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Negro folk music of Africa and America sound recording / edited by Harold Courlander

Negro folk music of Africa and America [sound recording] / edited by Harold Courlander
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commentator
Courlander, Harold 1908-1996
performer
Maman, Chere
Reed, Dock
Amerson, Rich
Coleman, Earthy Anne
Hibler, Rosie
commentator
Waterman, Richard Alan 1914-
Date
1951
Type
Phonograph records
Physical Description
2 phonograph records : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in
Restrictions & Rights
Access by appointment
Local number
FW04500
Folkways 4500
Folkways 450
Culture
Zulu (African people)
African Americans
South Africans
African
Yoruba (African people)
Nigerians
Igbo (African people)
Sudanese
Ethiopians
Amhara (African people)
Brazilians
Haitians
Colombians
Puerto Ricans
Lucumi
Cubans
Trinidadians
Anglo-American
Americans
Notes
Program notes by Harold Courlander and Richard Alan Waterman (4 p.) inserted in container.
Track information
101. Igane Kamalume / Vocal Group, Drums, Rattle. South Africa
102. Shayisa Inkasa / Vocal Group. South Africa
103. Music of Boatmen / Horn, Rattle, Sansa. Africa
104. Bara Sanabo - Bara / Drums,Vocal Group. Nigeria
105. Bara Sanabo - Bara / Drums,Vocal Group, Sansa, Sticks. Nigeria
201. Traveling Song / Drums,Vocal Group,Harp. Sudan
202. Festival Song / Drums,Vocal Group,Harp. Sudan
203. (Swahili) Bina Adamu / Drums,Vocal Group. Zanzibar
204. (Tigrai) Ballad / Vocal Group, Lyre. Ethiopia,Eritrea
205. (Amhara) Ballad / Vocal Group,. Ethiopia
301. Jesha Cult Song / Vocal Group,Drum, Rattle, Gong. Brazil
303. Worksong / Vocal Group,. Haiti
302. Cowherds' Festival / Vocal Group,Drum, Rattle,. Colombia
304. Juba Dance / Vocal Group, Drums. Haiti
305. Nago Dance / Vocal Group,Drums. Haiti
306. Merengue--Chere Maman / Chere Maman. Vocal Group. Haiti
307. Gallinita Toma Tu Maiz / Vocal Group, Drums. Puerto Rico
401. Lucumi Song / Vocal Group, Drums. Cuba
402. Ajo Ajo / Vocal Group. Trinidad
404. What Shall I Do to be Saved? / Dock Reed. Vocal Group, Drums. Alabama
405. Didn't You Hear My Lord When He Called / Rich Amerson, Earthy Anne Coleman. Vocal Group. Alabama
406. My Name Has Been Written Down / Rosie Hibler. Vocal Group. Mississippi
407. Move Members Move / Rosie Hibler. Vocal Group. Mississippi
Publisher number
FE 4500 Folkways
Repository Loc.
Smithsonian Institution, Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, 600 Maryland Ave., S.W., Suite 2001, Washington, D.C. 20024. Call 202-633-7322 for appointment. Fax: 202-633-7019. Email: rinzlerarchives@si.edu
Data Source
Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections
See more items in
Folkways Records Collection 1948-1986
Place
Africa
South America
Southern states
Southern States
Usage
Usage conditions apply