2 edition of Anglo-Irish music 1780-1830. found in the catalog.
Anglo-Irish music 1780-1830.
Ita Margaret Hogan
Saunders's News-Letter, 14 October , p Hogan, Ita Margaret, Anglo-Irish Music – (Cork: Cork University Press, ), pp. , –14 Humphries, Charles and William C. Smith, Music Publishing in the British Isles, from the Beginning until the Middle of the Nineteenth Century; a Dictionary of Engravers, Printers, Publishers, and Music Sellers (London: Oxford University Press. Anglo-Irish Music , by Ita M. Hogan Annals of the Theatre Royal Dublin, by R. M. Levey and J. O’Rorke Irish Musical History, by W. H. Grattan Flood.
Irish Music: Hogan (ITa Margaret) Anglo-Irish Music – , 8vo Cork FIRST EDN. illus. & ptd. music, cloth & d.w. v. good copy; also Centenary Souvenir . in eighteenth-century Irish music is one important feature which an en? cyclopedia could offer. Music in Ireland during the nineteenth century represents a category which has been largely neglected by scholars to date, with the important exception of Anglo-Irish Musk , a .
3 Broadwood Out Letter Book. Broadwood Archives, Surrey History Centre, Woking. /JB/6/1/1. 4 The London Gazette (), 8 August , My thanks to Robert Southwell for drawing this notice to my attention. 5 Ita Margaret Hogan (?) Anglo-Irish Music – Cork: Cork University Press p 6 Ita Margaret Hogan (?) Anglo. If we look back to the decades before the recent surge in activity, among the few peaks rising from the lonely plain are Brian Boydell’s contribution to the New History of Ireland (as well as his many other publications) and Ita Hogan’s Anglo-Irish Music (Cork University Press, ). We can take Hogan's book as opening a path.
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Get this from a library. Anglo-Irish music, [Ita Margaret Hogan]. Career. Beausang was born in Cork and studied with Aloys Fleischmann at University College Cork, graduating as BMus () and MA () before she completed the first Irish PhD thesis in musicology on "Anglo-Irish Music, –" ().
With some adaptations, this was the basis of her book Anglo-Irish Music, – (Cork University Press, ; published under her maiden name Ita.
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Ita M. Hogan: Anglo-Irish Music, – (Cork: Cork University Press, ). entries in modern encyclopaedias: The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition; Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (MGG), second edition; The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland.
References. Her book Anglo-Irish Music (CUP: ) is the standard work on the period. In she was awarded honorary life membership of the Society for Musicology in Ireland. She was an Advisory Editor for the Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland (UCD Press: ) and has researched the life and music of Ina Boyle since Literature – The Romantic Period, The Year's Work in English Studies, Vol Issue 1,Pages –, and considers the broader theme of ‘The Reception of Robert Burns in Music’.
This feels a fitting end to a book that details so well the rich migration of Burns. Excepting only ‘Happy Birthday’, Burns’s Cited by: 4. Life. Giordani was born in Naples between and and came from a musical family.
His father was Giuseppe Giordani senior, born around in Naples, died afterprobably in London (no relation to the Neapolitan organist Carmine Giordani b. A possible younger brother was Giuseppe Giordani (–), called "Giordanello".
Tommaso was trained in Naples and moved with his. AVAILABLE NOW Ina Boyle (): A Composer’s Life by Ita Beausang and Séamas de Barra The Irish composer, Ina Boyle (), was born in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, where she enjoyed a sheltered childhood as a member of an Anglo-Irish family with roots in the medi.
It is extraordinary that a cultural historian shows no interest in the extraordinary trove of material gathered by Ita Hogan in her Anglo-Irish Music It is in chapter five, ‘Art music and the question of ethnicity: the Slavic dimension of Czech music from an Irish point of view’, that White’s understanding of nineteenth-century.
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ANGLO-IRISH MUSIC ITA MARGARET HOGAN-FIRST PRINTING $ Topic: Music. $ shipping. Subject: Literature & Fiction. Hogan, Ita Margaret: Anglo-Irish Music, Cork: Cork University Press, 1st. edn. xviii, pp. 11 b/w plates, text figures.
D/w slightly dust marked and with a closed tear on rear flap otherwise a fine copy of this scarce book. (Stock ref ) £ Irish Traditional Music Society, University College Cork.
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ITA BEAUSANG is a native of Cork. She studied piano at the Cork School of Music and the Read Pianoforte School. At UCC she was a student of Aloys Fleischmann who guided her on the road to musicology with her PhD thesis Anglo-Irish Music (Cork University Press). She retired on marriage from a teaching post in the Cork School.
Browse and buy a vast selection of Irish Books and Collectibles on Anglo-Irish Musicby Ita M. Hogan, Annals of the Theatre Royal Dublin, by R.
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by Gerard Gillen and Harry White, Irish Musical Studies, I (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, ), pp. Ita Beausang is a music graduate of University College Cork and Emeritus Lecturer at DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama.
Her main research inter-ests centre on music education and contextual studies of music in Ireland in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Her book Anglo-Irish Music – is the standard work of the period. Sounding Harps Music for the Irish Harp I-IV.
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Christina Morin’s ‘Irish Gothic Goes Abroad: Cultural Migration, Materiality, and the Minerva Press’ (in Corporaal and Morin, eds., pp.
–), re-values this popular printing house as, between andit contributed to publishing a wide range of Irish fiction by Irish émigré authors, whose writing was thus disseminated in Cited by: 4.Her book Anglo-Irish Music – is the standard work of the period.
She acted as research assistant to Professor Aloys Fleischmann for his chapter in the New History of Ireland vol. 6 and has contributed articles to Irish Musical Studies vols. 5 and 9.Lot / SOLD Hammer price € Sumptuous Special Edition Shirley (E.
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