WHO WERE THE FOLK? THE DEMOGRAPHY OF CECIL SHARP'S SOMERSET FOLK SINGERS

@article{Bearman2000WHOWT,
  title={WHO WERE THE FOLK? THE DEMOGRAPHY OF CECIL SHARP'S SOMERSET FOLK SINGERS},
  author={C. Bearman},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={43},
  pages={751 - 775}
}
  • C. Bearman
  • Published 2000
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
The folk music movement was among the most important influences on English cultural life in the years immediately before 1914. Its major figure, both in terms of volume of material collected and published, and in terms of organization and publicity, was Cecil Sharp. Historical understanding of the movement and modern appreciation of the material have been hampered by a Marxist orthodoxy which sees folk music as the cultural property of the working class and which attempts to discredit the folk… Expand

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