Irish Music in America, 1750 to The Present

SAME AS MUSIC-GA 1319.

This course surveys the musical culture of Irish emigrants to North America from 1750 to the present. It seeks to set musical styles in Ireland and America in an informed historical dialogue, thereby opening up explanatory paradigms for Irish diasporic experience and for the role of Irish musics in North American social, cultural, and political life. Students will gain a detailed groundwork for subsequent historical research in folk and popular culture. The course will also be of use to students of comparative music history, the history and theory of popular culture, and the study of memory and folklore.

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Fall 2021

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Michael Moloney
M: 6:10 PM - 8:40 PM NOROOMREQ