Karpeles

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Maud Karpeles - Bibliography
... Maud Karpeles "The Lancashire Morris Dance, containing a description of the Royton Morris Dance, collected and edited by Maud Karpeles" (London Novello ... Fox Strangeways and Maud Karpeles "Cecil Sharp" (1933 1st ed) (1955 2nd ed) (1967 3rd ed) Edited by Maud Karpeles "English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians ... English Folk-Song Some Conclusions" (preface by Maud Karpeles in 2nd ed 1936) "English Folk-Song Some Conclusions" (edited by Maud Karpeles in 3rd ed 1954 and 4th ed 1965) "Eighty English Folk Songs from the ...
Maud Karpeles - 1932 and After
... EFDSS elected Karpeles as honorary secretary ... Karpeles organised the International Folk Dance Festival and Conference in London in 1935 ... Once the folk singer Phil Tanner was discovered in Gower, Wales, Karpeles made sure that he was recorded ...
Cecil Sharp - In America
... The visit, made with his collaborator Maud Karpeles during the years 1916–1918, was a great success ... of Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee, Sharp and Karpeles recorded a treasure trove of folk songs, many using the pentatonic scale and many in versions quite different from ... Generally, Sharp recorded the tunes, while Karpeles was responsible for the words ...
Maud Karpeles
... Maud Karpeles (12 November 1885 – 1 October 1976) was a collector of folksongs and dance teacher ... Maud Karpeles was born in London in 1885 to Jewish parents ... Karpeles became a Fabian and joined the settlement as a social worker ...
Gustav Karpeles
... Gustav Karpeles (November 11th, 1848, Ivanovice na Hané, Moravia – 1909) was a German Jewish historian of literature and editor son of Elijah Karpeles ...