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can sailors, the best of English collections, arranged for solo voice with piano­forte accompaniments, deserves mention.
Thomas, Jean, Devil's Ditties. Chicago: W. Wilbur Hatfield, 1931.
Thorpe, N. H., Songs of the Cowboys. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1921.
Turner, Harriet, Folk Songs of the American Negro. Boston: Boston Mu­sic Co., 1925.
Van Stone, M. R., Spanish Folk Songs of New Mexico. Chicago: R. F. Sey­mour, 1926.
White, C. C, Negro Folk Melodies. Philadelphia: Presser, 1927.
White, N. I., American Negro Folk-Songs. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1928.
Important. Extensive bibliography.
Whiteman, P., and McBride, M. M., Jazz. New York: J. H. Sears and Co., 1926.
Whitney, A. W., and Bullock, C. C, Folk-Lore from Maryland. Vol. XVIII of the Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society. New York: G. E. Stechert and Co., Agents, 1925. Contains words of songs.
WoLFORD, L. J., The Play-Party in Indiana: A Collection of Folksongs and Games. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Commission, 1916.
Work, J. W-, Folk Song of the American Negro. Nashville, Tenn.: Fisk University Press, 1915.
Wyman, Loraine, and Brockway, Howard, Lonesome Tunes: Folk Songs from the Kentucky Mountains. New York: H. W. Gray Co., 1916.
Accompaniments elaborate; a volume popular among professional singers, and a pioneer work in arousing interest.
Wyman, Loraine, and Brockway, Howard, Twenty Kentucky Mountain Songs. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1920.
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