Lecturer in Early Music History
School of Music
University College Dublin
Medieval Musicology; Medieval Liturgy; Medieval History: Irish and European ecclesiastical; transmission of medieval liturgical texts in Early Modern Ireland; specifically the medieval chant and liturgical traditions of Ireland in the 11th and 12th centuries and interactions with Britain and continental Europe.
“What did they sing at Cashel in 1172?: Winchester, Sarum and Romano-Frankish Chant in Ireland”, Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, vol. 3 in press.
K.D. Hartzell, Catalogue of manuscripts written or owned in England up to 1200 containing music, The Boydell Press, 2006. Review article in The Musicology Review, vol. 3 (2007) [School of Music, UCD].
Ph D dissertation (2008): “An Irish Gradual of the Twelfth Century – Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Rawl. C. 892: A Palaeographical, Repertorial and Liturgical Study” [Supervisors – Prof. Harry White (UCD) and Prof. Dr David Hiley (Regensburg)].
Funded by: Micheal Ó Cléirigh Institute for the Study of Irish History and Civilisation PhD scholarship 2005 and IRCHSS Government of Ireland PhD Scholarship 2005 – 07