THE Ethnomusicology Programme at Queen’s University has just set up a website on ‘Making Music in Belfast’. It takes a look at what kind of music is found in Belfast, and has started off with profiles of Ballyclare Victoria Flute Band, the Ulster Orchestra, Andersonstown Traditional and Contemporary Music School, Um Pouquinho de Brasil and the Ulster-Scots Folk Orchestra. New, and well worth a look – and listen!
Making music in Belfast…
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