Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Aler, John
Basquin, Peter
Jackson, Clifford
Miner, John
New World Records
The Harmoneion Singers
Dates 1977
Location No Place, Unknown, Or Undetermined
Ohio
Subjects Choruses (Mixed Voices)
Hymns, English
Piano Music
Popular Songs of the Day
Social Change
Songs and Music
Work and Industry
Worship and Praise
Title
Where home is life in nineteenth-century Cincinnati, crossroads of the East and West
Description
compact disc | 1 compact disc | Recorded anthology of American music. (General). Songs, choruses, hymns, and piano music; John Aler, tenor; Clifford Jackson, baritone; Harmoneion Singers; Peter Basquin, piano or harmonium; John Miner, conductor. (General). Durations on container; historical and program notes by K. K. Sklar and J. Newsom and words of the vocal works (4 p.) bound in. (General). Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice). Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice). Compact Disc (Form). Compact Disc (Form).
Contributor Names
The Harmoneion Singers (performer)
Aler, John -- b. 1949 (vocalist)
Jackson, Clifford -- b. 1915 (vocalist)
Basquin, Peter -- b. 1943 (instrumentalist)
Miner, John (conductor)
Created / Published
New World Records, [n.p.], 1977, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Choruses (Mixed voices)
-  Piano music
-  Hymns, English
-  social change
-  songs and music
-  worship and praise
-  popular songs of the day
-  work and industry
Notes
-  Recorded anthology of American music. (General)
-  Songs, choruses, hymns, and piano music; John Aler, tenor; Clifford Jackson, baritone; Harmoneion Singers; Peter Basquin, piano or harmonium; John Miner, conductor. (General)
-  Durations on container; historical and program notes by K. K. Sklar and J. Newsom and words of the vocal works (4 p.) bound in. (General)
-  Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice)
-  Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice)
Form
compact disc
electronic
Extent
1 compact disc
2:02 min.
4:24 min.
6:02 min.
2:23 min.
3:53 min.
4:14 min.
1:57 min.
2:48 min.
1:30 min.
2:11 min.
1:02 min.
2:15 min.
1:47 min.
1:11 min.
4:06 min.
1:12 min.
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.100010967/mets.xml
LC Classification
New World 80251


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