Diasporic legacies: Place, politics and music among the Ottawa Valley Irish

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Abstract

This essay examines the Irish cultural traditions and customs that have been maintained by the Ottawa Valley Irish, including their Orange parades, place naming, music and dance.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCeltic modern: Music at the global fringe
EditorsMartin Stokes, Philip V. Bohlman
Pages93-117
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Keywords

  • Irish
  • Ottawa Valley
  • Canada
  • identity
  • Orange Order
  • sectarianism
  • music
  • diaspora

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Devlin Trew, J. (2003). Diasporic legacies: Place, politics and music among the Ottawa Valley Irish. In M. Stokes, & P. V. Bohlman (Eds.), Celtic modern: Music at the global fringe (pp. 93-117)