Printed Materials, May 2013

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

Carpenter, Andrew, 'Virile vernaculars: radical sexuality as social subversion in Irish chapbook verse, 1780–1820' in United islands?: the languages of resistance, John Kirk, Andrew Noble & Michael Brown, eds, London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012.  ISBN 9781848933408. pp. 141–51

Clements, Paul, 'Bard of Bell Harbour' in Burren country: travels through an Irish limestone landscape, Collins Press, 2011.  ISBN 9781848891173 (pbk.) pp. 205–15.  Author meets singer Seán Tyrrell

Clements, Paul, 'Music of the sea' in Burren country: travels through an Irish limestone landscape as above, pp. 149–166. Author's experience of traditional music sessions

Connell, Joseph E.A., Jr. 'A soldier's song = Amhrán na bhFiann' in History Ireland vol. 21, no 2 (March/April 2013), p. 66

Crane, Joseph,  'Ríonach uí Ógáin & Tom Sherlock, eds, The otherworld: music and song from the Irish tradition (Comhairle Bhéaloideas Éireann, 2012)' in An píobaire vol. 9, no 2 (April 2013), pp. 18–19. Review article

Davis, Leith, 'Charlotte Brooke's Reliques of Irish poetry: eighteenth-century Irish song and the politics of remediation' in United islands?: the languages of resistance as above, pp. 95–198

Doherty, Rosemarie, ed, Hotels, holidaymakers and heretics: an account of Ballyliffin, the Isle of Doagh and surrounding areas, Ballyliffin, Co Donegal: Ballyliffin Rural Enterprises, 2012.  iv+226 pp. (pbk.).  Local history including west Inishowen singing and music traditions

Foley, Catherine E., 'The Irish céilí: a site for constructing, experiencing, and negotiating a sense of community and identity' in Dance research vol. 29, no 1 (2011), pp. 43–60. PDF file

Fyfe, Peter, 'The Dubliners, 50 years (Irish Music Licensing, 2012)' in FiddleOn no 40 (spring/summer 2013), p. 43. CD review article

Herlihy, Dan, Sliabh Luachra music masters. Vol 2, Herlihy, 2007. 88 pp. ISBN 0954642511 (pbk.)

McGuire, Peter, 'Enter the otherworld, Ríonach uí Ógáin & Tom Sherlock, eds., The otherworld: music and song from the Irish tradition (Comhairle Bhéaloideas Éireann, 2012)' in UCD today (spring 2013),  p. 5

'Martin Fay 1936-2012' in FiddleOn as above, p. 23. Obituary of musician

Morley, Vincent, 'Homology, analogy and the perception of Irish radicalism' in United islands?: the languages of resistance as above, pp. 109–123

Moulden, John, 'Singing in Ballyliffin and the Isle of Doagh' in Hotels, holidaymakers and heretics as above, pp. 157–176

Moylan, Terry, 'Two waltzes from Willie Rowsome' in An píobaire vol. 9, no 2 (Apr. 2013), pp. 16–17

New Time Ensemble, A year in Ireland: tune book, New Time Ensemble, 2010. [ii]+19 pp. (pbk.)

Ní Shiadhail, Niamh, Meidhbhín Ní Úrdail & Ríonach uí Ógáin, eds, Sealbhú an traidisiúin Baile Átha Cliath: Comhairle Bhéaloideas Éireann, 2013. viii+111 pp. ISBN 9780956562845 (pbk.) Contents. Editors: Réamhra; Na húdair; Ríonach uí Ógáin: Chun tairbhe an traidisiúin: fairsinge agus tábhacht an chláir amhrán; Ciarán Ó Gealbháin: Caoineadh Liam Uí Raghallaigh agus a thuras aduaidh; Méadhbh Nic An Airchinnigh: Traidisiún na caointeoireachta in Éirinn agus sa Ghréig: staidéar comparáideach traschultúrtha; Róisín Nic Dhonncha: Ag oibriú an traidisiún: leanúnachas agus cruthaitheacht sa amhránaíocht ar na sean-nós; Diarmuid Ó Giolláin: Coincheap an traidisiúin i léann an bhéaloidis; Máire Ní Neachtain: Nach breá and cainteoir é, bail ó Dhia air; Peadar Ó Ceannabháin: 'D'aithneoinn do ghlór: tógáil agus gabháil na namhrán in Iorras Aintheach; Lillis Ó Laoire: Ceol agus amhránaíocht; Seán Ó Duinnshléibhe: Aiste na nIarthar: an dán agus mar a tháinig sé anuas

