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  • Seancheirdeanna na hÉireann: Cléibh le hOwenie Diver

Seancheirdeanna na hÉireann: Cléibh le hOwenie Diver

Is iomaí seancheird a cuireadh ar aghaidh ó ghlúin go glúin anseo in Éirinn. Ach níl mórán daoine ann na laethanta seo ar féidir leo a rá gur saineolaithe iad ar na seanbhealaí cruthaitheacha a bhí ag muintir na tíre seo rudaí a chruthú. Sa tsraith seo ar Meon Eile ‘Seancheirdeanna na hÉireann’ buailfidh muid le daoine timpeall na tíre atá ag coinneáil seancheirdeanna beo.

In eagrán na seachtaine seo, bhuail Meon Eile le hOwenie Diver i gCill Ulta, Co. Dhún na nGall. Déanann Owenie cléibh de láimh. Múineann sé ceardlanna i rith na bliana chun an cheird a chur ar aghaidh chuig an chéad ghlúin eile.

Bhuail Meon Eile le hOwenie ar na mallaibh le labhairt faoi thraidisiún na gcliabh agus faoina chuid oibre féin.

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