LIST OF FOLKLORE BOOKS SCOTICA & RELATED WORKS IN POSSESSION OF M.S.

 

A' Choisir-Chiuil.  The St. Columba Collection of Gaelic Songs, arranged for Part-Singing.  Paisley: Parlane, n.d. [? c. 1910-20] 96 pp.

 

Aberdeenshire Lintie, The: being a Collection of Poems and Songs, by various suthors connected with Aberdeenshire. Aberdeen: Printed by John Avery for Thomas C. Watson, 1854.  104 pp.

 

Aitken, Mary Carlyle.  Scottish Song.  A selection of the choicest lyrics of Scotland.  London: Macmillan, 1874.  viii, 308 pp.  No music.

 

Alison, James N.  Poetry of Northeast Scotland.  London-Edinburgh:  Heinemann Educational Books, 1976.  xxix, 178 pp.

 

Alison, Robert.  The Anecdotage of Glasgow, comprising Anecdotes and Anecdotal Incidents of the City of Glasgow and Glasgow Personages.  Glasgow: Morison/London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1892.  367 pp.

 

Allan's Illustrated Edition of Tyneside Songs and Readings. Rev. ed.  Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Thos. & George Allan, 1891.  xvi, 578 pp.

 

Allen, Philip S.  "Wilhelm Müller and the German Volkslied" .  Journal of English and Germanic Philology II, 3 (1899), 283-322.

 

Andersen, L., ed.  Deutsche Heimat.  Die schönsten Volks-, Wander- und Studentenlieder.  Mainz-Leipzig: Schott, n.d.  99 pp. [222 songs, m. + 1 st.].

 

Anderson, Hugh.  Farewell to Old England.  A Broadside History of Early Australia.  Adelaide: Rugby Ltd., 1964. 212 pp.

 

Anderson, Tom and Georgeson, Tom.  Da Mirrie Dancers.  A Book of Shetland Fiddle Tunes.  Lerwick: Shetland Folk Society, 1970.  43 pp. 

         

Anderson, William.  The Scottish Nation; or the Surnames, Families, Literature, Honours, and Biographical History of the People of Scotland.  3 vols.  Edin.-London: Fullarton, 1868.

 

Angus, William.  Ettrick and Yarrow: A Guide.  With Songs and Ballads.  Selkirk: Lewis, 1894.  vii, 228 pp.

 

Annand, J. K.  Sing It Aince for Pleisure.  Loanhead, Midlothian: Macdonald, 1981.  (5th ed.)  43, [1] pp. [Modern bairnsangs; excellent stuff.]

 

Arizona Quarterly.  32, 2 (Summer 1976). [Contains Douglas Lindsey (tr.), "Er-Sogotokh: The  Lone Stranger", 125-137; Carl R. V. Brown, "Journey to Ixtlan: Inside the American Indian  Oral Tradition", 138-145.]

 

Arlt, Gustave O.  "Lexicographical Indexing of Folk Melodies".  Mod. Philology XXVII

(1929), 147-154.

 

Armstrong, Lucile.  "Myths, Legends and Shamanism and some Origins of Folk-Dance".  Actas de Congresso Internacional de Etnografia (2a. secíao) (Santo Tirso, July 1963), II   (1963), 13-19.

 

Arora, Shirley L.  "Proverbial Exaggerations in English and Spanish".  Proverbium 18 (1972), 675-83.

 

Ashma.  Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1957.  82 pp.  [Tr. by Gladys Yang from the Chinese tr. out of the original Shani (Yunnan); a long narrative poem, orally transmitted.] 

 

Ashton, John.  A Century of Ballads.  London: Elliot Stock, 1887.  [Facsimile reissue; Detroit: Singing Tree, 1968.]  xx, 354 pp.

 

Atkinson, Thomas see Three Nights in Perthshire

 

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune.  The Ballads of Scotland.  [2 vols.]  Edinburgh-London: William Blackwood, 1858.

 

Balfour-Melville, E. W. M.  Edward III and David II.  London: Historical Association [George Philip], 1954. 24 pp.

 

The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland.  Romantic and Historical. Collected and annotated.  New and Revised ed.  Paisley: Gardner, 1893.  [Preface dated at Glasgow, March, 1871.] xxxiv, 656 pp.  [On the same lines as The Songs of Scotland Chronologically Arranged, & probably by Peter Ross.]

 

Ballantine, James.  Chronicle of the Hundredth Birthday of Robert Burns. Edinburgh-London: A. Fullarton, MDCCCLIX. vi, 605, [1] pp.

 

Baptie, David.  Musical Scotland Past and Present: being a Dictionary of Scottish Musicians from about 1400 till the present time; to which is added a Bibliography of Musical Publications connected with Scotland from 1611. Paisley: Parlane, 1894.  [Repr. Hildesheim/New York, Georg Orms Verlag, 1972.]  iv, 252 pp.

 

Barbeau, Marius.  Alouette!  Nouveau receuil de chansons populaires avec mélodies, choisis dans le répertoire du Musée national du Canada.  Montreal: Editions Lumen, [date?].  216 pp. 

 

-----.  "Chants populaires du Canada". (1e s╗rie) JAF 32 no. 123 (Jan-Mar 1919), 1-89.

 

-----.  "Folk-Songs".  JAF 31, no. 120 (Ap-June 1918), 170-179.

 

-----.  Folk-Songs of Old Quebec.  Ottawa: Nat. Mus. of Canada, 1964. [Bulletin no. 75.]  72 pp.

 

-----.  "How Folk-Songs Travelled".  Music & Letters no. 15 (Oct. 1934), 306-23.

 

Barbour, John.  The Bruce; or, The Book of the most excellent and noble prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots: compiled by Master John Barbour, Archdeacon of Aberdeen, A.D. 1375.  Edited ... by Walter W. Skeat.  London: Early English Text Soc. [Trubner], MDCCCLXX.  (E.E.T.S. Extra Series, XI.)  xxi, 785 pp.

 

Baring-Gould, Sabine.  The Book of Werewolves.  Being an Account of a Terrible Superstition.  NY: Causeway Books, 1973.  xv, 266 pp.  [First pub. 1865.]

 

Baring--Gould, W. S.   The Lure of the Limerick. An uninhibited history.  London: Panther, 1970 [1st pub. Rupert Hart-Davis, 1968].  204 pp.

 

----- & Ceil.  The Annotated Mother Goose.  Nursery Rhymes Old and New, Arranged and Explained.  NY: Bramhall House, 1962.  350 pp.  See also Whitmore.

 

Barron, Hugh.  "Verse, Story and Fragments from Various Districts".  Gaelic Soc. of  Inverness Transactions 46 (1971), 217-249.  [Paper dated 25th April, 1969.]

 

Barry, Phillips.  "Fair Florella".  American Speech III.6 (Aug, 1928), 441-447.

 

-----.  see also Folk-Song Soc. of the Northeast

 

Baskervill, Charles Read.  The Elizabethan Jig and Related Song Drama.  NY: Dover, 1965.  [1st pub. U. of Chicago, 1929.]  642 pp.

 

-----.  "English Songs on the Night Visit".  PMLA XXXVI (1921), 565-614.

 

Bax, Clifford see Mary, Queen of Scots

 

Bayard, Samuel P.  Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife.  University Park/London: Penn. State U. P., 1982.  ix, 628 pp.

 

Beath, David.  The Bishopshire and its People.  Kinross: David Brown, 1902.  116 pp.

 

The Beauties of the Scottish Poets, Ancient and Modern, with Biographical Sketches of the Authors, and Notes, Illustrative and Explanatory of the Ancient Poems. Glasgow: Rich and Griffin; London: Thomas Tegg, 1823. f'cap 8vo. vi, [2], 288 pp. Engravings.

 

Beedie, George.  Scottish Songs and Other Poems.  Liverpool: 1861.  x, 184 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

[Beggar's Benison]  Records of the Most Ancient and Puissant Order of the Beggar's Benison and Merryland, Anstruther.  Anstruther, Printed for Private Distribution Only, MDCCCXCII. Repr. Edinburgh: Paul Harris Publishing, 1982. [Gems of British Social History Series.] [9 (Intro. by Alan Bold)], [plates], 30 pp.; followed by separate t.p., Supplement to the Historical Portion of the "Records ¸", Anstruther: MDCCCXCII., 5-91, [2] pp.

 

Bégin, Carmelle.  La Musique traditionelle pour violon: Jean Carignan.  Ottawa: Mus. Nat. du Canada, 1981.  138 pp. [Mercury Series; Can. Centre for Folk Culture Studies, paper no. 40.]

 

Belden, H. M.  "The Ballad of Lord Bakeman".  Mod. Philology II (1905), 301-5.

 

-----.  Ballads and Songs Collected by the Missouri Folk-Lore Society.  Columbia: U. of Missouri P., 1966 [1st ed. 1940].  xx, 532 pp.

 

-----.  "Boccaccio, Hans Sachs, and The Bramble Briar". PMLA XXXIII.3 [N.S. XXVI, 3] (1918), 327-395.

 

-----.  "Folksong in Missouri-Bedroom Window".  Archiv für das Stud. der neueren Sprachen und Lit. CXIX (1907), 430-1.

 

-----.  "Popular Song in Missouri-The Returned Lover". Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen CXX (1908), 62-71.

 

Bell, Alan, ed.  Scott Bicentenary Essays.  Selected Papers read at the Sir Walter Scott Bicentenary Conference [August 1971].  N.Y.: Barnes & Noble, 1973. x, 344 pp.

 

Bell, John. Rhymes of Northern Bards: being a curious collection of old and new songs and poems, peculiar to the counties of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham.  Newcastle upon Tyne, 1812.  [Facsimile repr. (with intro. by David Harker), Newcastle: Frank Graham, 1971.] ix, 334 pp.

 

Bell, Robert.  Early Ballads Illustrative of History, Traditions, and Customs; and Ballads and Songs of the Peasantry of England.  London: Bell, 1877.  viii, 472  pp.  [Bohn's Standard Library.]

 

Benwell, Gwen & Waugh, Arthur.  Sea Enchantress: the Tale of the Mermaid and her Kin.  London: Hutchinson, 1961.  287 pp.

 

Bessy, Maurice.  A Pictorial History of Magic and the Supernatural.  London [etc.]: Spring Books, 1964 [6th imp. 1970].  317 pp.

 

Bettelheim, Bruno.  The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales.  NY: Vintage Books (Random), 1977.  vii, 328, xi pp.

 

Beveridge, James.  The Poets of Clackmannanshire, with numerous specimens of their writings.  Glasgow: John S. Wilson, 1885.

 

Bewick, Thomas & John.  Select Fables; with cuts, designed and engraved by Thomas and John Bewick, and others, previous to the year 1784: together with a Memoir; and a descriptive catalogue of the Works of Messrs. Bewick.  Newcastle: printed by S. Hodgson,  for Emerson Charnley [etc.], M. DCCC. XX.  xl, 332 pp.

 

Blantyre MS. see Young, David

 

Bleakney, F. Eileen.  "Folk-Lore From Ottawa and Vicinity".   JAF 31, no. 120 (Ap-June 1918), 158-169.

 

Blondahl, Omar.  Newfoundlanders, Sing!  A Collection of Favourite Newfoundland Folk Songs. St. John's, Nfld: Robin Hood Flour Mills [E. J. Bonnell Associates], 1964. [First ed.] 120 pp. Music.

 

Blue Ribbon Collection of Scottish Country Dances. Pub. for the 10th anniversary of the Twin Cities Branch R.S.C.D.S., 1985.  Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. Unpaged.

 

Bobula, Ida.  "The Symbol of the Magna Mater".  Amer. J. of Archaeology LXII (1958), no 2, 221-2 [summary of paper presented at the 59th GM of the Institute, Dec. 1957].

 

Bodie, Wm. G. Rowntree.  Some Light on the Past Around Glenrothes.  St. Andrews: Henderson, 1968.  103 pp.

 

Bold, Alan see Beggar's Benison

 

Bonnerjea, Biren.  A Dictionary of Superstitions and Mythology.  London: Folk Press, 1927. [Repr., Detroit: Singing Tree, 1969].  314 pp.

 

Bonnie Scotland in pictures and verse. [London]: Jarrold, [1967].  (Pamphlet)

 

Borland, R.  Yarrow, Its Poets and Poetry.  2nd ed. Galashiels: A. Walker, 1908. [1st ed. 1890.]     [xvi], 242 pp.  illus.

 

Boulton, see Macleod.

 

Bowra, C. M. Heroic Poetry.  London: Macmillan, 1961.  ix, 590 pp.

 

-----.  Primitive Song.  Toronto: Mentor Books, 1963.  284 pp.

 

Brand, Oscar.  Bawdy Songs & Backroom Ballads.  NY: Dorchester P., 1960.  123 pp.  42 songs with music

 

Brewster, Paul G. & TARSOULI, Georgia. "Two English Ballads and their Greek Counterparts".  JAF LXIX (1956), 40-46.  [Compares Child 268, 246 with the Greek "Maurianos and His Sister".]

 

Briggs, Katharine M.  A Dictionary of British Folk-Tales. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970.  4 vols. [Two parts (A & B), in 2 vols. each.]

 

----- & Tongue, Ruth L., eds.  Folktales of England. Foreword [and notes] by Richard M. Dorson.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965.  xxxiv, 174 pp.

 

Broadwood, Lucy E. & Maitland, J. A. Fuller.  English County Songs.  London:    Cramer,    n.d.  viii, 185 pp.

 

Brocklebank, Joan & Kindersley, Biddie, eds.  A Dorset Book of Folk Songs.  London: EFDSS, 1966.  30 pp.

 

Bronson, Bertrand H.  The Ballad as Song.  Berkeley-Los Angeles: U. of Cal. P., 1969.  [vi], 324 pp.

 

-----.    "Mrs. Brown and the Ballad".  Cal. Folklore Quarterly IV.2  (1945), 129-140.  [Also in his 1969 vol., 64 ff.]

 

-----.  "On the Union of Words and Music in the 'Child' Ballads".  Western Folklore XI.4 (1952), 233-249.  [Also in his 1969 vol., 112 ff.]

 

-----.  "Some Observations about Melodic Variation in British-American Folk Tunes".  Journal of the Amer. Musicological Soc. III (1950), 120-134.

 

-----.  The Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads.  With their texts, according to the extant records of Great Britain and America.  Princeton: P.U.P., 1959 seq.  [3 vols of 4.]

 

Brooksbank, Mary.  Sidlaw Breezes.  Dundee: n.d.  65 pp. [Poems]

 

Brougham, Eleanor M.  News Out of Scotland.  Being a Miscellaneous Collection of Verse and Prose, Sacred and Profane, from the XIV to the XVIII Century.  London: Heinemann, 1926.  xviii, 284 pp.

 

Brown, Carl R. V. see Arizona Quarterly.

 

Brown, James.  The New Deeside Guide.  Aberdeen: Lewis Smith, 1866 [1st ed., 1829].  110 pp. + map.

 

Brown, Dr. John.  Rab and his Friends, & Other Papers &  Essays.  London: Dent - NY: Dutton, n.d. [c. 1910?].

 

Brown, Oliver.  The Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707, Then and Now.  Stirling, Scots Independent, n.d.  30 pp.

 

Bruce, Michael.  Life and Works of M.B., "The Gentle Poet of Lochleven".  The Bi-centenary Edition, with introductory life by Rev. Edward Vernon ... Published by The Michael Bruce Memorial Trust.  [Printed:] Perth: Milne, Tannahil & Methven, [1951].  viii, 201 pp.

 

-----..  Lochleven, and Other Poems.  With a life of the author from original sources.  [Ed.] by The Rev. William Mackelvie, Balgedie, Kinross-shire.  Edinburgh: M. Paterson, MDCCCXXXVII.  xiii, 320 pp.

 

-----.  The Poetical Works ... with life and writings.  By Rev. William Stephen, Kelty, Blair Adam.  Paisley: Parlane, 1895.  208 pp. + adverts.

 

-----. The Works of Michael Bruce, ed., with memoir and notes, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, Kinross. Edinburgh: Oliphant, [etc.], 1865.  xi, [3], 263 pp. [Also a large paper copy.] 

 

Buchan, David.  "The Maid, the Palmer, and the Cruel Mother". Malahat Review no. 3 (July 1967), 98-107.

 

Buchan, Norman.  101 Scottish Songs.  Glasgow-London: Collins, 1962.  160 pp. With music.

 

----- and Hall, Peter.  The Scottish Folksinger. 118 modern and traditional folksongs.  London-Glasgow: Collins, 1973.  159 pp. Music.

 

Buchan, Peter.  Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of  Scotland, hitherto unpublished, with explanatory notes. Repr. from the Original ed. of 1828.  Edinburgh: Wm. Paterson, 1875.  2 vols.

 

-----.  Gleanings of Scotch, English, and Irish, Scarce Old Ballads, chiefly Tragical and  Historical; Many of them connected with the localities of Aberdeenshire, and are to be found in no other collection extant.  With Explanatory Notes... Peterhead: P. Buchan [etc.], 1825.  216 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Secret Songs of Silence: Chiefly Scottish, Ancient and Unpublished, From The recitation of very old people, By Sir Oliver Orpheus, Bart. of Eldridge Hall, &c.  "To  be nice about trifles is trifling and folly, The right end of life is to live and be jolly."  [Manuscript in Child Memorial Library, Harvard. .Prefatory letter dated June 23, 1832.]  [8], 181 pp. [Photocopy]

 

-----. see also Cunningham & Mackay

 

Bujeaud, Jerome.  Chants et chansons populaires des provinces de l'ouest.  Poitou, Saintonge, Aunis et Angumois, avec les airs originaux.  Niort: L. Clouzot, 1865.  2 vols. [Photocopy.]

 

Burnham, Josephine M.  "A Study of Thomas of Erceldoune". PMLA XXIII (1908), 375-420.

 

Burns, Robert.  The Poems and Songs of R. B., edited by James Kinsley.  3 vols.  Oxford:   Clarendon Press, 1968.  Continuously paged (xxxi, 502; xvi, 503-961 [this concludes the text];   vi, 963-1625, commentary & glossary).

 

-----.  Poems and Songs of R.B., a completely new edition, including over 60 poems appearing for the first time in a collected edition, of which some have never before been published.  Ed. and Introduced by James Barke.  London-Glasgow: Collins, [1955] 1962.  736 pp.  Some of JB's material is suspect; cf. Kinsley.

 

-----.  The Complete Works of R.B.: containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence, with life and Notes, Critical and Biographical, by Allan Cunningham, and many notes by  Lord Byron, Thomas Campbell, Thomas Carlyle, Lord  Jeffrey, T.  Landseer, Lockhart, Sir Walter Scott,     Professor Wilson, Wordsworth, etc. etc. etc.  2 vols.  Edinburgh: Thomas C. Jack, n.d.  [1st ed. 1834, 2nd 1835.  This ed., 1850?]

