9 thoughts on “ The Singing Alphabet - Various - Anglo-American Songs And Ballads (Vinyl) ”

  1. Issued with a 21 page informational booklet. This LP contains two tracks that are not included in the CD Reissue on Rounder Various - Anglo-American Ballads, Volume One. This LP should not be confused with Various - Anglo-American Ballads which both are released under the same name "Anglo-American Ballads" by The Library Of Congress Recording Laboratory, but has Catalog /5(2).
  2. Comment: M-, shrink, insert, 80s issue; VARIOUS: anglo-american songs and ballads LP, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Anglo-American Ballads on Discogs. Label: The Library Of Congress - AFS L7 • Series: Folk Music Of The United States - AFS L7 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk5/5(1).
  4. ANGLO-AMERICAN SONGS AND BALLADS. AI-A3-CRIPPLE CREEK, GIT ALONG DOWN TO TOWN, and KICKING MULE. Sung with five­ string banjo by Henry King accompanied by the King family on guitar, mandolin, and bass, at Visalia, Calif., Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin. The three songs on this record, played and sung.
  5. shellac (the famous clear red vinyl was to come later). The albums patriotically mixed ten-inch and twelve-inch records-shellac was being ra­ tioned in The six albums in the series were planned to exhibit the main varieties of American folk. music: I. Anglo-American Ballads II. Anglo-Ameriean Shanties, Lyric Songs.
  6. Anglo-American music is derived from the English culture of the Thirteen Colonies of the United States and has been a founding influence for American folk and popular music.. Overview. Many American folk songs use the same music, but with new lyrics, often as parodies of the original material. [citation needed] Anglo-American songs can also be distinguished from British songs by having fewer.
  7. Sung on record and described in liner notes with Hermes Nye’s characteristic down-home humor, Anglo-American ballads on this album come from a variety of sources, from an Elizabethan torch song in Shakespeare’s Hamlet to a version of "John Peel" taken from a Girl Scout songbook!
  8. [V/A] Anglo-American Songs and Ballads: Edited by Duncan B. M. Emrich *Folk Music of the United States Series (Library of Congress, AAFS L20) mp3 + Flac Side A 1. Cripple Creek - Henry King and Family 2. Git Along Down To Town - Henry King and Family 3. Kicking Mule - Henry King and Family 4. A Railroader For Me - Russ Pike 5.
  9. This course examines the production, transmission, preservation and qualities of folk music in the British Isles and North America from the 18th century to the folk revival of the s and the present. There is a special emphasis on balladry, fiddle styles, and African-American influences. The class sings ballads and folk songs from the Child and Lomax collections as well as other sources as.

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