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Patrick Egan

Patrick Egan

Ethnomusicologist, musician, digital humanist and web developer, currently an early career researcher at University College Cork. PhD in Digital Humanities with Ethnomusicology. Current research interests include; classification and classificatory thinking.
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Siberia Extreme - Chyskyyrai, Tim Hodgkinson and Ken Hyder (2019)Produced by Misha Maltsev © iLRLP001 Indigenous LifeformsView on Discogs.com or at Bandcamp.com Those who may be familiar with Asian indigenous music might recall the enormously successful Huun-Huur-Tu, throat singers from the Mongolian-Russian border who first recorded in ...

Seasons Greetings From Outreach

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This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Seasons greetings from Outreach - here is Labrini Gioti singing on the Irish Traditional Music Archive's advent calendar, day 20.    Travel the world with ITMA. Meet musicians, singers and dancers from different countries & traditions who have made Irish traditional music their own. Day 1  Mykolas Gricka (Lithuania), Dy...
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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Song-tunes and Tune-songs photo copyright Irish Traditional Music Archive (www.itma.ie) 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. Thi...

Explore The Peter Kennedy Archive

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This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
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...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
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
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Commemorate: "mark or celebrate (an event or person) by doing or producing something." com - altogether memorate - relate On the 13th of January this year, the Irish Times carried an article entitled "Easter Rising commemorations: 50 events for 2016... Centenary of 1916 marked by offical ceremonies and hundreds of local initiatives". Apart f...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Dear Outreach friends, Perhaps you may like to know of two new websites which I recently built. The first, at https://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 rese...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
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...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Step right up, and step into the precarious time machine kids, position your classical composers in their time :) https://www.dsokids.com/games/time-machine.aspx  
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