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COMMUNITY: Southern California?

Pamela R 07 Feb 17 - 09:32 PM
michaelr 07 Feb 17 - 09:37 PM
GUEST 07 Feb 17 - 10:07 PM
Pamela R 08 Feb 17 - 11:47 PM
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Subject: COMMUNITY: Southern California?
From: Pamela R
Date: 07 Feb 17 - 09:32 PM

If you live in or near San Diego and you have a solid repertoire of old traditional* ballads or folk songs that you sing solo and unaccompanied from memory, then please get in touch!

Pamela
San Diego

*It has been pointed out to me that "traditional" can mean a lot of things, so to be clear, in this case I mean songs that are anonymous and pre-1900, whether English, Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Sean Nos, Appalachian, Canadian, Australian, Sea Chantey, etc... If a song was collected by FJChild or SBGould or CSharp or if it has an entry in the Traditional Ballad Index from Fresno, or on a Voice of the People release or in the Lomax Archive, or Roud Index, it's likely to be what I mean by traditional.


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Subject: RE: COMMUNITY: Southern California?
From: michaelr
Date: 07 Feb 17 - 09:37 PM

Let us know how many you hear from that fit your guidelines.


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Subject: RE: COMMUNITY: Southern California?
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Feb 17 - 10:07 PM

Cetak CD


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Subject: RE: COMMUNITY: Southern California?
From: Pamela R
Date: 08 Feb 17 - 11:47 PM

michaelr wrote
>Let us know how many you hear from that fit your guidelines

Will do. I'm aware it's a highly endangered, but not quite extinct, species.

I ask because I know a few singers matching this description in San Diego who do not sing in public (or at least don't get out much anymore), or who perform other genres in public but not ballads. So there could be others like them that I might never discover without asking around.    I didn't turn any up with queries to "folk music" clubs and mailing lists in the area, but it occurred to me that mudcat cuts a different cross section.

P.


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