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"The Greig-Duncan Folk Song Collection" from North-East Scotland, created in the early years of the twentieth century by Gavin Greig and James Bruce Duncan, is of national and international importance. In its published form it contains 1,933 songs, available in eight volumes arranged thematically. This selection for performers contains 150 songs from the main collection, and takes as its focus 28 of the singers from whom the songs were originally collected. All the singers lived at (or had a connection with) a range of locations in North-East Scotland, and biographical information on them has been gleaned from field research and archives. The book is designed primarily for performers: it is organized by singer, with editorial notes on each song. The selection covers a range of themes, and includes both folksongs and ballads. The book will be of interest to traditional singers, schools and universities that teach Scots song, and those interested in the culture and social history of North-East Scotland. A CD of a selection of the songs accompanies the book.
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Dr Katherine Campbell is a lecturer in ethnomusicology at the department of Celtic and Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh, and General Editor of the Scottish Tradition series of recordings from the School of Scottish Studies Archives. Her publications include The Fiddle in Scottish Culture and Traditional Scottish Songs and Music (with Ewan McVicar). The work on Songs from North-East Scotland was undertaken while she was a British Academy Research Fellow at the Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen.
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Book Description Birlinn Ltd, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111906566011
Book Description Birlinn Ltd, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1906566011