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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...