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  • Call for Papers – ICTM Ireland’s Postgraduate Conference 2014 « ICTM Ireland
    as inspiration not restriction The conference offers a great opportunity to meet fellow students working in a similar field to you and affords you the experience of presenting an academic paper among your peers The costs just 10 and will take place in a unique and beautiful place An Díseart An Díseart an Institute of Irish Spirituality and Culture was founded in 1996 in the heart of Corca Dhuibhne the Dingle Peninsula Gaeltacht Irish speaking It strives to promote research courses and cultural activities in all areas of Irish Spirituality and Celtic Culture including theology language literature art laws folklore values spirituality history music archaeology and customs The centre was founded by Mons Pádraig Ó Fiannachta former Professor of Irish at NUI Maynooth and Editor Manager of An Sagart publishing house More information can be found here www diseart ie The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday October 3rd at 17 00 GMT Email an abstract of no more than 150 words to Sheryl Lynch and Aoife Granville education ictm ie This entry was posted in Conferences News Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT

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  • News « ICTM Ireland
    articles for publication in its third summer 2014 edition The journal which employs a thorough peer review process is under the new editorship of Liz Doherty University of Ulster and Tony Langlois Mary Immaculate College Limerick Reflecting the range and mix of academic interests Posted in Issue3 News Publications Comments Off on Call for Papers Ethnomusicology Ireland peer reviewed journal Spéis Spring 2014 Posted on Mar 31st 2014 by admin The current edition of Spéis is available for download here Posted in Bulletin News Comments Off on Spéis Spring 2014 Notice for ICTM Ireland AGM Posted on Feb 7th 2014 by admin Dear ICTM Ireland members At the AGM to be held on Friday 21 February during the ICTM Annual Conference in NUI Galway it will be necessary to replace members of the national committee who are standing down after their full term of office As has been previous practice in order to best maintain the Posted in News Comments Off on Notice for ICTM Ireland AGM Call for Papers The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis Posted on Jan 26th 2014 by admin The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis will take place in Istanbul Turkey June 12 and 13 2014 The workshop has a central goal to foster the application of computational analysis in ethno musicology The two main reasons that motivate us to organize this series of workshops are firstly to indicate more systematic approaches Posted in News Comments Off on Call for Papers The 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis Call for articles Spéis Posted on Jan 15th 2014 by admin Call for articles New Year new Spéis Spring 2014 Please forward submissions for ICTM Ireland s Spring bulletin by February 12th at 5 p m Some of the headings that you can submit under are 1 Research in Ireland max 400 word 2 ICTM Ireland Member Events Listings max 250 words Posted in News Publications Comments Off on Call for articles Spéis Call For Papers Performing Identities Embodying Knowledge Posted on Jan 10th 2014 by admin Performing Identities Embodying Knowledge CALL FOR PAPERS The Department of French Studies at Mary Immaculate College Limerick in collaboration with the Irish Centre for Transnational Studies MIC and members of the Performance Text and Context Research Cluster UL invites contributions for an interdisciplinary conference to be held at Mary Immaculate College on 20 22 June 2014 Posted in News Comments Off on Call For Papers Performing Identities Embodying Knowledge Merry Christmas from ICTM Ireland Posted on Dec 24th 2013 by admin University College Dublin School of Music Belfield Dublin 4 IRELAND 17 December 2013 Dear members 2013 has been a busy and productive year for ICTM Ireland and we just wanted to take a moment to recap and thank you for your support and membership over the past year Our annual conference was this year organized Posted in News Comments Off on Merry Christmas from ICTM Ireland Newer Posts Older Posts 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland

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  • Book Reviews « ICTM Ireland
    admin Icelandic Men and Me Sagas of Singing Self and Everyday Life Robert Faulkner Farnham Ashgate 2013 ISBN 978 1 4094 4976 8 Download Review PDF This publication focuses on the role of singing in the community with a strong focus on the male population It is inspired by the author s twenty year stay in rural North Eastern Iceland where he taught Posted in Book Reviews Issue3 Comment 0 Korean Musical Drama P ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity Posted on Apr 9th 2015 by admin Korean Musical Drama P ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity Haekyung Um Farnham Ashgate 2013 ISBN 978 0 7546 6276 1 HB ISBN 978 1 4724 1455 7 eBook Download Review PDF P ansori is a Korean musical drama for solo voice accompanied by drum Typically performed with minimal stage setting and props the soloist narrates and sings epic tales in an archaic Posted in Book Reviews Issue3 Comment 0 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor fb me 6FkLtvrCy Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand

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  • Issue3 « ICTM Ireland
    P ansori is a Korean musical drama for solo voice accompanied by drum Typically performed with minimal stage setting and props the soloist narrates and sings epic tales in an archaic Posted in Book Reviews Issue3 Comment 0 ICTM Journal Issue 3 Spring 2015 Posted on Apr 7th 2015 by admin Singing the Way Music and Pilgramage in Maharashtra Jaime Jones Abstract In Maharashtra the devotional songs composed by the singer saints of the Hindu Vārkarī sect are performed publically and spectacularly during the vārī one of the largest annual mass pilgrimages in the world Neither the musical repertory nor the ritual journey itself despite deep associations Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Call for Papers Ethnomusicology Ireland peer reviewed journal Posted on Mar 31st 2014 by admin Ethnomusicology Ireland the online journal for ICTM Ireland solicits articles for publication in its third summer 2014 edition The journal which employs a thorough peer review process is under the new editorship of Liz Doherty University of Ulster and Tony Langlois Mary Immaculate College Limerick Reflecting the range and mix of academic interests Posted in Issue3 News Publications Comments Off on Call for Papers Ethnomusicology Ireland peer reviewed journal Newer Posts 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great

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  • Call for articles: Spéis « ICTM Ireland
    that you can submit under are 1 Research in Ireland max 400 word 2 ICTM Ireland Member Events Listings max 250 words 3 ICTM Ireland Member Activities max 600 words 4 ICTM Ireland Member Reviews max 600 words 5 Recent Forthcoming Publications by ICTM Ireland members max 250 words 6 Recently Completed Theses max 500 words 7 Upcoming Conferences Funding Opportunities max 250 words Please mail your work to Sheryl Lynch at speis ictm ie This entry was posted in News Publications Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Day 2 of ICTMIreland annual conference with MusicDkIT great papers and discussion Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Music DkIT MusicDkIT ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly with the postgraduate forum hosted by Professor fb me 6FkLtvrCy Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite 27 Feb Musicology Review themusicologyr ICTMIreland Please RT CFP for Issue 9 of The Musicology Review Abstracts due 27 March 2015 More details here goo gl xFjNQ2 Retweeted by ICTM Ireland Expand reply retweet favorite Follow ICTMIreland Recent Journal Posts Editors Preface April 9 2015 Jaime Jones Singing the Way Music as Pilgrimage in Maharashtra April 9 2015 Conor Caldwell Dancing in Southwest Donegal Historical and Contemporary Perspectives April

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  • New Publication – Brass Bands of the World: Militarism, Colonial Legacies, and Local Music Making « ICTM Ireland
    with or listened to their local band Contents Foreword Charles Keil Introduction the world of brass bands Katherine Brucher and Suzel Ana Reily Brass and military bands in Britain performance domains the factors that construct them and their influence Trevor Herbert Western challenge Japanese musical response military bands in modern Japan Sarah McClimon Battlefields and the field of music South Korean military band musicians and the Korean War Heejin Kim From processions to encontros the performance niches of the community bands of Minas Gerais Brazil Suzel Ana Reily The representational power of the New Orleans brass band Matt Sakakeeny Soldiers of God the spectacular musical ministry of the Christmas bands in the Western Cape South Africa Sylvia Bruinders Composing identity and transposing values in Portuguese amateur wind bands Katherine Brucher Playing away liminality flow and communitas in an Ulster flute band s visit to a Scottish Orange parade Gordon Ramsey From village to world stage the malleability of Sinaloan popular brass bands Helena Simonett Bibliography Discography Index About the Editor Suzel Ana Reily is a Reader in Ethnomusicology and Social Anthropology at Queen s University Belfast She has published widely on Brazilian music focusing on local community traditions such as choirs brass bands and local folk groups Katherine Brucher is an Assistant Professor of Music at the DePaul University School of Music in Chicago Illinois USA She has published on the music of Portugal and Portuguese diaspora communities music and migration and global wind band traditions Click here for more information from the publishers This entry was posted in News Publications Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM

