Printed Materials, July 2013

Recently published books, articles & theses in Irish traditional music, July 2013

Bauer, Mick, ‘Playing a C chanter over D drones’ in Pipers’ review (winter 2013), pp. 2–8
 
Beiner, Guy, ‘Recycling Irish popular culture’ in Ordinary Irish life: music, sport and culture, Meabh Ní Fhuartháin & David M. Doyle, eds, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2013. ISBN 9780716531548 (hbk.) pp. 5–20. Focus on song The night before Larry was stretched
 
Beisswenger, Drew, with Connie O’Connell, Irish fiddle music from Counties Cork and Kerry: featuring the tunes of Pádraig O’Keeffe, Denis Murphy and Connie O’Connell, Pacific, MO: Mel Bay, 2012. 135 pp. ISBN 9780786683758 (pbk.). With CD. Transcriptions of 107 tunes
 
Blankenhorn, Virginia, ‘Observations on the performance of Irish syllabic verse’ in Studia Celtica XLIV (2010), pp. 135–54
 
Bluett, Syd, ‘Melody man’ in Books Ireland (summer 2013), pp. 10–11. Review of The road from Castlebarnagh: growing up in Irish music, Paddy O'Brien
 
Boullier, Nigel, Handed down: country fiddling & dancing in east & central Down, Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012. 525 pp. ISBN 9781908448514 (hbk.)
 
Brook, Geoffrey, ‘Goldsmith and the flute’ in Pan, the flute magazine (December 2008), pp. 45–47 
 
Carolan, Nicholas, Courtney's 'union pipes' and the terminology of Irish bellows-blown bagpipes, Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2012. 115 pp. PDF online
 
Commins, Verena, ‘Locating the centre: Irish traditional music and re-traditionalisation at the Willie Clancy Summer School’ in Ordinary Irish life: music, sport and culture as above, pp. 99–114
 
Cronin, Maura, ‘Broadside literature and popular political opinion in Munster, 1800–1820’ in Cultures of radicalism in Britain and Ireland, John Kirk, Michael Brown & Andrew Nobel, eds, London: Pickering & Chatto, 2013. ISBN 9781848933446 pp. 145–57
 
Donnelly, Jr., James S., ‘Bishop Michael Browne of Galway (1937–76) and the regulation of public morality’ in New Hibernia review (spring 2013), pp. 16–39. Attitudes to dance in twentieth-century Ireland
 
Foley, Catherine E., ‘Negotiating boundaries in Irish step-dance performance practice: Colin Dunne and Piano One’ in Inbhear (spring 2010), pp. 56–62
 
Foley, Catherine E., Irish traditional step dancing in North Kerry: a contextual and structural analysis, Listowel, Co. Kerry: North Kerry Literary Trust, 2012. xvii+251 pp. ISBN 9780957020146 (hbk.). With DVD
 
Galyean, Crystal N., Hanging the harp on the willow tree: music and national identity in postcolonial Ireland, Thesis (MA): Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, 2012. [iv]+106 pp. 
 
Gareiss, Nicholas, Queering the Feis: an examination of the expression of alternative sexual identity in competitive Irish step dance in Ireland, Thesis (MA): Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick, 2012. 80 pp.
 
Gillespie, Raymond, ‘Music and song in early eighteenth-century Belfast’ in Irish provincial cultures in the long eighteenth century: making the middle sort, Raymond Gillespie & R.F. Foster, eds, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2012. pp.155–169
 
Gillies, William, ‘Music and Gaelic strict-metre poetry’ in Studia Celtica as above, pp. 111–34
 
‘Gráinne Yeats (1923–2013): obituary’ in Sound post (summer 2013), p.11
 
Granville, Aoife, We never died a winter yet: the Sráid Eoin Wrenboys of Dingle: music, community and identity, Thesis (PhD): University College Cork, 2012. 300 pp. 
 
Grismayer, Tasha, ‘The dance of Ireland: traditional Irish dance tunes and their dances’ in OMEA Professional Development Conference, 17 February 2012. 9 pp.
 
Haines, Simon, ‘Frankie Gavin’ in Living tradition (June/July 2013), pp. 30–33
 
Halpenny, Michael, ‘The rock hit of 1724 and Tommy McCullough's boots’ in Sound post vol. 11, no 1 (spring 2013), pp. 9–10. Review of Neal Collection lecture and recital in National Library of Ireland 2012
 
Hannon, Patrick, Tuning in: key audience issues for public service broadcaster, RTE Radio (1995–2012), Thesis (M.Phil): Dublin Institute of Technology, 2013. xxv+404 pp.
 
