Ballads and Boundaries: Narrative Singing in an Intercultural Context : Proceedings of the 23rd International Ballad Conference of the Commission for Folk Poetry (Société Internationale D'Ethnologie Et de Folklore), University of California, Los Angeles, June 21-24, 1993
UCLA, Department of Ethnomusicology & Systematic Musicology, 1995 - Ballads - 382 pages
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