Table of contents for Folk music : the basics / Ronald D. Cohen.

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Contents
Introduction
19th CENTURY BACKGROUND: GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES
Definitions
	 Nineteenth Century in British Isles¿Collectors and Songs
	 Nineteenth Century in the United States¿Collectors and Songs
	Other Ethnic Groups
1900-1930
Cowboy Songs
	Country Goes Commercial
	African-American Influences
	Blues
	Folk Becomes More Academic and Popular
	The Role of the Federal Government
	Decade Ends
	
1930-1950
	Great Britain
	Folk Music in the US during the Depression
	Country Music
	Folk Music Scholarship and Popularity
	Alan Lomax and People¿s Music
	World War II
	Postwar Years
	
The Fifties
	Great Britain
	Skiffle
	Lomax, MacColl, and Lloyd
	The United States
	Folksong Scholarship
	Mid-Decade Music
	Folk Music at Mid-Decade
	Kingston Trio
	Decade Ends
	
The Sixties
	Great Britain
	Folk Clubs and the Changing Scene
	Electric Folk
	Decade¿s End
	The United States
	Traditional Folk
	Topical Songs
	Hootenanny
	Festivals
	Folk Rock
	Decade Ends
	
Century Ends
	Great Britain
	Clubs and Festivals
	The United States
	World Music
	Southern Roots Music Revival
	The Century Ends
Bibliography
Discography 
	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Folk music -- United States -- History and criticism.
Folk music -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.