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CDSS News Summer 2017

CDSS News summer 2017 front cover(photo by Arthur McNair)

Masthead

Letters and Announcements

Columns

WEB EXTRA: 
Hear Windborne sing “Song of the Lower Classes“, outside Trump Tower, NYC, January 2017 (WindborneSingers.com)

Articles

WEB EXTRA:
Hear Sandy on the Alcazar recording, “Potluck and Dance Tonite,” http://stickerville.org/potluck/

WEB EXTRA:
Full-length version of the article

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CDSS News Spring 2017

CDSS News Spring 2017 Cover(photo by Julia Chambers)

Masthead

Letters and Announcements

Columns

WEB EXTRAS: 
— “The Grey Cock,” audio by Peggy Seeger, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viepsmcLO6k
— 1917 facsimile of “The Grey Cock” from English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, Comprising 122 Songs and Ballads and 323 Tunes, collected by Olive Dame Campbell and Cecil J. Sharp, http://www.traditionalmusic.co.uk/english-folk-songs/southern-appalachians%20-%200228.htm
— Cecil Sharp in America (photo exhibit info), http://cecilsharpinappalachia.org/
— 1/26/17 WUNC “Here and Now” podcast, “How Cecil Sharp Collected The Sights And Sounds of Appalachia,” http://wunc.org/post/how-cecil-sharp-collected-sights-and-sounds-appalachia#stream/0
— EFDSS/VWML, Cecil Sharp’s Appalachian Diaries: 1915-1918, https://www.vwml.org/vwml-projects/vwml-cecil-sharp-diaries

Articles

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Addendum to This Issue

WEB EXTRA:
Slide Show of Madison Exec Meeting

     
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