• Audio Recording
    Hooneymoon [sic] march
    Honeymoon march
    sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, 62.5 rpm, mono. ; 7 in. | Composed by George Rosey. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. Production level cataloging. Performed by an unidentified pianist. (Performers). Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. (Additional Physical Form). Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 1982. 1 sound ...
    • Contributor: E. Berliner's Gramophone - Rosey, Geo. (George) - Rosey, Geo - Rosey, George (Author) - [unidentified Pianist] (Performer)
    • Date: 189?---
  • Audio Recording
    Amazing grace (used to be her favorite song) sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, stereo. ; 7 in. | Publisher: Fourth Floor Music, Inc. (ASCAP) ABC-12142-A. Mx: 45-14859-S (Source Note). 2 minutes (Extent). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Abc Records - Amazing Rhythm Aces - Smith, H. R. - Burton, Barry "byrd"
    • Date: 1975
  • Audio Recording
    Come by Here
    Kumbayah
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Cylinder recording. Some scratchy sounds. (Source Note). Forms part of the Robert Winslow Gordon Cylinder Recordings Collection. (Source). Recorded in 1926. (Date). This is the first known recording of "Come by Here," a song that came to be known as "Kumbayah." (Content). Sung in "Gullah," or Sea Islands Creole Dialect. (Content). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Gordon, Robert Winslow - Wylie, H.
  • Audio Recording
    Roll the Old Chariot Along and Haul the Woodpile Down Sea shanties recorded by Robert W. Gordon in the San Francisco Bay Area of California in the early 1920s (singers unknown). Gordon Cylinder Collection (cyl.50, CAL 103, CAL 104) sound recording | 1 cylinder. | Gordon Cylinder Collection. (Source). Sea shanties recorded by Robert W. Gordon in the San Francisco Bay Area of California in the early 1920s. (Content). The recording of "Haul the ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Gordon, Robert Winslow
    • Date: 1978
  • Audio Recording
    Old Granny Hare
    "Old Molly Hare"
    Sung by William Ernest Bird in Cullowhee, North Carolina, October 28, 1925. Gordon Cylinder Collection. sound recording | 1 cylinder. | Performed by Professor W. E. Bird of Cullowhee State Normal School at Cullowhee, Jackson County, North Carolina, in the mountains to the southwest of Asheville. (Content). Gordon Cylinder Collection. (Source). October 28, 1925. (Date). This song was published on the Library of Congress ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Bird, William Ernest - Gordon, Robert Winslow
    • Date: 1978
  • Audio Recording
    Haul Away sound recording | 1 cylinder. | Recorded in the Eastern U.S (Venue). Recorded ca. 1930 to 1932. (Date). Robert Winslow Gordon Cylinder Collection. (Source Note). This song was published on the Library of Congress long playing record, "Folk-Songs of America: The Robert Winslow Gordon Collection," in 1978, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Archive of Folk Culture. (Source Note). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Wilkins, A. - Gordon, Robert Winslow
    • Date: 1978
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    Hijo, hijo, mira esta muher sound recording | 1 disc. | Recorded by John A. and Alan Lomax in San Antonio, Texas. (Venue). John A. and Alan Lomax 1934-35 Southern States Recording Trip Collection. (Source Note). Recorded in May 1934. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Gonzales, Josephine - Gonzales, Aurora - Manchaco, Pearl - Flores, Adela - Trujillo, Lia - Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Lomax, Alan
  • Audio Recording
    Calling Trains sound recording | 1 sound recording | First pubished on Library of Congress LP AFS L61 "Railroad Songs and Ballads," edited by Archie Green. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in 1936. (Date). Recorded at State Penitentiary, Parchman, Mississippi. (Venue). This railroad call is performed by an unidentified former railroad train caller. (Content). John A. Lomax Southern States Collection, 1933-1937 (Source). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, John A. (John Avery)
    • Date: 1968
  • Audio Recording
    Hush-a-Bye-Baby; The Jolly Boatman
    • Contributor: Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-06-27
  • Audio Recording
    Mary, Don't You Weep; Little Sally Waters
    • Contributor: Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-06-28
  • Audio Recording
    The Clever Skipper
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    Take a Trip on the Canal if You Want to Have Fun [part 1 of 3]
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    Take a Trip on the Canal if You Want to Have Fun [part 2 of 3]
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    Take a Trip on the Canal if You Want to Have Fun [part 3 of 3...
