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Welsh Ballads: Bibliography

by E. Wyn James

Cymraeg

This page only lists English-language items. A full bibliography of items in both Welsh and English is to be found on the equivalent Welsh-language page: Llyfryddiaeth Baledi Cymru.

CONSTANTINE, Mary-Ann: 'The Wreck of the Royal Charter: Welsh and English Ballads', in Ballads in Wales: Baledi yng Nghymru, ed. Mary-Ann Constantine, London: FLS Books, 1999, pp.65-85.

DAVIES, A. Stanley: The Ballads of Montgomeryshire, Welshpool: The Author, 1938.

DAVIES, J. H.: A Bibliography of Welsh Ballads Printed in the 18th Century, London: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1908-11.

IFANS, Rhiannon: 'The Ballad in Eighteenth-Century Welsh Drama', in Ballads in Wales: Baledi yng Nghymru, ed. Mary-Ann Constantine, London: FLS Books, 1999, pp.25-39.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'The Lame Chick and the North Star: Some Ethnic Rivalries in Sport as Reflected in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Welsh Broadsides', in Ballads between Tradition and Modern Times, ed. Marjetka Golez, Ljubljana, Slovenia: ZRC SAZU, 1998, pp.93-100.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'Zulus and Stone-Breakers: A Case-Study in Glamorgan Ballad-Sheet Printing', in Ballads in Wales: Baledi yng Nghymru, ed. Mary-Ann Constantine, London: FLS Books, 1999, pp.41-8.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'Watching the White Wheat and That Hole Below the Nose: The English Ballads of a Late-Nineteenth-Century Welsh Jobbing-Printer', in Bridging the Cultural Divide: Our Common Ballad Heritage, ed. Sigrid Rieuwerts & Helga Stein, Hildesheim, Germany: Georg Olms Verlag, 2000, pp.177-94.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'Ballad Implosions and Welsh Folk Stanzas', in Ballad and Ballad Studies at the Turn of the Century, ed. Nicolae Constantinescu, Bucharest, Romania: Editura Deliana, 2001, pp.101-17.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'An "English" Lady Among Welsh Folk: Ruth Herbert Lewis and the Welsh Folk-Song Society', in Folk Song: Tradition, Revival, and Re-Creation, ed. Ian Russell & David Atkinson, Aberdeen: Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, 2004, pp.266-83.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'Painting the World Green: Dafydd Iwan and the Welsh Protest Ballad', Folk Music Journal, 8:5 (2005), pp.594-618.

JAMES, E. Wyn: 'Welsh Ballads and American Slavery', The Welsh Journal of Religious History, 2 (2007), pp.59–86.

JENKINS, Geraint H.: Literature, Religion and Society in Wales 1660-1730, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1978.

JONES, Robert William ['Erfyl Fychan']: 'The Wayside Entertainer in Wales in the Nineteenth Century', Liverpool University MA thesis, 1939.

JONES, Tegwyn: 'Welsh Ballads', in A Nation and Its Books: A History of the Book in Wales, eds Philip Henry Jones and Eiluned Rees, Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, 1998, pp.245-51.

KINNEY, Phyllis: 'Welsh Ballad Tunes', in Ballads in Wales: Baledi yng Nghymru, ed. Mary-Ann Constantine, London: FLS Books, 1999, pp.19-24.

KOSAR, Seana and SMITH, Barbara: 'Growing up with "The Dying Child": Victorian "Moral Songs" as a Discipline in the Domestic Repertoire of a South Wales Family', in Ballads in Wales: Baledi yng Nghymru, ed. Mary-Ann Constantine, London: FLS Books, 1999, pp.50-63.

LILE, Emma: 'Wandering Balladeers', Ontrac, 11 (Spring 2005), p.15.

LORD, Peter: Words with Pictures: Welsh Images and Images of Wales in the Popular Press, 1640-1860, Aberystwyth: Planet, 1995.

NICHOLAS, W. Rhys: The Folk Poets, 'Writers of Wales' Series, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1978.

PORTER, Gerald: ' "Who Talks of My Nation?": The Role of Wales, Scotland, and Ireland in Constructing "Englishness" ', in Imagined States: Nationalism, Utopia, and Longing in Oral Cultures, ed. Luisa Del Giudice and Gerald Porter, Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2001, tt.101-35.

SUGGETT, Richard: 'Pedlars & Mercers as Distributors of Print in Early-Modern Wales', in The Mighty Engine: The Printing Press and its Impact, ed. Peter Isaac and Barry McKay, Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, Del.: Oak Knoll Press, 2000, pp.23-32.

THOMAS, Wyn: Traditional Music in Wales: Bibliography, third edition, Llanrwst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2006.