Week 10A Lecture Notes

Week 10A Lecture Notes - Week 10A Lecture Notes Ballads and...

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Week 10A Lecture Notes 12/5/05 Ballads and Folksongs folksongs : multiple existence, variations, judged to be traditional. Considered folk once it has been passed on informally from person to person. Now less folklore because pass on songs nowadays by professionals where less aspects change. Lots of times songs are named with a writer/singer, so not folklore. When changed enough for no one to claim it then more folk. -broadsheets: prints made of lyrics to songs so that so that people would know the words. These songs become folk when people re sing songs at parties -***song becomes folksong when passed on to others and rephrased into different versions, loses direct connection to original author, and becomes property of those who sing it. ***Become localized with style and nuances. Made to fit local norms. Each performance is different (ex. Sing half of it b/c group listening is getting restless). Not usually memorized word for word. Certain phrases remain same but the connections will
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