FMSI 1971–2003

fmsi logo ancient stone carving of Irish harper

The Folk Music Society of Ireland was founded in Dublin in 1971 by a group of interested individuals with the aims of encouraging interest and promoting research in the traditional music, song and dance of Ireland. By 2003 the Society felt that FMSI had largely fulfilled its initial intentions, and it decided to bring its main activities to an end. It does however continue to act in its publishing capacity. (See FMSI History). This archival site is being preserved for its historical interest. It is being kept updated by the addition of digitized material, pdf downloads and details of the latest re-issues of FMSI publications (see  News)

new [freestockphotos_bizLatest addition to NewsDecember 2015

Site last updated by Lisa Shields 25 October 2017

1 Response to FMSI 1971–2003

  1. KIRACaxy says:

    To determine internal swelling is difficult enough, therefore, consequently, they influence the body for a long time, which threatens the normal fetus. Fluids are dangerous because they break blood circulation. Similar situation leads to the strengthening of negative tendencies feeding and the breath baby, formed hypoxia.
    Fighting such a pathology should be done with the help of correction feeding and special procedures so that fluid does not stay tissues. If expectant mother is resting, then under the feet preferably put a cushion or pillow to improve the blood circulation of tired legs. Do not long time to sit or stand, as this leads to stagnation in the body. It is recommended that the knee-elbow position several times a day in order to increase blood flow.
    swollen feet after giving birth

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