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    Riding on the Elevated Railroad; The Cruel Ship's Carpenter [...
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    The Cruel Ship's Carpenter [part 2 of 2]; Lord Uhlan's Daughter
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    The Gospel Chariot; The Dying Cowboy
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    The Roving Gambler; Erin's Green Shore
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    The Old Skipper
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    We're Going to Pump Out Lake Erie; In a Storm at Sea; A Canal...
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    Moonlight Dance (Yellowbud gals); Canal Boat Wedding; Down th...
    • Contributor: Lomax, Alan - Sturz, Elizabeth Lyttleton - Nye, Pearl R.
    • Date: 1937-11-03
  • Audio Recording
    The Southern Soldier sound recording | 1 sound recording | First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28, "Songs of American History and the Assasination of Presidents," 1952. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in 1937. (Date). Forms part of the John A. Lomax Southern States Collection, 1937. (Source). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Morgan, Minta - Lomax, John A. (John Avery)
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Let the Deal Go Down
    • Contributor: Kennedy, Stetson - Halpert, Herbert - Hurston, Zora Neale
    • Date: 1939-06-18
  • Audio Recording
    Stewboy
    • Contributor: Kennedy, Stetson - Halpert, Herbert - Hazelhurst, Harold
    • Date: 1939-06-18
  • Audio Recording
    Michigan I-O
    Colley's Run I-O
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | This song is based on the popular lumberman's song "Colley's Run I-O" and uses the same tune. (Content). This song was published on the Library of Congress recording "Songs of the Michigan lumberjacks" AAFS L 56, 1960. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in Traverse City, Michigan. (Venue). Forms part of the Alan Lomax Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings Collection. (Source). ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Wells, Lester - Lomax, Alan
    • Date: 1960
  • Audio Recording
    The Lumberjack's Alphabet sound recording | 1 sound recording | This song was published on the Library of Congress recording "Songs of the Michigan lumberjacks" AAFS L 56, 1960. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the Alan Lomax Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings Collection. (Source). Recorded in Greenland, Michigan. (Venue). October, 1938. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, Alan - Schaffer, Gus
    • Date: 1960
  • Audio Recording
    Roll On Buddy sound recording | 1 sound recording | First pubished on Library of Congress LP AFS L61 "Railroad Songs and Ballads," edited by Archie Green. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in New York, New York. (Venue). The singer is from Clay County, Kentucky. (Biographical). Recorded in 1939. (Date). Forms part of the Alan Lomax Recordings of Aunt Molly Jackson collection, part 1. (Source). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, Alan - Jackson, Aunt Molly
    • Date: 1968
  • Audio Recording
    I Heard a Sweet Robin
    • Contributor: Kennedy, Stetson - Cook, Robert Harrison - Roberts, Wilbur
    • Date: 1940-01-16
  • Audio Recording
    Jump Isabel, Slide Water Comment
    • Contributor: Kennedy, Stetson - Cook, Robert Harrison
    • Date: 1939-08-14
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    The Old Skipper
    • Contributor: Nye, Pearl R. - Walton, Ivan
    • Date: 1938-09-22
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    Take a Trip on the Canal; We're Going to Pump Out Lake Erie
    • Contributor: Nye, Pearl R. - Walton, Ivan
    • Date: 1938-09-22
  • Audio Recording
    Helleno-Americanike Nea Genia
    • Contributor: Kennedy, Stetson - Cook, Robert Harrison - Morris, Alton Chester - Anastassiou, George
    • Date: 1939-08-28
  • Audio Recording
    The candidate's a dodger
    The dodger song
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Recorded in August, 1936. (Date). Recorded in Mena, Arkansas. (Venue). Forms part of the Vance Randolph Collection. (Source). The song relates to the presidential campaign of 1884 when Grover Cleveland ran against James Blaine. The song was originally based on accusations of political corruption against Blaine. (General). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Randolph, Vance - Dusenbury, Emma - Powell, Laurence
  • Audio Recording
    The night herding song sound recording | 1 sound recording | Recorded in Dallas, Texas. (Venue). Recorded in 1942. (Date). Forms part of the John A. Lomax Texas Recordings, 1942 collection. (Source). Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Stephens, Harry - Lomax, John A. (John Avery)
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    The Dying Cowboy
    Bury me not on the lone prairie
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the John A. Lomax Texas Recordings, 1942 collection. (Source). Recorded in Pecos, Texas. (Venue). Recorded in 1942. (Date). The singer is from Alpine, Texas. (Biographical). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Matthews, Sloan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    The Texas Rangers sound recording | 1 sound recording | Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the John A. Lomax Texas Recordings, 1942 collection. (Source). Recorded in Pecos, Texas. (Venue). Recorded in 1942. (Date). The singer is from Alpine, Texas. (Biographical). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Matthews, Sloan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    The streets of Larado
    The cowboy's lament
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the John A. Lomax Texas Recordings, 1942 collection. (Source). Recorded in Dallas, Texas. (Venue). Recorded in 1942. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lomax, John A. (John Avery) - Prude, Johnny
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Speech by Paine Denson, excerpt from a field recording, "Spe... sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded at the Sacred Harp Singing Convention in Birmingham, Alabama (Venue). Recorded by Alan Lomax and George Pullen Jackson in August, 1942 (Date). Excerpt from Paine Denson's impromptu speech on Sacred Harp singing. (General). Forms part of the Alan Lomax and George Pullen Jackson Collection of Sacred Harp Music. (Source). Courtesy of Paine Denson ...
    • Contributor: Denson, Paine - Lomax, Alan
  • Audio Recording
    War Song
    • Contributor: James, Willis - Jones, Lewis Wade - Brown, Buster
    • Date: 1943-03-05
  • Audio Recording
    Roosevelt and Hitler, Part I
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis - Jones, Lewis Wade
    • Date: 1943-03-05
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    Roosevelt and Hitler, Part II
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis - Jones, Lewis Wade
    • Date: 1943-03-05
  • Audio Recording
    Pearl Harbor
    • Contributor: New York, Georgia, Singers - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Now What a Time
    • Contributor: New York, Georgia, Singers - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Obey Your Ration Law
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Let's Go Fight!
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    What a Time
    • Contributor: James, Willis - Golden Jubilee Quartet
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    What a Time
    • Contributor: James, Willis - Golden Jubilee Quartet
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Do Right by My Country
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    We Are Americans, Praise the Lord
    • Contributor: James, Willis - Houston, Bertha
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    We Are Americans, Praise the Lord
    • Contributor: James, Willis - Houston, Bertha
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Do Right By Me
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Sit Down
    • Contributor: Jackson, Deacon Sam - James, Willis - Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church (Peach County, Ga.). Choir
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Tear Tokyo Down
    • Contributor: Jackson, Deacon Sam - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Obey the Ration Laws
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Obey the Ration Laws
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Roosevelt and Hitler
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    Soldier Boy Blues, 1943
    • Contributor: Ezell, Buster - James, Willis
    • Date: 1943-06-01
  • Audio Recording
    The Farmer's Curst Wife Forms part of "New England Balladry," a lecture and concert presented by Helen Hartness Flanders at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., on February 27, 1948. Helen Hartness Flanders Collection. sound recording | 1 reel. | Helen Hartness Flanders Collection (Source). February 27, 1948. (Date). Recorded at the Library of Congress. (Venue). This ballad is found in The English and Scottish Popular Ballads ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Davis, Asa - Flanders, Helen Hartness - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1948
  • Audio Recording
    The Shoofly sound recording | 1 sound recording | First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L16, "Songs and Ballads of the Anthracite Miners," 1947. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the George Korson Recordings of Pennsylvania Coal Miners Collection. (Source). Recorded in 1946. (Date). Recorded in Centralia, Pennsylvania. (Venue). The ballad describes local consequences of a period of economic depression that began in 1873. ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Walsh, Daniel - Korson, George Gershon
    • Date: 1947
  • Audio Recording
    The Handcart Song sound recording | 1 sound recording | First published in Library of Congress LP AFS L30 "Songs of the Mormons and Songs of the West," edited by Duncan Emrich. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the Austin Fife and Alta Fife Collection. (Source). Recorded in 1946. (Date). Recorded in Ogden, Utah. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Fife, Austin E. - Hilton, L. M.
