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by Helen Creighton

  • ISBN: 0919948847
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Helen Creighton
  • Subcategory: Music
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Breakwater Books,Canada; 2nd Revised edition edition (February 1981)
  • Pages: 290 pages
  • FB2 size: 1444 kb
  • EPUB size: 1555 kb
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Helen Creighton collected maritime songs remembered by an older generation of Canadians, mainly from Nova Scotia, between 1928 and 1954. Many are home recordings, but what they may lack in quality they make up for in authenticity

Helen Creighton collected maritime songs remembered by an older generation of Canadians, mainly from Nova Scotia, between 1928 and 1954. Many are home recordings, but what they may lack in quality they make up for in authenticity. In addition to songs of the sea, the unaccompanied singers tell of the supernatural, of love and the beauties of the land.

Mary Helen Creighton, CM (September 5, 1899 - December 12, 1989) was a prominent Canadian folklorist. She collected over 4,000 traditional songs, stories, and beliefs in a career that spanned several decades, and she published many books and articles on Nova Scotia folk songs and folklore.

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Helen Creighton Folklore Society, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Their instrumental music was very old, but they were recording it themselves. Few of their songs were folk in the old sense although Charlie Chamberlain sand a beautiful variant of Lost Jimmy Whalen learned in the lumber woods of New Brunswick. Helen Creighton, Page 177, A Life In Folklore, McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited,1975.

2019 HQ Remastered Version. 2008 Japan Remastered. Helen Merrill, Clifford Brown, Oscar Pettiford, Quincy Jones. 2019 Remastered 2016. With Strings! Helen Merrill.

The Helen Creighton Folklore Society is named in honour of folklorist Helen Creighton (1899-1989), who collected and published traditional music and lore of Maritime Canada. New release of archival recordings!

The Helen Creighton Folklore Society is named in honour of folklorist Helen Creighton (1899-1989), who collected and published traditional music and lore of Maritime Canada. New release of archival recordings! Sankofa Songs, A Legacy of Roots and Rhythm: African Nova Scotian Songs From The Collection Of Dr. Helen Creighton Sankofa: a West African word from the Akan people meaning "to go back and take what was taken. The term made its way to North America and scholars coined its meaning as "remembering our past, to protect our future legacy!"

by. Creighton, Helen, 1899-. Folk songs - Maritime Provinces.

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by Helen Creighton (Author), Calum MacLeod (Author). No serious Gaelic learner, scholar, or singer can afford to pass this gem up! I personally knew and learned from a number of the people recorded (all alas gone now!).

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Helen Creighton collected maritime songs remembered by an older generation of Canadians mainly from Nova Scotia between 1928 and 1954. Many are home recordings but what they may lack in quality they make up for in authenticity

Helen Creighton collected maritime songs remembered by an older generation of Canadians mainly from Nova Scotia between 1928 and 1954. Many are home recordings but what they may lack in quality they make up for in authenticity. In addition to songs of the sea the unaccompanied singers tell of the supernatural of love and the beauties of the land. Traditional Folk, Folk Music.

Helen Creighton collected maritime songs remembered by an older generation of Canadians, mainly from Nova Scotia, between 1928 and 1954.

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