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A.L.Lloyd's "Folk Song In England" is both scholarly and entertaining. It does lack decent references so sometimes the academic reader can get frustrated, though the bibliography is very full. One of Lloyd's great strengths, reflected in this book is the weight given to industrial songs. (Roman letters  in the original).
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[A. L. Lloyd|A.L.Lloyd's] "Folk Song In England" is both scholarly and entertaining. It does lack decent references so sometimes the academic reader can get frustrated, though the bibliography is very full. One of Lloyd's great strengths, reflected in this book is the weight given to industrial songs. (Roman letters  in the original).
  
 
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First published by Lawrence & Wishart, 1967. Paperback editions: Panther Books, 1969; Paladin, 1975.

Revision as of 21:46, 29 April 2007

[A. L. Lloyd|A.L.Lloyd's] "Folk Song In England" is both scholarly and entertaining. It does lack decent references so sometimes the academic reader can get frustrated, though the bibliography is very full. One of Lloyd's great strengths, reflected in this book is the weight given to industrial songs. (Roman letters in the original).

Chapter Headings

I The Foundations of Folk Song

II The Songs of Ceremony and Occasion

III The Big Ballads

IV The Lyrical Songs and Later Ballads

V Industrial Songs


First published by Lawrence & Wishart, 1967. Paperback editions: Panther Books, 1969; Paladin, 1975.