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  • Ethnomusicology Ireland – Call for Submissions « ICTM Ireland
    freely for printing purposes We invite you to visit the site to familiarize yourself with this publication and to learn more about the Society s activities Submissions should report on original research that has not been published elsewhere All submissions are subject to review by two readers and subsequent revision at the request of the editor In general essays should be around 6 000 words in length although exceptions may be made depending upon the character of particular contributions Without precluding any particular mode of writing all should conform to a high academic standard and include appropriate scholarly apparatus We follow the so called British style as found in the Oxford Style Manual in editing text and the Harvard style Author Date system for referencing Authors are asked to submit their copy in electronic form in Microsoft Word with minimal formatting to the editor at Colin Quigley ul ie Review of submissions is ongoing but I would ask that you submit essays for publication this year by the 1st of November 2012 Colin Quigley PhD Editor Ethnomusicology Ireland Senior Lecturer and Course Director Ethnomusicology Irish World Academy University of Limerick Please note that access to media rich online version is available only to current members of ICTM Ireland Ethnomusicology Ireland is a registered online publication ISSN 2009 4094 This entry was posted in 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

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  • New Book: Music, Emotion and Identity in Ulster Marching Bands « ICTM Ireland
    thunder The author explores the emotional rewards of communal music making and the way that identities are formed through the acquisition of tastes competences and skills within specific communal contexts paying particular attention to the impact of class position These issues are examined in the context of the competitions concerts and street parades that are central to the social lives of thousands of band members and supporters in Northern Ireland Contents Contexts purposes and methodologies Music and embodied identities Parading traditions in Ulster Part music flute bands and the contest world Melody flute bands and the parading world Flow boundary creation and boundary transcendence Class and aesthetics in Melody and Blood and Thunder flute bands Music meaning and politics identities formed and transformed in practice Gordon Ramsey holds a PhD in Ethnomusicology from Queen s University Belfast for his research into Ulster marching bands He currently teaches at Queen s and remains an active musician performing with two flute bands You can order this book here This entry was posted in 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 ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to

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  • North Atlantic Fiddle Convention « ICTM Ireland
    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

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  • New book on fiddler Ben Lennon: The Tailor’s Twist « ICTM Ireland
    conversations with Ben and on his own personal biographical notes photographs represent conviviality community vitality and joy and cover a wide span of years with emphasis on the contemporary The book is tenderly endorsed by Séamus Connolly Ciaran Carson provides a poetic Prologue and Fr Séamus Quinn a touching epilogue and it includes comment by Maurice Brian and David Lennon by Gabriel McArdle Desi Wilkinson John Carty and Andy Dickson 160 pages full colour large format 42 000 words text 120 photographs 34 notated tunes price 25 The book can be purchased here Summary The Tailor s Twist was conceived by Nutan Jacques Piraprez and the concept developed with Martin Gaffney and Fintan Vallely working as Friends of Ben Lennon FOBL It includes both contemporary images of Ben and material from Nutan s photographic archive assembled over several decades Additional informative imagery has been assembled by Martin Gaffney from archival and other resources and from Ben Lennon s and the Lennon family s memorabilia Other images courtesy of Derek Speirs Report Fintan Vallely and others as credited Song texts quoted by Gabriel McArdle and tune transcriptions by Gerry fiddle O Connor and Fintan Vallely Niamh Parsons did the interview transcriptions Áine Hensey helped with captions and numerous others provided support and additional information The project was made possible by research and development funding generously provided by the Deis Traditional music support initiative of An Comhairle Ealaíon The Arts Council of Ireland Supplementary funding for travel and research was given also by The Coleman Traditional Irish Music Centre now CCÉ s Regional Resource Centre for counties Sligo Roscommon Mayo Leitrim and Fermanagh The Tailor s Twist has had the unstinting cooperation of Ben Lennon himself and is inspired by all his friends throughout Ireland who have been hugely appreciative in their

