Lucy Etheldred Broadwood

Born: 9th August 1858

Died: 22nd August 1929

Birthplace: Melrose, Scotland

Lucy Etheldred Broadwood was an English folksong collector and researcher during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As one of the founder members of the Folk-Song Society and Editor of the Folk Song Journal, she was one of the main influences of the English folk revival of that period. She was an accomplished singer, composer, piano accompanist, and amateur poet. She was much sought after as a song and choral singing adjudicator at music festivals throughout England, and was also one of the founders of the Leith Hill Music Festival in Surrey.

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