Please forward this error screen to 188. The Child Ballads are 305 traditional ballads from England and Scotland, and their American popular Collection 6 PDF, anthologized by Francis James Child during the second half of the 19th century.
Författare: Arturo Himmer.
16 weltbekannte populäre Melodien aus allen Bereichen der Musik. Der Bläser findet unvergessene Standards und Classics, Pop-Songs, Filmmusik und Evergreens.
Die passende Playalong Doppel-CD ist mit der Bestellnummer D1160 separat erhältlich.
Der Ausgabe liegt ein 32-seitiger Einleger mit der Solo-Stimme bei.
Their lyrics and Child’s studies of them were published as The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Francis James Child collected the words to over 300 British folk ballads. Judas“ dates to the thirteenth century and a version of „A Gest of Robyn Hode“ was printed in the late fifteenth or early sixteenth century. Many of Child’s ballads were obtained from printed broadsides, but he generally distinguished the „traditional“ ballads that interested him from later broadside ballads. As Child died before writing a commentary on his work, it is uncertain exactly how and why he selected some ballads and discounted others. Child Ballads are generally heavier and darker than is usual for ballads. On one extreme, some Child Ballads recount identifiable historical people, in known events, embellished for dramatic effect.
The editorial history of Child’s publication received a monograph study by Mary Ellen Brown in 2011. In 1860, Child published an eight-volume collection entitled English and Scottish Ballads, generally presenting just one variant of each ballad, via Little, Brown and Company. However, as a scholarly edition this was superseded by his later and similarly named The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. The first edition of Child’s book was, once complete, The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, ed.
It was printed in one thousand copies, and actually issued in ten parts, each with a half-title and title page. The final title pages for each of the five volumes, printed in red and black, were issued with part 10. Part 10 actually emerged after Child’s death, and was edited by George Lyman Kittredge. The book was reprinted, this time physically in three volumes, in 1957 by the New York-based Folklore Press, in association with the Pageant Book Company.