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Buckley

Ann

Dept of History / Medieval Studies / Musicology

Trinity College Dublin

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Music in Medieval Ireland
The Liturgical Veneration of Irish saints in medieval Europe
Song and Society in Medieval Europe
Teaching Areas:
- Music in Medieval Ireland
- Cults of Irish saints in the medieval Liturgy
- Medieval Song

Project:
Amra: Sources for the liturgical veneration of Irish saints in medieval Europe
Books

2017 Music, Liturgy and Saints of the Medieval Irish Church in European Context, ed. Ann Buckley, Ritus et Artes, 8 (Brepols: Turnhout 2017).

2014 ‘Nobilitate vigens Furseus’. The Medieval Office of St Fursey: Lecture, with a critical edition of the music and text of the Office, and English translation. Fursey Occasional Papers (Fursey Pilgrims: Norwich, 2014).

2011 Music, Dance and Society: Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Memory of Ingrid G. Brainard, ed. Ann Buckley and Cynthia Cyrus. (Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University: Kalamazoo 2011).

2005 Études de langue et de littérature romanes offertes à Peter T. Ricketts à l’occasion de son 70ème anniversaire, ed. Dominique Billy and Ann Buckley (Brepols: Turnhout 2005).

2000 Hearing the Past: Essays in Historical Ethnomusicology and the Archaeology of Sound, ed. Ann Buckley. E.R.A.U.L. 86. Études et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université de Liège (Liège 2000).

Consultant Editor for special issue of Early Music, 28/2, devoted to the theme,‘Early Music of Ireland’ (Oxford University Press, May 2000).

1994 A select edition of Old French lyric lais, vol. 2 (Antico Edition: Newton Abbot 1994).

1992 A select edition of Old French lyric lais, vol. 1 (Antico Edition: Newton Abbot 1992).

Proceedings of the First British Swedish Conference on Musicology: Medieval Studies (Skara, 11–15 May 1988), ed. Ann Buckley. (Publication issued by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, no. 71: Stockholm 1992).

1991 Proceedings of the Second British Swedish Conference on Musicology: Ethnomusicology (Cambridge, 5–10 August 1989), ed. Ann Buckley, Karl Olof Edström and Paul Nixon. Skrifter från Musikvetenskapliga Institutionen, Göteborgs Universitet, nr 26; Musikmuseets Skrifter 21 (Göteborg 1991).


Chapters in Collected Volumes

Forthcoming:

‘The Cambridge Songs as anthology of musical knowledge’, in Aspects of Knowledge: Preserving and reinventing traditions of learning in the Middle Ages, edd. Marilina Cesario and Hugh Magennis (Manchester UP: in press).

‘From Hymn to Historia: The Veneration of Local Saints in the Medieval Irish Church’, in Music, Liturgy and Saints of the Medieval Irish Church in a European Context, ed. with an Introduction by Ann Buckley (Brepols: Turnhout 2017 – in press).

2014 ‘Wandering Scholars and Saintly Cults: the liturgical legacy’ — in homage to Helen Waddell’, in Helen Waddell Reassessed: New Readings, ed. Jennifer Fitzgerald (Peter Lang: Bern, 2014), pp. 63–80.

2013 ‘The Medieval Office of St Brigit’, in Treasures of Irish Christianity, 2, ed. Brendan Leahy and Salvador Ryan (Veritas: Dublin 2013), 81–84.

2012 ‘Between Hagiography and Liturgy: Fragmentary offices for Irish saints, in A Carnival of Learning: Essays to honour George Cunningham and his 50 conferences on medieval Ireland in the Cistercian Abbey of Mount St Joseph, Roscrea, 1987–2012, ed. Peter Harbison and Valerie Hall (Cistercian Press: Roscrea 2012), 41–52.

2005 ‘Music in Ireland to c. 1500’, in A New History of Ireland, I: Prehistoric and Early Ireland, ed. Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, under the auspices of the Royal Irish Academy (Oxford University Press, Oxford 2005), Chapter 21: 744–813.

‘The Musical Instruments depicted at Clare Island’, in A New Survey of Clare Island, 4: The Abbey, ed. Conleth Manning, Paul Gosling and John Waddell (Royal Irish Academy, Dublin 2005), 123–132.

‘Abelard’s Planctus virginum Israel super filia Iepte Galadite and Li lais des puceles’, in Études de langue et de littérature romanes offertes à Peter T. Ricketts à l’occasion de son 70ème anniversaire, ed. Dominique Billy and Ann Buckley (Brepols: Turnhout 2005), 545–570.