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  • New Publication from the Irish Traditional Music Archive « ICTM Ireland
    from Magilligan Co Derry brings back a vanished way of rural life and verbal entertainment Hugh Shields 1929 2008 was teaching in Coleraine when he first met Eddie in Magilligan in 1953 Their musical friendship continued until Eddie s death During this period Hugh recorded and published a large repertory of songs from Eddie The words and notated music of 67 unpublished songs together with stories and recollections are given in this book It is accompanied by three CDs with Eddie s singing of all the songs For more detailed information please see http www itma ie images uploads eddiebutcherpressrelease 281 29 pdf The book is available for purchase from the ITMA online shop http www itma ie itmashop product eddie butcher This entry was posted in 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 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

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  • Anthropological Association of Ireland Conference « ICTM Ireland
    media e g televisual and digital necessitate new forms of anthropological research and analysis including our understandings of established modes of creativity in diverse cultural contexts How does the proliferation of image mediated relations shift forms of identity and interpellation as well as ownership and appropriation How do new media forms relate to indigenous visual arts and performance practices Does a hyper mediated globalized world demand a rethinking of conventional ethnographic research practices We invite participants to consider papers on the following topics and many more The anthropology of art Ethnographic film and photography Indigenous media Digital media Visual arts practice as research Sensory and synaesthetic practices in anthropology Anthropology of design design and anthropology Semiotic ideologies Affect The senses and the built environment Conference Organiser Professor Terence Wright Please send a 150 word abstract as a MS word doc document to Terence Wright at t wright ulster ac uk The deadline for abstracts is Friday 1 July 2011 http www anthropologyireland org This entry was posted in 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 ICTM Ireland Annual Conference 2015 ready to kick off shortly

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  • PhD Scholarship in Music and Urban Regeneration – UCC « ICTM Ireland
    research In addition applicants should be able to demonstrate appropriate experience in arts management and or community based music projects Local knowledge of Cork is not an essential requirement The minimum entry qualification for the PhD programme is a masters degree However applicants without a masters degree but with a primary degree awarded with First Hons or Upper Second Hons 2H1 are also encouraged to apply because they would be eligible for registration on a PhD track A candidate accepted for PhD track will be subject to a review within 12 to 18 months from the date of registration and may then on the recommendation of the Head of Department and the supervisor s and with the approval of the College transfer to the PhD Applicants are asked to submit 1 a comprehensive CV that details their experience and includes a list of their publications dissertations etc 2 a 1000 word research proposal outlining their engagement with the primary aims of the project Proposals should address the following core research questions proposed investigative and analytical methodologies potential secondary research sources including an appropriate bibliography The closing date for applications is 3 July 2011 Applications should be delivered by email to Ms Carmel Daly at music ucc ie Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Mel Mercier at m mercier ucc ie For information on the Department of Music UCC see http www music ucc ie Please note that award of this scholarship will be made subject to the recipient then applying for and being accepted into UCC s PhD programme through the Postgraduate Application Centre There is a separate application process for the scholarship and the PhD programme itself Programme application through the Postgraduate Application Centre should only be made once notification of the scholarship award has been received Department

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  • ictm « ICTM Ireland
    the Tune the language of contemporary ensemble in Irish traditional music by Niall Keegan The English language plays a pivotal role in ensembles as they exist in the world of what is called traditional Irish music 1 If we take the linguistic turn this language is Posted in Issue1 Issues Comments Off on Niall Keegan Tim Cooley Posted on Feb 16th 2011 by ictm Back to Journal Playing Together and Solitary Play Musicking and Surfing by Timothy J Cooley Cuailgne Ensemble Something happens when we music together We ve all felt it Maybe it was the church school or university choir when during mid motet something clicked and you lost a bit of yourself while simultaneously gaining an ensemble Or maybe it Posted in Issue1 Issues Comments Off on Tim Cooley Sean O Riada Memorial Lecture 2011 Posted on Jan 27th 2011 by ictm The Fundamentals of Irish Music presented by Peadar O Riada at 6pm on Thursday 3rd Feb Posted in News Comments Off on Sean O Riada Memorial Lecture 2011 Derry Conference Programme now available Posted on Jan 26th 2011 by ictm The programme for the ICTM Ireland annual conference is now complete and available for download Do note that postgrad students are invited to take a working lunch on the Saturday with Thomas Johnston and that those involved or interested in the online journal project will be meeting during the same slot Go to Conference Posted in Conferences News Comments Off on Derry Conference Programme now available 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

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