Printed Materials, May 2017

Recently published books, articles & theses in Irish traditional music, May 2017

Barnard, Toby, Brought to book: print in Ireland, 16801784 Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2017. 395 pp. ISBN 9781846826290 (hbk)

Corcoran, Brendan, 'Flowing tides: history and memory in an Irish soundscape Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016' in New Hibernia Review vol. 20, no 4 (Winter 2016), pp. 144–152. Review

Farrell, Anna Mary, There is no nation without a language (Ní tír ga teanga): language policy and the Irish Dancing Commission Thesis (PhD): University of Minnesota, 2017. x+228 pp. (PDF)

Fitzpatrick, Marjorie, Music and power in eighteenth-century court society: Handel's Messiah and Protestant Ascendancy Lewiston, New York, and Lampeter, Wales: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2016. 571 pp. ISBN 9781495504495

Kelly, Michael, 'The Cloonfad piper.  Part 2' in An píobaire vol. 13, no 2 (April 2017), pp. 18–23.

Lyth, David, Bowing styles in Irish fiddle playing. 3 volumes. Lyth, [retrieved online April 2017] (PDF)

McCullough, L.E., What whistle would you play at your mother's funeral? L.E. McCullough's writings on Irish traditional music, 1974-2016.  Volume I. Dissertation & theses Woodbridge, New Jersey: Silver Spear Publications, 2017. 284 pp. ISBN 9780997037135 (pbk) 

McCullough, L.E.What whistle would you play at your mother's funeral? L.E. McCullough's writings on Irish traditional music, 1974-2016.  Volume II. Everything else Woodbridge, New Jersey: Silver Spear Publications, 2017. 442 pp. ISBN 9780997037135 (pbk) 

Moloney, Mick, Across the Western Ocean: songs of leaving and arriving Hamden, CT: Quinnipiac University Press, 2016. 55 pp. ISBN 9780997837438 (pbk) + CD

Morley, Vincent, The popular mind in eighteenth-century Ireland Cork: Cork University Press, 2017. ix+362 pp. ISBN 9781782052081 (hbk)

Ó Murchú, Tomás L., 'Caoineadh ar an Ridire Séamas Mac Éamoinn Mac Coitir (c. 1630–1705)' in Eighteenth-Century Ireland: iris an dá chultúr vol 31 (2016), pp. 139–169

Trinity College Traditional Music Society,  Tunes from Trinity: new traditional Irish music compositions of Trinity College Dublin Dublin: Trinity College Traditional Music Society, [2017]. 60 pp. (pbk). + Online recordings