Vaughan Williams and folk : 150th anniversary essays / edited by Steve Roud and David Atkinson.Material type: TextPublication details: London : Ballad Partners, 2023..Description: 187 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN:
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Introduction: Vaughan Williams and folk song / Julian Onderdonk -- The aunt, the neighbour, and the wife: how personal relationships shaped Vaughan Williams as a folk song collector / Caroline Davison -- 'All things were quite silent / Malcolm Barr-Hamilton -- A legacy of song: Vaughan Williams in the west, 1902 / Martin Graebe -- Vaughan Williams in the Rotherham area, 1907 / Paul Davenport -- Ralph Vaughan Williams and Leoš Janáček as folk song collectors / Jiri Čevela -- The Vaughan Williams folk dance recordings of 1930 / Sean Goddard and Chris Jewell -- The Vaughan Williams folk song arrangements / John Francis -- Beyond 'Rhosymedre': Vaughan Williams's Welsh folk song arrangements for the Gregynog Choir / Rhian Davies -- Reprinted pieces: English folk song (1910/11) -- Musical notes (1912) -- How to sing a folk-song (1926) -- Vaughan Williams and the modes (1999) / Julian Onderdonk.