll of 2016.

Read these great new historical sources on women's activity:
Mary McAuliffe, Lucy MacDiarmid, Liz Gillis , Sonja Tiernan, Margaret McCurtain, Tom Clonan's excellent essay, Fearghal McGarry and more..



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