Hughes, Tom, ‘The cow that ate the piper’ in Chanter (summer 2013), pp. 42–43
 
Irwin, Colin, ‘Mary Dillon’ in Froots (June 2013), p. 18
 
Keegan, Niall, ‘The parameters of style in Irish traditional music’ in Inbhear as above, pp. 63–96
 
Kenan, Sean, ‘Kevin Burke: dedicated to the music’ in Fiddler magazine (summer 2013), pp. 4–6
 
Kuntz, Andrew, ‘Fiddle tune history: Vive la.  Part one’ in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 28–32
 
Larchet, John F., Two traditional Irish airs: Mac Ananty's reel [&] The dirge of Ossian: full score for string orchestra, London: Novello, 2005. [ii]+15 pp. (pbk.)
 
Mac Aoidh, Caoimhín, ‘The waltz in Ireland’ in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 25–27
 
Mac Aoidh, Caoimhín, ‘The traditional music of Donegal’ in An historical, environmental and cultural atlas of county Donegal, Jim Mac Laughlin & Seán Beattie, eds, Cork: Cork University Press, 2013. ISBN 9781859184943 pp. 450–57
 
Maxfield, Liz Davis, & Jonathan Feist, ed., The Irish cello book: traditional tunes and techniques, Boston: Berklee Press, 2013. x+162 pp. ISBN 9780876391372 (pbk.). With CD
 
Mejia, April, Monday night Irish: engendering Irish identity at the Celtic Arts Center in Los Angeles, Thesis (MA): California State University, 2013. xi+117 pp.
 
Moran, Angela, Irish music abroad: diasporic sounds in Birmingham, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. x+211 pp. ISBN 9781443840378 (hbk.)
 
Morrison-Petronio, J’aime, ‘Geographies of movement’ in Inbhear as above, pp. 47–55
 
Murphy, Pat, ‘Foilmore set’ in Set dancing news (June-July 2013), p. 30. Dance notation
 
Ní Chonghaile, Deirdre,In search of America: Sidney Robertson Cowell in Ireland in 1955–1956’ in The journal of American folklore vol. 126, no 500 (spring 2013), pp. 174–200
 
Ó Cíosáin, Niall, ‘Popular song, readers and language: printed anthologies in Irish and Scottish Gaelic, 1780–1820' in Cultures of radicalism in Britain & Ireland as above, pp.129–44
 
Ó Conghaile, Micheál, comp; Lochlainn Ó Tuairisg & Peadar Ó Ceannabháin, eds, Leabhar mór na namhrán, Indreabhán, Conamara: Cló Iar-Chonnacht, 2012. 877 pp. ISBN 97819093675868 (hbk.)
 
O'Donnell, Mary Louise, ‘Death of an icon: deconstructing the Irish harp emblem in the Celtic Tiger years’ in Journal of Society for Musicology in Ireland vol. 8 (2012–13) pp. 21–39 (pdf online)
 
Ó Laoire, Lillis, ‘Donegal: makers, songs and singers’ in An historical, environmental and cultural atlas of county Donegal as above, pp. 440–47
 
Ó Póil, T., & J. Timoney, T. Lysaght, V. Lazzarini, R. Voigh, ‘Subtractive synthesis modelling of the Irish uilleann pipes’ in Irish Sound Science and Technology Conference 2012, August 1–2 2012, Cork, Ireland. 31 slides
 
Ó Súilleabháin, Mícheál, ‘A litany of the saints: musical quotations and influences in the music of Tommie Potts’ in Inbhear as above, pp. 1–46 
 
Powell, John Stocks ‘The harp that once on Ireland's coins’ in History Ireland (May June 2013), p. 25. History of the harp on Irish coins since 1534
 
Quigley, Colin, ‘Vernacular sociality and regional iconicity in step dance’ in Inbhear as above, pp. 97–108
 
Quinn, D.M., ‘Making keys for uilleann pipes. Part 3’ in Pipers’ review as above, pp. 9–16
 
Scoggins, Michael C., The Scotch-Irish influence on country music in the Carolinas: border ballads, fiddle tunes & sacred songs, Charleston, SC: History Press, 2013. 174 pp. ISBN 9781609499532 (pbk.)
 
Stecher, Jody, ‘Johnnie Cope and Angus Allan Gillis’ in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 40–43
 
Stoebel, Lauren Weintraub, ‘Traditional music and musical community in 21st century Dublin’ in Ordinary Irish life: music, sport and culture as above, pp. 81–97
 
Taaffe, Brendan, ‘Up to your knees in sand: practical hints on Irish fiddling [left hand]’ in Fiddler magazine as above,  p. 39
 
Taylor, Malcolm, ‘The Full English’ in EDS (summer 2013), pp. 20–21. The EFDSS Digital Library
 
Wallis, Geoff, ‘House of trad: what goes on behind the door of the Irish Traditional Music Archive’ in Froots no 361 (July 2013), pp. 49–51
 
Waltham, John, ‘Jimmy McBride: song collecting in Inishowen’ in Living tradition as above, pp. 22–25
 
Wild, Mike, ‘Concertina Cruinniú Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare, Ireland, February 8–10 2013’ in Concertina world: magazine of the International Concertina Association, no 454 (2013), pp. 11–22