In Ireland, the word dance music comes from the Gaelic word for “dance” and is often abbreviated to “dee-mh”.
It is used in dance music videos and music videos.
The Irish Government has decided to change the pronunciation of dance music names.
In the new system, dance music will be spelled with an “e” instead of the usual “e”, which is standard in Ireland.
It is the first time the Irish Government is changing its spelling of dance names in a formalised way.
It comes after the US launched a campaign calling for Irish to spell the words with an exclamation mark instead of a diaeresis, which is the Irish pronunciation.
The government said it was making a change because it felt it was time to address the issue of pronunciation.
It said the change was part of an effort to address confusion about pronunciation.
But it was criticised by a number of Irish organisations.
The Royal Irish Academy of Music said it felt the spelling of Irish names was too complicated.
It called on the government to stop changing pronunciation.
“I think it’s a mistake and it should not happen again.
There are people who pronounce the name dance but there are many people who don’t.
It is a very confusing situation,” said John MacCarthy, the RIA’s director of research.”
The government needs to change its pronunciation policy,” he added.”
Dance music is the UK’s biggest music export, so it is a real problem when the country does not pronounce its own name.”
The change was announced on the official Government website on Tuesday.