5 edition of Varieties of Scottishness found in the catalog.
by Institute of Irish Studies, Queen"s University of Belfast in [Belfast]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John Erskine and Gordon Lucy.|
|Series||Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland|
|Contributions||Erskine, John., Lucy, Gordon., Queen"s University of Belfast. Institute of Irish Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DA990.U46 C845 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||98204537|
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Varieties of Scottishness: Exploring the Ulster-Scottishness Connection - Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland (Paperback) John Erskine (editor), Lucy Gordon (editor), Gordon Lucy Pages: A Violinist's Guide to Scottish Fiddling for violinists who have never fiddled in the Scottish style or for anyone who would simply like to brush Varieties of Scottishness book on their “Scottishness,” this guide discusses ornamentations and their applications, bowing styles, rhythmic issues and stylistic interpretations.
It covers five basic types of tunes: airs 5/5(3). More editions of Varieties of Scottishness: Exploring Ulster-Scotti Varieties of Scottishness book Traditions in N.I.) (Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland): Varieties of Scottishness: Exploring Ulster-Scotti (Cultural Traditions in N.I.) (Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland): ISBN () Softcover, Institute of Irish, In book: The Mouton Atlas of Variation in English, Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter, Editors: Bernd Kortmann, Kerstin Lunkenheimer Cite this publication Jennifer Smith.
Hundreds of books have been written in the continual quest to understand what Scottishness means. But the problem of Scottishness needs to be stood on its head - Scotland is not suffering from too little Scottish culture and a weak Scottish identity but from the fact that Scottish culture is.
Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland Varieties of Scottishness Proceedings of the Cultural Traditions Group conference ed.
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