 

-----.  Robert Burns's Commonplace Book, 1783-1785.  Reproduced in facsimile from the poet's manuscript with transcript and the original introduction and notes of James Cameron Ewing and Davidson Cook.  This ed. intro. by David Daiches.  Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois U. P., [1965].  xxix, 43 pp. [= transcript] + facs. of MS.

 

-----.  The Songs of Burns. for voice and pianoforte. With introduction, historical notes, & illustrations. Centenary Edition, revised.  [t.p. missing] [c. 1900?] xxi, 197 pp.

 

-----.  [Trans. by Samuel Marshak]  Robert Berns v perevodax S. Marshaka.  2 vols.  Moscow: GIXL, 1963.

 

-----.  see also Dick; Merry Muses.

 

Burrison, John.  "'James Harris' in Britain since Child".  JAF LXXX (1967), 271-284.

 

Butler, E. M.  Ritual Magic.  NY: Noonday P., 1959 [first ed. Cambridge U. P., 1949].  [vi], 329 pp.

 

Buthlay, Kenneth.  Hugh Macdiarmid (C.M. Grieve).  Edinburgh-London: Oliver and Boyd, 1964. ["Writers and Critics" series.]  125 pp.

 

Cable, George W.  Creoles and Cajuns.  Stories of Old Louisiana.  Ed. Arlin Turner.  Garden

City, NY: Doubleday Anchor Books, 1959.  [5], 432 pp.

           

Cameron, John.  The Parish of Campsie: a series of biographical, ecclesiastical, historical, genealogical, and industrial Sketches and Incidents.  With "Calico Printing in Campsie" appended.  Kirkintilloch: D. MacLeod, 1892.  xiv, 248 pp., + Appendix, with separate t.p.: Calico Printing in Campsie: being sketches of its rise and progress in the parish, with jottings and reminiscences concerning employers and employed, trades, strikes, friendly societies, &c. ... 1891.  52 pp.

 

Cameron's Selection of Scottish Songs, with music, containing the choicest melodies of Scotland, as sung by Wilson, Templeton, Mackay, and other popular vocalists. Glasgow: George Cameron, 67 Virginia Street, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1857.  188 pp. [Ends with "Goodnight, and joy".]

 

Campbell, Ian, et al.  The Ian Campbell Folk Group Songbook. London: Heathside Music, 1965. [With music.]  38 pp.

 

Campbell, John Lorne.  Highland Songs of the Forty-Five.  Ed. and tr. with Glossary and

Notes.  Edinburgh: John Grant, 1933.  xxxvi, 327 pp.

 

Campbell, John L. and Hall, Trevor H.  Strange Things.  The story of Fr Allan McDonald,

Ada Goodrich Freer, and the Society for Psychical Research's enquiry into Highland second

sight.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968. xvi, 350 pp.

Cover subtitle: The Enquiry by the Society for Psychical Research into Second Sight in the Scottish Highlands, the story of Ada Goodrich Freer, the Ballechin House ghost hunt, and the stories and folklore collected by Fr. Allan McDonald of Eriskay.

 

Campbell, Joseph.  The Hero with a Thousand Faces.  Princeton U. P., 1973 [repr. of 2nd

ed., 1968]. xxiii, 416 pp.

 

-----.  The Masks of God: Occidental Mythology. Harmondsworth/New York: Penguin, 1986.       

[Repr. of 1976 ed.] [xii], 564 pp.  Illus. [Vol. 3 of the series.]

 

Carey, George.  "Songs of Jack Tar in the Darbies".  JAF LXXXV (# 336) (Ap-June 1972),

167-80.

 

Carlson, Signe M.  "The Monsters of Beowulf: Creations of Literary Scholars."  JAF LXXX (1967), 357-364. 

 

Carlton Folk Songs.  Scottish, Irish, Folk and Street Songs. Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d.  36 pp.

 

Carruthers, A. Stanley.  "Some Old Scottish Dances." Proceedings of the Soc. of Scottish Antiquaries, ser. 5, vol. II (March 9, 1925), pp. 158-161.  [On the Holmain MS.]

 

Carson, Ciaran.  Irish Traditional Music.  Belfast: Appletree Press, 1986.  72 pp.

 

Carus, Paul.  The History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil, from the earliest times to the

present day.  NY: Land's End P., 1969.  xvi, 496 pp.  [1st pub. Open Court, 1900.]

 

Catalogues of Scotish Writers.  Edinburgh: Thomas Stevenson, Princes Street, 1833.  xxiv, 168 pp.

 

[Caw, G.]  The Poetical Museum: containing Songs and Poems on almost every subject.  Mostly from Periodical Publications.  Hawick: printed and sold by G. Caw, 1784. 392 pp.  [Photocopy]

 

Chambers, Robert.  Popular Rhymes of Scotland. New ed. Edinburgh & London: Chambers, 1870.  402 pp.

 

-----.  The Songs of Scotland Prior to Burns.  With the tunes.  Edin.-London: W. & R. Chambers, 1862. [Photocopy]

 

Chants Acadiens.  Pour la promotion et la diffusion de la Culture Acadienne.  Richibouctou, N.B.: Le Club International des Acadiens, n.d. [1989?].  56 pp.

 

Chapbook.  Scotland's Folk-Life Magazine.  III.4 (1966).

 

Chappell, William.  The Ballad Literature and Popular Music of the Olden Time.  New intro.

by Frederick W. Sternfeld.  2 vols.  NY: Dover, 1965.  [Repr. of ed. of 1859.]  Continously

paged: xxvii, 822, [1] pp.

 

-----.  Old English Popular Music.   A New Ed. ... by H. Ellis Wooldridge.  [1893].  NY:  Jack

Brussel, 1961.  2 vols. in one.  [Repr. of the somewhat faulty edition, which omits ballad texts

wholesale and refurbishes the music, etc.  This particular reprint however does append (with

separate pagination) a "Supplement to Chappel's Traditional Tunes", i.e. Frank Kidson's book,

q.v.]

 

Chase, Richard.  American Folk Tales and Songs.  NY: Dover, 1971 [1st ed. NY: New Amer.

Lib., 1956].  240 pp.

 

Cheape, Hugh, and Sprott, Gavin.  Angus Country Life: A Companion to the Angus Folk Museum, Glamis.  Edin.: National Trust for Scotland, 1980.  [62] pp.

 

Cheviot, Andrew.  Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions, and Popular Rhymes of Scotland.  Collected and arranged, with intro., notes and parallel phrases.  Paisley: Gardner, 1896.  xii, 434 pp.  [Repr. Detroit: Gale, 1969.]

 

Child, Francis James.  The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. [5 vols.]  1882-1898.  [Repr. N.Y.: Dover, 1965.]

 

Christison, Genl. Sir Philip, Bart.  Bannockburn: a Soldier's Appreciation of the Battle, based on Fact and Tradition. Edin.: National Trust for Scotland, 1962.  28 pp.

 

Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem Song Book, The.  N.Y.: Oak, 1964.  64 pp.  Music.

 

-----.  see also The Irish Song Book

 

"Cleishbotham the Younger".  A Dictionary of the Scottish Language...   New ed. by John G. Ingram.  Glasgow: David Bryce [NY: Stokes], n.d.  [Preface to New Edition dated 1897.]  Unpaged. 

 

Cocker, W. D.  Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Loch Katrine. London-Glasgow: Blackie, n.d. [? c. 1950?]  "Our Beautiful Homeland" series.

 

Coffin, Tristram P.  The British Traditional Ballad in North America.  Philadelphia: 1950. [2nd, rev. ed., 1963.]

 

-----  and Cohen, Hennig, eds.  Folklore in America. Tales, Songs, Superstitions, Proverbs, Riddles, Games, Folk Drama and Folk Festivals.  Selected ...  from the Journal of American Folklore.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday (Anchor Books), 1970 [first ed. 1966].  xxiii, 256 pp.

 

Collinson, Francis.  "The Repertoire of a Traditional Gaelic Singer in the Outer Hebrides:

with Reference to Versions of her Songs Known in Canada".  Journal of the Int. Folk Music.

Council XIV (1962), 87-90.

 

Come All Ye.  The Vancouver Folk Song Society Journal.  I. 1 (July 1972) š VI.12 (December 1977) [all published].  [Various editors: Murray Shoolbraid, Jon Bartlett, et al.]   Music.

 

Commins, Dorothy Berliner.  Lullabies of the World.  N. Y.: Random, 1967.xiii, 266 pp.  Music.

 

Conolly, M. F.  Fifiana: or, Memorials of the East of Fife. Glasgow: John Tweed, MDCCCLXIX.  vi, 345 pp.

 

Cook, Davidson.  "Watlen's 'Scots Songs', A Rare Collection". Scots Magazine (Glasgow), Oct. 1933, pp. 56-63; Nov, pp. 150-156.  See also Burns.

 

Copeland, James.  Some Work.  [Poems]  Glasgow: 1972.  ["A Bramma Publication".]  28 pp.

 

Copper, Bob.  A Song for Every Season.  London: Granada Pub. Ltd. [Paladin], 1975.  xiii, 288 pp.  Music.

 

Corrance, Douglas, and Linklater, Magnus.  Scotland.  Photographed by D.C., with text by M.L.  Glasgow-London: Collins, 1984.  160 pp.  Profusely illus. by the principal photographer to the Scottish Tourist Board.  ML, son of Eric, is a journalist.

 

Corries, The.  The Corries' Song-Book.  [Edin.: Corries, n.d. (197-)].  30 pp.  Music.

 

Cox, John Harrington.  Folk-Songs of the South.  Collected under the auspices of the West

Virginia Folk-Lore Society.  NY: Dover, 1967.  [First pub. Harvard U.P. 1925.]  xxxii, 545 pp.

 

Cox MS.  [A MS. of fiddle tunes given me by Shirley Cox, Victoria, c. 1970 perhaps.  Its previous history is unknown.  Date (I think) is around 1830 at the earliest.]

 

Craig, James Chapman.  Sangs o' Bairns an' Hame.  Edinburgh: J. & J. Gray, St James Press, 1909. xi, 244 pp.  Port.

 

Craigie, William A.  A Primer of Burns.  [1896].  Port Washington (N.Y.)/London: Kennikat Press, 1970.  187 pp.

 

Cramb, Isobel.  Four Step Dances, collected in Aberdeenshire for The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. RSCDS, 1953.

 

Crawford, Thomas.  Burns: A Study of the Poems and Songs. Edinburgh-London: Oliver and Boyd, 1960.  xv, 400 pp.

 

Crawfurd, Andrew.  Andrew Crawfurd's Collection of Ballads and Songs.  Vol. I.  Ed. by E.

B. Lyle.  Edinburgh: Sc. Text Soc., 1975.  lvii, 244 pp.

 

Crawhall, Joseph.  A Beuk o' Newcassel Sangs.  Newcastle upon Tyne: Harold Hill, 1965. 

[Repr. of the ed. of 1888.] xiii, 129 pp. Music.

 

Cray, Ed.  The Erotic Muse.  N.Y.: Oak, 1969.  xxxv, 272 pp. 2nd ed.: The Erotic Muse. American Bawdy Songs.  Urbana-Chicago: U. of Illinois P., 1992.    xlii, 435 pp.

 

-----.  "The Rabbi Trickster".  J.A.F. 77 no. 306 [Oct.-Dec. 1964], pp. 331-345.

 

Creighton, Helen.  Folksongs from Southern New Brunswick. Ottawa, Nat. Mus. of Canada, 1971.  x, 238.

 

-----.  Songs and Ballads from Nova Scotia.  [Toronto]: General Publishing, 1966. [NY: Dover; first pub. Toronto-Vancouver: Dent, 1932.] xxiv, 334 pp.

 

Crockett, W.S.  Minstrelsy of the Merse: the Poets and Poetry of Berwickshire.  A County Anthology.  Preface by Professor John Stuart Blackie.  Paisley: J. and R. Parlane, 1893.  xv, 344 pp.

 

Croker, Thomas Crofton.  Popular Songs of Ireland.  With an intro. by Henry Morley.  London: Routledge, [date not copied].  320 pp.  [text (9-end) photocopied.]

 

Cromek, R.H.  Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song: with Historical and Traditional Notices relative to the Manners and Customs of the Peasantry.  London: Cadell & Davies, 1810.  viii, 370 pp. [Also: New ed. Paisley: Gardner, 1880; xxiv, 293 pp.] [Mostly concocted by Cunningham.]

 

-----.  Select Scotish Songs, Ancient and Modern; with critical observations and biographical notices, by Robert Burns.  [2 vols.] London: Cadell and Davies, 1810.

 

Cunningham, Allan.  The Songs of Scotland, Ancient and Modern: with an introduction and notes, historical and critical, and characters of the lyric poets.  London: J. Taylor, 1825.  4 vols.; no music.

 

----- and Mackay, Charles.  Ramsay and the Earlier Poets of Scotland; to which is added Ancient Ballads and Songs.  London: Virtue, n.d. [1878█].  679 pp. [Contains: Poems of Allan Ramsay, The Evergreen, The Tea-Table Miscellany, Poetical Works of Hector MacNeill,     Poems & Songs of Mr. Hamilton, of Bangour, Poetical Works of Robert Fergusson, Poetical Works of John Lapraik, and Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of Scotland, the last being the collection of Peter Buchan, q.v.

 

-----.  See also Cromek.

 

Dargan, E. P.  "Cock and Fox: A Critical Study of the History and Sources of the Mediaeval Fable".  Mod. Philology IV (1906-7), 39-65.

 

Darsie, Richard.  Traditional Tune Sourcebook. Vol. I: Reels, Jigs, Slip Jigs, Slides.  [Davis, CA]: Silver Sound Publications, 1996.  [vi], 170 pp.

 

Dauney, William.  Ancient Scottish Melodies, from a manuscript of the reign of King James VI.  With an introductory enquiry illustrative of the History of the Music of Scotland.  Edinburgh: MDCCCXXXVIII.  [Partial photocopy.]  [The "Skene" MS.]

 

Davidson, Thomas.  Rowan Tree and Red Thread.  A Scottish Witchcraft Miscellany of tales, legends and ballads; together with a description of the witches' rites and ceremonies.  Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1949.  x, 286 pp.

 

Davies, A. Stanley.  The Ballads of Montgomeryshire.  Life in the 18th Century.  Welshpool:

the Author, 1938.  viii, 57 pp.

 

Davies, Rev. Edward (1756-1831).  The Claims of Ossian, Examined and Appreciated: an Essay on the Scottish and Irish Poems published under that name; in which the question of their genuineness and historical credit is freely discussed: together with some Curious Particulars     relative to the Structure and State of Poetry in the Celtic Dialects of Scotland and Ireland.... Swansea: Printed for the author/London: Longman, 1825.  vi, [2], [6]-327, xiii pp.

 

Davis, Arthur Kyle.  More Traditional Ballads of Virginia. Chapel Hill: U. of N. C. P., 1960.  xxvii, 371 pp.

 

Day, Cyrus Lawrence, & Murrie, Eleanore Boswell.  English Song-Books 1651-1702.  A Bibliography with a first-line index of songs.  London: Bibliog. Soc. [O.U.P.], 1940. xxi, 437 pp. 

 

Dean-Smith, Margaret.  A Guide to English Folk Song Collections, 1822-1952. With an index to their contents, historical annotations and an introduction.  Foreword by Gerald Abraham.  Liverpool": Univ. P. of Liverpool/E.F.D.S.S., 1954.  120 pp.

 

-----.  An Index of English Songs contributed to The Journal of the Folk Song Society, 1899-1931, and its continuation The Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society to 1950.  Compiled by the Rev. E. A. White and ed. for publication....  London: EFDSS, 1951. xv, 58 pp. 

 

-----.  "English Tunes Common to Playford's 'Dancing Master', the Keyboard Books and Traditional Songs and Dances.  Preceded by Some New Findings Concerning the Life and    Career of John Playford".  Proceedings of the Royal Musical Assoc., 79th session (1952-3), 20 Nov. 1952, 1-17.  [The talk was followed by musical illustrations, and a discussion.]

 

Dering, Richard.  The Cries of London.  Ed. by Denis Stevens.  [Penn State Music Ser. no. 5.]  University Park, PA:  Penn. State U. P., 1964.  36, [1] pp. + parts for 2  violins, 2 violas, and cello.

 

Diack, J. Michael.  The New Scottish Orpheus.  Vol. II. Glasgow [etc.]: Paterson, n.d.  Cf. Adam Hamilton.  [The date is 1923-4.]

 

Dick, James C.  The Songs of Robert Burns and Notes on Scottish Songs by Robert Burns...

together with Annotation of Scottish Songs by Burns, by Davidson Cook. Foreword by Henry

George Farmer.  Hatboro, PA: Folklore Assoc., 1962.  xviii, xliii, 536 pp.; Dick's ed. of Notes,

liii, 134 pp.; Davidson Cook's supplement (from the Burns Chronicle XXXI, Jan. 1922), 21 pp.

 

Dick, William.  From Castle to Abbey.  Portobello: Scottish Automatic Printing Co. Ltd. [1947].  120 pp. [Descriptions of Edinburgh.]

 

Diehl, Katharine Smith.  Religions, Mythologies, Folklores: An Annotated Bibliography.  N.Y.:

Scarecrow P., 1962. 573 pp.

 

Diem, Nelly.  Beiträge zur Geschichte der Schottischen Musik im XVII. Jahrhundert, nach

bisher nicht veröffentlichten Manuskripten.  Zürich-Leipzig: von Hug, [1919].  185 pp.

 

Dilworth, Dom Mark.  "The Würzburg Scots and the English Congregation".  Downside Review 85 (1967), 39-61.

 

Disher, Maurice Wilson.  Victorian Song: From Dive to Drawing Room.  London: Phoenix

House, 1955.  256 pp. 

 

Dobson, R. B. & Taylor, J.  Rymes of Robyn Hood: an  introduction to the English outlaw.  

London: Heinemann, 1976.  xii, 330 pp.

 

Doering, J. Frederick.  "'Donald Monroe', a Canadian Version of a Scottish Folksong".  JAF

55 (1942), 170-174. No music.

 

Donaldson, Gordon, ed.  Common Errors in Scottish History. George Philip & Son, for The Historical Association, 1956.  27 pp. pamphlet.

 

Dorson, Richard M.  American Folklore.  Chicago-London: U. of Chi. P., 1971 [1st imp.

1959].  xi, 328 pp.

 

-----, ed.  Folktales Told Around the World.  Chicago-London: U. of Chi. P., 1975.  xxv, 622

pp.

 

Douglas, Hugh.  Robert Burns: The Tinder Heart.  Thrupp: Sutton Publishing, 1996.  xviii, 299 pp.

 

Drake, Carlos C.  "'Mary Hamilton' in Tradition".  Southern Folklore Q. 33 (1969), 39-47.

