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The Anglo-Scottish Ballad and its Imaginary Contexts

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David Atkinson

Index

Texte intégral

Aarne, Antti, 120

Addison, Joseph, 57, 70

Allingham, William, 128–129

Appalachia, 52

Aristotle, 96

avant-texte, 152, 153, 155, 164, 165, 166, 167

Bach, J. S.

Toccata and Fugue in D minor, 5, 6, 13, 18, 23

ballad singers, semi-professional, 57

Ballad Society, 128

Ballad Warehouse, 29, 31

ballads and songs

As I me rode this endre dai, 42

Barbara Allan/Allen (Child 84), 20, 65, 174–178, 181

Bloody Miller (Roud 263), 43

Bonnie Annie (Child 24), 133

Chevy Chase (Child 162), 64

Clerk Colvill (Child 42), 4, 11

Fair Margaret and Sweet William (Child 74), 31–32, 34–35

False Hearted Miller (Roud 263), 43

George Collins, 2–4, 5, 11, 15, 22, 25

Judas (Child 23), 42, 56

Lady Alice (Child 85), 4, 11

Lord Bateman (Child 53), 18, 113, 116

Lord Randal (Child 12), 52

Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor (Child 73), 29–30

O No John (Roud 146), 125

Our Goodman (Child 274), 154

Robin Hood Rescuing Will Stutly (Child 141), 133

Sir Aldingar (Child 59), 38–41, 42–43

Sir Colin (Child 61), 36, 37, 38

The Baffled Knight (Child 112), 142–143

The Battle of Harlaw (Child 163), 65

The Berkshire Tragedy (Roud 263), 43–47, 51

The Bold Princess Royal (Roud 528), 51

The Bonnie Banks o Fordie (Child 14), 155–165, 169–172

The Bonny Earl of Murray (Child 181), 147

The Child of Elle, 122

The Children in the Wood (Roud 288), 70

The Cruel Miller (Roud 263), 43–47, 51

The Cruel Mother (Child 20), 65, 130–132

The Fatal Ramillies (Roud 1266), 52

The Golden Vanity (Child 286), 65, 104–105

The Gypsy Laddie (Child 200), 60

The Holy Well (Roud 1697), 105–111

The Jolly Beggar (Child 279), 135

The Maid Freed from the Gallows (Child 95), 18, 52, 65

The Marriage of Sir Gawain (Child 31), 42

The Mountains High (Roud 397), 51

The Outlandish Knight (Child 4), 61–62, 65, 154

The Proud Pedlar, 64

The Seeds of Love (Roud 3), 26

Twelfth Day, 42, 56

Two Sisters, The (Child 10), 18, 104, 134–135

Bänkelsang, 117

Baring-Gould, Sabine, 50, 173

Barry, Phillips, 4, 16

Bateson, F. W., 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13

Bates, Sarah, 34

Beckett, Samuel, 152

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 20, 85

Hammerklavier Sonata, 13

Bellemin-Noël, Jean, 152

Bell, John, 128

Benjamin, Walter, 117

Bennett, Sam, 142, 144, 154

Beowulf, 55

Berliner, Émile, 95

Bible, the, 53, 58, 65

bibliographic codes, 71, 82, 136

Bogatyrëv, Peter, 10–11

Bohlman, Philip, 49, 50

bothy ballads, 60

Bownd, Nicholas, 64

Brady, Erika, 95

broadsides

and music notation, 75, 80

black-letter, 81

decline of, 87

distrust of, 28, 50, 87

mise en page, 81

pasted on walls, 57, 70, 76, 82, 83, 96

print runs, 29, 77

‘slip songs’, 45

Stationers’ Register entries, 34

textual variation, 51–52

tune directions, 30, 75, 80

typographical errors, 79

woodcuts, 70, 82

Brompton, John, 39

Bronson, Bertrand, 30, 89

Brontë, Charlotte

Jane Eyre, 21

Brown, Mary Ellen, 37

Buchan, David

The Ballad and the Folk, 10, 50

Buchan, Peter, 130, 131, 132

Bunting, Thomas, 177, 178

Burstow, Henry, 33–34

Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, 57–58

Campbell, J. F., 134

cantefables, 18

Carpenter, James Madison

and folk plays, 154

and ‘Scotticization’, 160

collecting in Britain and Ireland, 102–103, 139–140

collecting practices, 73, 78, 102–103, 139–142, 146

