Various - Negro Folk Music Of Alabama Volume 1 - Secular (Vinyl, LP)
Label: Ethnic Folkways Library - P 417 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
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Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 5: Spirituals, an Album by Dock Reed & Vera Hall Ward. Released in on Folkways (catalog no. FE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: A cappella, Spirituals.
Negro Folk Songs of Alabama is a series of six records put out by Moses Asch and Harold Courlander on Folkways Records in the s. The recordings include traditional African American music forms such as field calls and work songs. The recordings have subsequently been reissued.
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Negro folk music which contribute valuable study materials to the total picture have been gathered by John and Alan Lomax and others for the Library of Congress. And Frederick Ramsey. Jr., has documented certain aspects of Negro folk music of this general region in a series of recordings issued by Folkways Records in
The first of six volumes, Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 1: Secular Music brings together pumping harmonica solos, field calls, ring game songs, and a rendition of "Brer Rabbit and the Alligators." The 14 secular-based field recordings heard here were collected by Harold Courlander in western Alabama during the first few months of
Oct 06, · Rec. Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 1: Secular Music During slavery days in the South the plantation laborers were not permitted to .
This album is the fifth in a series of volumes dedicated to " American negro music," showcasing spirituals performed by Dock Reed () and Vera Hall Ward (). Reed was a deeply religious man whose repertoire was stayed within spiritual music rather than secular or " .