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Informative and entertaining explanations of a wide range of folklore subjects; from nosebleeds and wishbones to cats and hot cross buns, also characters such as The Sandman, Jack the Giant Killer, and Robin Hood.
Just for undergraduate students. Introductions to particular topics or genres and how to conduct fieldwork in that area. Sample student project papers are included along with useful annotated bibliographies for further reading.
This database contains oral history collections from around the world. It includes some full-text material and provides links to other material, text and audio/video, that is available on other web sites.
Virtual encyclopedia of the world's musical and aural traditions includes 35,000+ individual tracks of music, spoken word, and natural and human-made sounds. Browse by musical instrument, geographic area, or cultural group.