Information: A book.
Vranjanka and other Jugoslav Songs and Dances collected by Dick Crum for the Tamburitzans of Duquesne University.
A book of 23 songs in English and original lyrics including notations for recorders with guitar chords published as part of The Hargail Folk Anthology.
English lyrics by Grace West Newman, New York: Hargail Music Press, 1958, 1964
- A Word About Rhythms
- Pronunciation of South Slavic Languages
- Table of Contents
- Sva Nok le Nado (Night Long), Macedonia
- Poskakuša (Hopping Dances), Bosnia
- Kriči, Kriči, Tiček (Whistle, Little Birdie), Croatia
- Kalja, Kaljino (Kalja, Little Kalja), Macedonia
- Gor Č Izaro (Boyond the Lake, My Home), Slovenia
- Koleda (Christmas Song), Croatia
- Makazice (Little Scissors), Serbia
- Oro se Vije (Dancing the Oro), Macedonia
- Ajd' d' Idemo, Rado (Come with Me, Dear Rada), Serbia
- Vranjanka [Šano Dušo] (Woman from the Town of Vranja), Serbia
- Igra Kolo (Round Dance Game), Croatia
- Ersko Kolo (Peasant Dance), Serbia
- Kosci Kose (Swinging Scythes), Croatia
- Staro Sito i Korito (Old Tub and Ancient Sieve), Croatia
- Razgranjala Grana Jorgovana (Branch of Lilac), Serbia
- Ćiro (Ciro), Croatia
- Drma Mi se Kabanica (My Raincoat is Shaking), Croatia
- Ruse Kose, Curo, Imaš (Black as Jet Your Raven Hair Girl), Serbia
- Vehni, Vehni Fijolica (Whither, Lovely Love), Croatia
- Ovce Ćuva Mara Kraj Morave (Mara by the Morava), Serbia
- Gee Ceš Biti, Lepa Jejo? (Lovely Keja), Bosnia and Serbia
- Ajde, Dušo, da Ašikujemo (Let's Make Love), Bosnia
- Šetnja (Walking Dance), Serbia
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