2004 ‘Music of the Medieval Irish Church — a preliminary overview’, in Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, NUI Maynooth, 2–3 May 2003, ed. Barra Boydell. The Society for Musicology in Ireland, in asssociation with the Dept of Music, NUI Maynooth (Maynooth 2004), 20–28.

2003 ‘Representations of musicians in medieval Christian iconography of Ireland and Scotland as local cultural expression’, in Art and Music in the Early Modern Period. Essays in honor of Franca Trinchieri Camiz, ed. Katherine A. McIver (Ashgate: Aldershot 2003), Chapter 10: 217–231.

‘Abelard’s planctus and Old French lais: melodic style and formal structure’, in The Poetic and Musical Legacy of Heloise and Abelard, ed. Marc Stewart and David Wulstan (The Institute of Medieval Music: Ottawa, 2003), Chapter 4: 49–59. ISBN 9781896926513

2000 ‘Gypsy Musicians in Transylvania: changing lifestyles, changing status’, in Music, Language and Literature of the Roma and Sinti, ed. Max Peter Baumann. Intercultural Music Studies 11, ed. Max Peter Baumann and Linda Fujie (VWB – Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung: Berlin 2000), 309–319.

‘Organised Sound and Tonal Art in Long-term Perspcetive’, in Hearing the Past: Essays in Historical Ethnomusicology and the Archaeology of Sound, ed. Ann Buckley. E.R.A.U.L. 86. Études et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université de Liège (Liège 2000), 9–16.

1999 ‘Representations of Musicians in John Derricke’s The Image of Irelande (1581)’, in Music, Words, and Images. Essays in honour of Koraljka Kos, ed. Vjera Katalinić and Zdravko Blažeković. Hrvatsko Muzikolosko Drustvo (Croatian Musicological Society: Zagreb), 77–91.

1998 ‘Music archaeology: its contribution to ‘cultural’ musicology and ‘historical’ ethnomusicology’, in Studies in Socio Musical Sciences ed. U. Sharvit and J. Braun (Bar-Ilan University Press: Ramat Gan 1998), 109–115.

1995 ‘“And his voice swelled like a terrible thunderstorm...” Music as symbolic Sound in medieval Irish Society’, in Irish Musical Studies 3, ed. Gerard Gillen and Harry White (Irish Academic Press: Blackrock 1995), 11–74.

1994 ‘L’Histoire de la musique médiévale: musicologie, archéologie, ou ethnomusicologie? Quelques problèmes disciplinaires de notre époque’, in La Pluridisciplinarité dans l’Archéologie Musicale. IVe rencontres internationales du Groupe d’études sur l’archéologie musicale de l’ICTM. (Saint Germain en Laye, 8–12 octobre 1990). 2 vols, ed. Catherine Homo-Lechner and Annie Bélis. Collection ‘Recherche Musique et Danse’, 11–12. (Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme: Paris 1994) I, 501–512.

‘Music and humanisation as long-term process’, in ‘Sons Originels’: Préhistoire de la Musique, ed. Marcel Otte. Études et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université de Liège, no. 61 (Liège 1994), 275–285.

1993 ‘An archaeological survey of musical instruments from medieval Ireland’, in Festschrift Tadeusz Malinowski (Słupsk–Poznań 1993), 65–72.

1992 ‘The lyric lai: musicological, philological, cultural and historical questions’, in Proceedings of the First British Swedish Conference on Musicology: Medieval Studies (Skara, 11–15 May 1988), ed. Ann Buckley. Publication issued by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, no. 71 (Stockholm 1992), 189–234.

‘Ways of looking’, idem, 235–243.

1991 ‘Boundaries in the field—what do they serve? A review of the landscapes of historical musicology and ethnomusicology’, in Proceedings of the Second British Swedish Conference on Musicology: Ethnomusicology (Cambridge, 5–10 August 1989), ed. Ann Buckley, Karl Olof Edström and Paul Nixon. Skrifter från Musikvetenskapliga Institutionen, Göteborgs Universitet, nr 26; Musikmuseets Skrifter 21 (Göteborg 1991), 39–59.

1990 ‘Musical instruments in Ireland from the 9th to the 14th centuries: a review of the organological evidence’, in Irish Musical Studies 1, ed. Gerard Gillen and Harry White (Irish Academic Press: Blackrock 1990), 13–57.

