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by Robert R. Grimes

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ISBN:
0268011109
Author:
Robert R. Grimes
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Univ of Notre Dame Pr (November 1, 1996)
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Start by marking How Shall We Sing in a Foreign Land? . This work contributes to the history of Irish Catholicism in the United States and to aspects of ethnomusicology, by documenting the musical repertory and practice of the urban Irish in America

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How Shall We Sing in a Foreign Land? Music of Irish Catholic Immigrants in the Antebellum United States, by Robert Grimes; 'Twas Only an Irishman's Dream: The Image of Ireland and the Irish in American Popular Song Lyrics, 1800-1920, by William H. A. Williams. Thompson, B. (1997) How Shall We Sing in a Foreign Land?: Music of Irish Catholic Immigrants in the Antebellum United States, by Robert Grimes; 'Twas Only an Irishman's Dream: The Image of Ireland and the Irish in American Popular Song Lyrics, 1800-1920, by William H. In: Notes, Vol. 54, No. 2, pp. 461-463.

Irish American Music. Irish immigrants created a large number of emigrant ballads once in the United States. Grimes, Robert R. (1999). How Shall We Sing in a Foreign Land?: Music of Irish Catholic Immigrants in the Antebellum United States. University of Notre Dame Press. of their native soil while bitterly condemning the land of the stranger". These songs include famous songs like "Thousands Are Sailing to America" and "By the Hush", though "Shamrock Shore" may be the most well known in the field.

Two 1721 Boston tune books, one by Thomas Walter, the other by John Tufts . Music of Irish Catholic Immigrants in Antebellum United States. December 1997 · Notes. Brian Christopher Thompson.

Two 1721 Boston tune books, one by Thomas Walter, the other by John Tufts, contain explanatory introductions. Either could be considered the first music education textbook printed in America. These forests are social marginal lands and music can be considered as a tool for controlling the “wild” but performing music appears risky, for the herder reveals his position to potential thieves both solitude and vulnerability.

2 Irish American Music. 3 Celtic Identity through Music In America. The history of Irish musicians from Ireland taking up residency in New York and beyond is one side of the story.

This work contributes to the history of Irish Catholicism in the United States and to aspects of. .Celtic music in the United States.

This work contributes to the history of Irish Catholicism in the United States and to aspects of ethnomusicology, by documenting the musical repertory and practice of the urban Irish in America. Library descriptions.

Irish Americans and Irish Canadians, % of population by state or province. five major Catholic churches in the eight British American colonies were located in Maryland. Half of the Irish immigrants to the United States in its colonial era (1607–1775) came from the Irish province of Ulster while the other half came from the other three provinces of Ireland (Leinster, Munster, and Connacht). In the 17th century, immigration from Ireland to the Thirteen Colonies was minimal, confined mostly to male indentured servants.

book by Robert Grimes. It focuses on Catholic parishes and affiliated organizations between 1830 and 1860.

music of Irish-Catholic immigrants in the antebellum United States. Published 1996 by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame Series. The Irish in America. Published 1996 by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame. History and criticism, Music, Irish Americans. xi, 237 p. : Number of pages.

Book by Grimes, Robert R.