 

Drake-Carnell, Francis.  It's an Old Scottish Custom. London: Peter Davies, 1939.  xiv, 264 pp.

 

Drever, Helen.  Tales of the Scottish Clans for Children (and Grown-ups).  Edinburgh: Grant & Murray, 1931.  224 pp.

 

Drummond Castle MS. See Young, David

 

Duffy, Charles Gavan.  The Ballad Poetry of Ireland.  43rd ed.  Dublin: James Duffy, n.d.

[Dedication dated 1866.] 243 pp.

 

Dunbar, William.  The Poems of W. D., ed. by the late John Small.  Vol. I [only]: Introduction, by Ae. J. G. Mackay.  Edin.-London: Blackwood, for the Scottish Text Soc., MDCCCXCIII.  cclxxxiii pp.

 

Duncan, Rev. James B.  Folk Songs of Aberdeenshire.  Ed. by P. N. Shuldham-Shaw.  [London]: EFDSS, 1967.  29 pp.

 

D'Urfey, Thomas.  Wit and Mirth: or Pills to Purge Melancholy.  With an intro. by Cyrus L.

Day.  NY: Folklore Library Pub., 1959.  Six vols. in 3.  [Repr. of the 1719-21 ed.]

 

Duthie, Mrs. J.A.  Rhymes and Reminiscences.  Brechin: D.H. Edwards, "Advertiser" Office, 1912.  142 pp.

 

Dwelly, Edward.  The Illustrated Gaelic-English Dictionary. Containing every Gaelic word and meaning given in all previously published Dictionaries, and a great number never in print before.  To which is prefixed a Concise Gaelic Grammar.  Glasgow: MacLaren, 1967.  [6th ed.; 1st  pub. 1901-1911.]  xiv, 1034 pp.

 

Edinburgh International Festival.  Souvenir Programme.  Three years: 1948, 1949, 1958.

 

Egoff, Sheila.  Canadian Folklore.  Ottawa: Can. Lib. Assoc., Nov. 1967.  11 pp.  [C.L.A.

Occasional Paper no. 55.]

 

Emmerson, George S.  Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String: A History of Scottish Dance Music.  Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1971. xv, [1], 278 pp.  [With music exx. in text]

 

-----.  A Social History of Scottish Dance: Ane Celestial Recreatioun.  Montreal-London: McGill-Queen's U.P., 1972.  xv, 352 pp.

 

Emrich, Duncan.  American Folk Poetry: An Anthology.  Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown, 1974. 

xxxi, 831 pp.

 

Encyclopedia of Magic and Superstition.  Alchemy, Charms, Dreams, Omens, Rituals,

Talismans, Wishes.  London: Octopus, 1974.  253 pp.

 

Ennemoser, Joseph.  The History of Magic.  Tr. from the German by William Howitt.  To which is added an appendix of the most remarkable and best authenticated stories of Apparitions, Dreams, Second Sight, Somnambulism, Predictions, Divination, Witchcraft, Vampires, Fairies, Table-Turning, and Spirit-Rapping selected by Mary Howitt.  [1854.]  With a new intro. by Omar V. Garrison. 2 vols.  New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1970.  x, xvi, 471; viii, 518 pp.  The Appendix starts at II.341.

 

Entwistle, William J.  European Balladry.  Oxford: Clarendon P., 1951 [1st ed. 1939.]  xv,

404 pp.

 

-----.  "Sir Aldingar and the Date of English Ballads".  Saga-Book of the Viking Soc. (London), XIII (1947-8), 97-112.

 

The Essence of the Douglas Cause.  To which is subjoined some observations on a pamphlet lately published, intitled Considerations on the Douglas Cause.  London: J. Wilkie,     MDCCLXVII.  77 pp. 

 

Eyre-Todd, George.  The Glasgow Poets: their Lives and Poems. 2nd ed. Paisley: Alex. Gardner, 1906.  xvi, 450 pp.

 

Farmer, Henry George.  A History of Music in Scotland. London: Heinrichsen Edition Ltd., n.d. [1948]. 

 

-----.  "An Old Scottish Violin Tutor."  Proceedings of the Soc. of Antiquaries of Scotland, 13 April 1931, pp. 398-407. [Photocopy]  [On the Gillespie MS. of 1768, q.v.]

 

-----.  "The Scots March".  J. of the Soc. for Army Historical Research, XXV (1947), 76-82.

 

Farmer, John S.  Merry Songs and Ballads, Prior to the Year A.D. 1800.  Intro. by G.

Legman.  NY: Cooper Square, 1964.  [Repr. of 1897 ed.]  5 vols.

 

Federhofer, Hellmut.  "Zur 'Augustin'-Melodie". śsterreichisches Volksliedwerk Jahrbuch

(Vienna) I (1952), 53-54.

 

Feldberg, Michael.  "Knight's Penny Magazine and Chambers's Edinburgh Journal: A Problem in Writing Cultural History".  Victorian Periodicals Newsletter III (1968), 13-16.

 

Fergusson, Donald A.  From the Farthest Hebrides / Bho na h-innse gall as iomallaiche.  Toronto: Macmillan, 1978. xiv, 321 pp. [Gaelic ed. Angus J. Macdonald; music ed. Jean Gillespie; music, and words in Gaelic and English, beautifully calligraphed by Alf K. Ebsen, Toronto.]

 

Fergusson, Robert.  The Poetical Works of. R. F. with a Memoir of the Author and Notes Illustrating Local and Personal Allusions.  London-Edinburgh: Chambers, 1871. 191 pp.

 

See also Cunningham & Mackay

 

"Fionn".  The Celtic Garland.  Translations of Gaelic and English Songs; popular Gaelic readings, &c., &c. Glasgow: Archibald Sinclair, 1881. viii, 224 pp.

 

-----.  The Celtic Lyre: A Collection of Gaelic Songs, with English Translations.  Glasgow: Archibald Sinclair, Celtic Press, 1898. 68 pp. 

 

Fitzgerald, Winston (1914-1987).  Winston Fitzgerald: A Collection of Fiddle Tunes. 

Englishtown, C.B.I., N.S.: 1997.  [Edited by Paul Stewart Cranford.]  [10], 92, [2] pp.  

 

Fleming, D. Hay (1849-1931).  Guide to St Andrews.  From the researches of D.H.F. ... St Andrews: Innes, n.d. [?1950].  130 pp. + ads.

 

Flood, W. H. Grattan.  "Fresh Light on Old English Airs. 'The British Grenadiers'".  Musical

Times 1 Dec. 1913, 802-3.

 

-----.  A History of Irish Music.  Intro. by Seoirse Bodley. NY-Washington: Praeger, 1970. 

   [Facs. of 3rd ed., Dublin 1913.]  xv, 357 pp.

 

-----.  The Story of the Bagpipe.  London: Walter Scott, 1911.  xx, 237 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Folk Notes.  Vol. I no. 2, 1963.  Glasgow: Glasgow Folk Centre.

 

Folklore, Myths and Legends of Britain.  London: Reader's Digest, 1977 (2nd ed.).  552 pp.

 

Folk-Song Society of the Northeast.  Bulletin. 1930-37. [Reprint, with intro. by Samuel Bayard.] 

Philadelphia: Amer. Folklore Soc., 1960.  Mostly the scholarship of Phillips Barry (1880-1937).  AFS, Bibliog. & Special Ser., XI.

 

Forbes, Edith Emerson.  Favourites of a Nursery of Seventy Years Ago; and some others of

later date.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916.  ix, 620 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Forbidden Fruit: A Collection of Popular Tales by Popular Authors, including Meitor, Walker,

Caesar, Cowper, Turnor, Ryder, Wiper, Lover, Howitt, Burns.  Also the Unexpurgated Poems

of Robert Burns, known as Burns' Merry Muses, copied from authentic MSS.  [No imprint.]

[Date has to be after 1891; place of publication perhaps Glasgow, though the dialect would place it in Aberdeenshire.] [Photocopy of first 81 pp. only.]  Cf. Merry Muses.

 

Ford, Robert. Ballads of Bairnhood.  Paisley: Alex. Gardner, (1894) repr. 1913.  373 pp.

 

-----.  A Budget of Auld Scots Ballads, comprising some rare and curious Blads of

Verse, together with the Pick and Wale of the more popular of the ancient ballads of Scotland. 

Boston: Cupples, n.d.  viii, 296 pp.

 

-----.  Children's Rhymes, Children's Games, Children's Songs, Children's Stories.  2nd ed. 

Paisley: Gardner, n.d.  287 pp.

 

-----.  The Harp of Perthshire.  A Collection of Songs, Ballads, and other Poetical Pieces, chiefly by local authors, with notes explanatory, critical, and biographical.  Paisley: Alex. Gardner, 1893.  xx, 519 pp.

   

-----.  Song Histories.  Glasgow-Edin.: Hodge, 1900.  [10], 292 pp.

 

-----.  Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland.  Paisley-London: Alex. Gardner, 1899.  xii,

259 pp.  The Second Series [vol. II], followed in 1901: xii, 265 pp.

 

Foss, George.  "A Methodology for the Description and Classification of Anglo-American

Traditional Tunes".  Journal of the Folklore Inst. (The Hague) IV (1967), 102-126.

 

Foster, Jeanne Cooper.  Ulster Folklore.  Belfast: H. R. Carter, 1951.  142 pp.

 

Foulis, Hugh see Munro, Neil

 

Fowke, Edith.  "American Civil War Songs in Canada".  Midwest Folklore XIII, 1 (Spring

1963), 33-42.

 

-----.  "British Ballads in Ontario".  Midwest Folklore XIII, 3 (Fall 1963), 133-163.

 

-----.  "The British Broadside Ballads in Canada".  Hoot 3 (1963), 8-15.

 

-----.  "The Child Ballads".  Hoot 2 (1963), 16-21.

 

-----.  "A Few Notes on Bawdy Ballads in Print, Record and Tradition".  Sing & String 2 no.

2 (Summer 1963), 3-9.

 

-----.  "'Flora and I' and 'The Bunch of Water Cresses'". Hoot 2 (Sept. 1966), 33-34, 44-45.

 

-----, ed.  Folklore of Canada.  Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976.  349 pp.

 

-----.  Lumbering Songs from the Northern Woods.  Austin-London: U. of Texas P. [for Amer.

Folklore Soc.].  1970.  xiii, 232 pp.

 

-----.  "'The Red River Valley' Re-Examined".  Western Folklore 23 (1964), 163-71.

 

-----.  Sally Go Round the Sun.  300 Songs, Rhymes and Games of Canadian Children. 

Toronto-Montreal: McClelland & Stewart, 1969.  160 pp.

 

-----.  "A Sampling of Bawdy Ballads from Ontario".  In Bruce Jackson (ed.), Folklore and

Society (Hatboro, PA: Folklore Assoc., 1966), 45-61.

 

-----.  Traditional Singers and Songs from Ontario.  Musical transcriptions by Peggy Seeger. 

Hatboro-Don Mills: Folklore Assoc./Burns & MacEachern, 1965.  viii, 210 pp.

 

----- and Carpenter, Carole Henderson.  A Bibliography of Canadian Folklore in English. 

Toronto: U. of T. P., 1981.  xx, 272 pp.  3877 items.

 

----- & Glazer, Joe.  Songs of Work and Freedom.  Garden City: Dolphin Books

[Doubleday], 1961.  211 pp.

 

----- & Johnston, Richard.  Chansons de Quebec / Folk Songs of Quebec.  Melody ed. 

Waterloo: Waterloo Music Co., 1958.  89, [7] pp.

 

Fowler, David C.  "An Accused Queen in 'The Lass of Roch Royal' (Child 76)".  JAF LXXI

(1958), 553-563.  [Also in his 1968 vol., 218 ff.]

 

-----.  A Literary History of the Popular Ballad.  Durham, N.C.: Duke U. P., 1968.  352 pp. 

 

Fraser, Alexander.  "The Gaelic Folk-Songs of Canada". Transactions of the R. Soc. of

Canada sec. II, 4 (1903),  49-60.

 

Fraser, Amy Stewart.  Dae Ye Min'  Langsyne?  A Pot-Pourri of Games, Rhymes and Ploys

of Scottish Childhood.  London-Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975. 

 

Fraser, Antonia.  Mary Queen of Scots.  London: Panther, 1970.  713 pp.  Plates.

 

Fraser, Capt. Simon.  Airs and Melodies Peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and the Isles. [Edin.-London: 1816].  New ed. Inverness: Hugh Mackenzie, 1874.  [Photocopy.]

 

Friedman, Albert B., ed.  The Viking Book of Folk Ballads of the English-Speaking World

NY: Viking, [1956], 1964. xxxv, 469 pp.

 

Frimmer, Steven.  Neverland: Fabled Places and Fabulous Voyages of History and Legend. 

NY: Viking, 1976.  [8], 216 pp.

 

Gaignebet, Claude.  Le folklore obscöne des enfants.  2e ╗d. Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose,

1980.  355 pp.

 

Garden, Nancy.  Vampires.  Philadelphia-NY: Lippincott, 1973. 127 pp.  [For children.]

 

-----.  Werewolves.  Philadelphia-NY: Lippincott, 1973.  127 pp.

 

Gay, John.  The Beggar's Opera.  Ed. Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr.  Great Neck, NY: Barron's

Educational Series, 1962. 162 pp.  With music.

 

Gatherer, Nigel.  Songs and Ballads of Dundee.  Foreword by Peter Shepheard.  Edinburgh: John Donald, 1986.  viii, 168 pp.  Music. [Photocopy.]

 

Gem Country Dances.

 

Gerould, Gordon Hall.  "The Ballad of The Bitter Withy" . PMLA XXIII (1908), 141-167.

 

-----.  The Ballad of Tradition.  NY: O.U.P.  (Galaxy Books), 1957.  [First pub. 1932.]  viii,

311 pp.

 

Gibbons, Roy W.  As It Comes: Folk Fiddling in Prince George, British Columbia.  Ottawa:

Nat. Mus. of Canada, 1982. [Nat. Mus. of Man, Mercury Series; Can. Centre for Folk Culture

Studies, Paper no. 42.]  35 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Folk Fiddling in Canada: A Sampling.  Ottawa: Nat. Mus. of Canada, 1981. [Nat. Mus.

of Man, Mercury Ser.; Can. Centre for Folk Culture Studies, paper no. 35.] viii, 114 pp.

 

Gilchrist, John.  A Collection of Scottish Ballads, Tales, and Songs, Ancient and Modern:

with explanatory notes and observations.  In two volumes [Vol. II only]. Leith: Gilchrist &

Heriot, 1814.  xi, 380 pp.

 

Gilfillan, Alex.  The Street Songs and Singing Games of Forfar and Angus.  1962.  [Typescript at Angus Folk Museum, Glamis, Nat. Trust for Scotland.] [Photocopy.]

 

Gillespie MS., 1768. Inscribed A Collection of the Best and Most Favourite Tunes for the Violin ... Perth. Collected and Transcribed by James Gillespie M,DCC,LX,VIII.  [Microfilm; MS. at NLS]   [Divided into 30 "Airs and Marches"; 61 "Scots Tunes"; 57 "Minuets"; and 108 "Hornpipes, Jiggs and Reels"; 256 airs in all.  Cf. H.G. Farmer, "An Old Violin Tutor", Proc. Soc. Ant. Scot. LXV (1930-1), pp. 398-407.]

 

Gillies, John.  A Collection of Ancient and Modern Gaelic Poems and Songs, transmitted from gentlemen in the Highlands of Scotland to the Editor.  Perth: Printed for John Gillies, Bookseller, M,DCC,LXXXVI.  310 pp. [at least; last few missing.]   Gaelic t.p.: Sean Dain, agus Orain Ghaidhealach, air an tabhairt o dhaoin uaisle, araid an Gaeltachd Alba, don fhear fhoillsicheadh Eoin Gillies.  Don co-fhreagarrach don 't Sean Chuideachd Albannach ann Duneidinn, agus Fear don t'Sean Chuideachd am Peairt, agus Leabhar Receudair don' Chuideachd-sin.

 

Gleadhill, T.S.  Kyle's Scottish Lyric Gems: a Collection of the Songs of Scotland, original and selected.... Glasgow: Joseph Ferrie, 1882.

 

Glen, David.  Highland Bagpipe Tutor.  With a selection of quicksteps strathspeys reels and jigs followed by a piobaireachd.  7th thousand.  rev. and enlarged. Edin.: Glen, n.d.  xvii, 34 pp.

 

Glen, John.  Early Scottish Melodies: including examples from MSS. and early printed works, along with a number of comparative tunes, notes on former annotators, English and other claims, and biographical notices, etc. Edinburgh: J. & R. Glen, 1900. xvi, [i], 271, [1] pp. Chap. VI ("The Scots Musical Museum", pp. 60-243), examines the entire contents of  SMM, with notes of varying length and detail. [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Glen Collection of Scottish Dance Music   2 vols. . Edinburgh:  1891, 1895.           

[Photocopy.] [The prefatory matter includes an index of tunes published in Scotland (not England, unfortunately!) to 1784, and good bibliographical notes.]

 

Goldstein, Kenneth S.  "Bowdlerization and Expurgation: Academic and Folk".  JAF LXXX

(1967), 374-386.

 

Gomme, Alice Bertha.  The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with tunes, singing-rhymes, and methods of playing according to the variants extant and recorded in different parts of the kingdom.  Collected and annotated by A.B.G.  Intro. by Dorothy Howard. N.Y.: Dover, 1964. 2 vols. [Originally pub. 1894, 1898 as Part I of the Dictionary of British Folk-Lore.]

 

Gomme, George Laurence.  Ethnology in Folklore.   London: Kegan Paul, 1892 [repr. Detroit:

Singing Tree, 1969]. vii, 200 pp.

 

Gordon, Joe.  The Joe Gordon Album.  As sung and recorded by the Joe Gordon Folk Four.  Glasgow: J. S. Kerr, [cop. 1959].  28 pp.

 

Gow, Niel.  A Collection of Strathspey Reels with a Bass for the Violoncello or Harpsichord. Most humbly Dedicated to her Grace The Dutchess of Athole, by Niel Gow at Dunkeld.  Edinburgh: Corri, n.d.  36 pp. [Photocopy]

 

-----.  A Complete Repository of Original Scots Slow Strathspeys and Dances, the Dances arranged as Medleys for the Piano-forte Violin and Violoncello &c.  Humbly Dedicated to Her Grace the Dutchess of Gordon by Niel Gow & Son's.  Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd, n.d.  [c. 1799, repr. 1803] .  38 pp. [Photocopy]

 

Graham, George Farquhar.  The Songs of Scotland, adapted to their appropriate melodies.  [3 vols.]  Glasgow: J. Muir Wood [etc.], n.d.  [1848-9][1850?].  [Arrangements by Graham, T.M. Mudie, J.T. Surenne, H.E. Dibdin, Finlay Dun, etc.]

