With his vivid imagination the negro feels much of the thought expressed in the folk-song.
The origin of folk-song has been much debated, and it need not be gone into now.
The other nurse was a large and stout German woman, who was crooning a German folk-song to the baby she carried in her arm.
In some respects the folk-song of Devonshire is rather disappointing.
Lovers of folk-song will find this book invaluable on account of the carefully edited musical accompaniments.
The new songs are then learned and begin their history as folk-song.
His employment of touches of American folk-song, suggested by Indian themes, is characteristic.
It was a wild Hungarian folk-song that he sang with that warm, wild voice of his.
However on a subsequent occasion I was told that this folk-song was of great poetic interest.
Out of the text of folk-song, to be sure, all the strains are woven.