Departmental Bulletin Paper 北海道童謡史 (2) : 黎明期の童謡詩人たち
History of Children's Songs in Hokkaido (2) : Writers of Children's Songs in the Region's Predawn Era

柴村, 紀代  ,  Kiyo, SHIBAMURA  ,  藤女子大学人間生活学部保育学科  ,  Department of Erarly Childhood Care and Education, Faculty of Human Life Sciences, Fuji Women's University

52p.101-111 , 2015-03-31
Children's songs spread across Japan in a children's magazine called Akai Tori (Red Bird), which was first published in 1918. The songs in the magazine were selected by Hakushu Kitahara, who had a great influence on writers of children's songs in Hokkaido. The history of children's songs in Hokkaido was discussed in the Bulletin of the Faculty of Human Life Science, Vol.51, of Fuji Women's University(2014). In this paper, writers of children's songs who supported the predawn era of Hokkaido and were not described fully in the previous paper are discussed.

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