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Volume 28, Number 1
May Day, 2008

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 In Celebration of Morris in America  

Bibliography
Mike Heaney

 

We have recently been compiling online bibliographies of Morris scholars. Mike was kind enough to contribute his...

 

The Morris in Oxford [with R. Judge], The Morris Dancer, no. 7, 1980, 12-14.

Glorishears, The Morris Dancer, no. 8, 1980, 12-14.

More new Morris: North Leigh reconstructed, Morris Matters, vol. 3, 1980, no.4, 4-13.

An examination of the Witney Express 1869 1888, The Morris Dancer, no. 9, 1981, 5-7.

Copy gp Morice dancers Mr Manning [with B. Grant and R. Judge], English Dance and Song, vol. 43, 1981, no. 2, 14-16.

[Items relating to Morris dancing culled from local newspapers, 1843 1914], The Morris Dancer, no. 10, 1981, 8-12.

Whit Sunday 1800-1914, The Morris Dancer, no. 10, 1981, 18-19.

In steps I [with B. Grant], English Dance and Song, vol. 43, 1981, no. 4, 18-20.

The Dean Forest traditions, The Morris Dancer, no. 12, 1982, 11-16.

[Items relating to Morris dancing culled from local newspapers, 1836 1855], The Morris Dancer, no. 12, 1982, 16-19.

Butterworth dancing, The Morris Dancer, no. 15, 1983, 7-12.

The Wychwood linked handkerchief dance, The Morris Dancer, no. 15, 1983, 14-16.

Filming a Bodleian manuscript, Bodleian Library Record, vol. 9, 1983, no. 2, 105-109.

Bloxham: a lost Morris tradition, English Dance and Song, vol. 45, 1983, no. 2, 12-13.

Films from the past, English Dance and Song, vol. 45, 1983, no. 3, 20-21.

A Morris murder, The Morris Dancer, no. 17, 1983, 4-7.

Morris dancers at Cheltenham, The Morris Dancer, no. 17, 1983, 18 20; no. 18, 1984, 2-3.

Bedlam Morris: an expanded version of a lecture given at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, 25th January 1985 (Morris dancing in the South Midlands, vol. VI). Eynsham: Chandler Publications, 1985. 48 pp.; illus.; maps.

Disentangling the Wychwood Morrises, Traditional Dance, vol. 3, 1985, 44-81.

A new theory of Morris origins: a review article, Folklore, vol. 96, 1985, no. 1, 29-37.

An introductory bibliography on Morris dancing (Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Leaflet no. 19). London: English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1985. 36 pp. (Addenda 1990. 4 pp.)

Henry Franklin, The Morris Dancer, vol. 2, no. 2, 1986, 17-21.

Must every fiddler play a fiddle?, Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, vol 11, no. 1, 1986, 10-11.

Young Collins, The Morris Dancer, vol. 2, no. 3, 1986, 41-44.

New evidence for the Abbots Bromley hobby horse, Folk Music Journal, vol. 5, no. 3, 1987, 359-360.

Traditional dance. Volume 4 [review], Folk Music Journal, vol. 5, no. 3, 1987, 393-394.

New light on the Revesby Sword Play, Notes and Queries, vol. 233, no. 2, 1988, 191-193.

Early morris, Traditional Dance, vol. 5/6, 1988, 191-201.

Revel, riot and rebellion: popular politics and culture in England 1603-1660, by David Underdown [review], Folk Music Journal, vol. 5, no. 4, 1988, 506- 507.

Kingston to Kenilworth: early plebeian morris, Folklore, vol. 100, 1989, no. 1, 88-104.

This old house - a domestic biography: living conservation at Betley Court, by Godfrey N. Brown [review], Folk Music Journal, vol. 5, no. 5, 1989, 657-658.

Trunkles, The Morris Dancer, vol. 2, no. 9, 1990, 136-139.

Charting early morris [with John Forrest], Folk Music Journal, vol. 6, no. 2, 1991, 169-186.

Annals of early morris [with John Forrest]. (CECTAL bibliographical and special series, no. 6). Sheffield: Centre for English Cultural Tradition and Language in association with the Morris Ring, 1991. viii, 109 p.

Herefordshire, Worcestershire. Ed. by David Klausner. Records of Early English Drama [review] Folk Music Journal, vol. 6, no. 3, 1992, 406-408.

With scarfes and garters as you please: an exploratory essay in the economics of the morris, Folk Music Journal, vol. 6, no. 4, 1993, 491-505 & frontispiece.

An introductory bibliography on Morris dancing (Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Leaflet no. 19). 2nd ed. London: English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1995. 48 pp.

Roy Judge [obituary notice], The Independent, The Monday Review, 11 December 2000, p.6.

An Antedating for the 'Morris Dance' [with John Forrest], Notes & Queries, vol. 247, no.2, June 2002, 190-193.

Step Change: New Views on Traditional Dance. Edited by Georgina Boyes [review], Folk Music Journal, vol. 8, no. 3 (2003), 366-369.

The Earliest Reference to the Morris Dance?, Folk Music Journal, vol. 8, no. 4 (2004), 513-515

[Ten contributions to] Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 http://www.oxforddnb.com/ [accessed 27 September 2006]

  1. Bunting, Edward (1773-1843), collector of folk music
  2. Judge, Roy Edmund (1929-2000), historian and folklorist
  3. Karpeles, Maud Pauline (1885-1976) folk music collector and scholar
  4. Kennedy, Douglas Neil (1893-1988), folk musician and dancer
  5. Kimber, William (1872-1961), morris dancer and musician
  6. Manning, Percy (1870-1917), antiquary and folklorist
  7. O'Neill, (Daniel) Francis (1848-1936), collector of Irish folk music
  8. Sharp, Cecil James (1859-1924), collector of English folk-songs and dances
  9. Tiddy, Reginald John Elliott (1880-1916), collector of folk plays
  10. Wells, William Nathan [Jinky] (1868-1953), morris dancer and musician

Oxford. Ed. by John R. Elliott and Alan Nelson; Alexandra F. Johnston and Diana Wyatt. Records of Early English Drama [review] Folk Music Journal, vol. 9, no. 1, 2006, 109-111.

An introductory bibliography on Morris dancing (Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Leaflet no. 19). 3rd ed. London: English Folk Dance and Song Society, 2006. [iv], 58 pp, http://www.efdss.org/morris3.pdf.

The English Year. By Steve Roud [review]. Folk Music Journal, vol. 9, no. 3, 2008,
449-451.

Object Biographies from the Pitt Rivers English Collection (England: The Other Within)

Morris dancer's costume http://england.prm.ox.ac.uk/englishness-morris-dancers-costume.html

Morris Dancers' Bells http://england.prm.ox.ac.uk/englishness-morris-dancers-bells.html
 

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