» » The Keeper's Recital: Music and Cultural History in Ireland 1770-1970 (Field Day Essays and Monographs)
eBook The Keeper's Recital: Music and Cultural History in Ireland 1770-1970 (Field Day Essays and Monographs) download
Photo and Art
Author: Professor Harry White
ISBN: 1859181716
Subcategory: Music
Pages 260 pages
Publisher Cork University Press (April 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 247
ePUB size: 1871 kb
FB2 size: 1406 kb
DJVU size: 1855 kb
Other formats: lit lrf mobi mbr

eBook The Keeper's Recital: Music and Cultural History in Ireland 1770-1970 (Field Day Essays and Monographs) download

by Professor Harry White


Field Day Essays and Monographs 6) - Musical constructions of nationalism: essays on the history and ideology of European musical culture, 1800-1945. Pp xi, 285. Cork: Cork University Press.

Field Day Essays and Monographs 6) - Musical constructions of nationalism: essays on the history and ideology of European musical culture, 1800-1945. 6. 0 hardback; €3. 0 paperback. Department of Modern History, University College Dublin.

Field Day Essays and Monographs.

Tell us if something is incorrect. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. The Keeper's Recital aims to identify and distinguish between the symbolic power of Irish music and its failure to generate a durable aesthetic comparable to that which infused the Literary Revival. Field Day Essays and Monographs. Cork University Press.

The Keeper's Recital book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Keeper's Recital: Music and Cultural History in Ireland 1770-1970 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Prime members enjoy fast & free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits.

Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays and Monographs. Antiquarian Debate and Cultural Politics in Ireland, . 750–1800. Published: September 2004. Complete Series: Please note that these series are now complete and not accepting submissions. The Abbey Theatre, Sinn Féin, The Gaelic League and the Co-operative Movement. Published: November 2003. Ethnicity and Gender in Irish Literature and Popular Culture. by Elizabeth Butler Cullingford. Published: March 2002. Essays on Edmund Burke.

In: Popular Music, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 156-157. Find it on Google Scholar. Drag and drop files here.

The Keeper's Recital : Music and Cultural History in Ireland, 1770-1970.

Though not a history of music in Ireland as such, The Keeper's Recital claims to be the first book to survey the development of musical thought in modern Irish history

Though not a history of music in Ireland as such, The Keeper's Recital claims to be the first book to survey the development of musical thought in modern Irish history. White's erudite study begins in the 1770s, at which point Ireland's two musical cultures-the native Irish and the European "high art" traditions-appear to have parted company (for various musical, social, and political reasons). It ends in 1970, immediately prior to the death of Seán Ó Riada, one of the most controversial musical figures in twentieth-century Ireland.

Honour of Harry White or any other file from Books category .

Download Music Preferred: Essays in Musicology, Cultural History and Analysis in Honour of Harry White or any other file from Books category. The contributions to this Festschrift, honouring the distinguished Irish musicologist Harry White on his sixtieth birthday, have wide repercussions and span a broad timeframe. But for all its variety, this volume is built around two axes: on the one hand, attention is focussed on the history of music and literature in Ireland and the British Isles, and on the other, topics of the German and Austrian musical past.

Opening up a topic long closed to debate, this is the first study ever to survey the developments of musical thought in modern Irish cultural history. Its purpose is to register the function of music as a dynamic agent in the history of Irish ideas in the period 1770-1970 by means of three prevailing themes: the integrity of sectarian culture, the political expression of cultural independence, and the symbolic force of Celticism. The Keeper's Recital aims to identify and distinguish between the symbolic power of Irish music and its failure to generate a durable aesthetic comparable to that which infused the Literary Revival.