Useful folk sites
Useful folk sites around the Net
- The Digital Tradition: database of songs and tunes, plus active disucssion boards
- Floorsinging for Beginners: most British folk clubs still welcome people who want to get up and do a couple of songs before the main guest appears. If you want to be one of those people, this summarized thread from uk.music.folk can help...
- Notes on starting a folk club (UK)
- Max Hunter field collection: original field recordings, with transcribed lyrics and often sheet music, of a variety of Arkansas traditional singers, including Almeda Riddle
- Hetzler's Fakebook: transcriptions and MIDI files of a load of old-time and Irish fiddle tunes
- The Session: sheet music and ABC transcriptions of many commonly played Irish and Scottish fiddle tunes.
- The Wandering Whistler: sheet music and MIDI recordings of many Irish and Scottish tunes for tinwhistle.
- Richard Robinson's Tunebook: big collection of sheet music for tunes from all over the world. Searchable in all sorts of neat ways -- key, time signature, type of tune, country of origin.
- Folk London: monthly listing of who's on at all the folk clubs in the greater London area.
- For everything else, there's Google...
Webcast folk radio shows
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