EDS Vol 45 No 1
THREE BROTHERS IN FAIR WARWICKSHIRE
A ballad and its story examined by Mike Yates.
John Howson's interview with Fred 'Pip' Whting, the Suffolk singer, fiddler, bones-player and jig-doll dancer.
David Cooke of the Whitworth Morris Men gives his opinions on Morris Clubs, Tradition and 'over dancing'.
THREE MORRIS TUNES
Collected by Cecil Sharp, 19th and 23rd of August, 1909, from H.Sturch, Shipton-on-Stour. Contributed by Roy Dommett.
Songs and tales from an Irish Travelling Man. Collected by Pat McKenzie and Jim Carroll.
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS AND FOLK MUSIC
Ursula Vaughan Williams writes about R.V.W. and his folk song influences.
CLIVE CAREY CENTENARY
Some notes by C.D.Smith on the well known collector. The centenary of his birth is celebrated this year (1983).
SAMUEL BARRETT AND HIS TIN
A reprint from the New Zealand folk newsletter Heritage(1970) of Frank Fyfe's article on the one-string fiddle player Sam Barrett.
NEWTON-IN-FURNESS PACE EGG PLAY
Collected by Margaret E.McCormick from Mr George Rigg
THE FAMOUS OLD HINDLEY GREEN MORRIS DANCERS
The results of Tony Dann's researches into the archives of his local Lancashire newpapers.
Leeds Traditional Music Conference
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