2 edition of Discovering Cape Breton folklore found in the catalog.
Discovering Cape Breton folklore
Richard Paul MacKinnon
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-195).
|Statement||by Richard MacKinnon.|
|LC Classifications||GR113.5.C36 M33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||2009512752|
Cape Breton; New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island Dance to the Piper Barry Shears ; Discovering Cape Breton Folklore Richard MacKinnon ; Endgame A.J.B. Johnston ; Storied Shores A.J.B Dozay Christmas ; In the Pit ; Cape Breton’s Christmas, Book 6 ; Folk Tale Journey Through the Maritimes Helen Creighton. The musical traditions on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada, have been shaped by a combination of social and geographic factors--none more so than the arrival of pioneering Scottish Gaelic-speaking communities who, in the 19th century, fled crop failures to seek better lives on its shores.
how one can begin to explore the complexities of Cape Breton life. Required Texts Corbin, Carol and Judith A. Rolls, eds. The Centre of the World at the Edge of a Continent. Sydney: UCCB Press, MacKinnon, Richard. Discovering Cape Breton Folklore. Cape Breton UP: Sydney, NS. And other readings on reserve in the library. Nardocchio is operations manager of the Cape Breton Music Industry Cooperative “It was found by a buddy of mine, hidden at the back of a shop in Halifax since the 70s,” Pacé said. DISCOVERING.
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Discovering Cape Breton Folklore by Richard MacKinnon • photos • pages FOR OVER TWO DECADES, Richard MacKinnon—Cape Breton University's Canada Research Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage—has searched out Cape Breton's rich cultural heritage: from protest songs to company houses, from co-operative houses to nicknames, from log buildings to cockfighting.
Discovering Cape Breton Folklore. Richard MacKinnon. For more than two decades, Richard MacKinnon—Canada Research Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage, Cape Breton University—has researched Cape Breton’s rich cultural heritage: from protest songs to company houses, from co-operative housing to nicknames, from log buildings to : Richard Mackinnon.
For more than two decades, Richard MacKinnon—Canada Research Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage, Cape Breton University—has researched Cape Breton’s rich cultural heritage: from protest songs to company houses, from co-operative housing to nicknames, from log buildings to Discovering Cape Breton Folklore, professor MacKinnon revists some of his research and exposes.
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As in Newfoundland, folklorists have collected hundreds of songs, fiddle tunes, and folktales on Cape Breton Island. Discovering Cape Breton Folklore is an anthology of nine separate articles by Richard MacKinnon, all of which have been previously published or presented.
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"Some Micmac Tales from Cape Breton Island" is an article from The Journal of American Folklore, Volume View more articles from The Journal of American Folklore. View this article on JSTOR. The book is pages in total, contains pages of genealogical material on the LeJeune & Youngs and their descendents that returned to Cape Breton and Newfoundland after the deportation, many pictures, some birth or marriage licenses, tree charts and great read.
The author wishes to acknowledge her indebtedness to the Rt. Rev. Alexander MacDonald, D.D., and the several clergymen in Cape Breton who gave her valuable assistance and encouragement; to the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame by whose whole-hearted co-operation this study was made possible; and to the men and women who gave so readily.
There are so many books out there which focus on discovering Cape Breton and the great outdoors. With such topics as hiking, folklore, weather, and history, there is something for everyone. Fellow bull moose and local writer, Paul MacDougall, reviews some of the more well known titles out there.
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Reviewed by: Laurie Stanley-Blackwell. Book Review: Discovering Cape Breton Folklore. Reviewed by: Michael Earle. Bill Doyle has a funny story how he came to be the author of Cape Breton Facts and Folklore, which had its official launch at the Lyceum last month.
He was visiting his friend, Peggy MacAdam, at her Sydney gift store, The Cape Breton Curiosity Shop, when a box of new books.
He has authored articles in scholarly journals and books such as Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy, Newfoundland. Ottawa: National Museum of Civilization, ), Discovering Cape Breton Folklore (Sydney: CBU Press, ) and with Dr.
Bill Davey, The Dictionary of Cape Breton English (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ). Dr. some ethnic forms of folklore, have a general view of contemporary folklore scholarship, and be able to engage in the documentation and analysis of folklore practices. Textbooks and Readings: Required reading for the course includes the following books and articles which are available online through the Taylor Family Digital Library.Cape Breton fiddle has a powerful rhythmic feel affected with quick snaps of the bow, rapid-fire ornaments and forceful bowing patterns.
Indeed, the Cape Breton style is the most rhythmic Celtic fiddle style, as many of the other Celtic styles have moved away from their connections to dancing.Cape Breton University Press was created inconcurrent with creation of the College of Cape Breton (later UCCB and now CBU), with a view to filling a gap in the publication of Cape Breton literature.
The Press reflected the school’s early mandate for locally driven knowledge translation and added positively to the institution’s profile.