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NewNew and recently updated items - in chronological order. 19.3.23
Additions to an old review.  Two new Steve Gardham articles.  New George Gardiner article.  Magazine and Records - present and future.  Half Price Sale.  Season's Greetings 2020  Wonderful new Article.  MT Records website.  A Little Box of Delights.  Labour of Love Database - final data update.  New Email Addresses.  Musical Traditions Records.  Catch It, Bottle It, Paint It Green (MTCD379) now available.  MT Records and Magazine - the future.  New MT Records release.  American Songs in the British Folk Repertoire.  US Postal Rates 50% rise!  MT Records - a History + Labour of Love database - with new data.  Wait Till the Clouds Roll By (MTCD518-0) now available.  An Old World/New World Trilogy. 2019-20 CDs available as Downloads.  New MT Records release: George Belton - A True Furrow to Hold (MTCD378). 23.3.24
A more-or-less complete compilation of past Editorial pieces in chronological order 20.12.20
338 Articles, including all the 'paper' ones. 13.2.24
As above, but in alphabetical order 13.2.24
89 Shorter articles on subjects of interest, concern or outrage! 28.6.21
New of records, books, etc. 3.10.23
and Comment from all over ... 31.1.22
Have your say! 18.1.22
Musical Traditions Records Made-to-Order service 3.1.22
The MTDL downloadable CDs page.  View and buy downloadable versions of the complete catalogue. 18.3.21
New Notices of deaths and, where we have them, obituaries. 6.10.22
Mis-heard or mis-understood phrases in folk songs 20.3.17
Dungbeetle's ballad burrowings - by Steve Gardham 15.11.20
Making good progress towards a massive project 21.4.18
Record labels, distributors, second-hand, etc. 12.10.08
Up to date - and virtually complete 1.5.14
The complete Voice of the People suite 15.9.02
to many other sites of interest 3.5.12
Where to go for a tune or a song when far from home 15.11.21
For Sale, Barter, Wanted - records, books, instruments, whatever ...  None at present. 26.3.18
Lots of those lovely old pictures MT was famous for 22.7.11
Your recommendations of cheap series and exceptional one-offs … plus timeless classics and things to avoid 23.7.07
Editorial policy, contribution criteria, House Style, review guidelines, etc. 13.8.13
The past, present and future 1.1.17
How it's all arranged - get anywhere instantly! 13.8.13

Croston, West Lancashire - June 28 - 30th 2019. 27.6.18
a different kind of songbook - especially for singers.  14 songs, and growing ... 24.7.05
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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