English words; also printed as text preceding score. "Facsimile printing from the manuscript by the composer." Duration: ca. 45:00. On p. 43: Orrs Island, Maine - Media, Pennsylvania, August, 2004. Program notes by the composer in English. Publisher's no.: Edition Peters No. 68076.
Principally popular songs for one or unison voices in part with harmonized refrains (SATB); piano acc. Includes bibliographical references and index. LC copy has "Edition 1.0 (2/02)" on t.p. verso, probably an unusual means by which the publisher indicates printing runs, and which given as an edition statement does not facilitate copy cataloging. (vl16)
"The Gettysburg rap was originally a graduate thesis project designed to test the efficacy of music as a mnemonic for fifth grade regular educational content ... Subsequently it is being incorporated into the regular teaching activities of the American Civil War ... "--Pref. Words also printed as text. Includes instructional guide ( p.) for elementary school teachers.
Accompaniment for piano, including chord symbols; a compact disc with vocal and instrumental tracks only is available from the publisher. Suitable for students from the 5th grade through middle school.
Principally for unison voices with piano acc. Although the content is associated with African-American children, the publication is intended both for the use of a variety of age groups and as a resource guide for educators, musicians, church attendees, and families.
Principally songs in score with melody, bass, and chord symbols, and unaccompanied dance tunes with chord symbols. English words. "David [K. Hildebrand] proofed and chorded much of the music and he wrote the introduction and the complex essays on 'The Star-Spangled Banner' and 'The Anacreontic Song'" -- Ackowledgements. Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-242) and index.
Principally melodies with chord symbols. Companion to the recording Moving west songs with historical narration. Includes commmentary before each selection. Includes bibliographical references (p. 84) and index.
Reproduction of a binder's collection of sheet music published in the United States between 1822 and 1857, collected by Emily Esperanza McKissick (1836-1919); consists principally of popular songs for voice and piano, in part with choral refrains. Also includes part songs and piano music. Includes introductory commentaries by each editor (p. 3-35). Includes bibliographical references and indexes.