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The Resource Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas, by Beatrice Landeck ; instrumental arrangements by Milton Kaye ; English version of foreign lyrics by Margaret Marks ; drawings by Alexander Dobkin

Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas, by Beatrice Landeck ; instrumental arrangements by Milton Kaye ; English version of foreign lyrics by Margaret Marks ; drawings by Alexander Dobkin

Label
Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas
Title
Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas
Statement of responsibility
by Beatrice Landeck ; instrumental arrangements by Milton Kaye ; English version of foreign lyrics by Margaret Marks ; drawings by Alexander Dobkin
Title variation
Echoes of Africa
Creator
Contributor
Arranger
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
  • discography
  • bibliography
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Form of composition
folk music
Format of music
condensed score or piano conductor score
LC call number
ML3556
LC item number
.L363
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
Label
Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas, by Beatrice Landeck ; instrumental arrangements by Milton Kaye ; English version of foreign lyrics by Margaret Marks ; drawings by Alexander Dobkin
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Includes discussions of the origin of each folk song and instructions for performance
  • Includes index
  • Instrumental arrangements consist of acc. by percussion instruments in varying combinations
Bibliography note
  • "Records": pages 178-181
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 182-183) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Maiden's initiation.
  • Sugar Babe Blues.
  • Darlin' Corey.
  • Careless love.
  • Joe Turner blues
  • Minstrel songs.
  • Short'nin' bread.
  • Raise a ruckus tonight.
  • Liza Jane.
  • Buffalo Gals.
  • Oh, dem golden slippers
  • Youth's stick dance.
  • Mind your bittnet
  • Haiti.
  • Fai ogoun.
  • Melissa.
  • La place Congo.
  • Bon soir dames.
  • Mama send me.
  • 'Gelique O!
  • Africa.
  • Choucoune.
  • Panama'm tombé
  • Creole.
  • Michié Preval.
  • Aurore Pradere.
  • Carolin'.
  • Sweet Patate.
  • Michie Banjo.
  • Oh, didn't he ramble.
  • When the saints go marching in.
  • Badouma paddlers.
  • [Jazz arrangement of] When the saints go marching in
  • Cuba.
  • King of the river (Sikilanga).
  • If you hit me.
  • Ma Teodora.
  • Chopping the cane.
  • Guaracha.
  • Maria-la-O.
  • Congo passes.
  • Last rumba
  • Abatutsi girls.
  • Puerto Rico.
  • Baquine.
  • The seven daughters.
  • We come from the mountains.
  • Fresh fish today
  • Calypso.
  • Tingalayo.
  • Cordelia Brown.
  • Water come a me eye.
  • Hosanna.
  • O, Desayo!
  • Linstead market.
  • Day, dah light
  • Mexico.
  • Tico Tico.
  • Shepherdess
  • Brazil.
  • Incantations: Xango ; Aba L'Ogum.
  • Adeus, adeus.
  • Sing! sing! sing!
  • Bamba-lele.
  • Guess what I've got!
  • Boomba!
  • Jesu is crying.
  • Senhora of San Benito.
  • Shoo! Shoo! Barata!
  • Zinga-Za.
  • Don Francisco.
  • Jongo.
  • Amapola, La Creole-a
  • Venezuela.
  • Cowboy dance.
  • Strength of the lion.
  • Goodbye Venezuela
  • Panama.
  • Viva Panama.
  • A fair wind's blowing.
  • Ay, Caramba!
  • United States =
  • Street Cries.
  • Sweet Oranges.
  • Blueberries
  • Negro spirituals and shouts.
  • Buffalo driver's song.
  • Somebody's knocking at your door.
  • No hiding place.
  • Down by the riverside.
  • Every time I feel the spirit.
