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Roots of the Revival: American and British Folk Music in the 1950s
Roots of the Revival: American and British Folk Music in the 1950s Ronald D. Cohen and Rachel Clare Donaldson. Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2014. Illus. Bibliog.
Making ‘Modern Fairies’: Making Fairies Modern
Abstract The Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project ‘Modern Fairies and Loathly Ladies’ investigated what happened when a number of artists (musicians, writers, filmmakers) were asked to
‘I realised it was the same song’: Familiarisation, assimilation and making meaning with new folk music
In many settings, folk music continues to be a vibrant resource for contemporary audiences. Existing research in the folk music scene has largely been centred on participation, reflecting historical
Anything goes? Recognising norms, leadership and moderating behaviours at folk clubs in England
Understanding the behavioural norms at folk clubs in England is complex because their rules of operation are rarely explicit. It is unclear how singers acquire the appropriate skills for successful...
Creativity and community in an entrepreneurial undergraduate music module
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‘Old Adam was the first man formed’: (In)forming and investigating listeners’ experiences of new music as audience enrichment, public engagement and research
Talk-based audience research has been shown to shape the engagement of research participants (Reason, 2010; O’Neill, Edelman & Sloboda, 2016; Pitts & Gross, forthcoming). Asking participants to
Co-writing about co-producing musical heritage: