Collection : Album XVIII : Folk music of Puerto Rico : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]

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Title
Album XVIII : Folk music of Puerto Rico : from the Archive of American Folk Song [5 Disques]
Depositor / contributor
Yurchenco, Henrietta (éd.)
Document status
Published
Recording context
Terrain
Recording period
1946 - 1946
Year published
1947
Access type
metadata
Corpus
Archive of American Folk Song

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Porto Rico, San Juan
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Recordist
Waterman, Richard A.
Publisher
Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, Washington
Publisher collection
Folk music of the United States
Publisher reference
AAFS 86 - 90
Bibliographic references
Folk music of Puerto Rico : from the Archive of American Folk Song / Edited by Henrietta Yurchenco. - Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, Division of Music, Recording Laboratory, 1947. - 5 sound discs : analog, 78 rpm ; 12 in.
Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031
Old code
DI.1950.011.031
Mode of acquisition
Echange
Record author
- Auteur
Secondary edition
Non
Comments
Mode d'acquisition : Échange avec la bibliothèque du Congrès à Washington.
Ce dossier fait partie d'une collection constituée au cours de l'été 1946 sous le parrainage conjoint de la Bibliothèque du Congrès et le Bureau de l'information pour Puerto Rico.
AFS L18 : Folk Music of Puerto Rico. Recorded in Puerto Rico by Richard A. Waterman, 1946. Edited by Richard A. Waterman :
"Three "Aguinaldos", sung by Rafaela Padilla, with guitar by Manuel Rodriguez Robles
"Seis Villarán", sung with guitar by Ernesto Marcano Pierño, with accordion, sinfonía, and maracas
"Paloma del Monte", sung by Isaac Rivera Ayende, Marcelino Oguenda, and group
"No lo Llores Madre", led by Ramona Pizarro
"Hijo a la Guerra" and "Candela es", sung with guitar by Arcadio Contares with sinfonía and güiro
"Arroz con Leche" and "Mata Rile", sung with guitar by Emilio Santana Solís
"Franklin Delano Roosevelt", sung by Timoteo Quiñones, with guitar by Manuel Rodriguez Robles
"Gozos a la Santisima Cruz", "Que Viva", and "Mayo Florido", sung by Marina Benítez, Barbarita Delgado, María Cristina Rivera, and chorus.

La collection regroupe 5 disques cotés :
DI.1950.011.031
DI.1950.011.032
DI.1950.011.033
DI.1950.011.034
DI.1950.011.035.
Record writer
Adeline Montintin, 2013 (CDD Culture)
Last modification
Dec. 12, 2013, 12:24 p.m.
Items finished
Oui (11 items)
Conservation site
BNF

Technical data

Collection size
0 bytes
Number of components (medium / piece)
10
Number of items
11
Archive format
Disque 78 t, Ø 30 cm

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Items

Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
Three "Aguinaldos" Disque1_FaceA_01 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_001_01
Seis Villarán Disque1_FaceB_02 Waterman, Richard A. San Juan 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_001_02
Paloma del monte Disque2_FaceA_01 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_002_01
No lo llores madres (Baquiné long) Disque2_FaceB_02 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_002_02
Hijo a la guerra (an Aguinaldo) Disque3_FaceA_01 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_003_01
Candela es Disque3_FaceB_02 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_003_02
Arroz con Leche (Children's game song) Disque4_FaceA_01 Waterman, Richard A. San Juan 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_004_01
Mata Rile (Children's game song) Disque4_FaceA_02 Waterman, Richard A. San Juan 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_004_02
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Disque4_FaceB_03 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_004_03
Gozos a la Santisima Cruz (Rosario Canta'o) Disque5_FaceA_01 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_005_01
Que Viva, suivi de Mayo Florido Disque5_FaceB_02 Waterman, Richard A. Porto Rico 1946 CNRSMH_E_1950_011_031_005_02