It’s nice to think that now and then, someone is reading what we write. I know how much I depend on the works of others for inspiration, validation or provocation to write more myself. Here are some scholarly works that cite my own research on Gaelic singing in Cape Breton. It helps me to feel like I’m a little part of a wider community of scholars.

Berger, Harris. 2015. Phenomenological Approaches in the History of Ethnomusicology. (Online publication)
McKerrell, Simon. 2015. Focus: Scottish Traditional Music. p. 13-14, 45.
Mellish, ES; (2014) “Dancing through the city and beyond: Lives, movements and performances in a Romanian urban folk ensemble.” Doctoral thesis , UCL (University College London).
Ní Chonghaile, Deirdre. 2021. Collecting Music in the Aran Islands: A Century of History and Practice.
Street, Seán . 2014. The Memory of Sound:Preserving the Sonic Past. p. 125.


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