Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Group of Young People
Morris, Alton C.
Morris, Alton Chester
Organ
Tuhy, Rev. S. M.
Tuhy, Rev. Stephen M. (S. M.)
Tuhy, Stephen M., Rev
Unidentified Young People
Dates 1939
Location Florida
Slavia
United States
Language Slovak
Subjects [St. Luke's Lutheran Church]
Ethnography
Field Recordings
Music
Religious Songs
Seminole County
Slavia, Florida
Slovak Americans
Slovak Songs
Songs
Vocals with Organ
Title
A Slovak Easter Song
Contributor Names
Unidentified young people (performer)
Tuhy, Stephen M., Rev. (performer)
Morris, Alton Chester (collector)
Morris, Alton Chester (speaker)
Created / Published
Slavia, Florida, 1939-08-31.
Subject Headings
-  Slovak Americans
-  Religious songs
-  Slovak Americans -- Music
-  United States -- Florida -- Slavia -- place of recording
Genre
Field recordings
Songs
Notes
-  The organ accompaniment, furnished by Rev. S. M. (Stephen M.) Tuhy, pastor of the Lutheran Church of Slavia, Florida, is played on a 55-year-old two-manual reed organ which is pumped by hand.
-  The Slavia colony in Florida was established by Slovaks who had first settled in Cleveland in 1912.
-  Performance Note: "A Slovak Easter Song" (vocals with organ) performed by a group of young people, and Rev. Stephen M. (S. M.) Tuhy, organ, at [St. Luke's Lutheran Church], Slavia, Florida, on August 31, 1939.
-  Performers referred to elsewhere as group of young people
-  Performer referred to elsewhere as Rev. S. M. Tuhy
Form
sound recording
sound disc
Extent
1 sound disc (1 minute, 53 seconds) : analog ; 12 in.
Repository
AFC 1939/026: AFS 03539 A08 DLC-AFC American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.afc.afcflwpa.3539a8/mets.xml
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