 

Graham, Henry Grey.  Social Life in Scotland in the Eighteenth Century.  London: Adam & Chas. Black, 1909. xii, 545 pp.

 

Green, A. E. "McCaffery: A Study in the Variation and Function of a Ballad". [Part A].  Lore

& Language (Sheffield) no. 3 (Aug. 1970), 4-9.

 

Greene, Richard Leighton.  "The Burden and Scottish Variant of the Corpus Christi Carol". 

Medium Aevum XXXIII.1 (1964), 53-60.

 

Greenleaf, Elisabeth Bristol & Mansfield, Grace Yarrow.  Ballads and Sea Songs of

Newfoundland.  New foreword by MacEdward Leach.  Hatboro, PA: Folklore Assoc., 1968.

[Repr. of ed. from Harvard U. P., 1933.]  xliv, 395 pp.

 

Greenough, William Parker.  Canadian Folk-Life and Folk-Lore. NY: George H. Richmond,

1897.  [Repr. Toronto: Coles, 1971.]  199 pp.  [Partial photocopy: pp. 129-146.]

 

Greenway, John.  American  Folksongs of Protest.  NY: A. S. Barnes (Perpetua Books), 1960

[1st ed. 1953, U. of Penn P.]  x, 348 pp.

 

Gregor, Walter.  Notes on the Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland.  [London]: Folk-Lore

Soc., 1881. [Publications of the FLS, VII.]  Repr.: Nedeln / Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint Ltd.,

1967.  xii, 238 pp.

 

Greig, Gavin.  Folk-Song in Buchan and Folk-Song of the North-East.  Foreword by Kenneth S. Goldstein and Arthur Argo. Hatboro, Penn.: Folklore Associates, 1963. [Reprints articles by Greig, the first from Trans. of the Buchan Field Club, IX (1906-7), 2-76; the rest contributed to the Buchan Observer, Dec. 1907-June 1911, reprinted in book form as Folk-Song of the North-East (Peterhead, 1909, 1914).]

 

-----.  "Lyric Buchan:.  In A. I. McConnochie (ed.), The Book of Ellon (Ellon: Victoria Hall Comm., 1901; 197 pp.), 84-102. [Photocopy]

 

Greig, John.  Scots Minstrelsie: a National Monument of Scottish Song. [6 vols.]  Edinburgh: T.C. and E.C. Jack, 189-.

 

Greimas, A.-J.  "Idiotismes, Proverbes, Dictons" . Cahiers de Lexicologie 2 (1960), 41-61.

 

Griffith, George.  "The Unquiet Grave".  S. Folklore Q. 31 (1967), 314-319.

 

Griggs, Mary Ann.  The Folk Song in the Traditional Society of French-Canada.  Sudbury:

Soc. hist. de Nouvel-Ontario, U. of Sudbury, 1969.  [Historical Documents, nos. 53-54.] 22 pp.

[and in French also, 23 pp.]

 

Grimley, Gordon, ed.  Wicked Victorians.  An anthology of clandestine literature of the

nineteenth century. London: Odyssey P., 1970.  224 pp.

 

Grimm, Jacob.  Teutonic Mythology.  Tr. from the 4th ed. with notes & Appendix by J. S.

Stallybrass.  4 vols. NY: Dover, 1966.  [First pub. 1883, 1888.]

 

----- and Wilhelm.  Grimm's Fairy Tales.  Tr. by Edward Taylor, illus. by George Cruikshank.  Reproduced in facsimile from the first English ed.  London-Ilkley: Scolar Press, 1977.  2 vols.  Appeared 1823, 1826 as German Popular Stories.

 

----- & -----. Grimm's Folk Tales.  Tr. by Eleanor Quarrie. With etchings by George

Cruikshank, coloured by hand. London: Folio Soc., 1949.  206 pp.  Tr. from the 7th ed. of

1857; 38 stories.

 

______ & ______.  The Grimms' German Folk Tales.  Tr. Francis P. Magoun & Alexander

Krappe.  Carbondale-Edwardsville: Southern Ill. U. P. [& London-Amsterdam: Feffer &     

Simons], 1975. [ę 1960.]   viii, 674 pp.  A complete tr. of the 200 Kinder- und HausmÚrchen,

together with the appended Kinderlegenden; based on the Jubilee-edition (1912) of Reinhold

Steig.

 

Grose, Captain Francis.  A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue.  Ed. with a biographical

and critical sketch and an extensive commentary by Eric Partidge.  N.Y.: Barnes  & Noble,

1963.  xiii, 396 pp.  For another edition see Lexicon Balatronicum.

 

Guest, Edwin.  Origines Celticae (a fragment), and other contributions to the History of Britain.  2 vols.  Port Washington-London: Kennikat P., 1971.  [1st pub. 1883]

 

Gummere, Francis B. The Popular Ballad.  NY: Dover, 1959.  [Repr. of 1st ed., 1907.]  xv,

360 pp.

 

Gunnyon, William.  Illustrations of Scottish History, Life and Superstition from Song and Ballad.  Glasgow: Robert Forrester, 1879.  viii, 360 pp. 

 

Haddington, Thomas Hamilton, 6th Earl of.  Select Poems on Several Occasions, by the right Hon. The Earl of Harrington [sic], to which are added, The Duke of Argyll's Levee, and Some Ballads, by the late Lord Binning.  London:  printed in MDCCCXXIV.  216 pp.  [Partial photocopy].  [First ed. c. 1730.]

 

Haliburton, Hugh see Robertson, J. Logie

 

Halliwell, James Orchard.  The Nursery Rhymes of England. Collected principally from Oral

Tradition.  London:  Percy Soc., 1842.  viii, 192 pp. [Photocopy.]

 

Hame-Spun Rhymes, by Bards of Bon-Accord.  Aberdeen: Wm. Smith, n.d.  28 pp., illus.

 

Hamilton, Adam.  The Scottish Orpheus.  A Collection of the Most Admired Songs of Scotland.  Arr. for Medium Voices, with piano accompaniment.  Edinburgh [etc.]: Paterson, n.d. [c. 1900?]

223 pp.

 

Hamilton, Janet.  Poems and Ballads.  Glasgow: Maclehose, 1868.  319 pp.  [Her 3rd collection; she lived at Langloan, Coatbridge.]

 

Hamilton of Bangour see Cunningham & Mackay

 

Hancock, P.D.  A Bibliography of Works Relating to Scotland, 1916-1950. Edinburgh: Edin. U.P., 1959. [Two parts.]

 

Handful of Pleasant Delights, A (1584), by Clement Robinson  and Divers Others.  Ed. by Hyder

E. Rollins.  NY: Dover, 1965.  [Repr. of ed. from Harvard U. P., 1924.]  xix, 145 pp.

 

Harding, Mike.  The Mike Harding Collection: Folk Songs of Lancashire.  Manchester: Whitethorn Press, 1980.  108 pp.  Music.

 

Harding's Collection of Jigs, Reels and Country Dances. Frederick Harris Music Co., n.d.   63

pp.

 

The Harp of Renfrewshire: A Collection of Songs and other Poetical Pieces, (many of which are original), accompanied with notes, explanatory, critical, and biographical, and a short essay on the Poets of Renfrewshire.  Originally published in 1819.  Paisley: Alex. Gardner, 1872.

 

Harper, Malcolm McL.  The Bards of Galloway: a Collection of Poems, Songs, Ballads, &c., by Natives of Galloway. Dalbeattie: Thos. Fraser, 1889.  xxiii, 264 pp.

 

Hart, Harold H.  The Complete Immortalia.  NY: Hart, 1971. 475 pp.

 

Hart, Walter Morris. "The Fabliau and Popular Literature".  PMLA  XXIII (1908), 329-374.

 

Harvey, William.  Scottish Chapbook Literature.  Paisley: Gardner, 1903.  153 pp.

 

Hawick Songs, The.  A Complete Collection, arr. by Adam L. Ingles and sponsored by The Hawick Callants' Club.  Hawick: 1957.  [Pub. by Mozart Allan, Glasgow].  60 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Hay, George, ed.  Round About the Round O With its Poets. Arbroath: Thos. Buncle, 1883.  xxiv, 308 pp.  Drawings by John Adam, reproduced by Durand, Paris.

 

Haynes, Dorothy K.  "They Sing in the Evening."  Saltire Review V no. 15 (Summer 1958), 30-36.

 

Healy, James N.  Ballads from the Pubs of Ireland.  Cork: Mercier P., 1966  [2nd ed.].   142

pp.  Some music.

 

-----.  Irish Ballads and Songs of the Sea.  Cork: Mercier P., 1967.  144 pp.  Some music.

 

-----.  The Mercier Book of Old Irish Street Ballads.  Vol. I.  Cork: Mercier P., 1967.  368 pp.

 

Further  volumes:  II,  History & Politics, 1969, 160 pp.;  III, The People at Play, 1969, 152

pp.; IV, No Place Like Home, 1969, 139 pp.  The 3 last have some music.

 

-----.  The Second Book of Irish Ballads.  Cork: Mercier P., 1968 [3rd ed.].  Some music.

See also Jolliffe, O'Keefe.

 

Henderson, Andrew, ed.  Scottish Proverbs.  With an introductory essay by W[illiam]

Motherwell. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, MDCCCXXXII.  lxxxviii, 254 pp.

 

Henderson, George.  The Popular Rhymes, Sayings, and Proverbs of the County of Berwick; with illustrative notes. Newcastle-on-Tyne: W.S. Crow, 1856.  viii, 184 pp. Parts 2 and 3 are prophecies of Thomas the Rhymer, and original poems by the author.  Many of the rhymes are on places in the county; others on local characters, etc.      [Photocopy]

 

Henderson, Rev. George. Lady Nairne and her Songs.  5th ed. Paisley: Alex. Gardner, 1908. [1st ed. 1899.]

 

Henderson, George, and Waddell, J. Jeffrey.  By Bothwell Banks.  Some chapters on the history, archaeology, and literary associations of the Uddingston and Bothwell district.  Glasgow: D. Hobbs, 1904.  260 pp.

 

Hendertson, T. F.  Old-World Scotland.  Glimpses of its Modes and Manners.  London: T.

Fisher Unwin, n.d.  263 pp.

 

-----.  Scottish Vernacular Literature: a succinct history.  3rd rev. ed.  Edinburgh: John Grant, 1910. xiv, 462 pp.

 

Henderson, W.  Victorian Street Ballads.  A Selection of Popular Ballads sold in the Street

in the Nineteenth Century.  London: Country Life, 1937.  160 pp.

 

Henderson, William.  Notes on the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders.  London: Folk-Lore Soc., 1879.

 

Hendricks, Cecilia Hennel.  "Robin Tamson's Smiddy".  Hoosier Folklore III (1944), 55-57. [Not a word about the author, or the tune!]

 

Hendry, Ian D. and Stephen, Graham, eds. Scotscape: Lore, Legend and Customs.  Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1978.

 

----- & -----, eds.  Scotsgate: Rhymes, Legends and Traditions. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1982.

 

Henry, Mellinger E.  "Still More Ballads and Folk-Songs from the Southern Highlands".  JAF

45, 175 (Jan.-March 1932), 1-176.

 

Henry-Bordeaux, Paule.  Scotland Through French Eyes. London: Methuen, 1934. [Tr. by Mrs. Harold Sandwith of Fantčmes d'Ícosse.]  vii, 213 pp.

 

Herd, David.  Ancient and Modern Scottish Songs, Heroic Ballads, etc.  2 vols.  Edin.-London:

Sc. Academic P., 1973.  [Repr. of the 1869 ed, which gives the 1776 (2nd) ed., with appendix

of pieces substituted in that of 1791 for those omitted from the edition of 1776.]

 

Hervey, Lord Francis.  "The Lone Shieling" or Boatsong of Highlander Exiles.  Transcribed from Blackwood of September, 1829 by Walter G. F. Dewar with a Musical Setting Composed by Alan Burr, and renderings in Greek verse by Harold A. Perry and in Latin by Lord Francis Hervey, and a critical inquiry by the last named into the authorship of the poem.  London: Murray, 1925.  [Partial photocopy: pp. 1-20, the Hervey "inquiry"; which awards the palm to Sir Walter Scott.]  See also MacCurdy.

 

Hesketh, Christian.  Tartans.  London (etc.): Octopus, 1961.  96 pp.

 

High Level Ranters, The, Song and Tune Book.  Great Yarmouth: Galliard [& NY: Galaxy] (in

assoc. with the EFDSS), 1972.  44 pp.

 

Hill, Douglas and Williams, Pat.  The Supernatural.  London: Aldus Books, 1965.  350 pp.

 

----- et al.  Witchcraft, Magic and the Supernatural.  London: Octopus Books, 1974.  176 pp.

 

Himsl, R. M.  "The Story of a  Saskatchewan Folk Song".  The Western Producer Th. March

30, 1967, p. C2.  [On the origins of "Saskatchewan".]

 

History of the Witches of Renfrewshire, A.  New ed. with intro., embodying extracts, hitherto

unpublished, from the records of the Presbytery of Paisley.  Paisley: Gardner, 1877.  219, 6 pp. 

[Orig. ed. pub. Paisley: John Millar, 1809.]

 

Hoffmann, Frank.  Analytical Survey of Anglo-American Traditional Erotica.  Bowling

Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1973.  x, 309 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Hogg, James.  The Jacobite Relics of Scotland; being the Songs, Airs, and Legends, of the Adherents to the House of Stuart.  Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1819. [Second vol. 1821.] Music.

 

Holiday, F. W.  The Great Orm of Loch Ness.  NY: Avon Books, 1970.  [Cop. 1969 by W.

W. Norton & Co.]  224 pp.

 

Holmes, D.T.  Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland.  Paisley: Gardner, 1909.  372 pp.

 

Holzer, Hans.  Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology.  London: Octopus, 1974.  252

pp.

 

Honeyman, William C.  Scottish Violin Makers: Past and Present.  With new preface by John Turner.  Morgantown, WV: Scotpress; Richmond, VA: Fiddletree Music, 1984.  105 pp. + adverts.  [First ed. 1894; 2nd ed., 1910;  3rd issue (posthumously), 1919.]

 

Houston, James.  Autobiography of Mr. J.H., Scotch Comedian. Glasgow-Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1889.viii, 196 pp. [Includes songs and sketches.]

 

Howes, Frank.  Folk Music of Britain █ and Beyond.  London: Methuen, 1969. 

 

Hugill, Stan.  Shanties and Sailors' Songs.  London: Herbert Jenkins, 1969.  x, 243 pp.

 

Humble, B.H.  Tramping in Skye.  Glasgow: Maclellan, 1947. [2nd ed.] xiii, 145 pp.

 

The Humours of Glasgow Fair, and the comical song of Auld John Paul.  Glasgow: n.d [c. 1840].  An 8-page chapbook, unbound.

 

120 Scotch Songs.  Words and Music with Piano and Organ Accompaniment.  New and revised ed.  Toronto: Whaley, Royce & Co., n.d.  192 pp.

 

Hunter, Hugh & Riddell.  Folk, National and Art Songs.  School ed., staff, Book IV.  London:

Bayley & Ferguson, 1927.  55 pp.

 

Hunter, James.  The Fiddle Music of Scotland. A comprehensive annotated collection of 365 tunes with a historical introduction.  Foreword by Yehudi Menuhin.  [Edinburgh]: Chambers, 1979. .  xxvii, [music, unpaged], xxviii-xxxiii pp.

 

Hustvedt, Sigurd Bernhard.  Ballad Books and Ballad Men.  Raids and Rescues in Britain, America, and the Scandinavian North since 1800.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard U. P., 1930.  ix, 376 pp.

 

Ingles, Adam L.  see Hawick Songs

 

International Folk Music Council.  Journal.  XII (1961).

 

Irish Song Book, The.  75 songs collected, adapted, written, and sung by the Clancy Brothers &

Tommy Makem.  NY: Music Sales, 1971 [2nd printing 1972].  vi, 186 pp.

 

Ives, Edward D.  Twenty-One Folksongs from Prince Edward Island. = Northeast Folklore

(Orono), V (1963).  87 pp.

 

Jack, David.  Lyric Gems of Scotland, with Music.  Part IV.  Glasgow: D. Jack, n.d. [c. 1856].

[Paperbound pamphlet; pp. 97-128.  Defective, lacking 97-8, 127-8.]

 

Jackson, Bruce.  "What Happened to Jody".  JAF LXXX (1967), 387-396.

 

Jackson, George Pullen.  "The 400-year Odyssey of the 'Captain Kidd' Song Family█notably

its Religious Branch".  Southern Folklore Q., 15 (1951), 239-248.

 

Jackson, Kenneth Hurlstone.  The International Popular Tale and Early Welsh Tradition. 

Cardiff: U. of Wales P., 1961.  [Gregynog Lectures, 1961.]  141 pp. 

 

James I.  The Works of James the First, King of Scotland, to which is prefixed, a Historical and Critical Dissertation on his Life and Writings.  Also, some brief remarks on the intimate connexion of the Scots Language with the other Northern dialects.  And a Dissertation on Scottish Music; the whole accompanied with notes, historical, critical and explanatory.  Glasgow: Brash and Co. [etc.], 1825. 294 pp.  [By William Tytler (1711-1792); the Poetical Remains first pub. Edin., 1783; the essay on Scottish music first subjoined to Arnot's History of Edinburgh, 1779.]

 

Jamieson, Robert.  Popular Ballads and Songs, from Tradition, Manuscripts, and scarce editions; with translations of similar pieces from the Ancient Danish Language, and a few originals by the editor.  Edinburgh: Constable, 1806.  352, 409 pp.; 2 vols. in one.

 

Jarlis, Andy de.  Canadian Fiddle Tunes From the Red River Valley.  Toronto: BMI Canada,

1958.  27 pp. [Photocopy.]

 

Johnson, James.  The Scots Musical Museum.  Originally published by J.J., with Illustrations

 of the Lyric Poetry and Music of Scotland by William Stenhouse.  2 vols.  Foreword by Henry

George Farmer.  Hatboro, PA: Folklore Assoc., 1962.  [Vol. I reprints the songs, from the 4-vol. ed. of 1853; II contains Stenhouse's notes, and (with separate pagination), Laing's Additional Illus.; + indexes.  Dates of original vols. are 1787, 1788, 1790, 1792, 1796, 1803.]

 

Jolliffe, Maureen.  The Third Book of Irish Ballads.  Cork: Mercier P., 1970.  [2], 120 pp. 

Some music. See also Healy, O'Keeffe.

 

Jones, H. S. V.  "The Cl╗omadös and Related Folk-Tales". PMLA XXIII, 4 (n.s. XVI, 4)

(1908), 557-598.

 

Jones, T. Gwynn et al.  Ceinciau'r Cymry.  Melodies of the Welsh.  [Words ed. by Jones; music arr. by Mansel Thomas and W. S. Gwynn Williams.]  Llangollen: Gwynn Pub. Co., n.d. [cop. 1943].  16 pp.

