Publications

Please find below my current and forthcoming publication list.

FORTHCOMING

2013. “The Big 6 Clothing Store ‘Once a Number, Now an Institution’: The Role of a Business Man’s Musical Tastes in Shaping Irish-Newfoundland Repertoire.” To be presented at Society of Ethnomusicology. University of Indiana, Indianapolis. November 15.

2014. “Change and Stability in Irish-American-Newfoundland Fiddle Tunes.” In Ó Cos go  Cluas, eds.  by F. Vallely and L. Doherty. Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen. (submitted)

2014.  The Songs that Almost Got Away: Volume 4 of Kenneth Peacock’s Songs of the     Newfoundland  Outports. Anna Kearney Guigne, editor and Evelyn Osborne, musical transcription editor. (ca. 150 songs to be included, in preparation for invited submission)

THESIS’

2013. “The Most (Imagined) Irish Place in the World? The Interaction between Irish and     Newfoundland Musicians, Electronic Mass Media, and the Construction of Musical Senses of Place.” Ph.D. dissertation (Ethnomusicology). Memorial University of Newfoundland.

2003. “ ‘We Never Had a Bed Like That for a Violin! We Had a Bag!’ Exploring Fiddlers and Dance Music in Newfoundland: Red Cliff, Bonavista Bay and Bay de Verde, Conception Bay.”  M.A thesis (Canadian Studies). Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

ARTICLES

2010. “Crossing Over through the Recording Studio: The Island to Island:Traditional Music from Newfoundland and Ireland CD Project.” In Crossing Over: Fiddle and Dance Studies from Around the North Atlantic eds. Ian Russell and Anna Kearney Guigné. Aberdeen: Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen in association with Dept. of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2010. 49-67.

2008. “King William was King George’s Son: Adult Reflections on a Childhood Game in Princeton, Bonavista Bay.” Newfoundland Quarterly. 100 (425): www.newfoundlandquarterly.ca/online.php

2007.  “Fiddling with Technology: The Influence of Media on Traditional Newfoundland Musicians.” eds. B. Diamond, G. Colton and J. Hiller. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies. 22(1): 187-204.

2006. “Rufus Guinchard (1899-1990) and Emile Benoit (1913-1992): Two Newfoundland Fiddlers.”  In Play it Like it Is: Traditional Fiddle and Dance Studies from the North Atlantic. eds. Ian Russell and Mary Anne Alburger, Elphinstone Institute Occasional Papers 6. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen. 87-93.

LINER NOTES and WEBSITE CONTENT

2012.  Johnson, Sherry (producer) Bellows and Bows. [sound recording] Media Music and Place Archive Series, Memorial University of Newfoundland. St. John’s, NL. 27-36. [Researcher and writer for the Newfoundland selections].

2006. Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador Folklore and Language Archive and Research Centre for the Study of Music, Media and Place. MacEdward Leach and the Songs of Atlantic Canada. http://www.mun.ca/folklore/leach/ [Song notes for 1951]

2003. Songs of the Newfoundland Outports and Labrador.  Archives Series. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec TCDA 19082-2. [30 pages, Complete Research, texts and track selections by Evelyn Osborne, French translation by Lucien Ouellet].

2003. Canadian Musical Heritage Society. Performing Our Musical Heritage. Industry Canada’s Digital Collections http://collections.ic.gc.ca/MusicalHeritage [Violin/Piano Biographies and Performance of Violin Selections.]

INVITED PUBLIC LECTURES

2011. “Irish revivals and Newfoundland music in the mid-20th century: The McNulty Family and Ryan’s Fancy’s influence in Newfoundland.”  Public Lecture, The Rooms Provincial Museum, St. John’s, NL. March 16.

REVIEWS

2013. “Review of Qristina and Quinn Bachand. 2011. Family. Q&Q Music. Compact disc.” Canadian Folk Music Bulletin. 47(2):28

2008.  “Review of Payne, Daniel. 2007. Learning the Newfoundland Accordion: Volume 1 The  Basics with Daniel Payne [DVD video].” Culture and Tradition. 30:142-143

2007. “Review of Back on Track Archival Series” [CD] Culture and Tradition. 29:164-166

2006. “Review of Kenneth Peacock’s Songs of the Newfoundland OutportsCulture            and Tradition. 28:182-184.

2005. “Review of Celtic Modern.” Canadian Journal of Traditional Music. 32: 52-53.

JOINT CONFERENCE PAPERS

Peter Duchemin and Evelyn Osborne. 2013. “Finger Flickin’ Good: Thinking through Rubber Chickens and Research Secrets in the Material Culture of a Magician.” Presented at the Folklore Studies Association Conference. Grenfell campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Corner Brook, NL, June 19.

Draskoy, Andrew and Evelyn Osborne. 2012. “Running the Goat: From Community Dance to Newfoundland Cultural Symbol.” Presented at The Dance Research Forum of Ireland. University of Ulster, Derry, Londonderry, UK. June 28.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2013. “ ‘I’ve been playing the fiddle wrong all these years!’: The Intersections between Cape Breton Radio Play and French-Newfoundland Musicians.” To be presented at Acadian Celtic Crossroads Conference. Cape Breton University. October 12.

