Audio Recordings Helleno-Americanike Nea Genia

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Anastassio, George
Anastassiou, George
Anastassiou, Professor George
Cook, Robert
Cook, Robert Harrison
Kennedy, Stetson
Morris, Alton C.
Morris, Alton Chester
Dates 1939
Location Florida
Tarpon Springs
United States
Language Greek
Subjects Ethnography
Field Recordings
Greek Americans
Greek Songs
Immigrant Songs
Immigrants
Music
Pinellas County
Songs
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Vocals
Title
Helleno-Americanike Nea Genia
Contributor Names
Anastassiou, George (performer)
Morris, Alton Chester (collector)
Cook, Robert Harrison (collector)
Kennedy, Stetson (collector)
Anastassiou, George (speaker)
Anastassiou, George (speaker)
Morris, Alton Chester (speaker)
Created / Published
Tarpon Springs, Florida, 1939-08-28.
Subject Headings
-  Greek Americans
-  Immigrants -- Songs and music
-  Greek Americans -- Music
-  United States -- Florida -- Tarpon Springs -- place of recording
Genre
Field recordings
Songs
Notes
-  A Greek song about the Greek-American experience, with an announcement in English. The singer is director of the Byzantine Choir of Tarpon Springs, Florida.
-  Tarpon Springs was settled by Greek sponge fishers in 1905.
-  The sound quality of this recording is extremely poor. It has been included online because the melody line can still be identified.
-  Performance Note: "Helleno-Americanike Nea Genia" (vocals) performed by Evee G. Anastassiou at Tarpon Springs, Florida, on August 28, 1939.
-  Performer referred to elsewhere as Professor George Anastassious, Professor George Anastassio, or George Anastassio
Form
sound recording
sound disc
Extent
1 sound disc (1 minute, 21 seconds) : analog ; 12 in.
Repository
AFC 1939/026: AFS 03538 B04 DLC-AFC American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.afc.afcflwpa.3538b4/mets.xml
Access Condition
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