Therefore, in folk-music is possibly made permanent simple states of feeling.
The work, which does not appear to have become a repertory opera, is worth the study of those who are interested in folk-music.
The question of folk-music has recently received much attention (see Song).
You're finding out much quicker than I. It's all folk-music to you still; to me Strauss and the rest of the tired stuff.
When we pass into Somersetshire the folk-music assumes quite a different character.
The folk-music of the negro slaves is most frequently mentioned as the right foundation for a strictly American school.
This tendency is prevalent in folk-music, especially that of the Russians and Scandinavians.
The growing interest in folk-music in America is a tendency concerning which the progressive student should inform himself.
Saved from the multitudinous distractions of town life, the love of the folk-music took root in his heart and grew undisturbed.
This gives an effect of great concentration and intensity and is a prevalent feature in Scottish and Hungarian folk-music, e.g.
A kind of music originating from the ordinary people of a region or nation and continued by oral tradition. The ballad is a typical form of folk music. Music is also called “folk” when it is made by artists and composers who are inspired by, or imitate, true folk music. Composers such as Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie are folk musicians of the second kind.