This article provides a survey of the Irish-language song tradition of Mid and North Tyrone during the period 1900-1950. It focuses on the work of a series of collectors and singers. Among the scholars who worked in that area were Fr. Conn Mac an Ghirr, Énrí Ó Muirgheasa (Henry Morris), Charlotte Milligan-Fox, Alice Milligan, Pilib Ó Bhaldraithe (Philip Waldron), and Prionsias Ó Conluain. The Muintir Luinigh Gaeltacht was home to two of the most well-known Irish singers of the early twentieth-century, namely, Éamonn Ó Treasaigh and his sister, Anna Ní Threasaigh.
|Title of host publication||Guth an Iarthuaiscirt: Essays on Songs and Singing from the North-West of Ireland|
|Editors||Peadar [Peter] Mac Gabhann [Smith], Sinéad Coyle|
|Place of Publication||Belfast|
|Publisher||Éigse Cholm Cille|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Sep 2016|
- Gaeltacht Thír Eoghain
- Muintir Luinigh
- Tearmann Mhig Uirc
- Énrí Ó Muirgheasa
- Charlotte Milligan-Fox
- Alice Milligan
- Conn Mac an Ghirr
- Pilib Ó Bhaldraithe
- Proinsias Ó Conluain
- Éamonn Ó Treasaigh
- Anna Ní Threasaigh.
Mac Gabhann [Smith], P. P. (2016). Traidisiún Amhránaíocht na Gaeilge i dTír Eoghain san Fhichiú hAois. In P. P. Mac Gabhann [Smith], & S. Coyle (Eds.), Guth an Iarthuaiscirt: Essays on Songs and Singing from the North-West of Ireland (pp. 15-33). Éigse Cholm Cille.