  • Come an' go with me.
  • That suits me.
  • Rock-a my soul
  • Work songs.
  • Looky yonder, where de sun done gone.
  • Peas n' the rice.
  • Rise and stretch!
  • Long John.
  • Chicka hanka.
  • Bring me li'l' water, Silvy.
  • Rock Island line
  • The Blues.
  • Go 'way from my window.
  • Chilly winds.
  • Ten thousand miles.
  • Ev'ry night when the sun goes in.
  • Midnight special.
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
viii, 184 pages
Lccn
60013333
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
ocm45263662
Label
Echoes of Africa in folk songs of the Americas, by Beatrice Landeck ; instrumental arrangements by Milton Kaye ; English version of foreign lyrics by Margaret Marks ; drawings by Alexander Dobkin
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Includes discussions of the origin of each folk song and instructions for performance
  • Includes index
  • Instrumental arrangements consist of acc. by percussion instruments in varying combinations
Bibliography note
  • "Records": pages 178-181
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 182-183) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Maiden's initiation.
  • Sugar Babe Blues.
  • Darlin' Corey.
  • Careless love.
  • Joe Turner blues
  • Minstrel songs.
  • Short'nin' bread.
  • Raise a ruckus tonight.
  • Liza Jane.
  • Buffalo Gals.
  • Oh, dem golden slippers
  • Youth's stick dance.
  • Mind your bittnet
  • Haiti.
  • Fai ogoun.
  • Melissa.
  • La place Congo.
  • Bon soir dames.
  • Mama send me.
  • 'Gelique O!
  • Africa.
  • Choucoune.
  • Panama'm tombé
  • Creole.
  • Michié Preval.
  • Aurore Pradere.
  • Carolin'.
  • Sweet Patate.
  • Michie Banjo.
  • Oh, didn't he ramble.
  • When the saints go marching in.
  • Badouma paddlers.
  • [Jazz arrangement of] When the saints go marching in
  • Cuba.
  • King of the river (Sikilanga).
  • If you hit me.
  • Ma Teodora.
  • Chopping the cane.
  • Guaracha.
  • Maria-la-O.
  • Congo passes.
  • Last rumba
  • Abatutsi girls.
  • Puerto Rico.
  • Baquine.
  • The seven daughters.
  • We come from the mountains.
  • Fresh fish today
  • Calypso.
  • Tingalayo.
  • Cordelia Brown.
  • Water come a me eye.
  • Hosanna.
  • O, Desayo!
  • Linstead market.
  • Day, dah light
  • Mexico.
  • Tico Tico.
  • Shepherdess
  • Brazil.
  • Incantations: Xango ; Aba L'Ogum.
  • Adeus, adeus.
  • Sing! sing! sing!
  • Bamba-lele.
  • Guess what I've got!
  • Boomba!
  • Jesu is crying.
  • Senhora of San Benito.
  • Shoo! Shoo! Barata!
  • Zinga-Za.
  • Don Francisco.
  • Jongo.
  • Amapola, La Creole-a
  • Venezuela.
  • Cowboy dance.
  • Strength of the lion.
  • Goodbye Venezuela
  • Panama.
  • Viva Panama.
  • A fair wind's blowing.
  • Ay, Caramba!
  • United States =
  • Street Cries.
  • Sweet Oranges.
  • Blueberries
  • Negro spirituals and shouts.
  • Buffalo driver's song.
  • Somebody's knocking at your door.
  • No hiding place.
  • Down by the riverside.
  • Every time I feel the spirit.
  • Come an' go with me.
  • That suits me.
  • Rock-a my soul
  • Work songs.
  • Looky yonder, where de sun done gone.
  • Peas n' the rice.
  • Rise and stretch!
  • Long John.
  • Chicka hanka.
  • Bring me li'l' water, Silvy.
  • Rock Island line
  • The Blues.
  • Go 'way from my window.
  • Chilly winds.
  • Ten thousand miles.
  • Ev'ry night when the sun goes in.
  • Midnight special.
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
viii, 184 pages
Lccn
60013333
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
ocm45263662

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