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e-Book English Folk Songs download

e-Book English Folk Songs download

by Cecil J. Sharp,Maud Karpeles

ISBN: 0193131250
ISBN13: 978-0193131255
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 26, 1974)
Pages: 1452
Category: Music
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Eighty English Folk Songs from the southern Appalachians collected by Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles" (1968 Faber & Faber) (Piano accompaniments by Benjamin Britten). Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles. 80 Appalachian Folk Songs" (1983).

First published in 1932, Cecil Sharp's English Folk-Songs from the Southern Appalachians contains 274 songs - ballads.

Maud Karpeles (1885 - 1976) was a folk music collector and scholar. She worked closely with Cecil Sharp for many years becoming his literary executor on his death.

Books 1 and 2, in one volume. Recommend this journal.

Cecil James Sharp’s most popular book is One Hundred English Folksongs. Cecil James Sharp, George Butterworth. Folk-Songs of English Origin Collected in the Appalachian Mountains by. Cecil James Sharp.

Collected by Cecil J. Sharp; comprising two hundred and seventy-four songs and ballads with nine hundred and sixty-eight tunes, including thirty-nine tunes contributed by Olive Dame Campbell. Format:Textbook Binding. ISBN13:9780193131255. Release Date:September 1974.

Maud Karpeles lived on for many decades after Sharp, and gradually succeeded in converting the collected Sharp manuscript materials into massive, well-organized volumes. These books are now out of print, but can be found in some libraries. Cecil Sharp's Collection of English Folk Songs, Oxford University Press, 1974; ISBN 0-19-313125-0.

First published in 1932, Cecil Sharp's English Folk-Songs from the Southern Appalachians contains 274 songs - ballads, songs, hymns, nursery songs, jigs, and play-party games - with 968 tunes, collected between 1916 and 1918 from traditional singers in the mountains of Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee. It remains one of the foundational collections of American folk music. Format Hardback 482 pages.

We then investigate how Sharp and his companion Maud Karpeles initially came to collect what they felt were English folk songs, but gradually had to come to terms with Appalachia’s culturally heterogeneous folk traditions

We then investigate how Sharp and his companion Maud Karpeles initially came to collect what they felt were English folk songs, but gradually had to come to terms with Appalachia’s culturally heterogeneous folk traditions. This final part draws parallels with Béla Bartók’s approach to the Hungarian Gypsy tradition.

Collected by Cecil J. Sharp; comprising two hundred and seventy-four songs and ballads with nine hundred and sixty-eight tunes, including thirty-nine tunes contributed by Olive Dame Campbell. Edited by Maud Karpeles ...
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