interview with Alan Jabbour, 140, 141, 146

Catnach, James, 45

Cerquiglini, Bernard, 66, 67, 68

Chambers, E. K., 40, 41, 43

Chandler, Daniel, 75

Chappell, William, 29, 30

Chartier, Roger, 54, 56

Cheap Repository Tracts, 69

Child, Francis James

and ballad origins, 4, 37, 55

and broadside print, 50, 90, 136

and conjectural emendation, 133

and ‘Sir Aldingar’ (Child 59), 40, 43

and ‘Sir Colin’(Child 61), 36, 37, 38

editing principles, 130–137

English and Scottish Ballads (1857–58), 128

Chomsky, Noam, 8, 9

Chopin, Frédéric, 14, 16, 86, 87

Christie, William, 130, 131

Christophersen, Paul, 39

Cobb, Mrs, 177, 178

Coffin, Tristram Potter, 135

Collection of Old Ballads, A, 29, 121, 122, 133

Collins, Shirley, 62

‘conceptual text’, 165, 166, 167

Copper, Bob, 2–3, 11

Copper family, 3, 34, 63

Cornwallis, Sir William, 69, 70, 73

critique génétique, 150–151

Culler, Jonathan, 8, 11

Dalrymple, David, 122

Dancing Master, The, 30

Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr., and editing, 137–138

de Biasi, Pierre-Marc, 153

deictics, 61

Derrida, Jacques, 7, 74, 96–97, 99

Diceto, Ralph de, 39

Dicey company, 29, 31, 122

Dickens, Charles

Great Expectations, 16, 21

Dixon, James Henry, 131

Donne, John, 178

Douglas, Gavin, 58

Dugaw, Dianne, 51

D’Urfey, Thomas, 122

Edison, Thomas Alva, 92, 95

Eisenstein, Elizabeth, 77

Eliot, T. S., 152

Ely Farming Memoranda, 56

England, John, 26

Entwistle, W. J., 9, 40

Ferrer, Daniel, 153

Fine, Elizabeth, 110, 112

Fish, Stanley, 60

Flaubert, Gustave, 152, 153

Flodden, battle of, 58

Foucault, Michel, 14, 21

French, 43, 56

Friedman, Albert, 122, 123, 173

Furnivall, Frederick J., 128

Galicia, Spanish, 118

Gammon, Vic, 57

Garbáty, Thomas, 41, 42

Gardiner, George B., 4

Genette, Gérard, 9

Georges, Robert, 18, 19

Grainger, Percy

and electro-mechanical recording, 92

and Lincolnshire singers, 110, 116

and music transcription, 90–91, 96, 101, 111, 113

and phonograph recording, 73, 79, 90–91, 96

and singers’ recall, 142

Graves, Robert, 129

Green, Richard Firth, 59

Greig-Duncan folk song collection, 26

Grier, James, 93

Grundtvig, Svend, 17, 127

Gypsy singers, 60

Hales, John W., 128

Hambridge, Somerset, 26

Harker, Dave, 117

Heather, Samuel, 105, 106, 110

Helmholtz, Hermann von, 99, 113

Henderson, T. F., 43, 125

Herd, David, 31, 135

Hints to Collectors of Folk Music, 111

Hogg, James, 83

Holcroft, Thomas, 70

Honko, Lauri, and ‘mental text’, 113, 165

horizon of expectations, 60, 63

Hughes, Thomas, 134

Hugo, Victor, 152

Innis, Harold, 74, 82

intention, authorial, 120, 139, 153, 180

International Folk Music Council, 28

interpretive communities, 60

Jabbour, Alan, 140, 141, 146

Jakobson, Roman, 10–11

James, Henry, 14

Johnson, Samuel, 123

‘Life of Milton’, 151

Joyce, James, 152, 153

Ulysses, 17, 68

Keats, John

‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’, 5, 13

Keed, John, 46

Ker, W. P., 9

Khan, Ali Akbar, 86

Kidson, Frank, 26

Kinloch, George R., 133

Knight of the Burning Pestle, The, 31, 34

Knight, Stephen, 133

Krohn, Julius and Kaarle, 120

Laidlaw, Margaret, 83

langue, 8, 9, 10, 11, 19, 96

Latin, 43, 55, 56

Latin verse, 180

Levin, Richard, 33

line endings, 81, 182

literacy, 53–56, 60, 74, 96

Lloyd, A. L., 173

Lollards, 58

Lomax, Alan, 103

Lord, Albert B.

Singer of Tales, The, 9–10, 50, 53

Lyle, Emily, 36–37

Lytton, Edward Bulwer, 21

Macqueen, Thomas, 31

Marconi, Guglielmo, 72

McEwan, Mrs Alexander, 155, 158, 159, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166

