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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8131 6314
Name: 
Ritchie, Jean
Dates: 
1922-
Creation class: 
audio-visual
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
narrator
performer
speaker
Related names: 
Ashley, Clarence (1895-1967)
Clayton, Paul (1931-1967)
Goldstein, Kenneth S. (1927-1995)
Monroe, Bill (1911-1996)
Newport Folk Festival (1963)
Pickow, George
Sear, Dave
Seeger, Mike (1933-2009)
Seeger, Pete (1919-2014)
Silverman, Jerry (1931-)
Voice of America Music Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Watson, Doc
Titles: 
American folk tales and songs
American songs of revolutionary times
Artus Moser recordings
As i roved out Field Trip-Ireland
Carl Fleischhauer collection on Melvin Wine and other performers
Child ballads
Children's songs and games from the southern mountains. [Sound recording]
Classic southern gospel from Smithsonian Folkways.
Dulcimer book, being a book about the three-stringed appalachian dulcimer, including some ways of tuning and playing; some recollections in its local history in perry and knott counties, kentucky; some observations on the probable origins of the instrument in the old countries of europe; with plentiful photographic illustrations and drawing; and with words and music for some sixteen songs from the ritchie family of kentucky
Field Trip to England
folk concert in Town Hall, New York, A
Folk songs of the southern Appalachians as sung by Jean Ritchie
From fair to fair; folk songs of the British Isles.
Greatest folksingers of the sixties
Jean Ritchie and Doc Watson at Folk City
Jean Ritchie ballads from her appalachian family tradition
Jean Ritchie recordings, May 1951
Jean Ritchie's Dulcimer people.
Jean Ritchie Saturday night and Sunday too.
Marching across the green grass, and other American children game songs
Mary Elizabeth Barnicle-Cadle recordings collection
most dulcimer, The
My last go round
[Newport Folk Festival.
None but one
O love is teasin' Anglo-American mountain balladry.
Ralph Rinzler duplication project, part 2
Singing family of the Cumberlands
swapping song book, 1952., The
Treasures from the Folk den
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