Cover image for Folklore & society; essays in honor of Benj. A. Botkin.
Title:
Folklore & society; essays in honor of Benj. A. Botkin.
Author:
Jackson, Bruce, 1936- , editor.
Publication Information:
Hatboro, Pa. : Folklore Associates, 1966.
Physical Description:
xii, 192 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes unacc. melodies.
Language:
English
Contents:
The folkness of the non-folk vs. the non-folkness of the folk, by C. Seeger.--Folk music, old and new, by W. Rhodes.--The question of folklore in a new nation, by R. M. Dorson.--The ballad scholar and the long-playing record, by K. S. Goldstein.--A sampling of bawdy ballads from Ontario, by E. Fowke.--Plugging, nailing, wedging, and kindred folk medicinal practices, by W. D. Hand.--Negro minstrelsy and Shakespearean burlesque, by C. Haywood.--John Henry, by M. Leach.--Some child ballads on hillbilly records, by J. McCulloh.--Slavic influences in Yiddish folksong, by R. Rubin.--Cents and nonsense in the urban folksong movement: 1930-1966, by E. Stekert.--Bibliography of the writings of Benjamin A. Botkin (p. 169-192)
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