Folk tunes from the Phillips Barry Collection : transcribed from dictaphone recordings by S.P. Bayard : manuscript, 1942 June.

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Folk tunes from the Phillips Barry Collection : transcribed from dictaphone recordings by S.P. Bayard : manuscript, 1942 June.

[6] ms. leaves, [33] leaves of ms. music, bound ; 28 cm.

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Barry, Phillips, 1880-1937

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Phillips Barry (1880-1937) was an American ballad scholar. He studied folklore, theology and classical and medieval literature at Harvard and founded the Folk-Song Society of the North-East and edited its Bulletin from 1930 until his death. He collected mainly in New England and collaborated with scholars in Vermont and Maine. (from: Grove Music Online) From the guide to the Songs and ballads from Maine, 1843-1935., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...

Bayard, Samuel Preston

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Samuel Preston Bayard, famed folklorist, conducted fieldwork collecting folk songs even before he enrolled at the Pennsylvania State College. Bayard was born on April 10, 1908 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated with an A.B. in Music in 1934, and received an A.M. in English from Harvard two years later. In 1945, Bayard was hired to teach Freshman Composition at the Pennsylvania State College and his scholarly output dealing with folk music grew tremendously. He was appointed assistant prof...