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Preserving Folklore and Traditional Music, and Making it...

  • Aired: 01/22/2010
  • 27:50
  • Rating: NR
Folklore is the traditional beliefs, legends and practices of a people that are often passed down verbally between generations. As such, folklore can be easily lost and forgotten. Max Hunter, a traveling salesman and folklorist from Springfield, Mo., spent much of his life recording traditional songs and musicians he met through his travels. Preserving Folklore and Traditional Music.
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