Top 10 similar words or synonyms for folksongs

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for folksongs

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Folksongs (Alfred Deller album) Folksongs is a 1972 album by the countertenor Alfred Deller with his son Mark Deller and lutenist Desmond Dupré. In addition to actual folksongs it includes three songs composed by Thomas Morley and one by Robert Jones.
Folksongs for a Nuclear Village Folksongs for a Nuclear Village is the sixth studio album by new-age/jazz group Shadowfax, their first for Capitol Records. It won the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album in 1989.
Folksongs for a Nuclear Village The cover artwork is a piece by Michael McMillen called "Nel Mezzo Del Cammin Di Nostra Vita", which is the opening line from The Divine Comedy, meaning, in English, "In the middle of our life's journey."
Folksongs for a Nuclear Village "Folksong for a Nuclear Village" was a 1982 dance performance choreographed by Louise Durkee of Seattle in that city.
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) One of the most famous songs "Elindultam szép hazámból" ("I left my beautiful fatherland") came to be applied to Bartók himself as he assumed the role of an exile.
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) Eight Hungarian Folksongs, for voice and piano (nos. 1–5: 1907; nos. 6–8: 1917)
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) Twenty Hungarian Folksongs, Vols. I–IV, for voice and piano (1929)
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) Magyar népdalok énekhangra és zongorára (English: "Hungarian folk songs for voice and piano") is a collection of Hungarian folk song arrangements by Béla Bartók.
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) Two Hungarian Folksongs, for voice and piano (1907)
Hungarian folksongs for voice and piano (Bartók) Bartók's "Hungarian Folksongs" are now much better known outside Hungary in arrangements for violin and piano, or - without voice - for piano alone.