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Definition of Folksinger
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Folksinger
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1. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"... and between the dominant and tonic above, are still more or less vague and undefined sounds in the mind of the average folksinger. ..."
2. One Hundred English Folksongsby Cecil James Sharp by Cecil James Sharp (1916)
"This, at any rate, est restraint in the matter of expression; indeed, is the theoretic basis upon which the accompani- the folksinger will usually close his ..."
3. Bolivia and Coca: A Study in Dependency by James Painter (1994)
"... like Erwin Guzman (a pilot), Hugo Rivero Villavicencio (a rancher), Oscar Roca Vasquez (a former popular folksinger and a cousin of Jorge Roca Suarez), ..."
4. Forty-four French Folk-songs and Variants from Canada, Normandy, and Brittany by Julien Tiersot (1910)
"While this verse is undoubtedly the last of the primitive song, the folksinger of Beauharnois used to add the ..."
5. Throwing Away the Key: Indefinite Political Detention in Syria by Aziz Abu-Hamad, Andrew Whitley (1992)
"Arrest of Three Writers, a folksinger Salama George Kila, a Palestinian writer, was arrested on the morning of March 12, 1992 at the Political Security ..."