selected listing of English-language folksongs of the United States sung by children in the recorded collections of the Archive of Folk Song by Catherine E. Parnell

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Published by Library of Congress, Archive of Folk Song in Washington, D.C .

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  • Archive of Folk Song (U.S.),
  • Folk songs, American -- Discography.

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Statementcompiled for the Archive of Folk Song by Catherine E. Parnell.
ContributionsArchive of Folk Song (U.S.)
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Pagination27 p. ;
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL17664716M

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A SELECTED LIST OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE FOLKSONGS OF THE UNITED STATES SUNG BY CHILDREN IN THE RECORDED COLLECTIONS OF THE ARCHIVE OF FOLK CULTURE: American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress The Library of.

A selected listing of English-language folksongs of the United States sung by children: in the recorded collections of the Archive of Folk Song Author: Catherine E Parnell ; Archive of Folk Song (U. Negro school children, Brandon, Miss., Mar. 8, Same AFS U Alan and Elizabeth Lomax Sept./Oct.

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