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Folksongs of Britain and Ireland : a guidebook to the living tradition of folksinging in the British Isles and Ireland, containing 360 folksongs from fieldrecordings sung in English, Lowland Scots, Scottish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic and Manx Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish, Channel Islands French, Romany and Tinkers' Cants, etc. / edited by Peter Kennedy, assisted by Allison Whyte [and others] ; Musical transcriptions and guitar chords by Raymond Parfrey
Bib ID 2414165
Format BookBook
Author
Kennedy, Peter, ed
 
Description London : Cassell, 1975 
xvi, 824p. : map, music, ports. 
ISBN 0304937541
Subjects Folk songs, English.
Other authors/contributors Parfrey, Raymond

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