1988 ‘Musical instruments from medieval Dublin—a preliminary survey’, in The Archaeology of Early Music Cultures: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Study Group on Music Archaeology, ed. E. Hickmann and D. Hughes (Peter Lang: Bonn 1988), 145–162.

1986 ‘Jew’s harps in Irish archaeology’, in Second Conference of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology, ed. Cajsa S. Lund (Stockholm 1986), 49–71.


Articles in Periodicals and Yearbooks

2008 ‘Peregrini pro Christo: the Irish Church in Medieval Europe as reflected in Liturgical Sources for the Veneration of its Missionary Saints’, De Musica Disserenda 14/1 (Ljubljana: 2008), 93–105.

‘Musical Monuments from Medieval Meath’, Ríocht na Midhe 19, 2008, 23–42.

‘Urraim do na Naoimh Éireannacha sa Liotúirge san Eoraip sna Meánaoiseanna’ (The Liturgical Veneration of Irish Saints in Medieval Europe), Bliainiris 6 (2006), 57–71.

2005 ‘In Search of Music of the Medieval Irish Church’, New Liturgy, no. 125, Spring 2005, 9–15.

2000 ‘Music and Musicians in medieval Irish society’, Early Music, 28/2, (May 2000), 165–190 (also Guest Editor for this special issue, ‘Early Music of Ireland’).

1998 ‘Music iconography and the semiotics of visual representation’, Music in Art. International Journal for Music Iconography, 1/1–2 (1998), 7–12 (also Guest Editor for this issue).

1997 ‘Music and Manners: Readings of Medieval Irish Literature’, Bullán. An Irish Studies Journal 3(1), Spring 1997, 33–43.

‘Dans şi transiţie în Transilvania rurală’ [Dance and transition in rural Transylvania], Dilema (Bucureşti), vol. 4, no. 234, (18–24 July 1997), 16.

1995 ‘Perspectives on self-critical research methods’, Anuarul Institutului de Istorie Cluj-Napoca. Academia Română, Filială din Cluj-Napoca [Journal of the Institute of History, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj branch], 24 (1995), 395–399.

‘Music-related imagery on early Christian Insular sculpture: identification, context, function’, Imago Musicae/International Yearbook of Musical Iconography 8, 1991, 135–199 [published in 1995].

‘“A Lesson for the People”: Reflections on Image and Habitus in Medieval Insular Iconography’, RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter 20/1 (Spring 1995), 3–9.

‘Developments in Irish Musicology’. Review-article for Bullán. An Irish Studies Journal 2(1), Summer 1995, 101–108.

‘Recent Publications in Music Archaeology’. Review-article for RIdIM Newsletter (Newsletter of the Research Center for Musical Iconography, City University of New York) 20(2), Fall 1995, 68–72.

1994 ‘Nationalism and the Politicisation of Popular Culture in 20th-century Europe: Post-War Romania in a Comparative Perspective’, Anuarul Institutului de Istorie Cluj-Napoca. Academia Română, Filială din Cluj-Napoca [Journal of the Institute of History, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj branch], 23 (1994), 375–385.

‘Professional Musicians, Dancing and Patronage: Continuity and Change in a Transylvanian Community’, The World of Music 3/1994, 31–48.

1993 ‘Music in medieval Irish society’, Harpa 11 (3/1993), 19–31.

1992 ‘Harps and lyres on early medieval monuments of Britain and Ireland’, Harpa 7 (3/1992), 8–9, 15–21 .

1989 ‘Music archaeology: its contribution to “cultural” musicology and “historical’ ethnomusicology”, Archaeologia Musicalis 89/1 (1989), 109–113. [A version of this paper was published also in Studies in Socio musical Sciences: see above section, 1998.]

1988 ‘Lyric lais and the use of formulae’, Musica antiqua Europae Orientalis: Acta Musicologica I (Bydgoszcz 1988), 193–207.

1987 ‘A ceramic signal horn from medieval Dublin’, Archaeologia Musicalis 1 (1987), 9–10.

‘A Viking bow from 11th-century Dublin’, Archaeologia Musicalis 1 (1987), 10–11.

1983 ‘The relevance of literary sources in the archaeological investigation of musical instruments’. Paper presented to the first meeting of the Study Group for Archaeomusicology, Cambridge 1982; résumé ed. Graeme Lawson, in Cambridge Music archaeological Reports 6 (Cambridge 1983).

‘A note on the history and archaeology of jew’s harps in Ireland’, North Munster Antiquaries Journal 25 (1983), 29–35.

