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    • The Given Note traditional music, crisis and the poetry of Seamus Heaney 

      Crosson, Seán (Palgrave, 2011)
      This paper proposes that at a time when Northern Ireland increasingly descended into civil strife and crisis, Seamus Heaney looked to landscape, and to a lesser but comparable, extent traditional music, to articulate a ...
    • "The Given Note": traditional music and modern Irish poetry 

      Crosson, Seán (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008)
      "The oldest records indicate that the performance of poetry in Gaelic Ireland was normally accompanied by music, providing a point of continuity with past tradition while bolstering a sense of community in the present. ...
    • ‘Introduction’ In: Crisis and Contemporary Poetry 

      Karhio, Anne; Crosson, Seán; Armstrong, Charles I. (Palgrave, 2011)
      This collection of essays addresses poetic and critical responses to the various crises encountered by contemporary writers and our society. The essays included discuss a range of issues from the holocaust, the Troubles ...
    • Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill: Reclaiming women's voice from song 

      Crosson, Seán (University of Sunderland Press, 2005)
      Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill is one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary Irish literature. Her work, drawing on Irish mythology, folklore and orature has also attracted considerable international acclaim and has been ...
    • Performance and music in the poetry of Ciaran Carson 

      Crosson, Seán (Nordic Irish Studies, 2004)
      Ciaran Carson has established a reputation as one of Ireland's most important poetic voices. However, Carson is also an accomplished musician whose work reflects the liminal borderland that has always existed between Irish ...
    • Traditional music and song and the poetry of Thomas Kinsella 

      Crosson, Seán (Nordic Irish Studies, 2008)
      Music and song are both important influences on, and themes in, the poetry of Thomas Kinsella. His poetry also features several individuals associated with music, none more frequently than his close friend, the composer ...