Mm, yes, I noticed your username isn't spelt the usual way. Good idea to spell it phonetically. (Whenever I think of Cu Chulainn, I think of the part in the book Angela's Ashes when little Frank wants to hear the story about "Cucu" or something along those lines.
) I know, explaining things from Irish culture to others can prove to be very interesting sometimes. Sometimes it drives me mad! I actually was born and live in America, but I have an Irish family and I am still very, well, "Irish" and since I don't really have many friends, this is all I know. Even outside the family, most of our friends are Irish, either born in Ireland, or children of immigrants. Just recently an American woman told me that Irish isn't a language when I said something about speaking Irish. I wanted to scream with frustration because it was the 3rd time someone's told me that ("Really? Then why do I speak it?" I wanted to say. Haha!). It's good someone around here seems to love music as much as I do! African instruments, hm? Very interesting! And singing? I used to like to sing when I was younger. Now I only do that by myself! By the way, I gave ASMR a go. It was surprisingly relaxing... :-)