Collection : Album V : Bahaman Songs, French Ballads and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs and Games : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]

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Title
Album V : Bahaman Songs, French Ballads and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs and Games : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]
Depositor / contributor
Lomax, John ; Lomax, Alan et al. (Contrib.)
Document status
Published
Recording context
Terrain
Recording period
1934 - 1940
Year published
1942
Access type
metadata
Corpus
Archive of American Folk Song

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Etats-Unis, Île du Chat, Nassau, Nouveau-Mexique, Texas
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Recordist
Lomax, John ; Lomax, Alan et al.
Publisher
Library of Congress, Washington
Publisher collection
Folk music of the United States
Publisher reference
L.C.25-27 (AAFS 21 - 25)
Bibliographic references
Bahaman songs ; French ballads and dance tunes ; Spanish religious songs and game songs : from the Archive of American Folk Song / edited by Alan Lomax. - Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, 1942. - 5 sound discs : analog, 78 rpm ; 10-12 in.
Publisher no.: 5 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
AAFS 21 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
AAFS 22 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
AAFS 23 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
AAFS 24 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
AAFS 25 Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory
Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_1948_001_021
Old code
DI.1948.001.021
Mode of acquisition
Echange (avec l'éditeur)
Record author
- Auteur
Secondary edition
Non
Comments
Mode d'acquisition : Échange avec la bibliothèque du Congrès à Washington.
AFS L5:
Bahaman Songs, French Ballads and Dance Tunes, Spanish Religious Songs and Games. Recorded in the Bahamas, 1935 ; Louisiana, 1934; southwest U.S., 1934-40, by John and Alan Lomax and others. Edited by Alan Lomax.
"Dig My Grave," "Round the Bay of Mexico", and "Bowline", sung by David Pryor and Henry Lundy
"Sail, Gal", led by Elizabeth Austin
"Hallie Rock", sung with drum by group
"Bimini Gal", sung and played by Nassau String Band
"Le Plus Jeune des Trois", sung by Julien Hofpauir
"Sept Ans sur Mer", sung by Elida Hofpauir and her sister
"Les Clefs de la Prison", sung by Elida Hofpauir
"Acadian Waltz" and "Acadian Blues", played on fiddle by Wayne Perry
"Petite Fille à Albert Moreau", sung with fiddle by Eddie Segura
"O Chère 'Tite Fille", sung with accordion by Ogdel Carrier
"Joe Férail", sung with fiddle by Eddie Segura
"Songs from `Los Pastores'", sung by Franquilino Miranda and group
"Songs from `El Niño Perdido'" and "El Tecolote", sung by Ricardo Archuleta
"La Batalla Del Ojo De Agua", sung with guitar by José Suarez
"Mexican Children's Games", sung by Josephine Gonziãles and group.
Cette collection regroupe 5 disques cotés :
DI.1948.001.021
DI.1948.001.022
DI.1948.001.023
DI.1948.001.024
DI.1948.001.025.
Record writer
- Collecteur
Last modification
Dec. 12, 2013, 3:10 p.m.
Items finished
Oui (19 items) - A reprendre et à vérifier
Conservation site
BNF

Technical data

Estimated duration
00:06:00
Collection size
0 bytes
Number of components (medium / piece)
10
Number of items
19
Archive format
Disque 78 t, Ø 25 cm

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Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
DIG MY GRAVE A01 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Nassau 1935 DI.1948.001.021A01
ROUND THE BAY OF MEXICO A02 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Nassau 1935 DI.1948.001.021A02
BOW LINE A03 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Nassau 1935 DI.1948.001.021A03
SAIL, GAL B01 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Île du Chat 1935 DI.1948.001.021B01
HALLIE ROCK B02 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Nassau 1935 DI.1948.001.021B02
BIMINI GAL B03 ALAN LOMAX & MARY ELIZABETH BARNICLE Nassau 1935 DI.1948.001.021B03
LE PLUS JEUNE DES TROIS A JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.022A
SEPT ANS SUR MER B01 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.022B01
LES CLES DE LA PRISON B02 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.022B02
ACADIAN WALTZ A01 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.023A01
ACADIAN BLUES A02 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.023A02
PETITE FILLE A ALBERT MOREAU A03 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.023A03
O CHERE 'TITE FILLE B01 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.023B01
JOE FERAIL B02 JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Etats-Unis 1934 DI.1948.001.023B02
CHANTS DE "LOS PASTORES" A JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Texas 1934 DI.1948.001.024A
CHANTS DE "EL NINO PERDIDO" B JUAN B. RAEL Nouveau-Mexique DI.1948.001.024B
EL TOCOLOTE A01 JUAN B. RAEL Nouveau-Mexique 1940 DI.1948.001.025A01
LA BATAILLE DEL OJO DE AGUA A02 JOHN A. & RUBY LOMAX Texas 1939 DI.1948.001.025A02
MEXICAN CHILDREN'S GAMES B JOHN A. & ALAN LOMAX Texas 1934 DI.1948.001.025B