2013. “ ‘They’re Just Like Us!’ The Role of Reciprocal Musical Relationships in the Discourse of Irishness within Newfoundland Music.” Presented at Irish Studies: Research  Symposium in Talmh an Eisc. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL. March 8.

2012. “The McNulty Family: Singing, Dancing, and “Fiddling” from Ireland to New York to Newfoundland. Presented at North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2012. University of Ulster, Derry, Londonderry, UK. June 27.

2011. “From Solo to Ensemble: The Changing Dynamics of Newfoundland Traditional Music.” Presented at Canadian Society of Traditional Music/ International Council for  Traditional Music World  Conference. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL. July 18.

2010. “From the Dance Hall to the Recording Studio: The Ray Walsh Family of Bay de    Verde, Conception Bay, NL” Presented at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2010. University of  Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland. July 18.

2008. “Next Stop Ireland! Perceptions of Irishness and Celticism in the folk music scene in downtown St. John’s, NL.” Presented at the Canadian Society for Traditional Music. Halifax, Nova Scotia. November 15.

2008. “Island to Island: Crossing Over through the Recording Studio.” Presented at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2008 (NAFCo2008). St. John’s, Newfoundland. August 5.

2008. “From the Dance Hall to the Recording Studio: The Ray Walsh Family of Bay de    Verde, Conception Bay, NL” Presented at the Folklore Studies Association of Canada. Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. May 25.

2006. “Comparing Violin Pedagogies: Traditional vs. Modern and Folk vs. Classical.” Presented at the Atlantic Canada Suzuki Institute. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. June 29.

2006. “Comparing Violin Pedagogies: Traditional vs. Modern and Folk vs. Classical.” Presented at 12th Biennial Conference of the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Minneapolis. May 29.

2005. “Canons within Canons: A Newfoundland Fiddle Case Study.” Presented at Society for Ethnomusicology: 50th Anniversary Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. November 18.

2005. “Uncovering Adult Issues in Children’s Kissing Games: The Case of ‘King William was King George’s Son.’” Presented at Folklore Studies Association of Canada. St. Anne University, Church Point, Nova Scotia. May 19.

2003. “Learning Traditional Music in a Modern World: Formal Lessons versus ‘Self-Taught.’” Presented at University of Western Ontario Graduate Student Symposium in Music 2003. London, Ontario, Canada. June 8.

2003. “Fiddling With Recordings: The Influence of Media on the Traditional Music of Newfoundland.” Presented at Modes of Globalization: York Political Economy.  York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May 3.

2001. “Rufus Guinchard and Emile Benoit – the Men Behind the Music.” Presented at Crossing Boundaries: The North Atlantic Fiddle Convention.  Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom. July 29.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2012. “ÓN GCOS GO CLUAS – From Dancing to Listening: NAFCo.” MMaP Newsletter. Summer. 11.

2010. “You’re Never Too Young or Old for Music! Starting your Infant/Toddler in Music.” Baby Toddler Winter: 12-13.

2007. “June Breastlore: Musical Mammeries.” 2007 Breast of Canada Calendar. Guelph, Ontario: Artjam.

2006. “Exotic fusion wraps up Sound Symposium.” The Evening Telegram St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. July 17, B3

2006. “Eclectic mix, laptopist keeps crowd intrigued” The Evening Telegram St. John’s,   Newfoundland and Labrador. July 13, B4

2006. “Who Are these Ethno’s Anyway?” and “Report on S.E.M. 2005.” Transmission: Culture & Tradition’s Newsletter 8(2): 8-9; 12.

REVIEWS OF MY SCHOLARLY WORK

Yates, Cinzia. 2010. “Review of Play It Like It Is: Fiddle and Dance Studies from Around the  North Atlantic and Driving the Bow: Fiddle and Dance Studies from Around the North Atlantic 2.”  Ethnomusicology 54:3, 530-536.

Guigne, Anna. 2004. “Review of Songs of the Newfoundland Outports and Labrador.” MMAP Newsletter: Research Centre for the Study of Music, Media and Place, Memorial University of Newfoundland. 6-8.

PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS ABOUT MY RESEARCH

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 2013. Radio Interview with Ramona Deering. Aired on Weekend Arts Magazine. St. John’s, NL: CBC Radio One. March 17.

Memorial University of Newfoundland. 2011. “ISER Fellows.”  research MATTERS: Arts Edition. St. John’s, NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland. Fall(3): 9-10.

Canadian Folk Music Bulletin. 2011. “Graduate Student Profile: Evelyn Osborne.” Canadian Folk Music Bulletin. 45(2): 32-33.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 2011. Radio Interview with Ted Blades. Aired on On the Go! St. John’s, NL: CBC Radio One. March 16.

Memorial University of Newfoundland. 2007. “Student Profiles: Evelyn Osborne.” Research Report. St. John’s, NL: Memorial University of Newfoundland.

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