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Author Profile: Patrick Egan

This author has published 17 articles so far. More info about the author is coming soon.
(For Zotero version 4.0.29.1) Introduction What is Zotero? How do you use Zotero? And, how can a researcher get the most out of it? In recent weeks, I have been sending out questionaires my colleagues who are pursuing MAs, PhDs and postgraduate studies. I wanted to know how people organise their research. I asked them some simple questions about...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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A 101-year-old woman who is thought to have been the first private collector of Irish traditional music has donated her collection to the Irish Traditional Music Archive. Anne Gannon began recording local musicians in 1954 - including her father Bernard, who was originally from Argentina.
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Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Outreach is delighted to announce that yet another online resource of fieldwork material has been published. Located at www.peterkennedyarchive.org, this website will be of considerable interest for researchers on Outreach and indeed any scholar researching the traditional music and song of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Subtitled, "A unique...

Musique Concrete

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Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Great introduction to Musique Concrete - Reminds me of Lee Scratch Perry and the world of dub And from this article - "Dub, of course, developed out of reggae, as producers engaged in a “remixing” process of sorts that, like most remixing today, was not just a rearranging of parts but also the addition of other aural elements. As I learned more ...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Song-tunes and Tune-songs I have setup this page to gather an index of tune-songs and song-tunes in traditional Irish music. For example, where a tune is regularly played in music sessions that also has lyrics. Or on the other hand, songs that have been sung to a tune.  This is not a paper or a thesis, but purely an area of inter...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

This author has published 17 articles so far. More info about the author is coming soon.
Saturday 30 April 2016 (10.15 – 4.30)Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 2HUHow is violence in contemporary Mexico impacting on music-making and other forms creative engagement, and conversely? What are the methodological challenges of exploring this empirically? The workshop will bring together established academics, post-doctoral scholar...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Dear Outreach friends, Perhaps you may like to know of two new websites which I recently built. The first, at http://www.sssa.llc.ed.ac.uk/whalsay/ This could be helpful to anyone interested in singing traditions and British/irish ballad and song repertories. It features over 100 recordings made in the Shetland island of Whalsay during my resea...
Author Profile: Gemma Farrell

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The first Musedelica symposium will be held June 14-15th, 2016 at the Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. The symposium will bring together students, early career researchers, independent researchers and music producers from the field of psychedelic music and related areas. The symposium focusses on psychedelic music, es...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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Here is a link to the resource, "Digital Dynamics Across Cultures", which is an interactive website that focuses on the cultural protocols of the Warumungu people from Central Australia. One most interesting things about this website is that the project members maintain a sophisticated method for partially or completely blocking access to certain c...