Folk Songs

Some articles on song, folk song, folk, folk songs, songs:

Polly Vaughn - Music - Recordings
... As there are three distinct ways of performing the song/tune this section has been divided up ... Section 1 - Performed as a folk song Album/Single Performer Year Variant Notes "The Acoustic Recordings (1910-1911)" John McCormack 1911 "Molly Bawn" classic tenor "Columbia World Library of Folk and ... Take Warning" Bess Cronin 2012 (rec 1952) "Molly Bawn" "Folk Songs of Britain, Vol 7" Harry Cox 1962 (rec 1953) "Polly" ...
Minnesota Folklore - Folk Songs
... Much work of collecting Minnesota folk songs was conducted during the Great Depression by Bessie M ...
Timeline Of Music In The United States (1920–1949) - 1925
... Scholars and collectors of folk songs become increasingly concerned about the authenticity of the blues they were recording and describing ... Virginia Folklore Society, publishes a collection of folk songs called Folk-Songs of the South Collected Under the Auspices of the West Virginia Folk-Lore Society ... become the first to record both Pace's songs and those composed by Charles Albert Tindley ...
La Cuisinière
... La Cuisinière is a song written by Mary Bolduc and released by the Starr Record Company on her fourth record, alongside Johnny Monfarleau ... The success of the song made Bolduc a household name in Quebec ... The song tells of the encounters of a domestic servant with various suitors ...
Culture Of Yorkshire - Music - Folk Music
... Yorkshire has a rich heritage of folk music and folk dance including particularly Long Sword dance ... Folk songs were collected in the region from the nineteenth century, and it probably had more attention than other northern couinties, but its rich heritage of northern and industrial folk song ... It was not until the second folk revival in the 1950s that Nigel and Mary Hudleston began to attempt to redress the balance, collecting a large number of Yorkshire songs between 1958 and 1978 ...

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