‘Artful communicators’ at the Tobar an Cheoil: Traditional Irish music and the transmission of Irish cultural identity
Culture and cultural identity are formed, transmitted, and maintained when meaning is created and shared. Music is as capable of creating shared meaning as are verbal and visual communications. This study sought to use participant/observation and interviewing methodologies to explore the role of the session in creating an environment where traditional Irish music is free to transmit cultural values, beliefs and attitudes through their music as well as through fellowship and conversation. They found that both musicians and audience members believe music is a powerful cultural force in Ireland and that it will continue to be.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Augusta University
Publication date: April 1, 2017
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