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Last leaves of traditional ballads and ballad airs / collected in Aberdeenshire by the late Gavin Greig, and edited, with an introductory essay, collations, and notes, by Alexander Keith
Bib ID 217885
Format BookBook
Author
Greig, Gavin, 1856-1914
 
Description Aberdeen, Scotland The Buchan Club, 1925 
xliv, 320 p. : music ; 26 cm. 
Notes

"This volume ... contains about one-seventh of the total folk-song and folk-music collections made by the late Gavin Greig ... assisted by the late Rev. J.B. Duncan ... for the New Spalding Club."--Editor's note.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 293-304.

Subjects Ballads, English -- Scotland -- History and criticism.
Other authors/contributors Keith, Alexander, 1895-
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Traditional ballads and ballad airs

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