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A journey of found and lost: The concept of East Galway regional style in Irish traditional music
(Department of Folklore and Ethnology, UCC, 2008)
[No abstract available]
From Milan to Kilbaha: Bronzing Irish traditional music
(Irish American Cultural Institute, 2019)
Monuments represent important anchoring devices, tying “collective remembering” to physical places and mobilizing a sense of shared memory and identity consolidation (Rowlands and Tilley 500).1 In the specifically Irish ...
Musical statues: Monumentalising Irish traditional music
(Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015)
The year 2016 has generated a considerable degree of both academic and popular interest into processes of remembering and public forms of commemoration which in turn provoke questions about the meaning and interpretation ...
The crustiest and most personally unbiddable of instruments : Éamonn Ceannt and the pipes
(Na Píobairí Uilleann, 2016-04)
É is perhaps one of the least AMONN CEANNT well-known leaders of the 1916 Rising. De- 1 scribed variously as a reserved, quiet, somewhat taciturn and private figure, he has been easily eclipsed by ies amongst the other ...
Locating the centre: Irish traditional music and re-traditionalisation at the Willie Clancy Summer School
(Irish Academic Press, 2013-05-01)
The Willie Clancy Summer School is the foremost school for Irish traditional music transmission and practice in the annual Irish traditional music calendar. !e particular success of the Willie Clancy Week (as it is more ...
The man and his music: Gender representation, cultural capital and the Irish traditional music canon
(International Council for Traditional Music Ireland (ICTM Ireland), 2021-03-27)
Through a re-examination of canonical Irish traditional music texts and the music-making spaces and practices these inform, this paper proposes that Irish traditional music, as social practice, has normalised hegemonic ...