“One outcome of our study was the development of an overall view of Catskill music as constituting of a sort of cultural pocket in respect to its song lore. … The analysis sustaining such a view … relies rather more on the evidence from musical comparison than is usual in folklore studies.”
—Cazden, Norman, Haufrecht, Herbert,
and Studer, Norman. Folk Songs of the Catskills, page 27
|The Story of a Catskill Ballad||1952||New York Folklore Quarterly, 8, (1952): p. 245-266|
|Songs: 'The Foggy Dew' (Irish)||1954||New York Folklore Quarterly, 10, (1954): p. 213-217|
|The Bold Soldier of Yarrow||1955||The Journal of American Folklore, v68 n268 (19550401): 201-209|
|Regional and Occupational Orientations of American Traditional Song||1959||The Journal of American Folklore, v72 n286 (19591001): 310-344|
|Catskill Lockup Songs||1960||New York Folklore Quarterly, 16, (1960): p. 90-103|
|A Thousand Years before Arkansas||1964||The Journal of American Folklore, v77 n306 (19641001): 350|
|Songsmith of the Northeastern Lumber Camps||1965||Forest History, v9 n3 (19651001): 32-33|
|A Simplified Mode Classification for Traditional Anglo-American Song Tunes||1971||[Urbana, Ill. : Published for the International Folk Music Council by the University of Illinois Press], 1971.|
|I Walk the Road Again and Again.||1972||In: Annual meeting (1972 ; Toronto) / Society for Ethnomusicology|
|Notes and sources for Folksongs of the Catskills (Edited and annotated, with a study of tune formation and relationships; accompanies the songbook collection, Folksongs of the Catskills.)||1982||Co-authors:
Herbert Haufrecht; Norman Studer.
Albany: State University of New York Press, ©1982.