This is the home of a long-range Pan-Hispanic Ballad Project which brings
online several interrelated databases that will provide students in this field
with useful tools for their researches:
- an exhaustive,
critical bibliography of Pan-Hispanic Balladry,
- a large corpus of
texts representative of Pan-Hispanic ballads documented worldwide
since the 15th century,
- digitized reproductions of original oral
performances or their musical notation, and
- cartographic display of
the primary and seconday data.
The bibliographic and textual
databases and audio archive are currently operational.
This site is under
development and is updated frequently. It is a reference source, intended
primarily for research and educational use. Copying, printing, or distributing
any of its contents without the permission of the author of the web site is
expressly prohibited. You must agree to accept these restrictions to enter the databases.
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