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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...
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...

MUSICULT

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MUSICULT
MUSICULT ‘15 Music and Cultural Studies Conference, hosted by ITU (Istanbul Technical University) / Turkish Music State Conservatory (BISED HALL) and organized by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center), will take place on May 7-9, 2015. All presented papers are going to be published in the proceedings book with an ISBN number befor...

The Doolin Book

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Author Profile: eddie Stack
This Outreach member has published 1 articles.
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Finally my book on Doolin, Co Clare is in production. Much of the book is dedicated to the traditional music, song and dance  of the area. There is also a chapter on the storytelling tradition in the Irish language. I will post extracts here when it's due to be published.  
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Icelandic Music

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Author Profile: Aaron Buck
This Outreach member has published 0 articles.
I am an orchestra teacher in Ithaca, NY and a professional violinist. I have a particular interest in Icelandic music and culture. I am working on a trip there in late March to study Icelandic music. Does anyone have an idea of how to narrow my research? I though about looking at gender equity in the Icelandic music scene.
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Internet Radio Outreach

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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Mr. James Tighe, presenter on Croydon Radio is now a member. His profile is over here James studied Anthropology some years ago and has some cool ideas for any ethnos who might live in South London - to collaborate with their work and possibly introduce some music on his show. Anyone here from London who might be interested in such an a...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
wheatstone concertina
Pinterest board now exploring musical instruments on outreach, located here. This is a relation of my very own instrument, found on the Horniman museum website. A Wheatstone concertina from the Horniman museum, located down the road from me in London. A cousin of my own instrument (serial number 29054 -only 40 instruments before this one ...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan
This Outreach member has published 17 articles.
Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities(www.socialsciencesandhumanities.com)Interdisciplinary conference on Music studiesVienna, Austria28-29.06.2014 Call for Papers for Panel Music in post-Communist EuropeDivisions between the West and the East are very often heard in the public sphere, and this particularly applies to post-Comm...

Robert Burns, Anyone?

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Open access on the scholarly commons website; well over 100 scholarly articles on Robert Burns and Scottish studies.https://www.electricscotland.com/familytree/frank/burns_lives197.htm
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