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What's New NewNew and recently updated items - in chronological order. 7.5.16
Editorial NewIs the EFDSS Folk Music Journal worth £47 a year?  Edward the Second and the Red Hot Polkas: The Early Recordings 1985-86 (MTCD405) now available.  2014 CDs now available as downloads.  Season's Greetings and Review of 2015.  I Wish There Was No Prisons (MTCD372).  Harry Upton: Why Can't it Always be Saturday? (MTCD371).  Travellers’ Songs from England and Scotland, by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger CD-ROM (MTCD254). 13.4.16
Editorials A more-or-less complete compilation of past Editorial pieces 1.1.16
Articles 303 Articles, including all the 'paper' ones too! 5.12.15
Articles A-Z As above, but in alphabetical order 5.12.15
Enthusiasms 76 Shorter articles on subjects of interest, concern or outrage! 20.3.16
Reviews Newof records, books, etc. 3.5.16
News Newand Comment from all over ... 7.5.16
Letters NewHave your say … 29.4.16
MT Records Edward the Second and the Red Hot Polkas: The Early Recordings 1985-86 (MTCD405) now available. I Wish There Was No Prisons (MTCD372).  Harry Upton: Why Can't it Always be Saturday? (MTCD371).  Travellers’ Songs from England and Scotland, by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger CD-ROM.  New MTDL downloadable CDs now available.  With online Credit/Debit Card purchasing.  All the MT CDs and CD-ROMs,  A selection of other traditional CDs, and MT back copies, + printable Order Form 10.2.16
MT Downloads The MTDL downloadable CDs page.  Here you can view and buy all of our downloadable versions of the complete catalogue up to the end of 2014.  Downloads of single CDs are £1.00 or £2.00, double CDs are £4.00, and 3-CD Sets are £6.00. 1.1.16
MT Sampler The Complete MT Records Catalogue Sampler.  One track from each of the 91 CDs we've ever produced, in MP3 format, and with their track lists - starting with the most recent. 10.2.16
Obituaries Notices of deaths and, where we have them, obituaries. 18.2.16
Mondegreens Mis-heard or mis-understood phrases in folk songs 22.7.11
A Veritable Dungheap Dungbeetle's ballad burrowings - by Steve Gardham 24.2.13
Traditional Discography Making good progress towards a massive project 2.3.16
Useful Addresses Record labels, distributors, second-hand, etc. 12.10.08
Topic Discography Up to date - and virtually complete 1.5.14
VotP The complete Voice of the People suite 15.9.02
Links to many other sites of interest 3.5.12
Sessions Where to go for a tune or a song when far from home 3.8.15
Small Ads For Sale, Barter, Wanted - records, books, instruments, whatever ... 11.5.15
Pictures Lots of those lovely old pictures MT was famous for 22.7.11
Cheapies Your recommendations of cheap series and exceptional one-offs … plus timeless classics and things to avoid 23.7.07
Policy Editorial policy, contribution criteria, House Style, review guidelines, etc. 13.8.13
About MT The past, present and future 1.1.16
Site Map How it's all arranged - get anywhere instantly! 13.8.13

ECMW NewThe ECMW will be at Bampton again in 2016.  Latest info and booking form 13.5.16
Singers' Songbook a different kind of songbook - especially for singers.  14 songs, and growing ... 24.7.05
HTML Coding A straightforward guide to writing plain, simple HTML and creating your own Web pages 13.5.04
Everything you need to know about melodeons: types, keys, layouts, voicings, suitability to different musics, tips, recommendations ... 28.5.03

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