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Folk Song Style and Culture

Patterns of performance, theme, text and movement are analyzed in large samples of films an recordings from the whole range of human culture, according to the methods explained in this volume.

Author : Alan Lomax

Release : 2017-07-12

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1351519662

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Song and dance style--viewed as nonverbal communications about culture--are here related to social structure and cultural history. Patterns of performance, theme, text and movement are analyzed in large samples of films an recordings from the whole range of human culture, according to the methods explained in this volume. Cantometrics, which means song as a measure of man, finds that traditions of singing trace the main historic distributions of human culture and that specific traits of performance are communications about identifiable aspects of society. The predictable and universal relations between expressive communication and social organization, here established for the first time, open up the possibility of a scientific aesthetics, useful to planners.

Folk Song Style

Author : Alan Lomax

Release : 1969

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The Savor the South® Cookbooks, 10 Volume Omnibus E-book

Washington, D.C.: O≈ce of Folklife Programs, Smithsonian Institution, 1982. ——
—. ''The 'Folkniks'—and the Songs They Sing.'' Sing Out!, Summer 1959, 30–31.
———. Folk Song Style and Culture. Washington, D.C.: American Association ...

Author : The University of North Carolina Press

Release : 2014-04-01

Publisher : UNC Press Books

ISBN : 146961569X

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Each little cookbook in our SAVOR THE SOUTH® collection is a big celebration of a beloved food or tradition of the American South. From buttermilk to bourbon, pecans to peaches, one by one SAVOR THE SOUTH® cookbooks will stock a kitchen shelf with the flavors and culinary wisdom of this popular American regional cuisine. Written by well-known cooks and food lovers, the books brim with personality, the informative and often surprising culinary and natural history of southern foodways, and a treasure of some fifty recipes each—from delicious southern classics to sparkling international renditions that open up worlds of taste for cooks everywhere. You'll want to collect them all. This Omnibus E-Book brings together for the first time the first 10 books published in the series. You'll find: Buttermilk by Debbie Moose Pecans by Kathleen Purvis Peaches by Kelly Alexander Tomatoes by Miriam Rubin Biscuits by Belinda Ellis Bourbon by Kathleen Purvis Okra by Virginia Willis Pickles and Preserves by Andrea Weigl Sweet Potatoes by April McGreger Southern Holidays by Debbie Moose Included are almost 500 recipes for these uniquely Southern ingredients.

Reds, Whites, and Blues

Journal of Popular Culture 5:102–24. Lomax, Alan. 1942. “Fisk University
Mississippi Delta Collection.” Washington, DC: Library of Congress. ———. 1959
. “Folk Song Style.” American Anthropologist 61:927–54. ———. 1960. The Folk
Songs ...

Author : William G. Roy

Release : 2013-12-26

Publisher : Princeton University Press

ISBN : 0691162085

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Music, and folk music in particular, is often embraced as a form of political expression, a vehicle for bridging or reinforcing social boundaries, and a valuable tool for movements reconfiguring the social landscape. Reds, Whites, and Blues examines the political force of folk music, not through the meaning of its lyrics, but through the concrete social activities that make up movements. Drawing from rich archival material, William Roy shows that the People's Songs movement of the 1930s and 40s, and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s implemented folk music's social relationships--specifically between those who sang and those who listened--in different ways, achieving different outcomes. Roy explores how the People's Songsters envisioned uniting people in song, but made little headway beyond leftist activists. In contrast, the Civil Rights Movement successfully integrated music into collective action, and used music on the picket lines, at sit-ins, on freedom rides, and in jails. Roy considers how the movement's Freedom Songs never gained commercial success, yet contributed to the wider achievements of the Civil Rights struggle. Roy also traces the history of folk music, revealing the complex debates surrounding who or what qualified as "folk" and how the music's status as racially inclusive was not always a given. Examining folk music's galvanizing and unifying power, Reds, Whites, and Blues casts new light on the relationship between cultural forms and social activity.

Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

The coding sheets were used to create numerical master profiles for each culture
to be compared cross-culturally. Lomax ... Much of the content of Folk Song Style
and Culture was introduced through a series of panels at the American ...

Author : William Forde Thompson

Release : 2014-07-18

Publisher : SAGE Publications

ISBN : 1452283028

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This first definitive reference resource to take a broad interdisciplinary approach to the nexus between music and the social and behavioral sciences examines how music affects human beings and their interactions in and with the world. The interdisciplinary nature of the work provides a starting place for students to situate the status of music within the social sciences in fields such as anthropology, communications, psychology, linguistics, sociology, sports, political science and economics, as well as biology and the health sciences. Features: Approximately 450 articles, arranged in A-to-Z fashion and richly illustrated with photographs, provide the social and behavioral context for examining the importance of music in society. Entries are authored and signed by experts in the field and conclude with references and further readings, as well as cross references to related entries. A Reader's Guide groups related entries by broad topic areas and themes, making it easy for readers to quickly identify related entries. A Chronology of Music places material into historical context; a Glossary defines key terms from the field; and a Resource Guide provides lists of books, academic journals, websites and cross-references. The multimedia digital edition is enhanced with video and audio clips and features strong search-and-browse capabilities through the electronic Reader’s Guide, detailed index, and cross references. Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, available in both multimedia digital and print formats, is a must-have reference for music and social science library collections.

A Companion to Folklore

FOLK MUSIC AND MUSICAL STYLE All students of folk music grapple with the
question of musical style. ... In the 1968 book Folk Song Style and Culture, Alan
Lomax presents his “cantometrics” experiment, which enumerated the stylistic ...

Author : Regina F. Bendix

Release : 2012-03-12

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

ISBN : 1444354388

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A Companion to Folklore presents an original and comprehensive collection of essays from international experts in the field of folklore studies. Unprecedented in depth and scope, this state-of-the-art collection uniquely displays the vitality of folklore research across the globe. An unprecedented collection of original, state of the art essays on folklore authored by international experts Examines the practices and theoretical approaches developed to understand the phenomena of folklore Considers folklore in the context of multi-disciplinary topics that include poetics, performance, religious practice, myth, ritual and symbol, oral textuality, history, law, politics and power as well as the social base of folklore Selected by Choice as a 2013 Outstanding Academic Title

Alan Lomax

Cultural. Equity: The. Academic. Years. Introduction. by. Gage. Averill. There is a
specter haunting this essay and this section of the volume: Alan Lomax's 1968
book Folk Song Style and ... Why not, then, just read Folk Song Style and Culture
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Author : Ronald Cohen

Release : 2004-03-01

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135949220

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Alan Lomax is a legendary figure in American folk music circles. Although he published many books, hundreds of recordings and dozens of films, his contributions to popular and academic journals have never been collected. This collection of writings, introduced by Lomax's daughter Anna, reintroduces these essential writings. Drawing on the Lomax Archives in New York, this book brings together articles from the 30s onwards. It is divided into four sections, each capturing a distinct period in the development of Lomax's life and career: the original years as a collector and promoter; the period from 1950-58 when Lomax was recording thorughout Europe; the folk music revival years; and finally his work in academia.

Hearts of Pine

Songs in the Lives of Three Korean Survivors of the Japanese "Comfort Women"
Joshua D. Pilzer. PREFACE. I began the research for this book in 2001 as my
dissertation project in ethnomusicology, the study of the social and cultural life of
music. ... At the outset, with the possible exception of my love of Korean singing
and the repertoire of Korean folk songs I knew through time I had spent in South
... I was also overwhelmed by the diversity of their personalities and singing
styles.

Author : Joshua D. Pilzer

Release : 2012-02-10

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 019975957X

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Hearts of Pine focuses on the selves and social lives that three former Korean 'comfort women' cultivated through song. During four decades of post-war public secrecy about the comfort women system, song served for these women as both a private and a public means of coping with their trauma-each used song in a different way to reckon with their experiences and to forge a new sense of self. Drawing on seven years' worth of first-hand experience, author Johsua D. Pilzer reveals the rich and intricate inner worlds of song that have profoundly shaped these women's lives.

