2 edition of One hundred folksongs of all nations. found in the catalog.
One hundred folksongs of all nations.
Bantock, Granville Sir
|Series||The musicians library|
|LC Classifications||M1627 B19 O5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
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See all 2 formats and editions Hide 1/5(1). One hundred folksongs of all nations: for medium voice. Sir Granville Bantock. Oliver Ditson, - Folk songs - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book One Hundred Folk Songs of All Nations: For Medium Voice Sir Granville Bantock No preview available - This is one of a series of posts about books used as source material for Art Song Central.
Book Title: One Hundred Folksongs of All Nations (Medium voice) Editor: Granville Bantock () Publ. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bantock, Granville, Sir, One hundred folksongs of all nations, ed.
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Bantock, Granville. I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [ force assignment] Movements/Sections. Sally in our Alley. O Willow, Willow. The Vicar of Bray. Come, lasses and lads. My ain kind dearie, O. The Laird o’ Cockpen. O Logie o’ Buchan. The Las Rose of Summer. The Minstrel Boy. The Daughters of er: Bantock, Granville.
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The opponents of this school, however, impressed by the fact that the essential characteristics of the folksong—its freshness, spontaneity, naturalness, and unconventionality—are the very qualities which are conspicuously absent from the popular song-music of the past, maintain that folksongs are the products not of the individual, but of a people or community, and that we are.
This is one of the most common of English folksongs. The words are on broadsides by Barraclough of Nuneaton and others. The words are on broadsides by Barraclough of Nuneaton and others. Variants of the tune are given in Barrett’s English Folk Songs (No. 46), and in the Journal of the Folk-Song Society (volume i, p.
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