5 edition of Negro Folk-Songs (The Hampton Series, Books I-IV Complete) found in the catalog.
October 24, 2001
by Dover Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Negro folk-songs Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Book 1 of 4 of songs as sung at the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute O ride on, Jesus -- Go down, Moses -- Couldn't hear nobody pray -- Good news, Chariot's comin'! Addeddate The full annotations show the history of each song and its connection with other published songs. There are indexes of titles and first lines, an extensive bibliography, and five appendixes containing specimens of tunes and of several types of early American songs closely related to the folk-songs of the negro.
Folk Song Of The American Negro - online book An investigation into traditional American negro folk songs with some lyrics & sheet music examples. By John Wesley Work, A.M. Professor Of Latin And History Fisk University c Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. religious and secular songs. Explains the origins and nature of various types of Afro-American folk songs. This book by Work did much to establish the Negro folk song as musical form. A magnificent collection of genuine negro folk songs assembled by Dr. John W. Work of Fisk University.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: White, Newman Ivey, American negro folk-songs. Abstract. Negro Folk Songs As Sung by Lead Belly is a multi-author work, the result of a collaboration between Alan Lomax, John A. Lomax, Huddie Ledbetter, and George Herzog. Each man had a distinct combination of privilege and disprivilege, and, as a result, his own effect on Ledbetter’s representation within Negro Folk Songs.
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One of the first and finest studies of African American folk music, this thorough volume offers a perceptive history and analysis of spirituals, ballads, blues, jazz, and other genres. Includes versions of over 40 folk songs, including "Wake Up Jonah," "Rock Chariot," "Wonder Where Is My Brother Gone," and many others.()Author: Natalie Curtis Burlin.
Excerpt from Negro Folk-Songs: Books I-II, Spirituals; Books III-IV, Work-and Play-Songs It has been the object of the author to make this little foreword as non-technical as possible, couching it in language that may easily be comprehended by' the layman. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.5/5(1).
Negro Folk-Songs: The Hampton Series, Books I-IV Complete Paperback – Septem by Natalie Curtis-Burlin (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Paperback.
Several books collecting and commenting on black American folk songs were published in the s, and this page book is the by: One of the first and finest studies of African American folk music, this thorough volume offers a perceptive history and analysis of spirituals, ballads, blues, jazz, and other genres.
Includes versions of over 40 folk songs, including "Wake Up Jonah," "Rock Chariot," "Wonder Where Is My Brother Gone," and many others.()Cited by: 8.
On the Trail of Negro Folk-Songs by Dorothy Scarborough. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “On the Trail of Negro Folk-Songs” 4/5(2). A collection of over eight hundred songs, representing most of the southern states and every type of negro folk-song.
There are short chapters on twelve of the thirteen groups of songs, and longer 5/5(1). By Natalie Curtis Burlin. Vocal Book. Authentic record of traditional plantation songs sung by students at Virginia's Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, brilliantly compiled and notated. 19 transcriptions of spirituals, work-songs and play-songs, each scored for male quartet with piano reduction of vocal parts, from "Go Down, Moses" toCategory: Song Folio.
Folk Songs of the American Negro, Issue 1 Folk Songs of the American Negro, Frederick Jerome Work: Editor: Frederick Jerome Work: Publisher: Work Brothers, Original from: Northwestern University: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. On The Trail Of Negro Folk-Songs-online book.
A collection of negro folk songs with lyrics, sheet music & commentaries. By Dorothy Scarborough Assisted By Ola Lee Quiledge Copyright, By Harvard University Press. HomeMain MenuSinging & PlayingOrder & Order. About This Book. Title. Negro folk-songs. Author. Burlin, Natalie Curtis, ,Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (Va.) Collections.
smithsonian. Sponsor & Contributor. Smithsonian Libraries. About This Book. In Negro Folk Rhymes is to be found no inconsiderable part of the musical and poetic life-records of a people; the compiler presents an arresting volume which, in addition to being a pioneer and, practically unique in its field, is as nearly exhaustive as a sympathetic understanding of the Negro mind, careful research, and labor of love can make it.
American Negro Songs: Folk Songs and Spirituals, Religious and Secular (Dover Books on Music) by Work, John W. and a great selection of related books, art. According to noted Negro musician Dr. Melville Charlton, organist of the Union Theological Seminary at New York for 18 years, "a Spiritual is in a specific sense as an American Negro religious folk-song." He would also include any Negro religious song, not composed, in this category.
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No eBook available On the Trail of Negro Folk-songs. Dorothy Scarborough, Ola Lee Gulledge. Harvard University Press, - Music - Reviews: 1. The Paperback of the Negro Folk-Songs: Books I-IV Complete by Natalie Curtis-Burlin at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
Due to COVID, orders may be : "OF THE BOOKS CONCERNED WITH FOLK-SONG, THAT OF PROFESSOR WHITE IS THE WIDEST-RANGING AND THE PROFOUNDEST": AMERICAN NEGRO FOLK-SONGS, FIRST EDITION (BLACK AMERICANA) WHITE, Newman I. American Negro Folk-Songs. Product Details This collection of Negro folk songs represents a faithful effort to place on paper a precise record of old traditional plantation songs, exactly as they were sung by black students at Virginia's Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute.
Read the full-text online edition of American Negro Folk-Songs (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, American Negro Folk-Songs American Negro Folk-Songs. Negro Folk Songs as Sung by Lead Belly King of the Twelve-String Guitar Players of the World, Long-Time Convict in the Penitentiaries of Texas & Louisiana Lomax, John A.
& Alan (transcribed, selected & ed.) Published by Macmillan, ().This first edition of Negro Folk Songs, compiled by renowned folklorists John Lomax and his son Alan, is an exceptional copy signed by its subject and co-author—famed bluesman Huddie Ledbetter.
Best known as Lead Belly, he was born “the only son of hard-working sharecroppers.Read this book on Questia. The subject of Negro folk music has been with us for a long while now, and, when I began to put this book together, I entertained the thought that perhaps there was really nothing new to say about it.