OCarroll, Niall, & Ellen O Carroll, 'An old Irish bagpipe chanter made of yew' in An píobaire as above, pp. 22–24

O'Hara, Aidan, Atlantic Gaels: links between Donegal and the Hebrides, Isle of Lewis: The Islands Book Trust, 2013. 44 p. ISBN 9781907443497 (pbk.). Musical links explored

Parkes, Sophie, 'Rioghnach Connolly'' in Froots no 359 (May 2013), p 17.  Article on Armagh singer with traditional music, song & dance background

Pomerantz, Jason, ed., & Lisa Yannucci, Irish kids songs & rhymes: plus many beloved traditional songs, Mama Lisa, 2012. [ix]+69 pp. ISBN 9781478176725 (pbk.)

Rowsome, Caitríona, The fox chase arranged for harp, Dublin: Rowsome, 2011. 4 pp. (pbk.). With CD.  Harp arrangement of version of Edward Keating Hyland's Fox Chase (1799). Set to new storyline, extended & adapted from An maidrín ruadh

Slattery, Bill, 'The piper in the crib' in An píobaire as above, pp. 20–21.  Images of pastoral pipes and review of William Kennedy Piping Festival 2012

Talty, Brid, As we met ..., Talty, 2013. 274 pp. ISBN 9780957574304 (pbk.).  Biography of musician Martin Talty

Vallely, Fintan, et al, eds, Crosbhealach an Cheoil: The Crossroads Conference 2003: education and traditional music Dublin: Whinstone Music, 2013. 308 pp. ISBN 9780951156957 (pbk.). Contents. Fintan Vallely: Preface; Editors: Introduction; Biographies; Tom Munnelly: When learning went round in song; Barry Taylor: From flag floor to concert platform: passing on the tradition; Caoimhín Mac Aoidh: The blood red tear and the hidden note; Matt Cranitch: Learning and teaching outside the tradition; Frank Claudy: The challenge of meaningful group teaching at Irish festivals and summer schools: lessons from adult learning theory and the psychosocial literature; Séamus Mac Mathúna & Siobhán Ní Chonaráin: The Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann experience; Muiris Ó Rócháin: The development of Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy; Mick Coyne: Teaching the uilleann pipes: the efficacy of specialist teaching in the climate of revival; Tes Slominski: Creating a livable present: organising Irish traditional music in Central Virginia; Cinzia Yates-Curtis: Traditional music teaching by Mike Boulton on the Isle of Man; Stan Reeves: Rebuilding community with music; Pierre Crépillon: Teaching the teachers: teaching traditional music in the conservatoire; Eithne Vallely: Teaching practice, publication and innovation in the thirty-seven years of Armagh Pipers' Club; Margaret Bennett: Understanding the heart and soul: more than just notes, the cultural context of traditional music and song; Alistair Anderson: Bringing traditional music to the university; Jo Miller: Issues in teaching traditional music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow; Frode Nyvold: Defining folk music in an educational situation: a changing concept; Gunnar Stubseid: Fiddling education: problems and successes of the Folk in the Academy; Sally K. Sommers Smith: When do we get to the Clancy Brothers?: teaching Irish traditional music in an Americal liberal-arts college; Aileen Dillane: Ethnomusicology, discourse and Irish traditional music; Paul McGettrick: Third-level education in Irish traditional music: challenges, opportunities, and the impact of technology; Conal Ó Gráda: Scoiltrad: using the internet to teach Irish traditional music; Karen Marshalsay: A HOTBED of learning: handing on tradition by electronic dissemination; John Moulden: The traditional song education pack; Marie McCarthy: The confluence of school music and traditional music making in Ireland: historical perspectives inform contemporary practices; Barry Burgess: Back to the future: traditional music in a 21st century curriculum; Martin Dowling: Arts Council of Northern Ireland approaches to traditional music education; Johanne Devlin Trew: Traditional music and education policy in Newfoundland; Janet Harbison: Ancient, diverse and still evolving: the Irish harp; Philip V. Bohlman: Top-down, inside-out, in-between ... global directions to the crossroads; Seán Corcoran: Canons, curricula and power in Irish music; Mel Mercier: Beautifully held space: making music and talking about music; Anthony McCann: Questioning educational strategies: the challenges of radical pedagogy in discussions about Irish traditional culture; Bob Newton: The music that dare not speak its name: teaching the musical traditions of the Celtic world

Walsh, Kristin Harris, 'Mick Moloney, J'aime Morrison & Colin Quigley, eds, Close to the floor: Irish dance from the boreen to Broadway (Macater Press, 2008)' in Musicultures vol. 39, no 2 (2012) pp. 194–95. Review