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IRA W FORD Traditional Music in America edition published by folklore associates, inc Hatboro Pennsylvania 1965

£39.99

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WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY JUDITH McCULLOH
GRADE THAT WHEAT AND CRADLE THAT RYE, BUCKWHEAT BUTTER AND HUCKLEBERRY PIE, GINGERBREAD PUDDING AND BRANDY MINCEMEAT PROMENADE AROUND UNTIL YOU FIND A SEAT!
more alive and vivid than written history are these songs and dances, games , entertainment, reflecting the dangers the activities and pleasures, and the romance in the heart of the american pioneers.
to trace Americas musical tradition from one community to another-to find the source of the stories and legends behind the songs, Mr ford has gone to the decendants of the post-colonial pioneers.

the book is in very good condition with a light blue dust jacket that dos show discolouring faded by the sun, and a few pieces missing from the dust cover. apart from this the book is in very good condition there is 4 library stamps in the book and 2 are stuck on and not stamped
this hardback is the edition published by folklore associates, inc hatboro Pennsylvania 1965

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WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY JUDITH McCULLOH
GRADE THAT WHEAT AND CRADLE THAT RYE, BUCKWHEAT BUTTER AND HUCKLEBERRY PIE, GINGERBREAD PUDDING AND BRANDY MINCEMEAT PROMENADE AROUND UNTIL YOU FIND A SEAT!
more alive and vivid than written history are these songs and dances, games , entertainment, reflecting the dangers the activities and pleasures, and the romance in the heart of the american pioneers.
to trace Americas musical tradition from one community to another-to find the source of the stories and legends behind the songs, Mr ford has gone to the decendants of the post-colonial pioneers.

the book is in very good condition with a light blue dust jacket that dos show discolouring faded by the sun, and a few pieces missing from the dust cover. apart from this the book is in very good condition there is 4 library stamps in the book and 2 are stuck on and not stamped
this hardback is the edition published by folklore associates, inc hatboro Pennsylvania 1965

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Used: very good

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