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by Cecil Sharp,Maud Karpeles
Cecil Sharp's "English Folk Song: Some Conclusions" was considered to be a classic on the subject and .
She never wavered from the original idea of the essential purity of folk song, free from commercialisation or vulgarity. Today a more interactive theory is widely held. Eighty English Folk Songs from the southern Appalachians collected by Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles" (1968 Faber & Faber) (Piano accompaniments by Benjamin Britten). Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles. 80 Appalachian Folk Songs" (1983).
The book itself is an excellent resource for anyone looking into Appalachian-English folk songs. One person found this helpful.
First published in 1932, Cecil Sharp's English Folk-Songs from the Southern Appalachians contains 274 songs - ballads. The book itself is an excellent resource for anyone looking into Appalachian-English folk songs.
Maud Karpeles (1885 - 1976) was a folk music collector and scholar. She worked closely with Cecil Sharp for many years becoming his literary executor on his death.
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Collects the lyrics and music for a variety of traditional folk songs, including ballads, lullabies, and love songs.
It's been 100 years since Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles came to the North Carolina mountains to collect the folk songs . Cecil Sharp’s Appalachian Photographs exhibit opened Sept. 21 in Burnsville, NC, at the Toe River Gallery
It's been 100 years since Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles came to the North Carolina mountains to collect the folk songs that migrated with the settlers from the British Isles. 21 in Burnsville, NC, at the Toe River Gallery. Burnsville is where Sharp and Karpeles stayed a month, the longest time spent anywhere in their travels. Cecil Sharp in Appalachia. 4 August 2018 ·. Cecil Sharp's Appalachian Photographs. Toe River Arts Council Burnsville, North Carolina September 15 through October 20.
Sharp, Cecil James,, Karpeles, Maud. Britten, Benjamin,Eighty English Folk Songs From The Southern Appalachians. Collected by Cecil J. Sharp and Maud Karpeles. Specimen piano accompaniments by Benjamin Britten. Chord symbols by Pat Shaw. Main Author: Sharp, Cecil James. Other Names: Karpeles, Maud.
Their presentation is devoted to the astounding collection of songs and music made by English collectors Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles in the Southern Appalachians over three summers in 1916, 1917 and 1918, one of the most extensive folk song collections ever made.
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