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Routes & roots : fiddle and dance studies from around the north Atlantic 4 / edited by Ian Russell and Chris Goertzen

By: Russell, IanContributor(s): Goertzen, ChrisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: The Elphinstone Institute, occasional publications ; 8Publication details: Aberdeen : The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, 2012. Description: 241 p. : ill., music ; 24 cmISBN: 0954568273Subject(s): Scotland | Canada | Ireland | United States | Lithuania | Florida | Texas | New England | Newfoundland and Labrador | Cape Breton | Fiddle
Contents:
Routes & roots / Ian Russell and Chris Goertzen -- 'The paper fiddle': reconstructing the repertoire of late nineteenth-century fiddling in Limerick from the music collection of Patrick Weston Joyce (1827-1914) / Lisa Morrissey -- Frank Roche - fiddler, dancer, and music collector: a musical life in turn-of-the-twentieth-century rural Ireland / Colette Moloney -- John Robbins and the Shakespearean Bidford morris tune repertoire / Elaine Bradtke -- Pranking and tall tale telling within Florida's old-time fiddling tradition / Gregory Hansen -- The drone styles of Lithuanian folk fiddle music / Gaila Kirdienė -- Texas contest fiddling: what modern variation technique tells us / Chris Goertzen -- The transmission of style in Scottish fiddling / Emma Nixon -- The end of a revival: contemporary New England contra dancing and fiddling / Lesley Ham -- Local, global, and diasporic interaction in the Cape Breton dance tradition / Mats Melin -- The roots and routes of Irish step dancing: issues of identity and participation in a global world / Catherine E. Foley -- Putting down roots: playing Irish and Newfoundland music in St. John's / Samantha Breslin -- Why can't you dance to the piper? / Patricia H. Ballantyne -- Tradition and creativity: the roots and routes of fiddler Aidan O'Rourke / Chris Stone -- Passing the bow: a Canada-Scotland panel on personal experiences of teaching and learning traditional fiddling / Anne Lederman, Claire White, James Alexander, Cameron Baggins
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Gift MI 40 Fiddle] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Presented to the library by Ian Russell. 18302

bibliography, p. 213-229

Routes & roots / Ian Russell and Chris Goertzen -- 'The paper fiddle': reconstructing the repertoire of late nineteenth-century fiddling in Limerick from the music collection of Patrick Weston Joyce (1827-1914) / Lisa Morrissey -- Frank Roche - fiddler, dancer, and music collector: a musical life in turn-of-the-twentieth-century rural Ireland / Colette Moloney -- John Robbins and the Shakespearean Bidford morris tune repertoire / Elaine Bradtke -- Pranking and tall tale telling within Florida's old-time fiddling tradition / Gregory Hansen -- The drone styles of Lithuanian folk fiddle music / Gaila Kirdienė -- Texas contest fiddling: what modern variation technique tells us / Chris Goertzen -- The transmission of style in Scottish fiddling / Emma Nixon -- The end of a revival: contemporary New England contra dancing and fiddling / Lesley Ham -- Local, global, and diasporic interaction in the Cape Breton dance tradition / Mats Melin -- The roots and routes of Irish step dancing: issues of identity and participation in a global world / Catherine E. Foley -- Putting down roots: playing Irish and Newfoundland music in St. John's / Samantha Breslin -- Why can't you dance to the piper? / Patricia H. Ballantyne -- Tradition and creativity: the roots and routes of fiddler Aidan O'Rourke / Chris Stone -- Passing the bow: a Canada-Scotland panel on personal experiences of teaching and learning traditional fiddling / Anne Lederman, Claire White, James Alexander, Cameron Baggins

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