 

Jones, V. Isabel.  The Popular Ballad: A Study, with Particular Reference to German and

Scots. [PhD Thesis (German), Univ. of Wales (Cardiff), 1970.]  [Photocopy.]   vii, 178 pp.

 

Joseph, Nathan, & Winter, Eric.  New English Broadsides.  Songs of our time from the English folk scene.  N.Y.: Oak, 1967. 96 pp.  Music.

 

Joyce, P. W.  Old Irish Folk Music and Songs.  A Collection of 842 Irish Airs and Songs

hitherto unpublished. [1909.]  Repr. N.Y.: Cooper Square, 1965.  xxxvi, 408 pp.

 

Junior, Allan.  Burns in Scottish Scene & Song.  2nd ed.  Dundee-London: Valentine, 1926.  32 pp.

 

Karpeles, Maud.  Folk Songs of Europe.  NY: Oak, 1964. [First pub. by Novello, 1956; for

the International Folk Music Council.]  xx, 268 pp.

 

Keith, Alexander.  "Scottish Ballads: Their Evidence of Authorship and Origin".  English

Assoc., Essays and Studies XII (1926), 100-119.

 

Kemp, Willie see Kerr

 

Ker, W. P.  Epic and Romance: Essays on Medieval Literature. NY: Dover, 1957.  xxiv, 398

pp.

 

-----.  "On the Danish Ballads".  The Scottish Historical Review I, 4 (July 1904), 357-401.

 

-----.  "On the History of the Ballads, 1100-1500". Proceedings of the British Academy IV

(1909-1910), 179-205.

 

Kerr's Caledonian Collection: Highland Airs & Quicksteps, Hornpipes, Scotch & Irish Reels, Irish Jigs, Reels & Strathspeys, Country Dances.  One hundred and nine airs....   Glasgow: James S. Kerr, n.d.

 

Kerr's Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin. I have the 2nd, 3rd & 4th collections [see below]; no dates.

 

Kerr's Collection of Reels & Strathspeys, Highland Schottisches, Country Dances, Jigs, Hornpipes, Flirtations.... 131 Melodies in all, plus full Descriptions of [22] Country Dances.  Glasgow: Kerr, n.d. 

 

Kerr's "Cornkisters" (Bothy Ballads), as sung and recorded by Willie Kemp.  Glasgow: James S. Kerr, [1950].  72 pp.

 

Kerr's Guild of Play.

 

Kerr's Modern Dance Album for the Pianoforte.  Glasgow: Kerr, n.d. 

 

Kerr's Second Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin. Consisting of Scotch and Irish Reels and Jigs, Highland Schottisches, Country Dances, Hornpipes, Clog Dances, Waltzes, Polkas, &c.  In all 445 airs. [Popular Violin Books, II.]  Glasgow: Kerr, n.d. 

 

Kerr's Third Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin.... In all 446 airs. [Bk. X]  Glasgow: Kerr, n.d.

 

Kidson, Frank.  Traditional Tunes.  NY: Brussel, 1961.  19-174 pp.  Repr. of K's book of

1891, here bound with the reprint of Wooldridge's ed. of Chappell, q.v.

 

King, Arthur ["Dot"].  The Bon-Accord Ballads.  Aberdeen: Bon-Accord Printing & Pub. Co., 1891.  102 pp. + ads. [Originally pub. in the magazine Bon-Accord, "the Punch of Scotland".]

 

King, Francis.  Sexuality, Magic and Perversion.  London: New English Library, 1972.  [1st

pub. London: Spearman, 1971.]  174 pp.

 

Kinghorn, A. M.  "Robert Burns and Jamaica".  Rev. of Eng. Lit. (Leeds) VIII, 111 (1967), 70-80.

 

Kinloch see Stevenson

 

Kittredge, G. L., ed.  "Ballads and Songs".  JAF XXX no. cxvii (July-Sep. 1917), 283-369.

 

-----.  "Mr. Frog Went a-Courting".  JAF (Boston-NY) XXXV, 392-399 [part of an article,

"Traditional Texts and Tunes"].

 

Knapp, Mary and Herbery.  One Potato, Two Potato...  The Secret Education of American        Children.  N.Y.: Norton, 1976.  xii, 274 pp.

 

Krassen, Miles.  O'Neill's Music of Ireland.  New & Revised.  N.Y. [etc.]: Oak, 1976.  254

pp.  Concentrates on the dance music, but includes O'Carolan's compositions.   Omits about 200 tunes for various reasons.

 

Kuechler, Walther.  "Malbrough s'en va-t-en guerre". Neusprachliche Studien (Marburg),

1925, 242-251.

 

Kvideland, Reimund & Sehmsdorf, Henning K., eds.    Nordic Folklore: Recent Studies.  Bloomington-Indianapolis: Indiana U. P.,  1989.  [xii]. 258 pp.

 

Lahey, John.  Australian Favorite Ballads.  NY: Oak, 1965. [1st pub. Hill of Content

Publishing, 1965, as Great Australian Folk Songs.]  96 pp.

 

Laing, David.  Early Scottish Metrical Tales.  New ed.  London: Hamilton, Adams/ Glasgow: Morison, 1889. 318 pp.

 

Lamont-Brown, Raymond, and Adamson, Peter.  Fife: Portrait of a County 1910-1950, from rare photographs.  St. Andrews: Alvie Publications, 1982.  [121] pp.

 

Lamson, Roy.  "Henry Purcell's Dramatic Songs and the English Broadside Ballad".  PMLA 53

(1938), 148-61.

 

Lanctot, Gustave.  "Chansons et rondes de Laprairie".  JAF 130 (1920), 336-45.

 

Lang, Andrew. Grass of Parnassus.  First and Last Rhymes. London/ N.Y.: Longmans, Green, 1892.  xvi, 190 pp.

 

-----.  Sir Walter Scott and the Border Minstrelsy. London [etc.]: Longmans, 1910.  xi, 157 pp.

 

Lang, John and Jean.  Stories of the Border Marches.  London [etc.]: Nelson, n.d. 363 pp.

 

Lapraik, John see Cunningham & Mackay

 

La Rue, F. A. H.  "Les Chansons populaires et historiques du Canada".  Part I [Popular songs]. 

Le Foyer Canadien I (Quebec, 1863), 321-84.

 

Laws, G. Malcolm.  American Balladry from British Broadsides: a guide for students and collectors of traditional song. Philadelphia: American Folklore Society, 1957. [Bibliog. & Special Ser., VIII.] 315 pp. Appendix I (pp. 125-293) is "British Broadside Ballads Current in American Tradition: A Bibliographical Syllabus."  "American" here includes Canadian, as e.g. Creighton and Senior's Nova Scotian texts. Some British texts are referred to.

 

Leach, MacEdward, ed.  The Ballad Book.  NY: Barnes [and London: Yoseloff], [cop. 1955]. 

xiv, 842 pp.

 

-----.  Folk Ballads & Songs of the Lower Labrador Coast. Ottawa: Nat. Mus. of Canada,

1965.  viii, 332 pp.

 

Leach, Maria, ed.  Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore Mythology and Legend. 

N.Y.: F&W, 1972.  [Originally issued in 2 vols. 1949-50.]  1236 pp.

 

Lee, Edward.  Music of the People: A Study of Popular Music in Great Britain.  London: Barrie

& Jenkins, 1970.  xiv, 274 pp.

 

Legman, G.  The Horn Book.  Studies in Erotic Folklore and bibliography.  New Hyde Park,

N.Y.: University Books, 1964.  565 pp.

 

-----.  The Limerick.  1700 examples, with notes, variants and index.  N.Y.: Brandywine P.,

1970.  lxxvii, 517 pp.

 

-----.  The New Limerick.  2750 Unpublished Examples, American and British.  N.Y.: Crown, 1977.  xxxiii, 729 pp.

 

-----.  "Pills to Purge Melancholy: A Bibliographical Note". Midwest Folklore IX, 2 (1959),

89-102.

 

-----.  Rationale of the Dirty Joke.  An Analysis of Sexual Humor.  First Series.  NY: Grove,

1968.  811 pp.  [Also Second Series: N.Y.: Breaking Point, 1975.  992 pp.]

 

-----.  See also Randolph.

 

Leland, Charles Godfrey.  Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling. Illustrated by Incantations,

Specimens of Medical Magic, Anecdotes, Tales.  New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1963

[repr. 1964].  xxxiii, 271 pp.  [First pub. 1891.]

 

Leslie, Col. Charles.  Historical Records of the Family of Leslie, from 1067 to 1868-9.  Collected from Public Records and Authentic Private Sources, by Colonel Leslie, K. H. of Balquhain. [3 vols.]  Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1869.

 

Leslie, Charles.  Anthropology of Folk Religion.  N.Y.: Vintage Books [Random], 1960.  xviii,

453, x pp.

 

Leslie News see Rothes

 

Levtow, Harry & Valency, Maurice, eds.  The Palace of Pleasure: an Anthology of the

Novella.  NY: Capricorn, 1960.  277 pp.

 

Lewis, Mary Ellen Brown.  A Bibliography of Ballads from Selected Collections of Scottish

Ballads and Songs. [PhD Diss. in Folklore.]  U. of Pennsylvania, 1968.  [Univ. Microfilms

photocopy, 1970.]  xii, 596 pp.

 

Lexicon Balatronicum.  A Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit, and Pickpocket

Eloquence.  Compiled originally by Captain Grose [q.v.], and now considerably altered and

enlarged, with the Modern Changes and Improvements, by a Member of the Whip Club....

London: C. Chappel, 1811.  [Photographic reprint] with a foreword by Robert Cromie. 

Chicago: Follett, 1971.  Unpaged.

 

Liddall, W. J. N.  The Place Names of Fife and Kinross.  Edin.: Wm Green, 1896.  [Partial photocopy.]

 

Lindsay, Sir David, of the Mount.  The Satire of the Three Estates.  The acting text prepared by Robert Kemp for Tyrone Guthrie's production at the Edinburgh Festival 1949.  Edin., Scots Review, n.d.  74 pp.

 

Lindsay, Maurice.  The Scottish Renaissance.  Edinburgh, Serif Books, 1948.  28 pp.

 

Linklater, Eric.  The Survival of Scotland.  A Review of Scottish History from Roman Times to the Present Day. London, Heinemann, 1968.  376 pp.

 

Lion Rampant, The.  Vol. I, nos. 1 (Nov. 1946), 2 (1947), 3 (1947), 4 (1949).

 

Lloyd, A. L.  Folk Song in England.  NY: International Pub., 1967.  433 pp.

 

Logan, John.  Poems.  London, T. Cadell, 1781.  [1st ed.; contemp. tree calf.]  vii, 118 pp.

 

Logan, Thomas.  The Green Glens of Lothian, and other poems and songs.  Edinburgh, Elliot, 1871.  vii, 206 pp.

 

Logan, W. H.  A Pedlar's Pack of Ballads and Songs. Edinburgh: Wm. Paterson,

MDCCCLXIX.  ix, 479 pp. [Photocopy.]

 

Logan's Complete Tutor for the Highland Bagpipe, and a selection of marches, quicksteps, laments, strathspeys reels & country dances, followed by piobaireachd exercises & the famous piobaireachd Cha Till McCruimen (Mac Crimmon will never return).  London: Paterson, 1963.  "Entirely revised by Pipe-Major John MacLellan, M.B.E., Chief Instructor, Army School of Piping, Edinburgh Castle."

 

Lomax, John A. and Alan.  Folk Song U.S.A.  [1947]. Toronto: Signet, 1966.  512 pp.  Music.

 

Long, Eleanor R.  "Thematic Classification and 'Lady Isabel'".  JAF LXXXV (1972), 32-41.

 

Lord, Albert Bates.  The Singer of Tales.  NY: Atheneum, 1968.  [Orig. pub. 1960 by Harvard

U.P. as Harvard Studies in Comparative Lit., 24.]

 

Low, Donald A., ed.  Critical Essays on Robert Burns. London-Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, [1975].  xi, 191 pp.

 

Lumsden, James.  The Battles of Dunbar & Prestonpans, and  other selected poems (new and old).  Haddington: William  Sinclair, 1896.  [6], 239 pp.

 

-----.   Edinburgh Poems and Songs. 5th rev. ed. Edinburgh: Thos. Allan, 1901. xiv, 328 pp.

 

Lyle, E. B.  "The Relationship between Thomas the Rhymer and Thomas of Erceldoune". 

Leeds Studies in English n.s. IV (1971), 23-30.

 

-----.  "Thomas of Erceldoune: the Prophet and the Prophesied".  Folk Lore LXXIX (Summer

1968), 111-121.

   See also Crawfurd.

 

Lyric Gems of Scotland.  A Collection of the most admired Scottish songs arranged with pianoforte accompaniments. London-Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.  256 pp.

See also Jack, David

 

MacBean, Lachlan.  The Songs and Hymns of the Scottish Highlands.  With translations and music, and an intro. Edinburgh [etc.]: Maclachlan & Stewart [etc.], 1888. Unpaged.  [No. 448 of 450 copies.]

 

MacColl, Ewan.  Folk Songs and Ballads of Scotland.  N.Y.: Oak, 1965.  96 pp.

 

-----. The Shuttle and Cage.  Industrial Folk Ballads.  London: Workers' Music

Assoc., 1954.  30 pp.

 

 -----, and Behan, Dominic.  Streets of Song. (Gramophone record) 1959.

 

MacCulloch, J. A.  "The Mingling of Fairy and Witch Beliefs in Sixteenth and Seventeenth

Century Scotland".  Folk-Lore XXXII no. iv (Dec. 1921), 227-244.

 

MacCurdy, Edward.  A Literary Enigma.  The Canadian Boat Song: its authorship and associations.  Stirling: Eneas Mackay, [1935].  112 pp. [the last four blank for notes] See also Hervey.

 

Macdonald, Angus.  The Place-Names of West Lothian. Edinburgh-London: Oliver and Boyd, 1941. xl, 177 pp.

 

MacDonald, Archibald.  The Uist Collection.  The Poems and  Songs of John MacCodrum, Archibald Macdonald,  and some of the minor Uist bards.  Ed. with intro. and notes by  Rev. A.MacD, Kiltarlity.  Glasgow: Sinclair [etc.], 1894.  220 pp.  [Cover (spine) title: Uist Bards.]

 

MacDonald, Keith Norman.  The Skye Collection of the Best Reels & Strathspeys extant, embracing over four hundred tunes collected from all the best sources, compiled & arranged for violin & piano.  MDCCCLXXXVII.  [New ed. by Paul Stewart Cranford, 1980; reprint: London (Ont.): Scott's Highland Services, 1986.]  x, 195 pp.

 

MacDonald, Martha.  "A is for Alphabet Songs: Comments on Structure and Function". 

Culture & Tradition IX (1985), 58-67.

 

MacDougall, John.  Scottish Country Dances.  A Listing Index of  900 Dances With

Reference Sources. Boston: Boston Branch of the RSCDS, 1968.  [4], 64 pp.

 

MacFarlane, Alan.  Witchcraft in Tudor and Stuart England.  NY-Evanston: Harper

[Torchbooks], 1970.  [Brit. ed. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul].  xxi, 334 pp.

 

McGarry, Mary.  Great Folk Tales of Old Ireland.  N.Y.: Bell, 1972.  112 pp.

 

McGinn, Matt.  Scottish Songs of Today.  London: Harmony Music Ltd., 1964.  30 pp.  [With music.]

 

McGonagall, William.  Poetic Gems.  London: Duckworth, 1975. [First published in 2 parts 1890; one vol., 1934.]  214  pp.  [Also another ed., Dundee: Winter, 1950; 216 pp.]

 

MacGregor, Alexander.  Highland Superstitions: the Druids, Fairies, Witchcraft, Second-Sight, Hallowe'en, Sacred Wells and Lochs, with several Curious Instances of Highland Customs and Beliefs.  With a foreword on Superstitions and their Origin by Isabel Cameron. Stirling: Eneas Mackay, 1937 [5th ed.]  86 pp.

 

MacGregor, Forbes.  Scots Proverbs and Rhymes.  Selected and compiled with intro.,

comments and a glossary.  Edin.- London: Chambers, (1948) 1970.  48 pp.

 

McIntosh, Angus.  Introduction to a Survey of Scottish Dialects.  Edin. (etc.): Nelson [for the University of Edin.], 1961.  [U. of Edin., Linguistic Survey of Scotland, Monographs, No. 1.]  xii, 122 pp.

 

Macintosh, John.  The Poets of Ayrshire, from the Fourteenth Century to the Present Day, with selections from their writings.  Dumfries: Thos. Hunter, [1910].  xxi, [1 l.], 357 pp.  [Alex. Mutch's copy.]

 

Mackay, ş. J. G.  A History of Fife and Kinross.  Edin.-London: Blackwood, MDCCCXCVI.    xiv, 405 pp.

 

Mackay, Charles.  The Jacobite Songs and Ballads of Scotland from 1688 to 1746.  With an Appendix of Modern Jacobite Songs.  London-Glasgow: Richard Griffin, 1861. xvi, 348 pp. + advts. [Based (like MacQuoid) on Robert Malcolm, 1829.]

 

McKellar, Kenneth.  The Kenneth McKellar Song BookPeople's Friend, n.d.

 

Mackenzie, Agnes Mure.  The Foundations of Scotland.  Edin.-London: Oliver & Boyd, 1957. xv, 316 pp. 

 

Mackenzie, George.  The Antiquity of the Royal Line of Scotland Farther Cleared and Defended, Against the Exceptions lately offer'd by Dr. Stillingfleet, In his Vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph.  By Sir George Mackenzie, His Majesty's Advocate for the Kingdom of Scotland.  London, Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, at the Golden-Ball against the Royal Exchange.  1686.

["Licensed, Nov. 2. 1685.  Ro. L'Estrange."]  212, [8] pp.  Folding genealogical chart.

 

Mackenzie, J. Murray.  The Gaelic Hotch-Potch of Story, Song and Music.  4th ed.  Stirling: [1895].  92+ pp. [partial photocopy]

 

Mackenzie, James.  Life of Michael Bruce, Poet of Loch Leven. With vindication of his authorship of the "Ode to the Cuckoo" and other poems, also copies of letters written  by John Logan, now first published.  London: Dent, 1905.  xi, 243 pp.

 

Mackenzie, Rev. Lachlan.  "The Rev. Mr Lachlan" of Lochcarron: Lectures, Sermons, and Writings of a famous Highland minister of the old school.  Including some of his work which has never hitherto been published. Compiled and published by James Campbell, Inverness. [1928.]  xvi, 462, [1] pp.

 

Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury (of Inverewe).  A Hundred Years in the Highlands.  New ed., by M.T. Sawyer.  London: Bles, MCMXLIX.  221 pp. 

 

Mackenzie, Peter.  Reminiscences of Glasgow and the West of Scotland.  3 vols.  Glasgow: John Tweed, MDCCCLXV.