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  • Performing Thought, Thinking Performance – one-day public symposium « ICTM Ireland
    http performingthoughtthinkingperformance wordpress com David Toop is Professor of Audio Culture and Improvisation at University of the Arts London A composer musician author and curator he has published five books released eight solo albums and curated exhibitions Sonic Boom at the Hayward Gallery London Playing John Cage at Arnolfini Bristol and Blow Up at Flat Time House London He is currently writing Into the Maelstrom Improvised Music and the Pursuit of Freedom His opera Star shaped Biscuit was performed as an Aldeburgh Music Faster Than Sound project in September 2012 Jennifer Parker Starbuck is Reader in the Department of Drama Theatre and Performance at Roehampton University She is author of Cyborg Theatre Corporeal Technological Intersections in Multimedia Performance Palgrave Macmillan 2011 and numerous articles and reviews in Theatre Journal Women and Performance A Journal of Feminist Theory International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media and others She is an Assistant Editor of PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art and an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media Performing Thought Thinking Performance is supported by a CACSSS Cross School Initiative Award from the School of Music and Theatre UCC This entry was posted in News Uncategorized Bookmark the permalink Previous Article Next Article 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland A programme of events for the SEM ICTM Joint Forum can be downloaded at the following address irishworldacademy ie semictmforum Expand reply retweet favorite 10 Sep ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland Really looking forward to the SEM ICTM Joint Forum in Limerick City next week 13th 16th September ethnomusicology ictm sem Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Jul ICTM Ireland ICTMIreland CFP The online journal for ICTM Ireland invites articles for publication in its fourth Spring 2016 edition pic twitter com zs4E Expand reply retweet favorite 28 Feb ICTM

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  • admin « ICTM Ireland
    associations Posted in Issue3 Comment 0 Issue 2 July 2013 Posted on Dec 11th 2014 by admin ISSN 2009 4094 General Editor Colin Quigley Web Editor Ray Casserly Editorial Board Therese Smith Desi Wilkinson Aileen Dillane Suzel Reily Roxanne O Connell Tony Langlois Published by The Irish National Committee of the ICTM The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual authors s and do not necessarily reflect the policies of opinions of Posted in Journal Comment 0 Issue 1 February 2011 Posted on Dec 11th 2014 by admin ISSN 2009 4094 General Editor Colin Quigley Web Editor Tony Langlois Editorial Board Aileen Dillane Suzel Reily Therese Smith Desi Wilkinson Published by The Irish National Committee of the ICTM The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual authors s and do not necessarily reflect the policies of opinions of the Journal its editors Posted in Journal Comment 0 Event Invite Henebry O Neill Website Launch Posted on Nov 27th 2014 by admin Posted in News Comment 0 Call for Papers Cultures of Struggle Posted on Nov 27th 2014 by admin Cultures of Struggle Song Art and Performance in Popular Movements 29 31 May 2015 To see this CFP in PDF format click the following Cultures of Struggle CfP Song and artistic performance have long been dominant discourses in liberation struggles across the globe Southern Africa the United States of America Ireland and Latin America are just Posted in Conferences News Comment 0 Assistant Lecturer in Music Maynooth University Posted on Oct 17th 2014 by admin Assistant Lecturer in Music Maynooth University The University is now seeking an individual of the highest quality who will add to the teaching and international research strength of the Department This five month sabbatical leave cover contract post includes a requirement to teach and coordinate core modules in ethnomusicology and Irish traditional music across Posted in News Comments Off on Assistant Lecturer in Music Maynooth University Reminder Call for Papers for ICTM Ireland 2014 postgraduate conference Posted on Oct 8th 2014 by admin Call for Papers ICTM Ireland s Postgraduate Conference 2014 Voicing the Other s This year s ICTM Ireland Postgraduate Conference will take place in Dingle Co Kerry on Saturday 29 November 2014 We invite postgraduate students at all stages of their study with an interest in music performance ethnomusicology and education to submit papers for 20 minute slots Posted in Conferences News Comments Off on Reminder Call for Papers for ICTM Ireland 2014 postgraduate conference MA Scholarship at DkIT Posted on Oct 8th 2014 by admin DkIT invites applications for the following position MA Scholarship Full time at least 24 months Dundalk Institute of Technology is a dynamic world class Institute that has developed an international reputation in both basic and applied research through its Research Centres The Section of Music within the School of Informatics and Creative Arts is recognised internationally Posted in News Comments Off on MA Scholarship at DkIT Newer Posts Older Posts 10

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