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Index From Literacy and Orality in Eighteenth-Century Irish Song

Index From Literacy and Orality in Eighteenth-Century Irish Song

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INDEX
 Acallam na Senórach
, 21–2Addison, Joseph, 4–5, 153, 156
 Aeneid, Te
, 18, 145aesthetics, 58–63, 183–6community, 189–90, 198, 200–5individual, 59–60, 204–5oral/vernacular, 195–204role o melody, 52, 195
 see also brí  agallamh beirte
, 94, 98
 aisling 
(
 aislingí 
), 2, 127–30, 134, 138, 143,149, 168allegorical/political, 41–4, 45, 122–4love (airy), 41, 124–5and
reverdie
,
 pastourelle
, 124–5
 see also
hedge schoolmaster song ‘Aithreachas Chathail Bhuí’, 81, 86Allingham, William, 172, 203
 amhrán
(song-poetry)
 see
metres, Irish,accentual‘Amhrán Iomartha’, 81, 91Amman, Conrad, 5‘Anach Cuain’, 90, 182Ancient Philosophers Vindicated againstipling, Te’, 162Arbuckle, James
 see
HibernicusArnold, Matthew, 50
 athláech
theory, 19–20, 24
 see also
multiorms; transitional textsAtkinson, David, 203Baggott, James, 122Bailey, Nathan (
 Dictionary
), 152Bairéad, Riocard, 45, 122, 159ballads, broadside (printed narrative),151–4, 168, 169, 176, 177, 182, 184,194, 200, 204ballads, Child (‘oral’/‘traditional’), 165, 176,181, 183, 202, 203and oral-ormulaic theory, 10–11, 13, 63ballads, parlour, 59, 181–2, 183, 202–3,204, 205ballads, printedand Victorian diction, 185–6, 196broadside
 see
ballads, broadsidedenitions, 151–3distribution and availability o, 154–5,158–61, 165–8, 173–8Irish linguistic inuence on, 169–71inuence o Irish verse orms on 138–9,168–9, 171, 186localization o, 189, 200market or, 155–6, 162, 164–5, 167naturalization o, 168–73, 176–8
 see also
dictionballads, printed, genresAmerican minstrel, 182
cante-ables
, 182drinking, 153, 162–3, 164, 166, 169,182, 185Dublin slang songs, 166, 167elegies, 161–2hunting, 141–2, 155, 162, 166, 169, 172hybrid, 142–4macaronic, 170music hall, 177, 182, 197, 202, 203, 205narrative
 see
ballads, broadside pleasure garden (Vauxhall), 141–3, 163,166, 177, 196 political
 see
topicalsporting, 121, 153, 162, 168, 182topical, 158–60, 163, 167, 196theatre, 153, 163–6, 167
 
264
 Literacy and Orality in Eighteenth-Century Irish Song 
topical, 153, 155–6, 158–62, 163, 167,196translations, 171, 182‘ballad/ballet books’, 152, 190–2ballad opera, 162–3, 170ballad printers, 154–5, 158, 167, 169, 173,175, 176ballad-singers/sellersaccounts o, 154–5, 173–5, 195twentieth century, 187, 190, 197
 see also
McCarthy, Mikeen‘Banks o the Lee, Te’, 186
barántas
, 31
bard 
, 23, 27–30, 37, 42, 50bardic poetry composition o, 30decline o, 27, 31–40loss o patronage or, 33, 37–8 perormance o, 27–31schools/training, 22, 30–1, 35, 120bardism, 4–5Barry, Phillips, 204
bean chaointe
, 86, 90Bean Mhic Grianna, Róise, 51Behan, Dominic, 194Ben-Amos, Dan, 12
beochaoineadh
, 90Bernstein, Basil, 10, 95, 203‘Bhean Chaointe, An’, 86, 90‘Blackbird, or the Flower o England own,Te’, 123, 156, 171, 177Blankenhorn, Virginia, 31, 32, 40, 53, 76Blair, Hugh, 14‘Blaris Moor’, 123Blathmac, 84‘Blind Beggar’s Daughter o Bednal Green,Te’ 153, 167, 190, 197
 Book o Magauran, Te
, 85
 Book o O’Hara, Te: Leabhar Í Eadhra
, 85‘Bottle, Te’, 169Bourke, Angela, 76, 91, 102, 104, 106,Boyle, Vincie, 188‘Boys o Mullaghbawn, Te’, 123, 139Breatnach, Pádraig A., 29–30, 31–2, 33, 46,53, 70, 100Breatnach, R. A., 39
brí 
(‘signicance’), 197‘Brighid Ní’c Fheorais’, 126Bromwich, Rachel, 183, 91Brooke, Charlotte, 22Brownlow, William, 159Bruord, Alan, 16, 19, 20, 22–3, 24–5, 32,58, 98Buchan, David, 10, 13, 63, 151, 192, 199,203
 Buile Suibhne
, 76‘Bumper Squire Jones’, 140, 163‘Bunnán Buí, An’, 45, 54–6Bunting, Edward, 77–8, 80–1, 176Burns, Robert, 51, 163, 167, 171, 196–7Butcher, Eddie, 59, 184, 197, 201, 204Butcher, Robert, 198Byrne, Packie Manus, 59, 188–91, 197, 199,201–2, 204
caoine
, 83
 see also caoineadhcaoineadh
(
caointe
), 2, 65, 70–91accounts o, 71–4, 76–82, 84, 92–4and oral-ormulaic theory, 94–103as women’s genre, 71–2, 74
beochaoineadh
, 90conict, expressed in, 74, 76, 84–5eatures o, 73–6improvisation in, 78, 83–4, 91–2literary keens, 84, 106–8memorization o, 93–4, 97, 100motis o, 74–6, 83musical eatures o, 76–83nomenclature or, 70, 83, 100 perormance o, 71–2, 74, 76–84, 93,95–8, 99–102, 109–10recontructions o, 65, 72–3, 76, 198rerain/
 gol 
/
caoinan
, 78, 83and elegiac tradition, 82–6, 106–10and
 geltach
 poetry, 76
rosc 
, 76sound recordings o, 65, 70, 73, 76, 78
 see also crónán
; death-song;
marbna
 
Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire
, 65, 76, 90,91–108and oral-ormulaic theory, 94–103antecedents, 100, 103–4historical background, 91, 105
Caoineadh Dhiarmada Mhic Eoghain naoinne
, 95
 
 
 Index 
265‘Caoineadh na drí Muire’, 76, 81, 90–1‘Caoineadh Uí Cheallaigh ChluainLeathaní’, 87–9Carey, Henry , 158Carleton, William, 115, 116, 119Carney, James, 16-19, 24, 32, 83Carolan, urlough, 29, 32, 58, 82, 126, 140,159‘Castlehyde’, 130–1, 177‘Cavalcade: A Poem On the Riding theFranchises, Te’, 140
ceart 
, 199–200
 see also
xed text‘Ceo Draíochta, An’, 41, 45chapbooks, 112, 123, 141–2, 147–8, 154,166, 167, 172, 175, 197bibliographic eatures, 152–3
 see also
eight-page songbooks
Charms o Melody, Te
, 163, 170, 181‘Chevy Chase’, 153, 155, 156, 158, 159, 167Child, Francis James, 151, 152
 English and Scottish Popular Ballads, Te
,47, 152‘Children in the Wood, Te’ (‘Babes in the Wood’), 153, 155, 158Cinnamond, Robert, 201, 204Cofey, Charles,
 Beggar’s Wedding, Te
, 163, 170Co n, ristram, 53, 58
cóiriú catha see
runs‘Colleen Rue, Te’, 120–1, 138–9, 177–8Colman, George, 170Colum, Padraic, 44, 59, 201–2, 204community singing traditions, 183–205communication, 195, 204–5aesthetics, 195–200, 202, 204–5 perormance contexts, 187, 190, 195,199, 204–5oral transmission, 194–5repertoire, 183–6, 188–90, 196–7, 201–4 variation in, 198–201, 203–5
 see also
singers, aesthetics
conchlann
, 69
conictus
, 2, 128-30, 185Connolly, Sean, 38, 44, 117, 146, 147, 165,178Connors, Mickey, 177, 183Cooke, Henry, 115Corkery, Daniel, 32, 37, 41, 43, 44, 50–1‘Cottage Boy, Te’, 141‘Cottage Maid, Te’, 112, 121, 149‘Cottager’s Daughter, Te’, 142–3Cotter, James, 100elegy or, 103, 161courts o poetry, 30–1, 38, 100, 122
 see also
Prior, AnnaCowell, Sidney Robertson, 78Cox, Sir Richard, 103, 120, 154Cox, Watty, 115Croker, Croon, 72, 78, 93–4, 109, 121,131, 143, 145, 150
crónán
, 80Cronin, Elizabeth, 183Crowley, Jimmy, 185‘Cruise o the Calabar, Te’, 184
cruit 
, 29, 33
 see also
harp accompaniment
cruitire
, 28–9
 see also
harp accompaniment; harpersCú Chulainn, 84
cúirteanna ílíochta
 
 see
courts o poetry Cullen, Louis, 36, 37–8, 40, 43, 44, 95,103–4, 105, 108, 112, 117cultural nexuses, 198courts o poetry/taverns, 38, 44, 100dance, 38hedge schools, 44, 146–7manuscripts, 22, 38–40 printed ballads, 166theatre, 165Davis, Tomas, 195Dawson, Sir Arthur, 140death-song, 66, 86–91, 100, 109and
caoineadh
, 86,and
marbhna
, 87–91used in context o wakes, 81, 86, 91
 see also
 
caoineadh
;
marbhna
De Búrca, Angela
 see
Bourke, AngelaDe Montbret, Coquebert, 113De Noraidh, Liam, 77, 92
 Deorchaoineadh na hÉireann
, 98Derricke, John, 27–8‘Deus Meus Adiuva Me’, 102Dibdin, Charles, 166, 178

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