Publications on Ethnomusicology

“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

Title DateReference
The Story of a Catskill Ballad
1952New York Folklore Quarterly, 8, (1952): p. 245-266
Songs: 'The Foggy Dew' (Irish)1954New York Folklore Quarterly, 10, (1954): p. 213-217
The Bold Soldier of Yarrow1955The Journal of American Folklore, v68 n268 (19550401): 201-209
Regional and Occupational Orientations of American Traditional Song
1959The Journal of American Folklore, v72 n286 (19591001): 310-344
Catskill Lockup Songs1960New York Folklore Quarterly, 16, (1960): p. 90-103
A Thousand Years before Arkansas1964The Journal of American Folklore, v77 n306 (19641001): 350
Songsmith of the Northeastern Lumber Camps1965Forest History, v9 n3 (19651001): 32-33
A Simplified Mode Classification for Traditional Anglo-American Song Tunes1971[Urbana, Ill. : Published for the International Folk Music Council by the University of Illinois Press], 1971.
I Walk the Road Again and Again.1972In: 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.)1982Co-authors:
Herbert Haufrecht; Norman Studer.
Albany: State University of New York Press, ©1982.

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