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The Companion to Irish Traditional Music
The Companion to Irish Traditional Music.
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The Companion to Irish Traditional Music

  • ISBN: 978-1-85918-450-9
  • Editorial: Cork University Press
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné con sobrecubierta
  • Formato: 24x17
  • Páginas: 600
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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Second edition, substantially revised & expanded.

The Companion to Irish Traditional Music is a landmark, easy to use A-Z format for studying, exploring and researching one of Ireland’s most universally recognisable cultural expressions.

Among the existing publications on Irish traditional music there are works of monumental initiative and deservedly enduring status. But the radical development in this music scene since the 1960s mark it now as an established part of Irish cultural life and demand new kinds of information. The commercial side of the music has evolved and consolidated, generating a new set of standards, popular music dynamics and significant music tourism. The music’s expanding profile within the academic system too has created fresh approaches to playing and study, with a growth of academic research interest, and many major studies published or presently under way. In relevant and accessible ways The Companion uniquely draws together the oldness and newness in all of this: the practice and the study, the aesthetics and the analysis, the competing interests and diverse ideals.

The editor Fintan Vallely is himself an accomplished musician and music writer. He has harnessed the expertise of some 200 specialists from all aspects of traditional music, who in more than half a million words and 300 images present the most comprehensive image of Irish traditional music ever assembled. This detailed mosaic is coloured by history, ideology, scholarship, virtuosity, romance, satisfaction, pride and internationalism, all appropriately flagged by the cover’s use of Maclise’s fabulously energetic Snap Apple Night.

This second edition is not only revised but also greatly expanded, and has much new information, including material never before printed and unavailable elsewhere. In 1,750 individual articles and as many more sub-sections The Companion gives A-Z coverage of song, dance, instruments, bands, storytelling, technology, tunes and style, composition, organisations and promotion, education and transmission, collectors and archives, revival, broadcasting and recording, English, Scottish and Welsh music and song, and music in all Irish counties, Europe and the USA. This commentary and analysis is linked to an historical timeline which spans three millennia, and a publications listing that covers three centuries. Six hundred biographies detail the human endeavour of the field, documenting significant musicians, commentators, historians, promoters and composers, and extended entries cover major themes such as song, dance, education and the elements of style.

The Companion to Irish Traditional Music is a key reference for the interested enthusiast, session player and professional performer. It is also a profoundly comprehensive, one-stop resource for every library, school and home with an interest in the distinctive rituals, qualities and history of Irish culture. And it is a vital resource for all levels in education, particularly valuable at third level as both textbook and research resource. The book is uniquely backed by the provision of a parallel website – www.companion.ie - which guides structured exploration of the text and fully integrates it with the existing vast and magnificent range of traditional music internet resources.

This comprehensive resource is the largest single collection of such diverse, essential data. It brings together the knowledge of two hundred contributors in an easy-to-use A-Z format with entries on:

- Song in Irish and English
- Dance – Step Dance, Céilí and Sets
- Solo and Group Playing
- Céilí Bands and Professionalism
- Storytelling
- Instruments and Technology
- Tune Types and Composition
- Styles and Ornamentation
- Organisations and Promotion
- Education and Transmission
- Collectors and Archives
- History and Revival
- Performers, Stylists, Commentators
- Broadcasting and Recording
- English, Scottish, Welsh music and song
- Music in all Irish Counties, Europe & USA
- Timeline – 1100 BC – 2011 AD
- Irish Music Books 1724 – 2011

CONTENIDO:

Introduction
Acknowledgements
Using the Volume
Contributors
The Companion to Irish Traditional Music – A- Z articles
Chronology: A Timeline of Irish Music in History
Published Material Relating to Traditional Music
Index of names referenced in the text




Cover painting:
This 1833 work is ‘Snap Apple Night’ by by Daniel Maclise, the earliest painting of indigenous Irish music in context, the earliest of a traditional-music ensemble and also of a tambourine in Ireland. Aspects of the picture are acknowledged as intentionally playful, making it possible that the depiction of fiddle, flute and pipes together may be fanciful – as may be the inclusion of a perfect, hand-struck tambourine, an instrument which was common in 18th-19th century art as an evocative symbol. Reproduction is courtesy Bonhams, London, The Bridgeman Art Library. For a full, measured web account of Daniel Maclise see ‘Ask About Ireland’. Print information on Daniel Maclise can be found in nancy Weston’s 2000 Four Courts Press book ‘Daniel Maclise - An Irish artist in Victorian London’

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