 

Mackie, Alexander (1855-1915).  Prose and Verse.  Edited, with memoir, by John Minto Robertson.  Aberdeen: Rosemount Press, 1916.  xxxv, 92 pp.

 

McKnight, G. H.  "The Middle English Vox and Wolf".  PMLA XXIII (1908), 496-509.

 

Maclagan, Robert Craig.  The Games and Diversions of Argyleshire.  London: Nutt [for the Folk-Lore Soc.], 1901. vii, 270 pp.  [Repr. N.Y.: Arno Press, 1976.] [Partial photocopy]

 

McLaren, Calum, et al.  Strange Tales of Scotland. Newtongrange (Midlothian): Lang Syne Publishers, 1980 [repr. of 1987].  Unpaged.

 

MacLean, Charles.  Scottish Toasts and Graces.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1994.  [Repr.

of ed. pub. Belfast, 1993.]  60 pp.

 

MacLean, D.  Laoidhean agus Dain.  Le Donnachadh Mac- Gilleadhain, ministeir na h-eaglais saoire ann an Gleannurchaidh. Glascho: G. Mac-na-Ceardadh [etc.], 1868.

 

MacLennan, R. J.  Scottish Nursery Rhymes.  London: Melrose, 1909.  Illus. by Louis MacKay. 65 pp. 

 

MacLeod, A.C., and Boulton, Harold.  Songs of the North, gathered together from the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland... the music ed. by Malcolm Lawson.  London: Cramer, n.d. [c. 1890]. 2 vols.: 1st ed. by Macleod and Boulton, 2nd by Boulton alone.   [Vol. I apparently pub. 1885; II (n.d.), copyright 1895.]

 

MacLeod, Bobby.  Country Dance Tunes.  Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d.  24 pp.

 

Macleod, Donald, ed.  Poets and Poetry of the Lennox. Dumbarton: Bennett & Thomson / Glasgow: Thomas Murray, n.d. [c. 1890?]  [7], 287 pp.

 

MacLeod, Jim see The White Heather Collection, Book Two.

 

McNeill, F. Marian.  The Scots Kitchen.  Its traditions and lore, with old-time recipes.    2nd ed.  London & Glasgow: Blackie, 1963.

 

-----.  The Silver Bough: a four volume study of the national and local festivals of Scotland.  Vol.  One: Scottish Folk-lore and Folk-belief.  Glasgow: Maclellan, 1977.  220 pp.  [First printed 1957] Vol. Two: A Calendar of Scottish National Festivals: Candlemas to Harvest Home. 1959.  163 pp.

 

MacNeill, Hector see Cunningham & Mackay

 

McNeill, Peter and Nicholson, Ranald.  An Historical Atlas of Scotland c.400 - c.1600.  [St Andrews]: Atlas Committee of the Conference of Scottish Medievalists, 1975.  x, 213 pp.

 

MacPherson, James.  The Poems of Ossian, translated by J. MacP., Esq., with dissertations on the era and poems of Ossian; and Dr. Blair's critical dissertation.  London: Bohn, MDCCCXLVII.  428 pp.  Cf. Rev. Edward Davies.

 

MacPherson, John.  A Garland of Folk Songs.  Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d. [Circa 1970?  With music.]

 

MacQuoid, G.S. Jacobite Songs and Ballads [Selected]. London-N.Y.: Walter Scott, Ltd., n.d.

Based on Malcolm, 1829.

 

Macrae, Norman.  The Romance of a Royal Burgh: Dingwall's Story of a Thousand Years.  Dingwall: "North Star", 1923.  391 pp.

 

Mactaggart, John.  The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopaedia, or, the Original, Antiquated, and Natural Curiosities of the South of Scotland; containing sketches of eccentric characters and curious places, with explanations of singular words, terms, and phrases; interspersed with   poems, tales, anecdotes, &c. and various other strange matters; the whole illustrative of the ways of the peasantry, and manners of Caledonia.... London [etc.]: 1824. xii, 504 pp. [Repr. 1876 (250 copies).] A remarkable and curious compilation done by a good-humoured lover of his shire; the long title is very accurate.

 

Macwhannell, Ninian.  Oor Mither Tongue: An Anthology of Scots Vernacular Verse.  Paisley: Gardner, 1938.  325 pp.

 

Magoun, Francis P.  "Oral-Formulaic Character of Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry".  Speculum

XXVIII (1953), 446-467.

 

Maidment, James. A North Countrie Garland. [Private limited ed., 1824.] Repr: Edited (and  

"revised") by Edmund Goldsmid.  Edinburgh: privately printed, 1884.  68 pp.

 

-----. Ane Pleasant Garland of Sweet Scented Flowers.  1835. [Photocopy.]

 

----- see also Stevenson

 

Maillet, Antonine.  Rabelais et les traditions populaires en Acadie.  Qu╗bec: Univ. Laval,

1980.  201 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Main, Nan.  The Ashley Album of Scottish Country Dance Tunes, original and traditional, arranged for the piano ... for 38 of the dances from "99 More Scottish Country Dances" compiled by Jean Milligan and published by Collins.  Glendarroch (Dalry): Hugh Foss, [cop. 1965].  31 pp.

 

-----.  Scottish Country Dance Tunes.  Written & arr. [for piano] by N.M. for 23 hitherto unpublished dances from "101 Scottish Country Dances" compiled by Jean Milligan and published by Collins and Patersons. London: Paterson's, [cop. 1957].  24 pp.  [Signed copy.]

 

Maine, G. F.  A Book of Scotland.  London-Glasgow: Collins, 1965.  384 pp.

 

Mair, James Allan.  The Book of Scottish Readings in Prose and Verse, from the works of popular Scottish authors. 5th ed.  Glasgow-London: Cameron & Ferguson, 1878.  216 pp. + ads.

 

Maitland Folio Manuscript, The.  Containing poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Dunbar, Douglas, Henryson, and others. Ed. by W. A. Craigie.  2 vols.  Edin.-London: Blackwood (for S.T.S.), 1919, 1927.  (S.T.S. N.S. #7, 20).

 

Makem, Tommy see The Irish Song Book, Clancy Brothers

 

Malcolm, Robert.  Jacobite Minstrelsy, with notes illustrative of the text, and containing historical details in relation to the House of Stuart from 1640 to 1784.  Glasgow: Richard Griffin, 1829.

 

Malvern, Marjorie M.  Venus in Sackcloth. The Magdalen's Origins and Metamorphoses

Carbondale-Edwardsville: S. Ill. U. P., 1975.  xiii, [3], 219 pp.

 

Mansfield Manuscript.  An Old Edinburgh Collection of Songs and Ballads.  [Edited] by Frank Miller.  Dumfries: Hunter, Watson & Co., 1935.  [MS. in Hornel Library; compiled by Eliz. St. Clair, c. 1780.]

 

Manson, James, ed.  Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book; a Collection of the Melodies of All Nations, adapted for Violin, Flute, Clarionet, etc.  2 vols.  Glasgow: W. Hamilton [etc.], 1846 [and 1853].  [Vol. I in photocopy.]

 

Marr & Co.'s Royal Collection of Highland Airs, Quicksteps, Strathspeys, Reels & Country Dances....  Inverness: Logan & J. Marr Wood, Ltd., n.d. [189-]. [22nd Thousand] 60 pp.

 

Marshak, Samuel see Burns

 

Martinengo-Cesaresco, Countess.  Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs.  London: Dent [N.Y.: Dutton], n.d.  [First pub. 1886.] 

.

Mary, Queen of Scots.  The Silver Casket: being love-letters and love-poems attributed to Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, now modernised or translated, with an introduction by Clifford Bax.  London: Home & Van Thal, 1946.  54 pp.

 

Masters, R. E. L.  Eros and Evil.  NY: Lancer Books, 1969.  [Orig. ed., Julian Press, 1962.] 

352 pp.

 

Maxwell, Stuart and Hutchison, Robert.  Scottish Costume 1550-1850.  London: Adam & Charles Black, 1958.  viii, 184 pp. 

 

May, Sydney.  The Story of "Waltzing Matilda".  Brisbane: W. R. Smith & Paterson Pty., 1955. 

158 pp. [Partial photocopy.]

 

Melia, Daniel F.  "The Lughnasa Musician in Ireland and Scotland".  JAF LXXX (1967), 365-  

373.

 

Menzies, Gordon, ed.  Who Are the Scots?  London: B.B.C., 1972.  144 pp.  [A book complementing a TV series; articles on e.g. the Picts, Dalriada, Norsemen, etc.]

 

Mercer, Paul.  Newfoundland Songs and Ballads in Print 1842-1974: a Title and First Line

Index.  St. John's: Memorial U. [MUNFLA], 1979.  xv, 343, [1] pp.

 

Merry Muses of Caledonia.

 

     The Merry Muses of Caledonia.  Ed. by James Barke and Sydney Goodsir Smith.  With a Prefatory Note and some authentic Burns Texts contributed by J. DeLancey Ferguson.  N.Y.: Putnam, 1964 [1st Amer. ed.; original copyright 1959.]  224 pp.  At head of t.p.: "Robert   Burns".

 

     The Merry Muses of Caledonia, collected and in part written by Robert Burns.  A new edition, now reprinted for the first time in type-facsimile of the unique original.  With additional songs from the Cunningham Manuscript and other sources.  Edited by G. Legman.  New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books, 1965.  lxv, 326 pp.

 

     The Merry Muses and Other Burnsian Frolics.  An Entirely New Compendium of Scottish

Songs and Fragments from the Secret Collections of Robert Burns.  Ed., with Foreword and

Explanatory Notes, by Eric Lemuel Randall.  London: Luxor P., 1966.  191 pp.

 

     The Merry Muses, A Selection of Favorite Songs gathered from many sources.  Originally Collected by Robert Burns.  To which are added one of his letters█formerly suppressed█and a group of merry toasts and sentiments. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1962. [An "offset copy

of the limited letterpress edition handset and printed in 1962 by Miles Payne at the Light Year Press, San Francisco".  40 pp.  paperback; cover illus., "The Mouse's Tail". [Only a few songs, from the "1827" edition.]

 

The Merry Muses.  1827 [falsely dated; probably 1872].  127 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

       See also Forbidden Fruit.

 

Messer, Don.  Way Down East Fiddlin' Tunes.  Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1948.  32 pp. 

 

Michael, Charles D.  John Gibson Paton, D.D., the Missionary Hero of the New Hebrides.  Kilmarnock,:John Ritchie, n.d.  160 pp.

 

Miller, Frank, ed.  See The Mansfield Manuscript.

 

Miller, Helen Hill.  The Realms of Arthur.  NY: Scibners, 1969.  235 pp.

 

Miller, Hugh.  Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland; or, the Traditional History of

Cromarty.  London: Johnstone & Hunter, MDCCCL.  xiv, 482 pp.

 

Miller, Karl, ed.  Memoirs of a Modern Scotland.  London: Faber & Faber, 1970.  206 pp.

 

Milligan, Jean C.  101 Scottish Country Dances, including 23 hitherto unpublished.  Glasgow-London: Collins, 1956 [repr. 1957].  159 pp.

 

Milne, John.  Selections from the songs and poems of the late John Milne, of Glenlivat.  Aberdeen: Free Press, 1871. xx, 144 pp.

 

Mitchell,  .  The Highland Fair. 1731.  [Xerox]

 

Moffat, Alfred.  Fifty Traditional Scottish Nursery Rhymes; being a collection of fifty Scottish nursery rhymes, ballads and songs with their traditional tunes, collected, edited and arranged for voice & piano. London: Augener, [1933]. 32 pp.  Each rhyme is given with its tune, some from an old MS. (and some seemingly unique).

 

-----.    The Minstrelsy of Ireland.  206 Irish Songs adapted to their traditional airs.... 4th (enlarged) ed.  London: Augener, n.d.  xiv, 355 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Highlands.  A Collection of Highland Melodies, with Gaelic and English Words.  London-Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.  135 pp.

 

-----.  75 British Nursery Rhymes  (and a Collection of Old Jingles).  Ed. Frank Kidson. 

London: Augener, n.d.  [Dec. 1904].  65 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Monteath, John, ed.  Dunblane Traditions; being a series of warlike and legendary narratives, biographical sketches of eccentric characters, &c.  Compiled from anecdotes gleaned from the tales of old people in Dunblane and vicinity.  To which is added an appendix of original songs and poems.  Stirling: E. Johnstone, 1835.  99 pp. illus.

 

Montgomerie, Alexander.  The Cherrie and the Slae.  Ed. by H. Harvey Wood.  London: Faber [and Edin.: Porpoise Press], 1937.  107 pp.  [Additional poems: "So suete a kis", and "Ane anser to ane helandmanis invectiue".]

 

Montgomerie, Norah & William.  Sandy Candy and other Scottish Nursery Rhymes

London, Hogarth P., 1948.  191 pp.

 

-----.  Scottish Nursery Rhymes.  London: Hogarth P., 1946.  151 pp.

 

Montgomerie, William.  "Folk Poetry and Robert Burns".  Burns Chronicle 1950, 21-29.

 

Morgan, Harry.  More Rugby Songs.  London: Sphere, (1968), 1973.  158 pp.

 

-----.  Why Was He Born So Beautiful and Other Rugby Songs. With a preface by Michael

Green.  London: Sphere, (1967) 1976.  187 pp.

 

Morris, G. S.  Kerr's "Buchan" Bothy Ballads.  Book One. Glasgow: J.  S.  Kerr, [cop. 1956].  40 pp.

 

Morton, H. V.  In Search of Scotland.  12th ed.  London: Methuen, 1931.  288 pp. + pub. list.

Mother Goose's Melody see Baring-Gould; Whitmore.

 

Motherwell, William.  Minstrelsy: Ancient and Modern, with an Historical Introduction and Notes.  Glasgow: John Wylie, MDCCCXXVII.  cv, xxiv, [1 errata leaf], 390 pp.  (5  unnumbered leaves of music misbound [in reverse order] between pp. xiv and [xv] in the 2nd section.  The notes on the music start p. [xv].)

 

Muir, Willa.  Living With Ballads.  N.Y.: O.U.P., 1965.  260 pp.

 

Munro, Michael.  The Patter.  A guide to current Glasgow usage.  Glasgow District Libraries, 1985.  84 pp.

 

Munro, Neil.  Para Handy and Other Tales, by Hugh Foulis (N.M.).  Edinburgh-London: Blackwood, 1933.xii, 690 pp.

 

Murdoch, Alexander G.  The Scottish Poets Recent and Living. Glasgow: Thomas D. Murison, 1883. [Rev. ed.; 1st pub. 1881.]  432 pp. + advts.  Illus. [Much of this appeared "in the newspaper press during the year 1880.  These Sketches, with emendations and additions, were issued in book form early in the following year."]

 

Murphy, James.  Murphy's Sealers' Song Book.  St. John's: Murphy, 1905.  28 pp. 

   [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Old Songs of Newfoundland.  St. John's: Murphy, [January] 1912.  11 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Songs and Ballads of Newfoundland, Ancient and Modern.  St. John's: Author, 1902. 

   90 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

-----.  Songs Their Fathers Sung.  For Fishermen; Old Time Ditties.  St. John's: Jas. Murphy,

   1923.  17 pp. + ads. [Photocopy.]

 

Murray, Margaret Alice.  The Divine King in England.  A Study in Anthropology.  London:

Faber, 1954.  279 pp.

 

-----.  The God of the Witches.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday (Anchor Books), 1960.  xii, 222

pp.

 

-----.  The Witch-Cult in Western Europe.  Oxford: Clarendon P., 1963 [first pub. 1921].  303

pp.

 

Murray, Charles.  Hamewith and other Poems.  London: Constable, 1955.  viii, 180 pp.  [The sequences "Hamewith", "A Sough o' War", and "In the Country Places".]

 

Murray, James A. H.  The Dialect of the Southern Counties of Scotland: its pronunciation, Grammar, and Historical Relations.  With an Appendix on the Present Limits of the Gaelic and Lowland Scotch, and the Dialectical Divisions of the Lowland Tongue.  London: Philological Soc., 1873.  251 pp.  [Photocopy.]

 

Nairne, Caroline, Baroness.  Lays of Strathearn.  New ed., ... the symphonies and accompaniments by Finlay Dun.  Edin. [etc.]: Patersons, n.d.  104 pp.

 

Neilson, George (1858-1923).  'Huchown of the Awle Ryale' the Alliterative Poet: A Historical Criticism of Fourteenth Century Poems ascribed to Sir Hew of Eglintoun. Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1902.  xiii, [3], 148, [1] pp. 300 copies printed.

 

Nettl, Bruno.  An Introduction to Folk Music in the United States.  Rev. ed.  Detroit: Wayne

State U. P., 1962.   vii, 126 pp.

 

Neuburg, Victor E.  The Penny Histories.  A study of chapbooks for young readers over two

centuries.  Illustrated with facsimiles of seven chapbooks.  NY: Harcourt, Brace & World,

1969.  [Cop. Oxford U.P., 1968.]  227 pp.

 

New Saltire. (Edinburgh) No. 8 June 1963.

 

New Treasury of Irish Songs and Ballads.  Dublin: Walton's Musical Instrument Galleries, 1966-

8.  2 parts.

 

Newall, Venetia.  "Easter Eggs".  JAF  LXXX (1967), 3-32.

 

Newell, William Wells.  Games and Songs of American Children.  New intro. & index by Carl

Withers.  NY: Dover, 1963  [repr. of 2nd ed., Harper, 1883].  xxvii, 289 pp.

 

Nicht at Eenie: the Bairns' Parnassus.  With wood-engravings by Iain MacNab. [Warlingham]: Samson Press, 1932. [Limited ed. of 170 copies.] [Repr.: Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, 1974.] [Photocopy.] At the end the anon. compiler names Dr. A.A.W. Ramsay as the main contributor.  Some music.  37 pp.  72 items. The vast majority of the contents are in Montgomerie, SNR and SC.

 

Nowell, Charles E.  "The Historical Prester John".  Speculum XXVIII, 3 (July 1953), 435-45.

 

Noyes, Robert Gale & Lamson, Roy.  "Broadside-Ballad Versions of the Songs in

Restoration Drama".  Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature XIX (1937),

199-218.

 

Oakes-Jones, Capt. H.  "The Old March of the English Army".  Journal of  the Soc. for Army

Historical Research (London) VI (Jan. 1927), pp. 5-8.  [On "The British Grenadiers".]

 

Oakley, C. A.  The Second City.  London-Glasgow: Blackie, 1946.  x, 349 pp. [On Glasgow.]

 

O'Faolain, Eileen.  Irish Sagas and Folk-Tales.  London: O.U.P., 1954.  ix, 245 pp.

 

Oinas, Felix J., ed.  Heroic Epic and Saga.  An Introduction to the World's Great Folk Epics. 

Bloomington-London: Indiana U. P., 1978.  viii, 373 pp.

