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  • Marinaro = The Sailor

    Mario Olmeda, unaccompanied vocals. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on February 13, 1939. Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. In Italian. Forms part of ...

    Contributor: Olmeda, Mario - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Mario Olmeda Performing Italian Songs, February 13, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • La pasion infeliz = Unhappy love

    Jessie de Soto, unaccompanied vocals. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on February 10, 1939. Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. In Spanish. Forms part ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • Higuera = Fig tree

    Inscribed on dust jacket by Sidney Robertson Cowell: "Higuera was Mrs. de Soto's maiden name." Dust jacket notes: Two-step. Jessie de Soto, vocals and guitar. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • No me digas adios = Don't tell me goodbye

    Jessie de Soto, vocals and guitar. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on August 14, 1939. Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. In Spanish. Forms ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • No te parte' de mi = Never leave me

    Inscribed on dust jacket by Sidney Robertson Cowell: She always sings this following "Suspiro de una mujer." Jessie de Soto, unaccompanied vocals. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on January ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • Todas las aves = All the birds

    Jessie de Soto, unaccompanied vocals. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on February 10, 1939. Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. In Spanish. Forms part ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • Supieres, fresca rose = If you knew, sweet rose

    Jessie de Soto, vocals and guitar. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on August 14, 1939. Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. In Spanish. Forms ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939

  • El borrachito fumado = The Drunkard

    We believe song title is not accurate, but are not able to supply a better one. Jessie de Soto, unaccompanied vocals. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Concord, California on February 10, ...

    Contributor: Soto, Jessie De - Cowell, Sidney Robertson - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
    Site/Collection: American Folklife Center - California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell - American Memory - Jessie De Soto Performing Spanish Songs from California, 1939 - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Performing Arts Encyclopedia
    Original Format: Audio Recordings
    Date: 1939