Printed Materials, September 2010

Recently published books, articles & theses in Irish traditional music, July–Aug. 2010

Brown, Stephen, Elizabeth Hirschman & Pauline Maclaren, ‘Comparing representation practices between Northern Ireland and Appalachia’ in Two continents, one culture: the Scotch-Irish in southern Appalachia, Johnson City, Tennessee: The Overmountain Press, 2006. ISBN 9781570723018 (hbk.), pp. 2334

Buck, Trevor, ‘Oisín Mac Diarmada: Téada’s founder member’ in FiddleOn no 32 (summer–autumn 2010), pp. 125

Carolan, Nicholas, ed., A collection of the most celebrated Irish tunes proper for the violin, German flute or hautboy by John & William Neal. Dublin [1724]. Second facsimile ed. with introduction & notes by Nicholas Carolan. Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive in association with the Folk Music Society of Ireland, 2010. xiv, 118 pp. ISBN 9780953270439 (hbk.)

Carolan, Nicholas, ‘Shakespeare’s uilleann pipes’ in An píobaire vol. 6, no 3 (July 2010), pp. 248. On the terms for the uilleann pipes

Carpenter, Andrew, ‘Garbling and jumbling: printing from dictation in eighteenth-century Limerick’ in Oral and print cultures in Ireland, 1600–1900, eds Marc Caball & Andrew Carpenter, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2010. ISBN 9781846821950 (hbk.), pp. 32-46. On chapbooks

Carson, Ciaran, ‘The raw bar’ in The journal of music vol. 2, no 3 (Aug.–Sept. 2010), pp. 368

Dicaire, David, The early years of folk music: fifty founders of the tradition, Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010. ix, 242 pp. ISBN 9780786444311 (pbk.). Includes articles on Turlough Carolan, Denis O’Hampsey [Hempson] & Edward Bunting

Duggan, Bryan & Brendan O’Shea, ‘Tunepal: disseminating a music information retrieval system to the traditional Irish music community’ Dublin: School of Computing, DIT, 2010. 6 pp. Online article

Irish folk music: reel, uilleann pipes, Altan concert tours, folk music of Ireland, céilidh, sean-nós song, The Voice of the People, set dancing, Irish flute, Cunnla, The Permanent Cure, lilting, Willie Clancy Summer School, Peigín Leitir Móir, Memphis, Tennessee: Books LLC, 2010. vi, 95 pp. ISBN 9781156999073 (pbk.)

The Irish harp (attun'd to freedom): a collection of patriotic songs selected for Paddy's amusement [1798], Michigan: ECCO Print Editions, 2010. [12], 96, [3] pp. ISBN 9781170740781 (pbk.). Print ed. of digital scan

Irish music: Donegal fiddle tradition, Irish traditional music session, Castlebar Song Contest, Eleanor McEvoy, music of Ireland, sean-nós song, Isle of Innisfree, Childline concert, Road Records, Irish accordion in the United States, an Góilín, Out there, Memphis, Tennessee: Books LLC, 2010. vi, 102 pp. ISBN 9781157327448 (pbk.)

The Irish nosegay: or, songster's companion: being a select collection of the newest and best songs of every species, and adapted to persons of every kind of taste ... also a variety of country-dances, toasts, sentiments, &c [1789], Michigan: ECCO Print Editions, 2010. [15], 172 pp. ISBN 9781170740415 (pbk.). Print ed. of digital scan

Kelly, Cillian, Mikel Gainza, David Dorran & Eugene Coyle, ‘Audio thumbnail generation of Irish traditional music’ Dublin: Audio Research Group, DIT, 2010. 6 pp. Online article

Kelly, Cillian, Mikel Gainza, David Dorran & Eugene Coyle, ‘Locating tune changes and providing a semantic labelling of sets of Irish traditional tunes’ Dublin: Audio Research Group, DIT, 2010. 6 pp. Online article

Kelly, Cillian, Mikel Gainza, David Dorran & Eugene Coyle, ‘Structural segmentation of music using set accented tones’ New York: Audio Engineering Society, 2008. 10 pp. Convention paper presented at the 124th convention of the Audio Engineering Society 1720 May 2008, Amsterdam

Kimberling, Clark, Solos for soprano recorder. Collection 3: Irish melodies, Pacific, MO: Mel Bay / Bill’s Music Shelf, 2009. 50 pp. ISBN 9780786662012 (pbk.)