 

-----.  "St. George as Forest Spirit".  Int. J. of Slavic Ling. & Poetics XXV-XXVI (1982),

313-7.

 

----- & Soudakoff, Stephen, eds.  The Study of Russian Folklore.  The Hague-Paris:

Mouton, 1975.  x, 341 pp.

 

O'Keeffe, Daniel D.  The First Book of Irish Ballads.  Cork: Mercier P., 1963 [1st ed. 1955.] 

128 pp.  No music.   Cf. Healy, Jolliffe.

 

Oldenbourg, Serge d'.  "Le conte dit populaire: problömes et m╗thodes".  Revue des ╗tudes  

slaves IX fasc. 3-4 (1929), 221--236.

 

O Lochlainn, Colm.  Irish Street Ballads.  Dublin: The Sign of the Three Candles, 1939. [1st

ed.]  xvi, 235 pp.

 

-----.  More Irish Street Ballads.  Dublin: Three Candles, 1968 [1st ed. 1965].  xvi, 270 pp.

 

Olrik, Axel.  "Epic Laws of Folk Narrative".  [English tr.; originally appeared as "Epische 

Gesetze der Volksdichtung" in Zeitschrift für Deutsches Altertum, 51 (1909), 1-12.]

 

O'Neill, Capt. Francis.  Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody.   Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1922. 

xi, 169 pp.  [Photocopy.]

See also Krassen.

 

Opie, Iona & Peter.  The Classic Fairy Tales.  London: O.U.P., 1974.  255 pp.

 

-----.  The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren.  London: O.U.P., 1976 [1st ed. 1959].  xviii,

417 pp.

 

-----.  The Oxford Dictionary of  Nursery Rhymes.  Oxford: Clarendon P., 1966 [1st ed. 1951]. 

xxvii, 467 pp.

2nd ed.: 1997.  xxix, 559 pp.

 

O'Rafferty, Peadar.  The Irish Folk Dance Book. [Two books].  Pocket ed., instructions only. 

[London:] Paterson, n.d.

 

Ord, John.  The Bothy Songs & Ballads of Aberdeen, Banff & Moray, Angus and the Mearns.  Paisley: Gardner, 1930. xvi, 493 pp.  Some music.

 

Ossian see Davies, Macpherson

 

O'Sullivan, Donal.  Songs of the Irish.  An Anthology of Irish Folk Music and Poetry with

English Verse Translations.  Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1960 [repr. 1967].  [vii], 199 pp.

 

O'Sullivan, Sean, ed. & tr.  Folktales of Ireland.  Foreword by Richard M. Dorson.  Chicago-

London: U. of Chi. P., 1966.  xliii, 321 pp.

 

Oswald, James.  A Curious Collection of Scots Tunes for a Violin, Bass Viol or German Flute: With a thorough Bass for the Harpsichord.  As also a Sonata of Scots Tunes in three Parts, and some Masons Songs, with the Words, for three Voices.  To which is added, a Number of the most celebrated Scots Tunes, set for a Violin or German Flute.  By James Oswald Musician in Edinr.  Edinburgh: 1739/40.  Oblong folio; 42 pp. music.  [Reissued by John Simpson in London 1742, and another ed. in 1790.]  [Photocopy.]

 

Oxford Dictionary of English Proverbs.  3rd ed, rev. by F. P. Wilson.  Oxford: Clarendon P.,

(1970) 1975.  xix, 930 pp.

 

Pagan, Isabel.  A Collection of Songs and Poems on Several Occasions.... Glasgow: Niven, Napier & Khull, 1803.  76 pp.  [Photocopy, from B.M.]

 

Page, Marion Taylor.  "Child Ballads From Montgomery County".  Tennessee Folklore Soc.

Bulletin XXXVI.1 (March 1971), 9-14.

 

-----.  "Frog Went A-Courtin': A Version from Marshall County".  Mississippi Folklore

Register IV, 1 (Spring 1970), 22-23.

 

Parker, Harbison.  "The Scobs was in her Lovely Mouth".  JAF LXXI (1958), 532-540.

 

Parks, Stephen.  "Justice to William Creech".  Bibliog. Soc. of America Papers, LX (1966), 453-64.

 

Parsons, Coleman O.  Witchcraft and Demonology in Scott's Fiction.  With chapters on the Supernatural in Scottish Literature.  Edin.-London: Oliver & Boyd, 1964.  x, 363 pp.

 

Patie and Peggy: or, The Fair Foundling.  A Scotch Ballad Opera.  As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, By His Majesty's Servants.... With the Musick prefix'd to each Song.  London: J. Watts, MDCCXXXI. [Photocopy of music pp.]

 

Patriot Songs for Camp and Ceilidh.  Bo'ness: Bo'ness Rebels Literary Society, n.d. [c. 1952?].  32 pp.  [Sequel to their Rebels' Ceilidh Song Book.]

 

Paul, William.  Past and Present of Aberdeenshire, or Reminiscences of seventy years.  [2nd ed.] Aberdeen: Lewis Smith, 1881.  [1st ed. in same year.]

 

Payne, L. W. "Some Texas Versions of 'The Frog's Courting': the Way of the Folk With a

Song".  Texas Folklore Soc. Publications (Austin), V (1926), 5-48.

 

Peacock, John Macleay.  Poems and Songs.  Hamilton: Jas. McDonald, MDCCCLXIV.  xv, 184 pp.

 

Peacock, Kenneth.  Songs of the Newfoundland Outports.  3 vols.  Ottawa: Nat. Mus. of

Canada, 1965.  xxv, 1035 pp.

 

Pearsall, Ronald.  Victorian Popular Music.  Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1973.  240

pp.

 

Pegg, Bob.  Folk: A Portrait of English Traditional Music, Musicians and Customs.  London:

Wildwood House, 1976.  128 pp.

 

Petrie, George.  The Petrie Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland.  Dublin: Univ. P. for

the Soc. for the Preservation and Publication of the Melodies of Ireland, 1855. 2 vols.  [Repub.

Farnborough: Gregg P., 1967.]  [Photocopy.]

 

People's Journal (Dundee).  Folk Song Supplement, no. 2.  18  Feb. 1967.  8 pp. [Photocopy]

 

Percy, Thomas.  Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs,

and other pieces of our earlier poets, together with some few of later date.  Ed. by Henry B.

Wheatley.  3 vols.  NY: Dover, 1966.  Repr. of the 1886 ed.

 

Phythian-Adams, Charles.  Local History and Folklore: A new framework.  London:

Bedford Sq. P. [for the Standing Conference for Local History], 1975.  37 pp. 

 

Pinto, V. de Sola & Rodway, A. E.  The Common Muse.  Popular British Ballad Poetry

from the 15th to the 20th century.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965. [1st ed. Chatto & Windus,    

1957.]  639 pp.

 

Piping Times.  Various dates.

 

Playford,     Original Scots Tunes. 1700. [Photocopy]

 

Polwarth, Gwen Marchant.  Folk Songs of Northumberland.  2nd ed.  Newcastle upon Tyne:

Oriel P. [for the U. of NuT Adult Educ. Dept.], 1967.  47 pp.

 

Powrie, Ian.  Selection of Scottish Country Dance Tunes. Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d.  9 pp.

 

Prebble, John.  Culloden.  London: Penguin, 1967. 360 pp.

 

██. The Lion in the North.  A personal view of Scotland's history.  Harmondsworth [etc.]: Penguin, 1973 [cop. 1971].  344 pp.

 

Preetorius, Johanna.  Das Spielbuch.  Zusammengestellt und mit Bildern versehen.  Berlin-Darmstadt-Wien: Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, 1953.  288 pp.  Some music.

 

Pryde, George S.  Central and Local Government in Scotland since 1707.  London: Historical Association, 1960.  26 pp.

 

Purslow, Frank.  The Constant Lovers.  More English Folk Songs from the Hammond &

Gardiner MSS.  London: EFDS Pub., 1972.  iv, 149 pp.

 

-----.  Marrow Bones.  English Folk Songs from the Hammond and Gardiner MSS.  London:

EFDS Pub., 1965.  iv, 120 pp.

 

Quayle, Eric.  The Ruin of Sir Walter Scott.  N.Y.: Clarkson Potter/Crown Publishers, 1969.  290 pp.

 

Ramsay, A.A.W. see Nicht at Eenie

 

Ramsay, Allan.  The Gentle Shepherd: A Scots Pastoral Comedy. London: John Donaldson, MDCCLXXV.  [Photocopy of music]

 

-----. see also Cunningham & Mackay

 

Ramsay, E. B., Dean of Edinburgh.  Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character.  10th ed.  Edin.: Edmonston & Douglas, 1864.  ix, 272 pp.

 

Randall, Eric Lemuel see The Merry Muses

 

Randolph, Vance.  Pissing in the Snow and other Ozark Folktales.  Urbana [etc.], U. of Ill.

P., 1977 [1st printing 1976].  xxxiii, 153 pp.

 

-----.  Roll Me in your Arms.  "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore, Vol. I: Folksongs and Music.  Ed. with an intro. by G. Legman.  Fayetteville: U. of Ark. P., 1992.  ix, 582 pp. [Vol. II, Blow the Candle Out, containing "Folk Rhymes and Other Lore", pages continuously to 972, including a full bibliography.]

 

Rebels' Ceilidh Song Book, The.  Bo'ness: Bo'ness Rebels Literary Society, [c. 1951].  32 pp.

 

-----.   No. 2.  Bo'ness: Bo'ness Rebels Literary Society, [1965].  34 pp. + ads.

 

Reeves, James.  The Everlasting Circle.  English Traditional Verse from the MSS. of S.

Baring-Gould, H. E. D. Hammond & George B. Gardiner.  London: Heinemann, 1960.  xv,  

303 pp.

 

-----.  The Idiom of the People.  English Traditional Verse from the MSS. of Cecil Sharp. 

London: Heinemann, 1958. xii, 244 pp.

 

Reid,  John.  Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica; or, an account of all the books which have been printed in the Gaelic language.  With bibliographical and biographical notices.  Glasgow: 1832.   [Repr. Naarden: Van Berkhoven, 1968.]  lxxii, 178 pp.

 

Reid, W. Stanford.  Skipper from Leith: The History of Robert Barton of Over Barnton.  Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1962.  334 pp.

 

Rennie, James Alan.  In the Steps of the Clansmen.  Foreword by Flora Mrs. MacLeod of MacLeod.  London [etc.]: Rich & Cowan, 1951. 353 pp.

 

Reuss, Richard A.  An Annotated Field Collection of Songs from the American College Student Oral Tradition.  M.A. Thesis, Indian U., 1965.  355 pp.  [Photocopy of typescript.]

 

[Riddell, James]  Aberdeen and its Folk, from the 20th to the 50th year of the present century.  By a Son of Bon-Accord in North America.  Montreal: Dawson Brothers/ Toronto: James Campbell and Son, 1868.  136 pp. [Partial photocopy.]

 

Ritson, Joseph.  Scotish Songs. 1869.

 

Robbins, Rossell Hope.  The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology.  NY: Crown,

1959.  571 pp.

 

Roberton, Hugh S.  "Curdies": a Glasgow sketch book.  London-Glasgow: Grants, n.d.  130 pp.

 

-----.  Songs of the Isles. A Collection of Island and Highland Tunes from various sources set to English (or to Anglo-Scottish) words and arranged by H.S.R. London: Curwen/N.Y.: Schirmer, [1950]  [Curwen ed. 6375.].

 

[Robertson, David]  Whistle-Binkie; a Collection of Songs for the Social Circle.  Glasgow: Robertson, 1890.  2 vols. [Originally published 1832-1847.  Foreword dated 1853.]

 

[Robertson, J. Logie] "Haliburton, Hugh".  Horace in Homespun.  A Series of Scottish Pastorals, by Hugh Haliburton, Shepherd of the Ochils.  With preface, notes, and glossary by J. Logie Robertson.  Edin.: Wm Paterson, 1886.  xi, 100 pp.  [Renderings of various poems by Horace into Scots; e.g.  Car. I.9, Vides ut alta, becomes "Hughie's Winter excuse for a dram."]

 

Robertson, James Stewart see Stewart-Robertson, James

 

Rodger, Jean C.  Lang Strang.  1948.  48 pp.

 

Rogers, Charles.  The Modern Scottish Minstrel. [1856.] (Preface dated 1870.)

 

Rogers, Peter.  Country Dance Index.  An Index to Sources of English and American Country

Dances.  3rd ed.  N.Y.: Country Dance and Song Soc. of America, 1986.  xx, 151 pp.

 

Rollins, Hyder E.  "An Analytical Index to the Ballad-Entries in the Registers of the Company

of Stationers of London".  Studies in Philology XXI.1 (January, 1924), 1-324.

 

-----.  "The Black-Letter Broadside Ballad".  PMLA XXXIV (1929), 258-339.

 

-----.  "Notes on the 'Shirburn Ballads'".  JAF XXX no. cxvii (July-Sep. 1917), 370-377.

 

Rooth, Anna Birgitta.  "Scholarly Tradition in Folktale Research".  Fabula I (1958), 193-200.

 

Ross, J.  The Book of Scottish Poems, Ancient and Modern. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Publishing Co., 1884. viii, 760 pp.  The early poems are mostly modernised.

   

Ross, John D.  Celebrated Songs of Scotland, from King James V. to Henry Scott Riddell.  Ed. with Memoirs and Notes. N.Y.: William, 1887.  397 pp. (No music.)

 

-----.  Scottish Poets in America, with Biographical and Critical Notices.  New York: Pagan & Ross, 1889.  218 pp.

 

Ross, Peter see The Songs of Scotland Chronologically Arranged & The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland.

 

Rothes.  The Charter of the Earl of Rothes to the inhabitants of Leslie, 1627.  Kirkcaldy: Advertiser & Mail, 1886. 8 pp.  [Bound with issues of The Leslie News (Nos. 1-6,  Sep. 1886-Jan. 1887).]

 

Royal Scotttish Country Dance Society.  The Scottish Country Dance Book.  2 bound vols., of nos. 1-6, 7-12.  [1924-38]

 

Rutherford, Frank.  "The Collecting and Publishing of Northumbrian Folk-Song". 

Archaeologia Aeliana (Soc. of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne) 4th ser., XLII (1964),

261-278.

 

Saltire Society.  Saltire Review.  V.15 (Summer 1958). See also New Saltire.

 

Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence Display'd.  Or, the Folly of their Teaching Discover'd, from their Books, Sermons, Prayers, &c., with considerable additions, taken from scarce and valuable MSS. &c.  London: MDCCXC.  155 pp.

 

-----.  [Another ed.] Scotch Presbyterian Eloquence Display'd: or, the Folly of their Teaching Discover'd, from the Books, Sermons, and Prayers: And some Remarks on Mr. Rule's late Vindication of the Kirk, Interspers'd with Some genuine Adventures, in Love, &c. [Statement to     Purchaser, device, and long imprint, dated] 1738.  vi, [3], 10-126 pp.  [A reprint of the 1738 ed., c. 1880.]

 

Scots Guards Standard Settings of pipe tunes, 1954.

 

Scots Magazine. [Various issues, e.g. June-Sep 1963 (LXXIX, 3-6).]

 

Scots Musical Museum see Johnson, James

 

Scots Verse.  London: Coptic Press, 1965.  13 pp.

 

Scott, Alexander.  Cantrips.  Preston: Akros Publications, 1968.  61 pp.  [Poems.] [First ed., limited to 500 copies.]

 

-----. Still Life.  London-Edin.: Chambers, 1958.  [Biog. of William Soutar, 1898-1943).]  218 pp.

 

Scott, Bob.  Bob Scott's Canadian Fiddle Tunes.  Toronto: Berandol Music, 1969 [orig. cop.

1955].  26 pp. [Photocopy.]

 

Scott, David, ed.  Grass of Parnassus from the Bents o' Buchan.  Peterhead: David Scott, 1887.  x, 96 pp.

 

Scott, Tom.  The Penguin Book of Scottish Verse. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.

 

Scott, Sir Walter.  The Journal of Sir Walter Scott.  From the original manuscript at Abbotsford. N.Y.: Burt Franklin, 1970.  2 vols.  [Repr. of 1890 ed.]

 

-----.  Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft.  New intro. & notes by R. L. Brown.  NY: Citadel, 1970.  xxi, 320, viii pp. .  [Repr. of the ed. pub. London: Routledge, 1884, with intro. (pp. 5-8) by Henry Morley.] [Text first pub. 1830.]

 

-----.  The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border. 4 vols. in 2.  Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, MDCCCLXXIII.  [Repr. of 1833 ed.]

 

-----.  The Poetical Works.  Ed., with a critical memoir, by W. M. Rossetti.  London: Moxon, n.d. [c. 1860?]

 

-----.  The Romantic Poems. London [etc.]: Nelson, 1905.  xxv, 933 pp.

 

Scottish Genealogist, The.  V.3 (July 1958).

 

Scottish Music & Drama. No, 6, 1951.  An annual review published during the Edinburgh Festival.

 

Scottish National Dictionary, The.  10 vols.

 

Scottish Notes and Queries. Three bound vols. comprising: I (June 1887-May 1888, II (June 1888-May 1889), III (June 1889-May 1890); IV (June 1890-May 1891), V (June 1891- May 1892), VI (June 1892-May 1893); VII (June 1893-May 1894), VIII (June 1894-May 1895).  Pub. Aberdeen: Wyllie.

 

Scottish Song Book, The.  For Mezzo-soprano.  A collection of the favourite songs and ballads of the North.  London/Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.  xii, 115 pp.  Notes [& most of the arrangements] by Alfred Moffat.

 

Scottish Tradition. I.1 (Summer 1971),  I.2 (Winter 1971), II.2 (Fall 1972), III.1 (Spring 1973), VI (1976). Pub. by the Conference on Scottish Studies.

 

Seymour, St. John D.  Irish Witchcraft and Demonology.  NY: Causeway Books, 1973.  vii,

256 pp.

 

Shand, Annie.  Old Scottish Music. 1932.

 

Shand, Jimmy.  The Jimmy Shand Book of Waltzes.  Book 3. Glasgow: Mozart Allan, [cop. 1958].  24 pp.

 

-----.  Scottish Dance Album.  Book 2.  Glasgow: J. S. Kerr, 1953. [Page 1: "Copyright 1954"]  18 pp.

 

Sharp, Cecil J., ed.  English County Folk Songs.  London:  Novello, 1961. [Original  ed., 5

vols., 1908-1912.] [6], 233, [1] pp.

 

-----.  & WILLIAMS, R. Vaughan.  A Selection of Collected Folk-Songs.  Vol. I. 

London: Novello, n.d.  [Copyrights 1908-13.]  85 pp.

 

Sharp, Sir Cuthbert.  The Bishoprick Garland, or a Collection  of Legends, Songs, Ballads,

&c. belonging to the County of Durham.  [Repr. of orig. ed. of London, 1834.]  Newcastle

Upon Tyne: Frank Graham, 1969.  [Unpaged; 88 pp.]  [Photocopy.]

