3 edition of A Historical Anthology of Irish Church Music (Irish Musical Studies) found in the catalog.
by Four Courts Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Gerard Gillen (Editor), Andrew Johnstone (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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The sixth volume in the well-established and highly acclaimed Irish Musical Studies series forms a sequel to the second volume, Music and the Church that appeared in This volume also explores the connective strands, historical, theoretical and contemporary, between music and one of its oldest sources of inspiration, religious : Gerard Gillen.
The sixth volume in the Irish musical studies series forms a logical sequel to the second volume, Music and the Church (), which explored the connective strands, historical, theoretical and contemporary, between music and one of its oldest sources of inspiration, religious expression. This Historical anthology, unashamedly positivist in focus, examines fourteen liturgically-based.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Historical anthology of Irsh [i.e. Irish] church music. Dublin, Ireland ; Portland, OR: Four Courts Press, © William Henry Grattan Flood (baptised 1 November – 6 August ) was a A Historical Anthology of Irish Church Music book Irish author, composer, musicologist, and historian.
As a writer and ecclesiastical composer, his personal contributions to Irish music produced enduring works, although he is regarded today as controversial due to the inaccuracy of some of his : Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland. Fintan O'Carroll (who also used the Irish name Fiontán P Ó Cearbhaill) was an Irish was born in Wexford, Ireland in His family later moved to Waterford and this is where he spent the rest of his life.
He died in and is survived by his wife and six of his seven children. He composed mostly church music for the Roman Catholic Church, and is most well known for his "Celtic.
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Drawing from the rich fabric of Irish and international musicology, these two volumes reflect the unprecedented scope and maturity of an event which marked the coming of age of musicology in Ireland.
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