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The following links are non-trading sites which
will give more background on traditional folk music from England, Scotland and
East Anglian Dulcimers - A new site which presents research on dulcimer
makers and players in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
The East Anglian
Traditional Music Trust - The Old Stables, Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14
1DL. A proactive organisation whose aim is to preserve and promote traditional
music, song and dance in the Eastern counties.
English Folk Dance and Song
- Cecil Sharp House, 2
Regents Park Road, London NW1 7AY. The EFDSS is a National body which is the
custodian of the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library.
The British Library Sound Archive - 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB. The
archive houses thousands of house of field recordings. John Howson's original tapes,
many of which were used for Veteran Releases, are now deposited there for
The School of Scottish Studies
George Square Edinburgh EH8 9LD.
Under the umbrella of Edinburgh University it has become the
National body for the research into and the preservation of Scottish traditional singing, music and story-telling and holds
a considerable print and sound archive.
The Irish Traditional Music
based at 63 Merrion Square, Dublin
2 and is a government funded national Irish music archive.
The Farne Project
this site was set up with National heritage
lottery money and stands for 'Folk Archive Resource North East'. It is a
highly searchable site which covers all aspects of traditional music and song
from the North East of England.
The Folklore Society
- The Warburg Institute, Woburn Square,
London WC1H 0AB.
This is the National
authority on this subject.
Martin Nail's Folk music site
- A private site which provides many more
links and gives details of folk music activities throughout England.