2 edition of Anglo-American folksong scholarship since 1898. found in the catalog.
Anglo-American folksong scholarship since 1898.
D. K. Wilgus
|LC Classifications||ML3553 W48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 466 p.|
|Number of Pages||466|
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RILEY AIKEN for many years taught modern languages at Kansas State College, Emporia, and spent much of his vacation time traveling among the gente.
D.K. Wilgus was a native of Columbus, Ohio. His book, Anglo-American folksong scholarship sincehas for many years been considered the definitive overview of the history of folksong scholarship in America.
He was the first to plead academic respectability for "hillbilly" music. Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship sinceRutgers University Press,p. Dean’s book is long out of print, and it contains words only, with no tunes and no source information (not even composer information); this book tries to follow its best traits of selection while adding.
Anglo-american Folksong Scholarship Since by Wilgus, D. K New Brunswick: Rutgers, Another significant study would be D. Wilgus' Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship sinceRutgers University Press, Either of these books will direct you to other worthwhile studies.
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New York: Continuum, Print. Wells, Robert V. Facing the “King of Terrors”: Death and Society in an American Community, 2. Since the purpose of the record series was to make the treasures of the Archive available to the general public, the choice of individual per formances was made to some extent on the basis of beauty of performance rather than its use for folklore scholarship.
These were the perform ances that the Lomaxes wanted to share with the world. 6 Charles Seeger's comments in "Conference on Folklore," Journal of American Folklore, LIX (), ; D.K. Wilgus, Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship Since.
Wilgus: D. K. Wilgus, Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship SinceRutgers University Press, Wilkinson: B. Wilkinson, The Later Middle Ages in England,Longmans, (I use the paperback edition) Wilson: R. M. Wilson: The Lost Literature of .University of North Carolina Press, I have serious doubts about the theoretical underpinnings of this book, which I discuss in detail in Appalachian Dulcimer Traditions, chapter 5.
Wilgus, D. K. Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship Since Greenwood .The issues treated in the essays are relevant to the study of folklore everywhere. Although there are extended discussions of materials as diverse as African riddles and proverbs, American Indian tales, Yugoslav epics, and Chinese folksongs, the over-all aim is to illustrate general folklore theory and methodology rather than the folklore of.