 

Sharp, E. A. & Matthay, J.  Lyra Celtica.  An anthology of representative Celtic poetry.  With intro. & notes by Wm. Sharp.  Ancient Irish, Alban, Gaelic, Breton, Cymric, and modern Scottish and Irish Celtic poetry. 2nd ed., repr.  Edin.: Grant, 1932.  li, 450 pp.

 

Sharpe, Charles Kirkpatrick.  A Ballad Book. M.DCCC.XXIII. Reprinted with notes and ballads from the unpublished MSS. of CKS and Sir Walter Scott.  Ed. David Laing.  Edin.-London: Blackwood, 1880.  xxiii, vii, 183 pp.  [Photocopy.] See also Stevenson.

 

Shaw, Margaret Fay.  Folksongs and Folklore of South Uist.  2nd ed.  Edinburgh: Birlinn, 1999. xiv, 306 pp.  music, plates, maps.

 

Sidlaw Collection of Original Fiddle & Accordion Compositions, The.  42 tunes by 20 of Scotland's leading players & composers.  Muirhead-Forfar: Sidlaw Music, [1984].  37 pp. [Photocopy.]

 

Silverman, Jerry.  The Dirty Song Book.  N.Y.: Stein & Day, [1982], 1985.  ix, 174 pp.

 

Simpson, Claude M.  The British Broadside Ballad and its Music.  New Brunswick, NJ:

Rutgers U. P., 1966.  xxxiii, 919 pp.

 

Sinclair, Rev. A. Maclean.  Clarsach na Coille: a Collection of Gaelic Poetry.  Glasgow: Archibald Sinclair/R. McGregor, 1881.  xxvi, 345 pp.

 

Skelton, John.  A Ballade of the Scottysshe Kynge.  Written by J.S., Poet Laureate to King Henry the Eighth. Reproduced in facsimile with an historical and bibliographical introduction by John Ashton.  London: Elliot Stock, 1882.  [At head of t.p.: "The Earliest known Printed English Ballad."]  96 pp.  [Reputedly only 20 copies printed.]

 

Skene MS. see Dauney.

 

Skinner, James Scott.  My Life and Adventures.  Aberdeen:  City of Aberdeen/Wallace Music, 1994.  viii, 128 pp.  [First appeared as articles in The People's Journal, 1923.]

 

-----.  The Scottish Violinist.  Consisting of Strathspeys, Reels, Pibrochs, Marches, Hornpipes, Pastoral Airs, Violin Solos, Slow Airs, etc., etc., as composed and arr. by J.S.S.  Glasgow-London: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.  49 pp.  [Also an older (partial) copy.]

 

Smith, John.  Galic Antiquities: consisting of A History of the Druids, particularly of those of Caledonia; a Dissertation on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian; and a Collection of Ancient Poems, Translated from the Galic of Ullin, Ossian, Orran, &c.  Edinburgh: Printed for T. Cadell, London; and C. Elliot, Edinburgh. MDCCLXXX.  viii, 352 pp. 

 

Smith, R. A.  The Sacred Harmony of the Church of Scotland, in Four Vocal Parts, Adapted to the Version of the Psalms, Paraphrases, Hymns &c. used in the Presbyterian Churches, to which is prefixed a concise Explanation of the Musical Characters used in the work.  Edin.: Alex.      Robertson, n.d.  [t.p. + 31 unnumbered leaves.] [Either 1825 or 1828.  See Baptie, 174.]

 

Smith, Robert.  Poems of Controversy betwixt Episcopacy and Presbytery: also several poems and merry songs on other subjects.  With some funeral elegies on various noblemen and gentlemen.  By Robert Smith, School-Master at Glenshee, Perthshire.  Edinburgh: Reprinted from the Original Edition of 1714.  M.DCCC.LXIX. [Privately printed for "T.G.S." (i.e. Thomas George Stevenson), in only 70 copies.  vii, 120 pp. + index.]

 

Son of Bon-Accord, A see Riddell, James

 

The Songs of Scotland. Vol. I [II]: a collection of one hundred and ninety songs.  The music ed. by J. Pittman and Colin Brown, the poetry ed. (with notes) by Dr. Charles Mackay ... London: Boosey & Co., [c.1877]. [Vol. II  (143 songs) is ed. by Myles B. Foster.]  Front cover: "Royal Edition". [Another copy of vol. I, "New and Enlarged Edition" [preface dated 1877]

 

The Songs of Scotland Chronologically Arranged, with introduction and notes.  2nd ed.  London: Cassell [etc.], n.d. [1870].  xlviii, 583 pp.  [Ed. by Peter Ross, LL.D.]

 

Spaeth, Sigmund.  Read 'Em and Weep.  N.Y:, Arco, 1945 [rev. ed.].  viii, 248 pp. + plates.

Subtitle: "A Treasury of American Songs █ the Songs You Forgot to Remember █ Some Sad, 

More Merry, Some Sentimental; With a Wealth of Amiable Anecdote, Comment and 

Fascinating Folk-lore █ A Flavorful Feast of Melodious Music".

An excellent collection marred by paucity of dates and other info.

 

Sparling, H. Halliday.  Irish Minstrelsy.  A Selection of Irish Songs and Ballads; original and

translated.  3rd ed., rev.  London: Walter Scott, n.d.  xviii, 372 pp.   [Photocopy.]

 

Speaight, George.  Bawdy Songs of the Early Music Hall.  Newton Abbot [etc.]: David &

Charles, 1975.  96 pp.

 

Spence, Charles.  From the Braes of the Carse: Poems and Songs by the late C.S.  Ed. by James M. Strachan. Perth: J. Young & Sons, 1899.  xii, 179 pp + advts.  Port., illus. [On cover: "Local Edition".]  [C.S. lived 1779-1869.]

 

Spence, Lewis.  Myth and Ritual in Dance, Game, and Rhyme.  London: Watts, 1947.  x, 202

pp.

 

-----.  The Outlines of Mythology.  London: Watts (Thinker's Library), 1944.  vii, 118 pp.

 

-----.  Second Sight: Its History and Origins.  London [etc.]: Rider, 1951. xiii, [1], 15-190

 

Spielman, Earl V.  "The Fiddling Traditions of Cape Breton and Texas: a Study in Parallels and

Contrasts".  Yearbook for Inter-American Musical Research 8 (1972), 29-48.

 

Squire, Charles.  The Mythology of Ancient Britain and Ireland.  London: Constable, 1906.  80

pp.

 

Steenstrup, Johannes C. H. R.  The Medieval Popular Ballad.  Tr. [from the Danish] with

an intro. by Edward G. Cox.  Foreword by David C. Fowler, bibliographical essay by Karl-Ivar

Hildeman.  Seattle-London: U. of Washington P., 1968.  [Orig. ed. Boston: Ginn, 1914.]  xxix,

269 pp.

 

Stenhouse, William.  Illustrations (1853) see Johnson.

 

Stevenson, Thomas George, ed.  Four Books of Choice Old Scottish Ballads, M.MCCC.XXIII█

M.DCCCXLIV.  Edinburgh: Printed for Private Circulation, M.DCCC.LXVIII.  Variously paged: xxiv [preface], vii, 124 [C. K. Sharpe, A Ballad Book, 1823], iii, 57 [Maidment, A North Countrie Garland, 1824], ix, 88 [G. R. Kinloch, The Ballad Book, 1827], iii, 78 pp. [Maidment, A New Book of Old Ballads, 1844]. 

See also Maidment, for Goldsmid ed. of the 1824 volume.

 

Stevenson, Yvonne Helen.  Burns and his Bonnie Jean.  Sidney (B.C.): Gray's Publishing, [1967].   xi, 113 pp.

 

Stewart-Robertson, James.  The Athole Collection of the Dance Music of Scotland.  [2 vols., folio, 1884.] Edin.-London: Oliver & Boyd, 1961. (With intro. by Francis Collinson.) vi, [i], 318 pp.

 

Still, Peter.  The Cottar's Sunday, and Other Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect.  Aberdeen: G. & R. King [etc.], 1845.  viii, 200 pp.  [See Bards of Bon-Accord, 481.]

 

Stoddart, Thomas Tod.  An Angler's Rambles and Angling Songs. Edinburgh: Edmondston and Douglas, 1866.  xiii, 410 pp.

 

"Street Ballads of the War."  Chambers's Journal V no. 24 (May 17, 1856). [Photocopy]

 

Stretto.  Journal of The Scottish Music Information Centre. Summer 1986.

 

Struthers, John.  The British Minstrel: a selection of ballads, ancient and modern: with

notes biographical and critical.  2 vols. [bound in one.]  Glasgow: Khull, Blackie [and

Edinburgh: Fullarton], 1821.

 

Studies in Scottish Literature.  Columbia, S.C.: U. of S.C. Press, July 1963-    . [Imprint varies.]  [Various issues]

 

Surenne, J. T.  The Dance Music of Scotland.  A Collection of all the best Reels and

Strathspeys both of the Highlands and Lowlands....  6th ed.  Edin.: Wood & Co., n.d.  158 pp. 

 

Sutherland, Rev. George.  Folk-Lore Gleanings and Character Sketches from the Far

North.  Wick: John o' Groat Journal, 1937.  182 pp.

 

Taft, Michael.  A Regional Discography of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1904-1972.  St.

John's: Memorial U. [MUNFLA], 1975.  xxx, 102 pp.

 

Tannahill, Robert.  The Works of R. T., with life of the author, and a Memoir of Robert A. Smith, the musical composer, by Philip A. Ramsay [1838].  London-Edinburgh: A. Fullarton, n.d. [1853].    [Bound with John Wilson's Clyde, a Descriptive Poem, with life of the author  by     John Leyden.]

 

Taylor, Archer.  "The Classics of Folklore".  Arv 20 (1964), 113-124; repr. in his collection

Comparative Studies in Folklore (Taipei: Orient Cultural Service, 1972), 9-20.   

 

-----.  "Problems in the Study of Proverbs".  JAF 47 (1934), 1-21; repr. Comp. Stud., 21-41.

 

-----.  "The Riddle".  Calif. Folklore Q., 2 (1943), 129-147; repr. Comp. Stud., 61-79.

 

Taylor, James.  The Pictorial History of Scotland, from the Roman Invasion to the Close of the Jacobite Rebellion. A.D. 79 █ 1746.  [Vol. I of two]  London, Virtue, n.d. [c. 1850?] [Vol. I takes the tale to 1566, the birth of James VI.]

 

Thomas, Gerald.  "McCaffery: A Soldier's Song of Protest".  Lore & Language I (1972),

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-----.  Songs Sung by French Newfoundlanders.  A Catalogue of the holdings of the Memorial

University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive.  St. John's, Memorial U., Dept.

of Folklore & Dept. of French & Spanish, 1978.  ix, 93 pp.

 

-----.  The Tall Tale and Philippe D'Alcripe.  An Analysis  of the Tall Tale Genre with

particular reference to Philippe d'Alcripe's La Nouvelle Fabrique des Excellents Traits de

V╗rit╗ together with an Annotated Translation of the Work.  St. John's: Memorial U. [Dept. of

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Thomas, Philip J.  Songs of the Pacific Northwest.  Saanichton: Hancock House, 1979.  169,

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Thompson, Stith.  The Folktale.  Berkeley [etc.]: U. of Cal. P., 1977. [Cop. 1946.]  x, 510 pp.

 

-----.  Motif-Index of Folk-Literature.  A Classification of Narrative Elements in Folktales,

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Thomson, George.  [Select Melodies] Thomson's Collection of the Songs of Burns, Sir Walter Scott Bart. and other eminent lyric poets ancient and modern united to the Select Melodies of Scotland, and of Ireland & Wales, with symphonies & accompaniments for the piano forte by     Pleyel, Haydn, Beethoven &c., the whole composed for and collected by George Thomson, F.A.S. Edinburgh, in six vols.  London-Edinburgh: n.d.  [Preface of vol. I dated 1822; imprints at ends of vols., 1828, 1831, 1822, [none], [none], 1824.]  The t.p. of vol. V reads: The Select Melodies of Scotland, Interspersed with those of Ireland and Wales, united to the songs of Robt. Burns, Sir Walter Scott Bart.  and other distinguished Poets; with Symphonies & accompaniments for the Piano Forte by Pleyel, Kozeluch, Haydn & Beethoven.  The whole Composed for and Collected by G.T....  in five volumes [corrected to "6"].  This particular edition is large octavo.  A folio ed. of vol. 4 [dated 1805] is bound with Urbani's collection, q.v.  As usual, these are signed by G.T. on the title page.

 

Thomson, James.  The Poetical Works ... comprising all his Pastoral, Dramatic, Lyrical, and Didactic Poems, and a few of his Juvenile Productions.  With a life of the author by the Rev. Patrick Murdoch ... and notes by Nichols.  2nd ed.  London: William Tegg, 1850. lxxii, 681 pp.  Front. (port.), plates. [After p. xii occur 2 leaves, sig. a*, numbered ix*- xii*.]

 

Thomson, William.  Orpheus Caledonius: A Collection of Scots Songs Set to Music.  2 vols.

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Thornton, Robert Donald.  James Currie, The Entire Stranger, and Robert Burns.  Edinburgh-London: Oliver & Boyd, 1963. xvi, 459 pp.

 

Thre Prestis of Peblis, The, how thai tald thar talis.  Ed. from the Asloan and Charteris texts by T. D. Robb. Edin.: Wm. Blackwood, 1920.  (Scottish Text Soc., N.S. #8).  xlv, 99 pp.

 

Three Nights in Perthshire, with a Description of the Festival of a "Scotch Hairst Kirn", comprising Legendary Ballads etc. in a Letter from Percy Yorke Jr. to J. Twiss Esq.  Glasgow, [Privately Printed], 1821. [Repr. with notes, 1887.] [Photocopy]  x, [11]-61 pp. [Evidently by Thomas Atkinson.].  [Also the reprint by Fergus Wood, Ledard, 1984.]

 

Thurston, Hugh A.  Scotland's Dances.  London: Bell, 1954. 160 pp.

 

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Tomlyn, Alfred.  Gem Selection [of] Scottish Songs.  Dundee [etc.]: Valentine, n.d. 112 pp.

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Tomson, Graham R.  Ballads of the North Countrie.  London: Walter Scott, 1888.  xxx, 442

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Turner, Judith.  "A Morphology of the 'True Love' Ballad".  JAF LXXXV (1972), 21-31.

 

Two Hundred and Twenty Popular Scottish Songs.  Words and Music, Tonic sol-fa notation.  Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d. [c. 1920?]  194 pp.

 

Tytler, William see James I

 

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Valentine, Easton S.  Forfarshire.  Cambridge: C.U.P., 1915. 160 pp.

 

Vargyas, Lajos.  Researches into the Mediaeval History of Folk Ballad.  Budapest: Akad.

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Vaughan Williams, R. & Lloyd, A. L.  The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs.  From

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Vinton, Iris.  The Folkways Omnibus of Children's Games.   Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole, 1970. 

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Walker, William.  The Bards of Bon-Accord, 1375-1860.  Aberdeen: Edmond & Spark, 1887.  x, 673 pp.

 

-----.  Peter Buchan and Other Papers on Scottish and English Ballads and

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Watson, Herbert.  A Rollick of Recorders or Other Instruments.  13 popular colonial tunes set

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Weiss, Harry B.  A Book About Chapbooks.  The People's Literature of Bygone Times. 

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Whistle-Binkie see Robertson, David

 

White, William E.  The Tin Whistle Tune Book.  38 tunes appropriate for tin whistle, fife, flute,

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White Heather Collection, The.  Book Two.  [Title continues:] of reels, polkas jigs & hornpipes, as featured, played & recorded by Jim MacLeod.  Glasgow: Scotia Music, cop. 1963.  19 pp.

 

 

Whitelaw, Alexander.  The Book of Scottish Song. [1844]. London-Glasgow-Edinburgh: Blackie, 1875.  lvi, 609 pp.

 

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Whitfield, Irène Thérèse.  Acadian Folk Songs.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana U. P., 1955.  58 pp.  Music.

 

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Wilgus, D. K.  Anglo-American Folksong Scholarship since 1898.  New Brunswick, N.J.:

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-----.  "Fiddler's Farewell: The Legend of the Hanged Fiddler".  Studia Musicologica (Magyar

Tudomanyos Akad., Budapest) VII (1965), 195-209.

 

Wilkie, James.  Bygone Fife, from Culross to St Andrews. Traditions, Legends, Folklore and Local History of "The Kingdom".  Edin.-London: Blackwood, 1931.  393 pp.

 

Williams, D. Jeffrey.  Druidic Teachings.  London: Theosophical Pub. Ho., 1934.  16 pp.

 

Williams, W. S. Gwynn.  20 Alaw Gymreig / Welsh Melodies.  A collection of Characteristic

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Williamson, Hugh Ross.  The Arrow and the Sword.  An Essay in Detection.  2nd ed. 

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Wilson, James Grant.  The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: from the earliest to the present time....  London [etc.]: Blackie, 1876.  xiv, [2], 559 pp.

 

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Winstock, Lewis.  Songs & Music of the Redcoats: A History of the War Music of the British

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Wintemberg, W. J.  "Folk-Lore Collected in Ontario". JAF 31, no. 120 (Ap-June 1918), 125

ff., as under:

   "Folk-Lore Collected in Toronto and Vicinity": pp. 125-134.

   "Folk-Lore Collected in the Counties of Oxford and Waterloo, Ontario": pp. 135-153.

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Witt, Hugh de.  Bawdy Barrack-Room Ballads.  London: Tandem, 1970.  160 pp.

 

Wittig, Kurt.  The Scottish Tradition in Literature.  Edin.-London: Oliver and Boyd, 1958.  viii, 352 pp.

 

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Wright, Thomas.  Essays on Subjects connected with the Literature, Popular Superstitions

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-----.  The Political Songs of England, from the reign of John to that of Edward II.  London: Camden Soc., MDCCCXXXIX.  xviii, 408 pp.

 

Wyman, Loraine.  "Songs from Perc╗".  JAF no. 130 (1920), 321-335.

 

Young, David.  A Collection of the Newest Country Dances Perform'd in Scotland: written at Edinburgh by Da. Young W.M.  1740.  [The "Blantyre MS."]  [Photocopy]

 

-----.  [Drummond Castle MS.]  Part I, Country Dances, inscribed A Collection of Countrey Dances written for the use of his Grace the Duke of Perth by Dav. Young, [1734].  Part II is inscribed A Collection of the best Highland Reels written by David Young, W.M. &   Accomptant.  [In the possession of the Earl of Ancaster at Drummond Castle.]  [Microfilm & Photocopy]

 

Zumwalt, Rosemary L╗vy.  American Folklore Scholarship.  A Dialogue of Dissent. 

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