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    On the Road to California
    The Buffalo Bulls Fight
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | First published in Library of Congress LP AFS L30 "Songs of the Mormons and Songs of the West," edited by Duncan Emrich. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the Austin Fife and Alta Fife Collection. (Source). Recorded in 1947. (Date). Recorded in St. George, Utah. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Morris, William T. - Fife, Austin E.
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Colley's Run-I-O sound recording | 1 sound recording | Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Versions of this woodsman's song are known in Maine, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. (General). Forms part of the L. Parker Temple Recordings collection. (Source). Recorded at the Library of Congress. (Venue). Recorded in 1946. ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Temple, L. Parker - Korson, Rae
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    The zebra dun sound recording | 1 sound recording | Published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28 "Cowboy Songs, Ballads, and Cattle Calls from Texas," edited by Duncan Emrich, 1952. (Bibliographic History). Forms part of the J.M. Waddell Collection of Cowboy Songs collection. (Source). Recorded in 1948. (Date). Recorded at the Library of Congress. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Waddell, J.M. - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Freighting from Wilcox to Globe sound recording | 1 sound recording | Recorded in Chandler, Arizona. (Venue). Recorded in 1949. (Date). First published in Library of Congress LP AFS L30 "Songs of the Mormons and Songs of the West," edited by Duncan Emrich. (Bibliographic History). Recorded by Peter Tufts on a joint project of the Library of Congress and the University of Arizona Folklore Committee. (Source Note). Forms part ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Busby, Abraham John - Tufts, Peter
    • Date: 1952
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    Mr. Garfield sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recording Project, 1949. (Source). First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28, "Songs of American History and the Assassination of Presidents," 1952. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in March 1949. (Date). Concerns the assassination of President Garfield in 1881. (Content). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lunsford, Bascom Lamar - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Booth Killed Lincoln
    Booth
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recording Project, 1949. (Source). First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28, "Songs of American History and the Assassination of Presidents," 1952. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in March 1949. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lunsford, Bascom Lamar - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Charles Giteau sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recording Project, 1949. (Source). First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28, "Songs of American History and the Assassination of Presidents," 1952. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in March 1949. (Date). Concerns the assassination of President Garfield in 1881. (Content). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lunsford, Bascom Lamar - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Zolgotz
    White House Blues
    sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recording Project, 1949. (Source). First published on the Library of Congress LP AFS L28, "Songs of American History and the Assassination of Presidents," 1952. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in March 1949. (Date). The song describes the assasination of President William McKinley by Leon Czolgosz in September 1901. (Content). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Lunsford, Bascom Lamar - Emrich, Duncan
    • Date: 1952
  • Audio Recording
    Mountain Dew Performance of an original anti-Prohibition song by folklorist and performer Bascom Lamar Lunsford, of Asheville, North Carolina. Composed in 1920. Versions of this song entered oral tradition and consequently it is often thought to be a folk song. sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the Bascom Lamar Lunsford recording project, 1949 collection. (Source). Recorded in 1949. (Date). Recorded at the ...
    • Contributor: Lunsford, Bascom Lamar - Emrich, Duncan
  • Audio Recording
    Big Rock Candy Mountains sound recording | 1 sound recording | First pubished on Library of Congress LP AFS L61 "Railroad Songs and Ballads," edited by Archie Green. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in San Pedro, California. (Venue). Recorded in 1951. (Date). The singer says that he composed this song while hoboing in his youth, inspired by hot springs in Idaho and Utah. (Biographical). Harry McKlintock was originally from Knoxville, ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - McClintock, Harry - Eskin, Sam
    • Date: 1968
  • Audio Recording
    Dance song with solo vocal Sung by a local singer known as "Lizahbet." Recorded by Arthur S. Alberts in what is today Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso in 1949. Arthur S. Alberts Collection. sound recording | 1 reel. | Arthur S. Alberts Collection. (Source). Recorded by Arthur S. Alberts in the "pagan"(non-Muslim) quarter of the city of Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta). (Venue). 1949. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Alberts, Arthur S. - Lizahbet
    • Date: 1949
  • Audio Recording
    I'm Sad and I'm Lonely sound recording | 1 reel. | Recorded by Ann Grimes, Ohio. (Venue). Ann Grimes's Ohio Collection, American Folklife Center. (Source Note). Recorded in 1953. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Sandburg, Carl - Grimes, Anne
    • Date: 1953
  • Audio Recording
    Chorus and dance Sung and played by Rais Mahamad ben Mohammed and ensemble, musicians of the Haha tribe in Tamanar. Recorded by Paul Bowles in Essaouira, Morocco, August 8, 1959. sound recording | 1 reel. | Paul Bowles Moroccan Music Collection. (Source). Recorded by Paul Bowles in Essaouira, Morocco. (Venue). August 8, 1959. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Bowles, Paul - Ben Mohammed, Rais Mahamad
  • Audio Recording
    This is what the union done sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in Trafford, Alabama. (Venue). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Jones, George - Korson, George Gershon
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    We done quit sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Recorded at Scott's Run, West Virginia. (Venue). Recorded in 1940. (Date). This song was sung by Scott's Run, West Virginia coal miners during the 1930 ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Johnson, Sam - Korson, George Gershon
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    Drill man blues sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in Lochgelly, West Virginia. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Korson, George Gershon - Sizemore, George
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    Blue Monday sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. (Venue). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Korson, George Gershon - Barry, Michael F.
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    Sprinkle coal dust on my grave sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in Welch, West Virginia. (Venue). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Korson, George Gershon - Jenks, Orville J.
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    Coal loading machine sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in Welch, West Virginia. (Venue). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. (Bibliographic History). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Korson, George Gershon - Evening Breezes Sextet of Vivian, West Virginia
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    Harlan County blues sound recording | 1 sound recording | Forms part of the George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12010-12012 (Source). Recorded in Harlan, Kentucky. (Venue). Recorded in 1940. (Date). Published on the Library of Congress LP L60 "Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners," 1965. Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Korson, George Gershon - Davis, George
    • Date: 1965
  • Audio Recording
    White House Blues
    Buffalo, Buffalo
    sound recording | 1 sound recoding | Forms part of the 1977 Neptune Plaza Concert Series Collection. (Source). April 25, 1977. (Date). Concerns the assasination of President William McKinley in 1901. (Content). The Bluegrass Cardinals, consisting of Don Parmley of Kentucky, his son David Parmley (born in California), and Randy Graham of California, originally formed their group in southern California. They moved to Virginia ...
    • Contributor: Bluegrass Cardinals - Jabbour, Alan - Parmley, David - Parmley, Don - Graham, Randy - Blair, Warren - Davis, John
  • Audio Recording
    Catfish Blues
    Rollin' Stone
    Played and sung by Honeyboy Edwards at the 50th Anniversary Concert for the Archive of Folk Culture at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1978. sound recording | 1 reel. | Recorded at the Archive of Folk Song 50th Anniversary Concert, Library of Congress. (Venue). At the beginning of this recording, Edwards acknowledges Alan Lomax, who is sitting in the audience. Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Edwards, Honeyboy - Petway, Robert
    • Date: 1978
  • Audio Recording
    Sweet Home Chicago Played and sung by Honeyboy Edwards at the 50th Anniversary of the Archive of Culture at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1978. This song is believed to have been composed by Robert Johnson. sound recording | 1 reel. | Recorded at the Archive of Folk Song 50th Anniversary Concert, Library of Congress. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Edwards, Honeyboy - Johnson, Robert
    • Date: 1978
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    Medley of Greek folksongs, including Dance of Zalongo Played on guitar and sung by John Hemonas at his home. Recorded by Peter Bartis in Chicago, Illinois, April 21, 1977. Chicago Ethnic Arts Project. sound recording | 1 reel. | Chicago Ethnic Arts Project Collection. (Source). Recorded by Peter Bartis in Mr. Hemonas's home. (Venue). April 21, 1977. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Hemonas, John - Bartis, Peter
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    Corn Dodgers
    • Contributor: Todd, Charles L. - Sonkin, Robert - Pipkin, Myra
    • Date: 1941-08-26
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    Railroader
    • Contributor: Todd, Charles L. - Sonkin, Robert - Pike, Russ
    • Date: 1941-08-28
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    Já Estas Com os Copos
    You’re Already Drunk, Don’t Drink Any More
    Fado sung by Olivete Maria, with Mário Bulhões on acoustic guitar and Duarte Tavares on Portuguese guitar. Recorded by Barbara Fertig in Lowell, Massachusetts, November 14, 1987. Lowell Folklife Project Collection. sound recording | 1 reel. | Lowell Folklife Project Collection. (Source). Recorded by Barbara Fertig in Lowell, Massachusetts. November 14, 1987. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Fertig, Barbara C. - Poulart, Maria Olivete - Bulhões, Mário - Tavares, Duarte
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    Yup'ik song about a vision of a sailing ship in 1777 sound recording | 1 audio file. | Chuna McIntyre explains the song in English, then sings it in Central Yup'ik. (Content). The song concerns a vision of the arrival of Europeans in Alaska by a Yup'ik medicine man a year before the exploration of the Alaska coastline by Captain James Cook between April and September, 1778. The Yup'ik had little further contact with Europeans ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - McIntyre, Chuna - Nunamta Yup'ik Eskimo Dancers
    • Date: 2003
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound reel : analog, stereo. | Recorded by Alan Lomax in 1959 (Date). Recorded at the Old Regular Baptist Church, Mayking, Kentucky (Venue). "Amazing Grace" by Thornton Old Regular Baptist Church from Southern Journey vol. 4: Brethren, We Meet Again, Rounder DC 1704. Courtesy of Rounder Records. (Copyright Notice). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Thornton Old Regular Baptist Church Congregation
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    Scotch Mary A traditional Irish tune performed on ullieann pipes by Patrick James Touhey. Recorded by Francis O'Neill, Chicago, Illinois, 1904. Dunn Family Collection. sound recording | 1 cylinder. | Dunn Family Collection. (Source). c. 1904 (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Touhey, Patrick J. - O'neill, Francis
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    Maid on the Green A traditional Irish tune performed on ullieann pipes by Patrick James Touhey. Recorded by Francis O'Neill, Chicago, Illinois, 1904. Dunn Family Collection. sound recording | 1 cylinder. | Dunn Family Collection. (Source). c. 1904. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Touhey, Patrick J. - O'neill, Francis
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    Alaskan Promyshlenniki Sung and recorded by John Panamarkoff. Panamarkoff Alaskan Promyshlenniki Recordings. c.a. 1958. sound recording | 1 reel. | John Panamarkoff Alaskan Promyshlenniki Recordings. (Source). c. 1958. (Date). A ballad about the journey of Russian settlers from Arkhangel'sk to Alaska in about 1808. (Content). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Panamarkoff, John
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    Roy Carew and Hal Hopkins interview sound recording | Sound Recording (Form). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Carew, Roy
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    Roy Carew interview covering early New Orleans, Mid-western a... sound recording | Sound Recording (Form). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Carew, Roy
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    Konomihu lullaby Sung by Ellen Brazill Grant. Mrs. Grant, who was born about 1850, was one of the last native speakers of Konomihu. Recorded by Helen Heffron Roberts in Soames Bar, California, in 1926. Helen Heffron Roberts Collection. sound recording | 1 dictaphone cylinder. | Helen Heffron Roberts Collection. (Source). 1926. (Date). Somes Bar, California. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Grant, Ellen Brazill - Roberts, Helen H. (Helen Heffron)
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded in Livingston, Alabama (Venue). Recorded by John A. Lomax and Ruby T. Lomax on May 26, 1939 (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Allison, Jesse - Hall, Vera - Reed, Dock
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded in Byhalia, Mississippi (Venue). Recorded by Herbert Halpert on May 13, 1939 (Date). Courtesy of Lavern Shipp Baldwin, [email protected] (Copyright Notice). Courtesy of Lavern Shipp Baldwin, [email protected] (Copyright Notice). Sound Recording (Form). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Shipp, Mary
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded at a schoolhouse in Vancleave, Mississippi (Venue). Recorded by Herbert Halpert on June 9, 1939 (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Group of Adults
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded at the Shiloh Baptist Church in Manor, Texas (Venue). Recorded by John Henry Faulk on August 3, 1941 (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Shilo Baptist Church Choir
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    Amazing grace sound recording | 1 sound disc : analog, mono. | Recorded at the Sacred Harp Singing Convention in Birmingham, Alabama (Venue). Recorded by Alan Lomax and George Pullen Jackson in August, 1942 (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
    • Contributor: Sacred Harp Singing Society - Hardeman, Uncle Bill