It's unconscious memory, maybe; inherited memory, like folk-music.
Saved from the multitudinous distractions of town life, the love of the folk-music took root in his heart and grew undisturbed.
The work, which does not appear to have become a repertory opera, is worth the study of those who are interested in folk-music.
You're finding out much quicker than I. It's all folk-music to you still; to me Strauss and the rest of the tired stuff.
The folk-music of no nation is more endowed with individuality and depth of emotion.
This tendency is prevalent in folk-music, especially that of the Russians and Scandinavians.
Above all, this music is purely instrumental and therefore different from all other folk-music.
When we pass into Somersetshire the folk-music assumes quite a different character.
The folk-music of the negro slaves is most frequently mentioned as the right foundation for a strictly American school.
Generally speaking, however, Chopin has more of the spirit than of the form of Polish folk-music.