The Traditional Ballad Index
Bibliography

Version 3.3

June 5, 2014


Contents: * Abbreviations * List of Authors * List of Indexers * Initials Used in the Notes *


Abbreviations

Book titles in the Traditional Ballad Index have been abbreviated to save space. We have tried to make the abbreviations obvious. The abbreviations used are listed below.

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, books are fully indexed, i.e. all items in the books have been included in the Index. Some books which contain both folk and non-folk songs have been partially indexed -- that is, only songs known to be folk or already included in the index have been included in the references. Partially indexed books are marked *

In the list that follows, if no indexer has been listed for the book, it means that it has not yet been fully indexed.

Care should always be taken to see whether a book is indexed by Page or by Number, i.e. the song number in the collection. (Numbers have been preferred where possible, as they are less likely to change with new editions.) In general, pages are preceded by the symbol p. or pp. (e.g. Cray, pp. 1-2) and numbers are simply noted (e.g. Child 200).

For books added starting with version 1.6, the list shows the release which first included the book (e.g. Belden was added in Release 1.6).

List of Authors and their Books

List of Indexers and Books Indexed

Initials of Contributors to the Notes

The Ballad Index is copyright © 2014 by Robert B. Waltz and David G. Engle.