An overview of historical repertory
SimonChadwick's "free information resource on all aspects of the Gaelic harp, the old Irish harp or clarsach of Scotland and Ireland."
"The mission of WireStrungharp.com is to sustain and encourage the revival of the Wire-Strung Harp, or Metal–Strung Harp as it is sometimes called. The names Clàrsach or Cláirseach and Gaelic Harp have also been used to name this beautiful instrument."
"ITMA’s mission is to be the national public archive and resource centre for Irish traditional music, song and dance, and the globally-recognised specialist advisory agency to advance appreciation, knowledge, and the practice of Irish traditional music."
Na Píobairí Uilleann (NPU) "provides a regular programme of piping tuition, pipemaking tuition, music performances and publications, with a dedicated website for uilleann pipers and traditional music lovers in Ireland and worldwide."
"Tobar an Dualchais/Kist o Riches is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of audio recordings of Scotland’s cultural heritage through its website and subsidiary projects. It exists to make these recordings widely accessible and to create a broader and deeper understanding of its content, inspiring new research and creative work, educational opportunities and community engagement."
"A selection of plates and musical notebooks from the Bunting Collection. They are part of a major collection concerning the work of the Irish music collector and musician, Edward Bunting (1773-1843) which includes mainly original handwritten manuscripts (both music and text), notebooks, bound volumes, monographs, letters and photographic plates amounting to approx. 250 items, covering the period c1791 - c1856." Digital Special Collections & Archives, Queen’s University Belfast