Research

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Here's a few things to get this section started.

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Journals

The Folk Music Journal. The peer-reviewed journal of the EFDSS. Contents pages are on the FMJ website.

Folklore. The peer-reviewed journal of the Folklore Society. web site

Oral History is the journal of the Oral History Society web site

Journal of the English Folk Dance Society. Six issues between 1914 and 1932.

Magazines

containing published un-refereed learned articles

English Dance & Song is the organ of the EFDSS. It has a web site where extra content is included for each issue.

Projects

The Village Music Project directed by John Adams catalogues and web publishes traditional tunes found in a range of musicians hand written books dating back as far as 1694. web site

The Yorkshire Garland Project aims to collect, collate and disseminate Yorkshire song. See an article on the Yorkshire Folk Arts web site for details.

Individual Researchers

List

After you have consulted the contributions policy, please feel free to add your name in here (with a short sentence describing your research area) and link it either to a new page where you can describe your research or to your research web site. Please do not link directly to pages promoting performances or gig lists. There are other places to do that.

Dance Research

An additional starting point for gathering and cross referencing Dance information.

Song Research

An additional starting point for gathering and cross referencing Song information.


This section (added November 8th 2008) is an initiative by members of the Traditional Song Forum and intended to conduct some further analysis on the work of Francis James Child.

Tune Research

An additional starting point for gathering and cross referencing Tune infomation.


The Fiddler's Companion maintained by Andrew Kuntz on imbiblio.org is a large index of fiddle tunes from around the world.


The Village Music Project run by John Adams and Chris Partington focuses on manuscript collections found within or related to England.

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