1979 ‘Considerations in a stylistic analysis of uilleann piping’, Studia Instrumentorum Musicae Popularis 6 (Stockholm 1979), 120–125.

1978 ‘An Irish field report from 1907: a review of methods’, Newsletter of the UK Committee of the International Council for Traditional Music 15 (1978).

1977 ‘What was the tiompán? A study in ethnohistorical organology: Evidence in Irish literature’, Jahrbuch für musikalische Volks und Völkerkunde 9 (1977), 53–88.

‘Notes on the tiompán in Irish literature’, Studia Instrumentorum Musicae Popularis 5 (Stockholm 1977), 84–90.


Encyclopaedia and Dictionary articles

‘Music of the Celtic Rite’, The Orthodox Encyclopedia, ed. Sergey Nikitin, Department of Church Music, under the supervision of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, Kirill I (2014).

‘Columba’, ‘Columbanus’, ‘Sechnall/Secundinus’, The Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology, gen. eds Jeremy Dibble and Emma Hornby (Canterbury: Canterbury Press, 2013).

Editor and contributor of articles on medieval Ireland, liturgical manuscripts, musical instruments, iconography, for the Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland, gen. eds Barra Boydell and Harry White (Dublin: UCD Press, 2013).

‘Celtic Chant’, The Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 5, ed. Stanle Sadie London: Macmillan 2001, 341–349.

‘Timpan/Tiompán’, The New Grove and The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (London 1980 and 1986, respectively); revised for new 2001 edition: vol 25, 482–3.

‘Iconography’, The New Oxford Companion to Music, ed. Alison Latham (New York 2000), 602–3.

‘Music in Medieval Ireland’, The Companion to Irish Traditional Music, ed. Fintan Vallely (Cork: Cork University Press 1999).



CD Recordings (based on research on original medieval liturgical MSS)

2017 Medieval Chant for Irish Saints from Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College Dublin. Materials edited and performance directed by Ann Buckley (Amra, 2017).

2010 Carmina Celtica, Canty (CD, Linn Records, 2010). Includes some previously unrecorded items from the Office for St Brigit edited by Ann Buckley.

2008 Saints and Scholars: Chant from Maynooth College Chapel, Schola Gregoriana Maynooth (Maynooth, 2008).

‘Apostle of Ireland’. Medieval Irish Plainchant: an Office for St Patrick. Canty, with William Taylor, medieval wire-strung Irish harp. Music edition and contribution of booklet note on manuscript sources by Ann Buckley; Latin texts edited and translated by Senan Furlong OSB. (Divine Art 25065, 2008).

2006 Selected items from the 2005 edition of the Office for St Brigit have been included in a CD recording, Ceol Chill Dara, by the Choir of the St Brigid’s Cathedral, Kildare (Director, Derek Verso. Producer: Kerry Houston. Kildare 2006).

2005 ‘Flame of Ireland’. Medieval Irish Plainchant. An Office for St Brigit. Canty, with William Taylor, medieval wire-strung Irish harp. Music edition and contribution of booklet note on manuscript sources by Ann Buckley. (Sanctuary Classics: London 2005).


Translation

Theodore Baker, Über die Musik der nordamerikanischen Wilden (Leipzig 1882). Source Materials in Ethnomusicology 9 (Frits Knuf, Buren 1977).


Reviews
2014 Pádraig Ó Riain, A Dictionary of Irish Saints (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011), Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 141 (2011), 223–226 [published 2014].

2012 Neil Xavier O’Donoghue, The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011). Óenach: FMRSI Reviews 4/2 (2012).

Frederick Edward Warren, The Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church, with Introduction by Neil Xavier O’Donoghue. Third Edition with New Material
(Gorgias Press 2010). Óenach: FMRSI Reviews 4/2 (2012).

Russell E. Murray, Jr, Susan Forscher Weiss, and Cynthia J. Cyrus (eds), Music Education in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Reading and Writing the Pedagogy of the Past (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2010). Óenach: FMRSI Reviews 4/1 (2012), 44–52 http://oenach.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/buckley_murray-et-al1.pdf

2011 Greta-Mary Hair & Betty I. Knott (eds), Vespers, Matins & Lauds for St Kentigern, Patron Saint of Glasgow. Musica Scotica Editions of Early Scottish Music, 6 (Glasgow: Musica Scotica Trust, 2011). Óenach: FMRSI Reviews 3/2 (2011), 19–26.
http://oenach.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/3-buckley_on_hairknott.pdf
Richard W. Pfaff, The Liturgy in Medieval England: A History (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2009). Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland 7 (2011–2012), 47–53.

2009 Sally Harper, Music in Welsh culture before 1650. A study of the principal sources (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007). Speculum 84/3 (2009), 726–727
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?decade=2000&jid=SPC&volumeId=84&issueId=03&iid=8199802

‘Bards and bishops’, Review of Sally Harper, Music in Welsh culture before 1650. A study of the principal sources (Aldershot: Ashgate 2007), Early Music 37/2 (2009), 306.

2008 Sally Harper, Music in Welsh culture before 1650. A study of the principal sources (Aldershot: Ashgate 2007). Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland 3 (2007–08), 151–158.

2001 Celtic pilgrim saints, Early Music 29/3 (August 2001), 467–468.

Catherine Homo-Lechner, Sons et instruments de musique au moyen âge. Archéologie musicale dans l'Europe du VIIe au XIVe siècles (Paris: Editions Errance, 1996). Imago Musicae/International Yearbook of Musical Iconography 16/17, 1999/2000, 272–274 [published in 2001].

2000 Marie McCarthy, Passing It On. The Transmission of Music in Irish Culture. (Cork University Press 1999). British Journal of Ethnomusicology 9, 299–301.

1998 Martin van Schaik, The Marble Harp Players from the Cyclades (Dutch Study Group on Music Archaeology, Utrecht 1998). Music in Art, 24/1–2, 118.

Bonnie C. Wade, Imaging Sound. An Ethnomusicological Study of Music, Art, and Culture in Mughal India. Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology. (University of Chicago Press, 1998). Music in Art, 24/1–2, 118–119.

1999 Reviews of the following publications appeared in Music in Art, 23/1–2 (1999), 110–113:

Alessandra Iyer, Prambanan: Sculpture and Dance in Ancient Java. A Study in Dance Iconography. (White Lotus Press, Bangkok 1998).

Véronique Lafargue and Katarina Livljanić (ed.), Des instruments pour les musiques du Moyen Age, Les Cahiers de Musique Médiévale, no. 2 (Centre de Musique Médiévale de Paris, 1997).

Walter Salmen, Beruf Musiker: verachtet – vergöttert – vermarktet. Eine Sozialgeschichte in Bildern (Bärenreiter/Metzler, Kassel 1997).

idem, Terpsichore. Tanzhistorische Studien 1, gen. ed. Walter Salmen. (Olms, Hildesheim / Zürich / New York 1997).

Walter Salmen, Tanz und Tanzen vom Mittelalter bis zur Renaissance. Terpsichore. Tanzhistorische Studien, Band 3, herausgegeben von Walter Salmen für das Deutsche Tanzarchiv Köln. Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim, Zürich, New York, 1999, Music in Art, 24/1–2, 119.

Barra Boydell (ed.), Music at Christ Church before 1800: Documents and selected anthems. A History of Christ Church, Dublin, 5. (Four Courts Press, Dublin 1999), Peritia. Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, 13 (1999) 324–327.

1997 Ireland’s Whistling Ambassador. Micho Russell of Doolin, Co. Clare. Recorded by Edward Haber and Bill Ochs. Commentary by Bill Ochs. The Pennywhistler’s Press 1995. Yearbook of the International Council for Traditional Music 29, 1997, 188–189.

1996 Catherine Homo-Lechner, Sons et instruments de musique au moyen âge. Archéologie musicale dans l'Europe du VIIe au XIVe siècles (Paris: Editions Errance, 1996). Gjermund Kolltveit, Munnharpas tidlige historie i Skandinavia. En studie i et arkeologisk materiale. Norsk Folkemusikklags Skrifter 9, 1996. RIdIM Newsletter 21(2), Fall 1996, 71–72.

1993 Keith Sanger and Alison Kinnaird, Tree of Strings—Crann nan Téud. A History of the Harp in Scotland (Kinmor Music, Midlothian 1992), Harpa 10/2 (1993), 17–24.

1990 James Porter, The Traditional Music of Britain and Ireland. Music Information and Research Guides (Garland Publishing, New York and London 1989), The Yearbook of the International Council for Traditional Music and Dance 22 (1990), 151–153.

1981 Pat Mitchell, The Dance Music of Willie Clancy (Mercier Press, Cork and Dublin 1981), Irish Folk Music Studies / Éigse Cheol Tíre 3 (1981), 62–63.
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