Books

(in press). McKerrell S, West G, (eds.) Understanding Scotland Musically: Folk, Tradition, Modernity. (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2017). [in press, MS edited, est. publication date late-2017].

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2017 Way L, McKerrell S, (eds.) Music as Multimodal Discourse: Media, Power and Protest. (London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2017), http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/music-as-multimodal-discourse-9781474264426/.

 

BOOK LAUNCH: Saturday 16th January 2016, 12pm Strathclyde Suite Bar

2015a. McKerrell, S. Focus on Scottish Traditional Music, (New York & London: Routledge), https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415741934

 

 

Peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters 

*(forthcoming) McKerrell, S. ‘Repositioning the value of traditional music as intangible cultural heritage, commodity, commerce and tacit heritage’, International Journal of Traditional Arts (under review).

2017a. McKerrell, S. ‘Scottish traditional music as sustainable Intangible Cultural Heritage’, in McKerrell S, West G, (eds.) Understanding Scotland Musically: Folk, Tradition, Modernity. (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2017). [in press].

*2017b. McKerrell, S. & Way, L. ‘Understanding Music as Multimodal Discourse’, in Way L, McKerrell S, (eds.) Music as Multimodal Discourse: Media, Power and Protest. (London & New York: Bloomsbury).

  1. McKerrell, S. ‘Middle Eight: Social Constructionism in Music Studies’. Popular Music, 35(3), pp. 425-428.

*2015b. McKerrell S. ‘Social distance and the multimodal construction of the Other in sectarian song’, Social Semiotics 2015, 25(4).

  1. Goodall K, McKerrell S, Markey J, Millar S, Richardson M. ‘Sectarianism in Scotland: A ‘West of Scotland’ Problem, a Patchwork or a Cobweb?’, Scottish Affairs 2015, 24(3), 288-307.

*2014. McKerrell, S. ‘Traditional arts and the state: the Scottish case’, Cultural Trends special issue on Scottish Cultural Policy, Vol. 23, No. 3.

2012a. McKerrell, S. ‘Hearing Sectarianism: Understanding Scottish Sectarianism as Song’, Critical Discourse Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 4.

2012b. McKerrell, S. ‘An ethnography of hearing: somaesthetic hearing in traditional music’, In: Flath, B., Pirchner, A., Pölzl, E., Sackl, S, ed. The Body Is The Message. (Graz, Austria: Grazer Universitätsverlag Leykam, 2012).

2011c. McKerrell, S. ‘Sound Performing: Sound Aesthetics among Competitive Pipers’, International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 165-187.

2011d. McKerrell, S. ‘Modern Scottish Bands (1970-1990): Cash as Authenticity’ Scottish Music Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, n.p.

  1. McKerrell, S. ‘The Concept of Mode in Scottish Bagpipe Music’, In Dickson, J. (ed.), The Highland Bagpipe: Music, History, Tradition (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2009), pp. 279-300.

Reports, Encyclopedia Articles, Reviews and selected non-peer reviewed publications

2017    Keegan-Phipps, S. & S. McKerrell, ‘Inaugural Editorial’, International Journal of Traditional Arts, www.tradartsjournal.org.

2016c. McKerrell, S. ‘Scotland: Music in history, culture and geography’, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Ethnomusicology, Sturman, J. & Golson, J.G. (eds.), (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE) [in press, c.3,200 words].

2016d. McKerrell, S. ‘Scotland: Contemporary performance practice’, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Ethnomusicology, Sturman, J. & Golson, J.G. (eds.), (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE) [in press, c.3,300 words].

  1. Goodall K, Hopkins P, McKerrell S, Markey J, Millar S, Richardson J, Richardson M. Community Experiences of Sectarianism. (Edinburgh: Scottish Government Social Research, 2015, Social Research series).

2011a. McKerrell, S. ‘Review: Bagpipes: A National Collection of a national Instrument’, Hugh Cheape, (Edinburgh: National Museums of Scotland, 2008), in Ethnomusicology, Vol. 55, No. 3, pp. 508-511.

2011b. McKerrell, S. ‘Scotland: Scottish Song’, In Vallely, F. (ed.), The Companion to Irish Traditional Music (Cork: Cork University Press), pp. 595.

2011c. McKerrell, S. ‘Scotland: Fiddle’, In Vallely, F. (ed.), The Companion to Irish Traditional Music (Cork: Cork University Press), pp. 603-605.

2010a.  Bell, Irene, L. Naven, M. Berrie & S. McKerrell. ‘Work Related Learning in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Physics Case Study’, Published by the University of Glasgow as part of the Aiming University Learning at Work Project.

2010b. Bell, Irene, L. Naven, M. Berrie & S. McKerrell. ‘Work Related Learning in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Psychology Case Study’, Published by the University of Glasgow as part of the Aiming University Learning at Work Project.

2009 ‘Balkan and Roma Musics’ In Classroom Music Magazine, Ed. Chris Elcombe, London: Rhinegold Publishing.

2007a ‘A response to Hugh Cheape’s “Salute”’ in Piping Today, issue no. 26, Published by the National Piping Centre, Glasgow.

2007b The McKerrell-MacDonald Collection of Bagpipe Music, Composed by Simon McKerrell and Finlay MacDonald, (Glasgow: Independent Publication).

2006a ‘Memory’ in Piping Today, issue no. 23, Published by the National Piping Centre, Glasgow.

2006b ‘Solo competition is intensifying’ in Piping Today, issue no. 25, Published by the National Piping Centre, Glasgow.

2015-   Quarterly Column in Scottish Life, http://www.scottishlife.org.

2012- Blog posts available here: http://pipersimon.blogspot.co.uk.

 

Commercial CD Recordings

2017 La Banda Europa Celtic Connections (CD forthcoming)

2012 Live at the King’s Hall, Simon McKerrell – digital release, UPC: 5055489229119.

2011a The Friday Night Sessions – Traditional Music From Glasgow. Footstompin Records, 2011. CD.

2011b On the Day, [collector’s Box set including, Director’s Cut DVD, 3-Hour Special Features DVD, 18-Track Audio CD, 28-Page Booklet, 12-Page Liner Notes and a Panoramic Poster] (August 2011).

2008 The Best of Piping Live, recital series 2006/07, Glasgow: National Piping Centre Records, NPCR001.

2005 Tam O’Shanter, Perth: Beltane Records, BELCD104.

2004a Highland Games, Portree, Skye: Macmeanma Records, SKYECD31.

2004b Les Douze Noëls (Louis-Claude Daquin), Glasgow: Linn Records, CKD254.

2004c Angels from the Ashes, Aberdeen: Ridge Records, RR029.

2003 Fortune’s Road, Edinburgh: Footstompin’ Records, CDFSR1720.

2002 Home Perth: Beltane records, BELCD102.

2001 Gillian Frame and Back of the Moon, Edinburgh: Footstompin’ Records, CDFSR1710.