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Traditional and Non-Traditional Teaching and Learning Practices in Folk Music: An Ethnographic Field Study of Cape Breton Fiddling

  • R MT 262 G37
  • Item
  • 1985

Item is a dissertation titled "Traditional and Non-Traditional Teaching and Learning Practices in Folk Music: An Ethnographic Field Study of Cape Breton Fiddling," written by Virginia Hope Garrison. The dissertation describes different methods of learning and practicing folk music via Cape Breton fiddling. It contains profiles of three Cape Breton fiddlers on pages 136-164, namely Hugh Angus Jobes, Hugh A. "Buddy" MacMaster, and Kyle MacNeil.

Traditional Cape Breton Fiddle Music

  • Reports: Ethnic: Scottish
  • Item
  • 1987

Item is a report titled "Doug MacPhee: Welcome to my World of Ceilidh" written by Walter Bond.

Tommy Doucet

  • R-354
  • Item
  • 1979

Item is a sound recording of Tommy Doucet.

The Skye Collection

  • R M 1746 S617 1980
  • Item
  • 1980

Item is a reprint of Keith Norman MacDonald's 1887 publication "The Skye Collection of Reels and Strathspeys."

The Skye Collection

  • R M 40 M34 1979
  • Item
  • 1979

Item is a reprint of Keith Norman MacDonald's 1887 publication "The Skye Collection of Reels and Strathspeys."

The Scottish Tradition in Canada

  • FC 106 S3 R4
  • Item
  • 1976

Item is a book titled "The Scottish Tradition in Canada," edited by W. Stanford Reid. The book contains a collection of essays tracing the history of Scottish settlers in Canada and their historic roots. There is an essay on pages 232-247 titled "The Gaelic Tradition in Canadian Culture," written by George S. Emmerson, which touches on Celtic music.

The Scotia Sun

  • MB 26
  • Item
  • 1969

Item is a microfilm reel of The Scotia Sun (Port Hawkesbury) from March 15, 1972 to July 11, 1973. Reel includes articles on Cape Breton fiddlers Dan Rory MacDonald (September 27, 1972) and Donnie MacDonald (February 28, 1973).

Cape Breton Fiddlers (From the Scotia Sun):
2 – John Morris Rankin
3 – Theresa MacLellan
4 – Kinnon Beaton
6 – Sandy MacLean
7 – Alex Francis MacKay
8 – John Campbell
9 – Colin J. Boyd
10 – Hugh A. MacDonald
11 – Angus Allan Gillis
12 – Donald Angus Beaton
13 – Carl MacKenzie
14 - Father Angus Morris
15 – John MacDougall
16 – Dan Hughie MacEachern
18 – Don Campbell
19 – Raymond Ellis
20 – John Alex MacLellan
21 – John Donald Cameron
22 – Morgan Gunn MacQuarrie
23 – Cameron Chisholm
24 – Jerry Holland
26 – Angus Chisholm
27 – Arthur Muise
27 – Joe Cormier

The Posie

  • R M 1746 P67
  • Item
  • n.d.

The Jacobite Relics of Scotland

  • R M1746 H66 v.1 and v.2
  • Item
  • 1974

Item is a reprint of James Hogg's 1819 publication "The Jacobite Relics of Scotland."

The Island: New Perspectives on Cape Breton's History 1713-1990

  • FC 2343.5 I84 1990
  • Item
  • 1990

Item is a book titled "The Island: New Perspectives on Cape Breton's History 1713-1990," edited by Kenneth Donovan. This book is a collection of articles related to the history of Cape Breton, beginning in 1713. It contains an article written by Stephen Hornsby titled "Scottish Emigration and Settlement in Early Nineteenth-Century Cape Breton," on pages 49-69, which touches on Celtic music.

The Historical and Social Development of Judique, Nova Scotia

  • FC 2345 J8 M3
  • Item
  • May 1968

Item is an essay titled "The Historical and Social Development of Judique, Nova Scotia," written by Janette MacDonald. The essay describes the history and development of Judique, Nova Scotia as a Gaelic community.

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