McKenzie, D. F., 33

McLuhan, Marshall, 54, 74

McShane, Angela, 59

metaphysics of presence, 97, 99, 100, 113, 116, 117, 119

Milton, John

Lycidas, 5

modernist poetry, 65, 66

Mona Lisa, 5, 6, 13

‘mondegreens’, 147

Moore, Marianne, 65

Motherwell, William, 17, 28, 35, 90, 125–127, 128, 131

mouvance, 67

‘murdered-sweetheart’ ballads, 44

music writing, prescriptive and descriptive, 91–92, 101, 104

‘musical language’, 7, 97

‘musicking’, 7

O’Keeffe, Katherine O’Brien, 179, 180

Old English, written, 55

Old English verse, 179–181

Ong, Walter, 54, 55

operas, based on Child ballads, 18

oral-formulaic theory, 50, 52

oral tradition

and ballad melodies, 34, 50, 52, 75, 96, 97

as eighteenth-century construct, 35, 74

iconic status of, 27–28, 49–50, 63, 74, 98

non-falsifiability of, 32, 33, 35, 41

Osborne, Dorothy, 26

palimpsest, 150, 153, 166, 167, 168

Paris, Matthew, 39, 43

parity of ignorance, 36, 37, 41, 42, 43, 47

parole, 8, 9, 10, 11, 19, 96

Peirce, Charles Sanders, 93–94

Penguin Book of English Folk Songs, 3, 4

Pepys, Samuel, 35

Percy, Thomas, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 37, 120–123, 124, 128, 137, 173

and ‘Fair Margaret and Sweet William’, 31

and ‘Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor’, 29

and ‘Sir Aldingar’, 43

and ‘Sir Colin’, 36

and ‘The Child of Elle’, 122

Scott’s discovery of Reliques, 121

Percy folio manuscript, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 90, 121–123, 128

Peters, John Durham, 94

Phelps, Sarah, 154

phonautograph, 92, 94

phonocentrism, 7, 74, 83

Piers Plowman, 58

Pitts, John, 45

Plato, 96, 97

Poe, Edgar Allan

‘The Philosophy of Composition’, 151

political ballads, 59

Popper, Karl, 32, 33

Pound, Ezra, 21

Preston, Dennis, 109–110, 112

Proust, Marcel, 152

punctuation, 80, 81, 103, 137, 138, 178–180, 181–182

Quiller-Couch, Arthur, 16, 129

Ramsay, Allan, 122

reading aloud, 53, 54, 59, 66, 70, 79, 99, 179, 180

reading communities, 54, 56, 78

Reeves, James, 125

Renwick, Roger, 20

Ritson, Joseph, 30, 122, 123, 124, 128

romances, medieval, 15, 38, 41, 58–59, 60, 62, 66, 122

Rothenbuhler, Eric W., 94

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 96

Sandys, William, 30

Saussure, Ferdinand de, 8, 9, 96

Scots Musical Museum, 80

Scott, David, of Peterhead, 130

Scott, Walter

and Hogg’s mother, 83

and Percys Reliques, 121

and ‘Sir Aldingar’, 43

letter to Motherwell, 90, 125–126, 127

Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, 120, 123–126, 129, 130, 137, 147

Scott de Martinville, Édouard-Léon, 92, 94, 95

Seeger, Charles, 91–92

Shakespeare, William

and collaborative playwriting, 21

editing of, 123, 133

Hamlet, 5–6, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 67, 68, 154

King Lear, 16, 67, 68

Macbeth, 67

Sharp, Cecil

and music transcription, 90, 91, 101

and phonograph recording, 79

and singers’ recall, 142

continuity, variation, and selection model, 4, 10, 28

distrust of print, 28, 50

English Folk-Song: Some Conclusions, 28

first encounter with folk song, 26

manuscripts, 125

Shenstone, William, 123

Shillingsburg, Peter, 133, 144, 179

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, 62

Slovenia, 118

social theory of text, 21, 139, 145, 150

Solomon and Saturn I, 180

Sterne, Jonathan, 99

Stewarts of Fetterangus, 64

Stock, Brian, 56, 57, 58, 65, 67

Stockhausen, Karlheinz

Klavierstück XI, 21, 86

Tanselle, Thomas, 5, 6, 174

Taylor, Joseph, 79, 113, 116

Terry, Charles, 174, 178

textual communities, 56–59

Thackeray, William, 29

Thackeray, William Makepeace, 178–179

Thomas, Keith, 55, 56

Thompson, Stith, 17

Todorov, Tzvetan, 8

Travellers, 52, 60, 63, 64, 155

Treitler, Leo, 5, 6, 18, 19, 23, 84–87

tune families, 17

type/version paradigm, xv–xvi, 17, 19, 119, 120, 137

Universal Songster, The, 4, 22

Valéry, Paul, 152

variance, 66–67, 68

Veal, Sidney, 108

versions, of literary works, 120

Waldensians, 57

Walton, Izaak

The Compleat Angler, 64, 70

Warner, Richard, 105

Weddynge of Sir Gawen and Dame Ragnell, The, 41

White, Enos, 2–3, 4, 11, 15, 22

Whitefield, George, 57

William of Malmesbury, 38, 39, 40, 43

Williams, Ralph Vaughan, 2, 22, 173

Williams, Raymond, 34

writing, ‘branchable’ nature of, 98, 103

Yeats, W. B., 65, 152

Zola, Émile, 152

Zumthor, Paul, 67

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