Name: Simon O’Dwyer Researcher, manufacturer, composer and player of the prehistoric musical instruments of Ireland. Address


Scotland’s Music – A History of Classical Music of Scotland from Early Times to the present day by Dr. John Purser



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Scotland’s Music – A History of Classical Music of Scotland from Early Times to the present day by Dr. John Purser.

Large section of first chapter is dedicated to the research of Simon O’Dwyer on the Bronze Age horns and bells of Ireland, Scotland and England. October 1992




The Prehistoric Archaeology of Ireland by Prof. John Waddell.

Simon O’Dwyer is listed in the bibliography as his research on the Bronze Age horns discussed in the text. December 1998.




University lecture presentations

University of Limerick, World Music Centre, February 2005.

Municipal University of Newfounland, Canada – 1994, 2002.

University of Warsaw, Poland – 2002.

University College Cork – 1998 (forthcoming Sep. 2005).

University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A. – 2001.

University of New South Wales, Australia - 1992.

University of New England, N.S.W. Australia – 1992.

University of Western Australia, Perth – 1992.

The Flinders University of South Australia – 1992.

The Australia National University, Canberra, Australia – 1992.

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland – 1994.

National University of Ireland – Galway – 1997.

Celtic Studies Dept. Kevin St. Dublin Ireland – 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.



Crimlin, Corr na Móna, Co. Galway, Ireland


Tel: (094) 95 48 39 6; brozeagehorns@eircom.net

www.prehistoricmusic.com


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