Culture and Customs of Taiwan

wanese popular music, developed under the influence of the vocal style of
Japanese folk songs, has a trembling, ... their vocal styles have become more
influenced by the Mandarin pop song styles more familiar to their younger
listeners.

Author : Gary Marvin Davison

Release : 1998

Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN : 9780313302985

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Discusses the traditions, culture, religion, media, literature, and arts of Taiwan.

Women and Music in Cross-cultural Perspective

List , George 1961 " Speech - Melody and Song Melody in Central Thailand , "
Ethnomusicology 5 ( 1 ) : 16-32 . Lomax , Alan 1968 Folksong Style and Culture .
Washington , D.C .: American Association for the Advancement of Science .

Author : Ellen Koskoff

Release : 1987

Publisher : University of Illinois Press

ISBN : 9780252060571

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This volume offers an introduction to the field of women, music, and culture, examining the implications of gender upon music performance. The presentation focuses on women from many different countries, cultures and historical periods--from the professional musician to the village preserver of traditional music and culture, from the young woman of the 19th century of hymnody tradition of the U.S. to the female tayu or chanter in the male dominated Gidayu narrative tradition of Japan.

Voices of a People

The seminal work of Ruth Rubin, a pioneering collector, singer, folklorist, writer, and crusader for the vanishing legacy of the Yiddish world, Voices of a People remains the only general introduction to Yiddish folksong.

Author : Ruth Rubin

Release : 2000

Publisher : University of Illinois Press

ISBN : 9780252069185

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The seminal work of Ruth Rubin, a pioneering collector, singer, folklorist, writer, and crusader for the vanishing legacy of the Yiddish world, Voices of a People remains the only general introduction to Yiddish folksong. A priceless collection of song texts in Yiddish and English, as well as a selection of tunes Rubin transcribed, this volume brings the Jews' ancient, itinerant culture alive through children's songs, dancing songs, and songs about love and courtship, poverty and work, crime and corruption, immigration, and the dream of a homeland. Rubin's notes and annotations weave each text into the larger story of the Jewish experience. Noted scholar Mark Slobin provides a new foreword that includes a biographical sketch of Rubin and an assessment of her contributions over a lifetime of collecting, absorbing, and disseminating Yiddish folksong.

A Study of the Southern Folk Song Style Area Sweetheart Murder Ballad

63 The fact that these five tendencies - - an emphasis on violence , a tendency of
the culture to center around families , a ... were basic to the Southern Folk Song
Style Area culture explained why the Southern Folk Song Style Area Sweetheart
 ...

Author : Keith Kermit Cunningham

Release : 1976

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Evolution and Victorian Culture

Most investigations of evolutionism in dance have not included examinations of
the socio-cultural and historical ... in Alan Lomax's Folk Song Style and Culture.3
Similar revisionist tactics were operative among scholars of dance ethnology, ...

Author : Bernard V. Lightman

Release : 2014-05-29

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 1139992309

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In this collection of essays from leading scholars, the dynamic interplay between evolution and Victorian culture is explored for the first time, mapping new relationships between the arts and sciences. Rather than focusing simply on evolution and literature or art, this volume brings together essays exploring the impact of evolutionary ideas on a wide range of cultural activities including painting, sculpture, dance, music, fiction, poetry, cinema, architecture, theatre, photography, museums, exhibitions and popular culture. Broad-ranging, rather than narrowly specialized, each chapter provides a brief introduction to key scholarship, a central section exploring original insights drawn from primary source material, and a conclusion offering overarching principles and a projection towards further areas of research. Each chapter covers the work of significant individuals and groups applying evolutionary theory to their particular art, both as theorists and practitioners. This comprehensive examination of topics sheds light on larger and previously unknown Victorian cultural patterns.

