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folk·way

 (fōk′wā′)
n.
A practice, custom, or belief shared by the members of a group as part of their common culture: studying the folkways of Appalachia.

folk•way

(ˈfoʊkˌweɪ)
n.
a traditional way of living, thinking, or acting in a particular social group; custom.
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National Museum through its Smithsonian Folkways Recordings became the exclusive publisher of the UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music of the World, a series of more than a hundred pioneering audio recordings of the worlds traditional music.
Many of these recordings were released on their own label, Greenhays Records, and on Folkways.
It was these consequences which issued in the mores, for in a society built on slavery as the form productive industry, all the mores, obeying the strain of consistency, must conform to that as the chief of the folkways.
The first LP I bought was the Folkways record Lead Belly's Last Sessions Part 4.
Her work on television led to her introduction to a Folkways music director, who signed her to a recording contract in 1956, and the release of her first album the following year.
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Asch churned out dozens of releases each year on his label, Folkways Records, covering marginalized sounds from every corner of the globe.
Drawn from Smithsonian Folkways archives the 23 selections comprising "Classic Celtic Music from Smithsonian Folkways" spans the diversity of Celtic regions and showcasing a fascinating spectrum of styles.