Printed Materials, March 2016

Recently published books, articles & theses in Irish traditional music, March 2016

Rpa Mar 2016

Boardman, Ken, But it's only a name: an historical novel about Ireland and the Irish diaspora inspired by the tune names of O'Neill's 1001 [S.l.]: Ken Boardman, 2015. [xiv]+716 pp. ISBN 9781518604928 (pbk.).

De Grae, Paul, 'Creative misreading: the rambles of the "Pitchfork"' in An píobaire vol. 12, no 1 (January 2016), pp. 19–25

Finnegan, Dearbhail, Traditional Irish harp arrangements.  Volume one Co. Meath: Dearbhail Finnegan, 2011. [ii]+ 16 pp. (pbk.). 2nd ed.

Garvin, Wilbert, 'Seanchas: pipers in '98' in An píobaire as above, p. 28.

Gaul, Liam, 'Seanchas: Jack Devereux (1910–99)' in An píobaire as above, pp. 26–27

Gilmore, Brian, ‘Bob Maxwell of Ardgonnell – the composer of “The true Orange dingers” ballad, and an account of the 1823 affray at Crann’, Dúiche Néill. Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society no 23 (2016), pp. 98−114

Griffiths, Jane, ed., Traditional fiddle: a practical introduction to styles from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. ISBN 9780193392793, 56 pp. (pbk.) + CD

Griffin, Michael, 'Carol Baraniuk, James Orr, poet and Irish radical: poetry and song in the Age of Revolution.  No 5 (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2014)' in Eighteenth-century Ireland: iris an dá chultúr vol. 30 (2015), pp. 181–183. Review article

Kjus, Audun, 'Gaelic grace notes: the musical expedition of Ole Mork Sandvik to Ireland and Scotland. Séamas Ó Catháin (Oslo: The Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture, 2014)' in Béaloideas iml. 83 (2015), pp. 162–163. Review article

Lindahl, Carl, 'Wayfaring strangers: the musical journey from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia. Fiona Ritchie & Doug Orr (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2014)' in Béaloideas as above, pp. 164–166. Review article

Mac Gabhann, Séamus, ‘Forging Irish cultural identity: the scholar-poets of Meath and their influence’, in Meath history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county, Arlene Crampsie & Francis Ludlow eds, Dublin: Geography Publications, 2015, pp. 305−28

Ní Chonghaile, Deirdre, ''Sagart gan iomrádh': An tAthair Domhnall Ó Morchadha (1858–1935) agus amhráin Pennsylvania' in Litríocht na Gaeilge ar fud an domhain: cruthú, caomhnú agus athbheochan.  Iml. I (Baile Átha Cliath: LeabhairComhar, 2015), pp. 191–232

Ní Fhloinn, Bairbre 'On the edge: portrayals of travellers and others in Irish popular tradition' in Béaloideas as above, pp. 128–157

Ní Mhunghaile, Lesa, ‘The Irish language in County Meath, 1700−1900’, in Meath history and society as above, pp. 547−72

Ó Gealbháin, Ciaran, 'Raiftearaí's "Máire Ní Eidhin" in the Waterford song tradition' in Béaloideas as above, pp. 1–15

Ó Laoire, Lillis, 'Street ballads in nineteenth-century Britain, Ireland and North America: the interface between print and written traditions. David Atkinson & Steve Roud, eds (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014)' in Béaloideas as above, pp. 189–192. Review article

Pine, Richard, The disappointed bridge: Ireland and the Post-Colonial world Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. ISBN 9781443858939, xxx+598 pp. (hbk.). Includes articles on Thomas Moore and Seán Ó Riada

uí Ógáin, Ríonach, '''Cailín deas crúite na mbó" and the impact of the folklore collector' in Béaloideas as above, pp. 96–110