Folk song and folk life in Charlottenville aspects of village life as dynamics of acculturation in a Tobago folk song tradition by J. D. Elder

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  • Folk music -- Trinidad and Tobago -- History and criticism,
  • Tobago. -- Social life and customs

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ContributionsInternational Folk Music Council.
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LC ClassificationsML3565 E48
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Pagination62p.
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL19484858M

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