Bearman, C. J., 2003. Percy Grainger, the Phonograph, and the Folk Song Society. Music and Letters, 84 (3), pp. 434-455.
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ml/84.3.434
This article is a critical examination of one of the myths of rejection surrounding the career of Percy Grainger—the myth that the Folk Song Society, and specifically Cecil Sharp, discouraged Grainger's use of the phonograph and that this discouragement so dispirited him that he abandoned folk music work in Britain. It also considers Grainger's folk music work in the light of contemporary left-wing and Marxist criticism, particularly that of David Harker.
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