The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature

Lomax , A . Folk song style and culture . Washington 1968 . Mabey , R . The pop
process . 1969 . Development and significance of ' pop ' . Malone , B . C . Country
music U . S . A . Austin , Texas 1969 . Discusses its subject in social and ...

Author : George Watson

Release : 1972

Publisher : CUP Archive

ISBN :

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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 4 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.

Essential Song

Hugill, Peter J. 1988. The Transfer and Transformation of Ideas and Material
Culture. ... ”The Evaluation of Tempo: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Metro-
Rhythmic Patterns." E thnomusicology ... Lomax, Alan. 1968. Folk Song Style and
Culture.

Author : Lynn Whidden

Release : 2017-05-20

Publisher : Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN : 1554588197

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Audio Files located on Soundcloud Essential Song: Three Decades of Northern Cree Music, a study of subarctic Cree hunting songs, is the first detailed ethnomusicology of the northern Cree of Quebec and Manitoba. The result of more than two decades spent in the North learning from the Cree, Lynn Whidden’s account discusses the tradition of the hunting songs, their meanings and origins, and their importance to the hunt. She also examines women’s songs, and traces the impact of social change—including the introduction of hymns, Gospel tunes, and country music—on the song traditions of these communities. The book also explores the introduction of powwow song into the subarctic and the Crees struggle to maintain their Aboriginal heritage—to find a kind of song that, like the hunting songs, can serve as a spiritual guide and force. Including profiles of the hunters and their songs and accompanied (online) by original audio tracks of more than fifty Cree hunting songs, Essential Song makes an important contribution to ethnomusicology, social history, and Aboriginal studies.

Russian Folk Songs

Anyone interested in this rich repertory of folk song, whether as teacher, singer, or music lover, will find this a rewarding collection.

Author : Vadim Prokhorov

Release : 2002-01-08

Publisher : Scarecrow Press

ISBN : 1461701821

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Provides a basis for understanding the ethnomusicological principles of Russian folk song. In addition to his discussion of the various categories, Prokhorov includes a generous selection of songs arranged for voice and piano, together with texts and translations of the song texts. Anyone interested in this rich repertory of folk song, whether as teacher, singer, or music lover, will find this a rewarding collection.

North American Indian Music

Lomax, Alan 1959 Folk Song Style. ... early attempt to classifyworld music
traditions through statistical analysis ofcertain measures developed by Lomax,
this contains aprofile of the “Amerindian” song style ... 1968 Folk Song Style and
Culture.

Author : Richard Keeling

Release : 2013-10-15

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135503095

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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Anglo-American Folksong Style

Author : Roger D. Abrahams

Release : 1968

Publisher : Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall

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Southern Music/American Music

His Folk Songs of North America (New York: Doubleday, 1960) remains the best
one-volume collection of American folk songs and is a repository of provocative
theories about the conservatism of folk styles and their relationship to culture.

Author : Bill C. Malone

Release : 2015-01-13

Publisher : University Press of Kentucky

ISBN : 0813149150

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The South -- an inspiration for songwriters, a source of styles, and the birthplace of many of the nation's greatest musicians -- plays a defining role in American musical history. It is impossible to think of American music of the past century without such southern-derived forms as ragtime, jazz, blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, rhythm and blues, Cajun, zydeco, Tejano, rock'n'roll, and even rap. Musicians and listeners around the world have made these vibrant styles their own. Southern Music/American Music is the first book to investigate the facets of American music from the South and the many popular forms that emerged from it. In this substantially revised and updated edition, Bill C. Malone and David Stricklin bring this classic work into the twenty-first century, including new material on recent phenomena such as the huge success of the soundtrack to O Brother, Where Art Thou? and the renewed popularity of Southern music, as well as important new artists Lucinda Williams, Alejandro Escovedo, and the Dixie Chicks, among others. Extensive bibliographic notes and a new suggested listening guide complete this essential study.