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Author Profile: Wallace Blacket

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One good thing about new bands performers, it seems, is the very positive attitude toward their craft, each other, their fans and their industry. Achievable tell methods them genuinely love back as they do, and have a great appreciation her or his successes.Autotrader can be a site for selling used cars. Chances are you may fetch more comfortable p...
Author Profile: Winston Synan

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Deep as bay, a piping worker finds a wooden mask in a locked metal box. Mean while, Stanley Imkiss a natural bank clerk gets walked all from work. He buys concert tickets for his lady. She says that she's a friend coming into town then. Stanley lets her go into the concert along with her friend.Don't forget the sports christmas gifts! Buy him a foo...
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Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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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

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This week, Outreach Ethnomusicology provides a widget on this page which displays tweets with the hastag #BFESheffield17 for the British Forum for Ethnomusicology conference. This year it is based in Sheffield, England. #BFESheffield17 Tweets
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Devlin's Travels In China

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Author Profile: john devlin

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Outreach member John Devlin brings us on a tour of Chinese culture in this series of fascinating movies. The reaction to filming was actually quite positive as can be seen when he moved around the dancers. People of all ages are dancing, with two unknown songs being played through the built-in loud speakers. We would love to hear more from other vi...
Author Profile: Patrick Egan

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(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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Explore The Peter Kennedy Archive

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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 ...