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116               An Introduction to Folk Music in the United States

7.  Frances Densmore, Nootka and Quileute Music (Washington, 1939), p. 185.

8.  Ibid.

9.   Ruth Benedict, Patterns of Culture (New York, 1934).

10.   George Herzog, "A Comparison of Pueblo and Pima Musical Styles," Journal of American Folklore, XLIX (1938), 333.

11.  Ibid.

12.   George Herzog, "Speech-Melody and Primitive Music," Musical Quarterly, XX (1934), 460.

13.  Ibid., p. 461.

14.  Bruno Nettl, "Observations on Meaningless Peyote Song Texts," Journal of American Folklore, LXVI (1953), 161-164.

15.   Bruno Nettl, "The Shawnee Musical Style," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, IX (1953), 284.

16.   George Herzog, "Speech-Melody and Primitive Music."

17.   Bruno Nettl, "Text-Music Relations in Arapaho Songs," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, X (1954), 192-199.

18.   Bruno Nettl, North American Indian Musical Styles (Philadelphia, 1954).

Chapter V

1.  Variants of the ballads mentioned in this chapter can be found in the various collections listed in the bibliographical aids.

2.  Bela Bartok, Hungarian Folk Music (London, 1931); George Herzog, "Song," in Funk and WagnalFs Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, II, 1041.

3.  Francis James Child, The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (8 vols.; Boston, 1857-59).

4.   Samuel P. Bayard, "Prolegomena to a Study of the Principal Melodic FamiHes of British-American Folk Song," Journal of American Folklore, LXIII (1950), 1-44.

5.  From Bay State Ballads, LP Record Fp47/2, Folkways Records. Chapter VI

1.  Henry Edward Krehbiel, Afro-American Folksongs (New York, 1914).

2.  George Pullen Jackson, White and Negro Spirituals (New York, 1943).

3.   Richard A. Waterman, "African Influence in American Negro Music,"

in Sol Tax, ed., Acculturation in the Americas Chicago, 1952); Erich M. von Hombostel, "American Negro Songs," International Review of Missions, XIV (1926), 748.

4.  Jackson, White and Negro Spirituals.

5.  Daniel G. Hoffman, "From Blues to Jazz," Midwest Folklore, V (1955), 107-114.

6.   George Korson, ed., Pennsylvania Songs and Legends (Philadelphia, 1949).

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