Ann Buckley

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Ann Buckley is an Irish musicologist.

Buckley holds a B.Mus., M.A. (National University of Ireland), Doctoraal (University of Amsterdam) and a Ph.D. (University of Cambridge). Research Associate at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Trinity College, Dublin.


  • What was the Tiompán? A problem in ethnohistorical organology. Evidence in Irish literature, p. 53-88, Jahrbuch fur Musikalische Volks - un Volkerkunde, ix, 1978.
  • Timpán/Tiompán, in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London, 1980
  • A note on the history and archaeology of Jew's harps in Ireland, pp. 29–35, North Munster Antiquarian Journal, xxv, 1983
  • Jew's harps in Irish Archaeology, in Second Conference of the ICTM Study Group on Music Archaeology, pp. 49–71, ed. Cajsa S. Lund, Stockholm, 1986
  • Timpán/Tiompán, in The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, London, 1986
  • A ceramic signal horn from medieval Dublin, pp. 9–10, in Archaeologia Musicalis i, 1987
  • A Viking vow from 11th century Dublin, pp. 10–11, in Archaeologia Musicalis, i, 1987
  • Musical instruments from Medieval Dublin: A Preliminary Survey, pp. 145–162, in the Archaeology of Early Music Cultures:Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Study Group on Music Archaeology, Bonn, 1988
  • Musical instruments in Ireland 9th 14th centuries: A review of the organological evidence, pp. 13–57, Irish Musical Studies i, Blackrock, County Dublin, 1990
  • Sound Tools from the Waterford Excavations; typescript, 1991
  • Music-related imagery on early Christian insular sculpture:identification, context, function, pp. 135–199, Imago Musicae/International Yearbook of Musical Iconography, viii, 1991
  • Harps and Lyres on early medieval monuments in Britain and Ireland, pp. 8–9, 15-21, Harp vii (3/1992)
  • An archaeological survey of musical instruments from medieval Ireland, pp. 65–72, Festschrift Tadeuz Malionwski, Supsk-Poza, 1993
  • "A lesson for the people": Reflections on image and habitus in medieval insular iconographny, p. 3-9, RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter XX/1 (spring 1995)
  • "And his voice swelled like a terrible thunderstorm ...": Music as symbolic sound in Irish society, pp. 11–74, Irish Musical Studies, iii, 1995
  • Music and Manners:Readings of medieval Irish Literature, pp. 33–49, Bullán: An Irish Studies Journal, III/1 (spring 1997)
  • Representations of musicians in John Derricke's 'The image of Irelande' (1581), pp. 77–91, Music, Words, and Images: Essays in Honour of Koraljka Kos, edited by Vjera Katalinić and Zdravko Blažeković, Zagreb: Croatian Musicological Society, 1999.
  • Music and musicians in medieval Irish society, pp. 165–190, Early Music xxviii, no.2, May 2000
  • Celtic Chant, pp. 341–349, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London, 2000
  • Representations of musicians in medieval Christian iconography of Ireland and Scotland as local cultural expression, pp. 217–231, Art and Music in the Early Medieval Period: Essays in honor of Franca Triachieri Camiz (edited by Katherine A. McIver), Aldershot, 2003
  • Music in Prehistoric and Medieval Ireland, pp. 744–813, in A New History of Ireland, volume one, Oxford, 2005.

In progress[edit]

  • 'Nobilitate vigens Furseus': The Medieval Office of St Fursey, Norwich (in press).
  • Ann Buckley (ed.), Letetur Hibernia! Music, Liturgy and the veneration of Irish Saints in Medieval Europe, Turnout (forthcoming).