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Various - Bahaman Songs, French Ballads and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs and Games album download
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Bahaman Songs, French Ballads and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs and Game Songs. VI. Songs from tbe Iroquois Longhouse. Each album included a brochure with tran­. scriptions of the texts sung on the reeords and. notes on the music and performers. 6. The records are dedicated to the preserva­ tion of the old songs and styles of the folk, principally interpreted by older musicians, with little attempt to document the new styles and songs that werc emerging. The next-to-Iast cut of L2, complete with Hawaiian guitar, for ex­ ample, is offered as a single sample of "Ameri­ can folk music, 1942.

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Bahaman Songs, French Ballads, and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs & Game Songs. Library of Congress AAFS L5, 1956. DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 746 + text. NOTES: Festival, carnival and processional songs, dance music, and Christmas carols from the Department of Lambayeque in northern Peru. Douglass compact disc CX3730. The Mantaro Valley SF 40467, p1995. NOTES: Work, funeral, and ritual songs and traditional dance music from Peru's Mantaro Valley. Douglass compact disc CX3728. Mountain music of Peru Smithsonian Folkways CD SF 40020, p1991.

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Tracklist

A1 Dig My Grave
A2 Round the Bay of Mexico
A3 Bow Line
A4 Sail, Gal
A5 Hallie Rock
A6 Bimini Gal
A7 Le Plus Jeune des Trois
A8 Sept Ans sur Mer
A9 Les Clefs de la Prison
A10 Acadian Waltz
A11 Acadian Blues
A12 Petite Fille à Albert Moreau
A13 O Chère 'Tite Fille
A14 Joe Férail
B1 through B3 Songs From "Los Pastores"
B4 through B6 Songs from "El Niño Perdido"
B7 El Tecolote
B8 La Batalla Del Ojo De Agua
B9 through B14 Mexican Children's Games

Credits

  • Edited By – Alan Lomax

Notes

Folk Music of the United States
Library of Congress Catalog No.: R53-578
Red wax with blue label
Recorded in the Bahamas, 1935; Louisiana, 1934; southwest U.S., 1934-40, by John and Alan Lomax and others. Edited by Alan Lomax.