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Conferences attended in recent years

  • Archaeology Department of the University of Glasgow – 30th Anniversary. Presentation on  ‘The Scottish Bronze Age Horn’. 2010
  •  World Congress of Celtic Studies at University of Ireland – Maynooth.  Presentation on ‘Continuity in Ancient Ireland through the occurance of visual image and design’. 2010
  • W.A.C. – World Archaeology Congress – University of Ireland – Dublin.  General presentation on the Ancient Musical Instruments of Ireland. 2006
  •  5th Symposium  (ISGMA – International Study Group of Music Archaeology) – 2006.   – ‘An Interpretation of the Illumimation from the Vespasian Psalter – A Musician’s view’.
  • 4th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music-Archaeology, September 2004.   Michaelstein, Germany. Paper presented, Killyfaddy four, transition? (not published yet).
  • 3rd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music-Archaeology,   June 2002. Michaelstein, Germany. Paper presented, The Mayophone Study and Reproduction (PDF) 6 MB

  • 2nd Symposium of the International Study Group on Music-Archaeology,   September 2000.   Michaelstein, Germany. Paper presented, An Trumpa Créda, Construction and Exploration.

  • 1st   Symposium of the International Study Group on Music-Archaeology, May 1998. Michaelstein, Germany. Paper presented, Four Voices of the Bronze Age Horns of Ireland. (PDF) 1 MB

  • TAG Archaeology Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. December 2004. Paper presented, The Drone in Irish and Scottish prehistory.

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