Kuntz, Andrew, ‘Fiddle tune history: a question of provenance’ in Fiddler magazine vol. 17, no 3 (fall 2010), pp. 36-9

MacDonald, Darach, Blood & thunder: inside an Ulster Protestant band, Cork: Mercier Press, 2010. 352 pp. ISBN 9781856356725 (pbk.)

Milner, Dan, The coalesence of the American popular song idiom: New York, 1820, Thesis (MA): Hunter College of the City University of New York, 2009. 65 pp.

Milner, Dan, ‘Get ready for the Civil War’ in Voices: the journal of New York folklore vol. 36 (spring–summer 2010). American Civil War songs including those with Irish connections. Online article

The modern syren: or, enchanting songstress: being a new and select collection of the most admired and favourite English, Scots, and Irish songs, catches, glees ... [1781], Michigan: ECCO Print Editions, 2010. [5], 3–380 pp. ISBN 9781170744420 (pbk.) Print ed. of digital scan

Moulden, John, I was traced to Belfast: two Irish rogues in Ayrshire and their stories in song, Ballyliffin, Co. Donegal: John Moulden, 2010. 28 pp. (pbk.)

Moulden, John, ‘“James Cleland his book”: the library of a small farming family in early nineteenth-century Co. Down’ in Oral and print cultures in Ireland, 1600–1900, eds. Marc Caball & Andrew Carpenter, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2010. ISBN 9781846821950 (hbk.), pp. 10218

The new entertaining frisky songster: or, muses holiday: being a collection of favourite English, Scots, and Irish songs, catches, &c. [1700], Michigan: ECCO Print Editions, 2010. [188] pp. ISBN 9781170760147 (pbk.). Print ed. of digital scan

The nightingale: being a collection of the best Scots, English, and Irish songs: to which is added, toasts, sentiments, and hob-nobs [1791], Michigan: ECCO Print Editions, 2010. [5], 8, 100 pp. ISBN 9781170043127 (pbk.) Print ed. of digital scan

Ní Mhunghaile, Lesa, ‘The intersection between oral tradition, manuscript, and print cultures in Charlotte Brooke's Reliques of Irish poetry (1789)’ in Oral and print cultures in Ireland, 1600–1900 as above, pp. 1431

O’Laughlin, Michael C., An illustrated history: Irish songs, singers & sheet music, Kansas City, MO: Irish Genealogical Foundation, 2010. 60 pp. ISBN 9780940134478 (pbk.)

Parkes, Sophie, ‘Emma Sweeney: the English-born Irish fiddler’ in FiddleOn as above, pp. 301

Palm, Sabrina, ‘Gary Leahy: ein Irischer Bogenmacher in Paris’ in Irland Journal vol. 21, no 2 (2010), pp. 578. About a bow maker

Pine, Richard, Charles: the life and world of Charles Acton 1914–1999, Dublin: The Lilliput Press, 2010. xii, 412 pp. ISBN 9781843511656 (hbk.). Reviewer of music including Irish traditional music

Scahill, Adrian, ‘John O’Flynn, The Irishness of Irish music (Ashgate, 2009)’ in Ethnomusicology forum vol. 19, no 1 (June 2010), pp. 124126. Review

Schlepper-Connolly, Benedict, ‘Ties that bind: a rootless generation needs an updated idea of folk music’ in The journal of music as above, pp. 14–5

Small, Jackie, & Pat Mitchell, ‘The O'Connor Don reel’ in An píobaire as above, pp. 1823

Smyth, Gerry, ‘Irish music: what it is and what we think it is’ in Irish studies review vol. 18, no 3 (August 2010), pp. 35963. Review

Taaffe, Brendan, ‘“Up to your knees in sand”: practical hints on Irish fiddling: Patrick Kelly’ in Fiddler magazine as above, pp. 401

Thurston, Donna, Irish music in Wellington: a study of a local music community, Thesis (MA): University of Wellington, 2010. 133 pp. Online thesis

Uí Chéilleachair, Áine, ‘Ó Chaisleán Ó gConaing dtí Rinn Ó gCuanach’ in An linn bhuí: iris Ghaeltacht na nDéise uimh. 14 (2010), pp. 11–31. Article on the life of Anne Mulqueen

The Ulster drum, Belfast: Ulster-Scots Agency, [200-?]. [69] pp. ISBN 9780956235220 (pbk.)

Wells, Paul F., ‘Irish music in America’ in Ethnic & border music: a regional exploration, ed. Norm Cohen, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2007. ISBN 9780313331923 (hbk.), pp. 23–5

William, Nicholas, ‘Gaelic texts and English script’ in Oral and print cultures in Ireland, 1600–1900 as above, pp. 85-101. Includes song texts