An Introduction to Folk Music in the United States

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MUSICAL EXAMPLES
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1. "Lady Isabel and the Elf-Knight"92
2. "Lord Bateman"92
3. "The Golden Vanity"93
4. "The Gypsy Laddie"94
5. "The Gypsy Laddie" (variant of tune in Example 4)94
6. "Jubilee" (variant of tune in Example 4)95
7. "The Lonesome Dove" (tune only)95
8. "The Jolly Lumberman" ("Canady-I-O")96
9. "The Pretty Mohea"97
10. "When I Was a Young Girl," Play-party song98
11. "Soldier's Joy," Fiddle-tune99
12. Baduna Paddlers' Song (Republic of Congo: Brazzaville)100
13. "John Henry"101
14. (a) "We'll Wait Till Jesus Comes," White spiritual102

(b) "Down by the Riverside," Negro spiritual102

15. "Amazing Grace," Negro spiritual103
16. Makah Indian song104
17. Modoc Indian song104
18. Arapaho Indian "Thunderbird Song"105
19. Two Creek Indian "Duck Dance Songs"106
20. Teton Dakota Indian Moccasin Game song106
21. Ute Indian Peyote song107
22. Arapaho Indian Peyote song107
23. Blackfoot Indian song, with English words108
24. "So Will Ich's Aber Heben An," Amish song108
25. "Hraly Dudy," Czech song110
26. "Ach Synku," Czech song110
27. "Okolo Třeboně," Czech song111
28. "Aja Lejber Man," Slovak industrial song112
29. Ukrainian Polyphonic Song112
30. Rumanian Christmas Carol113
31. Rumanian Christmas Carol113
32. "Pill Oll Helle," Estonian song114

-vii-

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An Introduction to Folk Music in the United States
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface iv
  • Contents vi
  • Musical Examples vii
  • I - DEFINING FOLK MUSIC 1
  • II - GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FOLK and PRIMITIVE MUSIC 8
  • III - THE ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS of AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC 20
  • IV - INDIAN MUSIC of the UNITED STATES 24
  • V - THE BRITISH TRADITION 39
  • VI - IMMIGRANTS from EUROPE and AFRICA 53
  • VII - FOLK MUSIC in the METROPOLIS 61
  • VIII - THE PROFESSIONAL FOLK SINGER 69
  • IX - COLLECTING and STUDYING FOLK MUSIC 75
  • X - FOLK MUSIC and CULTIVATED MUSIC 85
  • Notes 115
  • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AIDS - Suggestions for further reading and study 118
  • Index 123
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