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American folk song and folklore

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      • A bibliography.

        StatementScholarly Press
        PublishersScholarly Press
        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages47
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100403016150

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Audio Connections The following titles in this bibliography are also available in an audio format. This reissue provides large print and helpful cartoon images for each riddle.


For more read-aloud folk stories, check out Juba This and Juba That: Stories to Tell, Songs to Sing, Rhymes to Chant, Riddles to Guess, and More, edited by Virginia A. to visit the member-only group. In a music and song section meeting, ethnomusicologists interested in punk might rub shoulders with old-school ballad scholars, which can make for an exciting lunch!

He's received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the North American Folk Alliance and continues to tour nationwide.

25 American Folk Heroes and The Stories Behind Them

Certainly, her early records were very folky. Inside each page you can find more information about the artist or music genre. However, it remains by and large a Christmas tune.

] Railroad Bill is commonly revered as a Robin Hood figure of sorts for the Black community. As long as that music is made primarily for the sake of giving voice to a particular community it is contributing to the ongoing tradition of American folk music. Many folk heroes such as American folk song and folklore Glass and Annie Oakley are based on actual people, while others are pure fiction such as the Maid of the Mist and Bud Billiken.

Older readers will enjoy other humorous Schwartz collections— Flapdoodle: Pure Nonsense from American Folklore HarperCollins, 1980 and Whoppers: Tall Tales and Other Lies HarperCollins, 1975. There was, however, another woman by a similar name who existed around that time but who lived further north and had a starkly different reputation.

The character is based on a real man nameda religious extremist born in 1774 in Massachusetts. Their manner of incorporating bluegrass and jazz-like solo jams has inspired countless jam bands since their inception.