Name: Professor: Course: Date: The Arabic Focusing on the thought of this song: it’s aired out in a serious mourning and pitiful tone and mood. John Doyle explains the struggles he faces as his family did long before him. Doyle is owned by Roscommons rough lands where he ploughs the earth and digs potatoes in the strong store. Work cited Bohlman Philip V. The study of folk music in the modern world. Indiana University Press 1988. Epstein Dena J. Sinful tunes and spirituals: Black folk music to the Civil War. Vol. 413. University of Illinois Press 2003. Sondhaus Lawrence. German Submarine Warfare in World War I: The Onset of Total War at Sea. Rowman & Littlefield 2017. [...]
Please comment on the song and performance of The Arabic and give your thoughts and opinions on why such music cannot get airplay as it might have 50 or 60 years ago.