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|GUEST,Long Lankin||Folklore: Define English Trad Music (150* d)||RE: Folklore: Define English Trad Music||23 Jun 08|
Its funny how we tend to view other traditions as monolithic and only see the regional variations in our own. There is no typically "English" style because we see the regional differences Northumbrian, South West, Southern, Northern, Morris (by which I think you really mean Cotswold Morris). Scottish and Irish music is in reality just as varied and "American" even more so - Appalachian, Cajun, Texan/mexican.