Folk / World Music Reference:
Folk / World Music Online Resources:
The Full English catalogue includes nineteen collections, the six collections which comprised the Take 6 project, the Sabine Baring-Gould material catalogued for the Devon Tradition project.While the individual collected songs and dances are the bedrock of the material, each collection also holds significant other material - correspondence, lecture and article notes, newspaper cuttings, and the like. The format of most items is Manuscript but might also be Broadside, Printed (item), Typescript, or Audio.
The Global Jukebox explores connections between families of expressive style. One can travel the world of song, dance and language through the Wheel Chart and the Map. Thousands of examples of the world’s music, dance and other expressive behavior are available. The Global Jukebox is presented as a free, non-commercial, educational place for everybody, students, educators, scholars, scientists, musicians, dancers, linguists, artists and music fans to explore expressive patterns in their cultural-geographic and diasporic settings and alongside other people’s. By inviting familiarity with many kinds of vocalizing, musicking, moving, and talking, we hope to advance cultural equity and to reconnect people and communities with their creative heritage.
To find more books on film music, consult the subject heading:
Motion Picture Music History and Criticism
ALSO NOTE: The Libraries own many titles in the book series: Scarecrow film score guides
Other resources at WSU: