6 edition of Irish Song-Craft and Metrical Practice Since 1600 (Irish Studies) found in the catalog.
by Edwin Mellen Pr
Written in English
A systematic analysis and classification of Irish accentual verse-metres, this book will interest linguists and students of metre, as well as ethnomusicologists studying the context of Irish traditional song, and musicologists studying the historical development of European song-forms. An assessment of previous contributions to the study of Irish verse-practice is followed by a general survey of metrical scholarship, which in turn lays the groundwork for a metrical theory of Irish accentual verse. Space is devoted to a phenomenologically-based discussion of the role of rhythm in spoken Irish and its implications for verse-structure. The heart of the work consists of a taxonomical survey of Irish accentual verse-types, in which the principal criterion for inclusion in a given category is the number of stressed syllables in a line. Following chapters deal with stanzaic and supre-stanzaic structure and verse-ornament, the musical context of verse, the ways in which music metre differs from verse metre, and the implications of such differences for a system of versification primarily transmitted through a musical medium.
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Get this from a library. Irish song-craft and metrical practice since [V S Blankenhorn]. A systematic analysis and classification of Irish accentual verse-metres, this book will be of interest to linguists and students of metre as well as ethnomusicologists studying the context of Irish traditional song, and musicologists studying the.
Irish Song-Craft and Metrical Practice Since This work is a systematic analysis and classification of Irish accentual verse-metres. It will interest linguists and students of metre, as well as ethnomusicologists studying the context of Irish traditional song, and musicologists studying the historical development of.
The only attempt at the classification of Irish accentual verse-metres since the s, this work is intended to assist those studying the metrical contributions of individual Irish poets, and. Virginia S. Blankenhorn, Irish Song-Craft and Metrical Practice Since By Eric Falc'her-Poyroux Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonAuthor: Eric Falcher-Poyroux.
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