Audio Recording Chamarrita
About this Item
- Contributor Names
- Cowell, Sidney Robertson, 1903-1995, collector.
- Lemos, Manuel, performer.
- Mendes, Alberto, performer.
- Created / Published
- Subject Headings
- - Chamarrita (Dance)
- - Dance music
- - Portuguese Americans--California--Richmond--Music
- Field recordings
- - Inscribed on dust jacket by Sidney Robertson Cowell: "Most popular Portuguese dance in California."
- - Alberto Mendes, viola d'arame; Manuel Lemos, viola d'arame.
- - Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Richmond, California on March 3, 1939.
- - Forms part of a group of field materials documenting Alberto Mendes, Manuel Lemos, and Mr. Franks performing Portuguese songs and music from the Azores on February 11 and March 3, 1939, collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Richmond, California.
- on 1 band of 1 sound disc : analog, 78 rpm ; 12 in.
- Source Collection
- Forms part of: W.P.A. California Folk Music Project collection
- Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, 101 Independence Ave. S.E., Washington, DC USA 20540-4610 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/folklife.home
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- Inscribed on dust jacket by Sidney Robertson Cowell: "Most popular Portuguese dance in California." Alberto Mendes, viola d'arame; Manuel Lemos, viola d'arame. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Richmond, California on March 3, 1939. Forms part of a group of field materials documenting Alberto Mendes, Manuel Lemos, and Mr. Franks performing Portuguese songs and music from the Azores on February 11 and March 3, 1939, collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Richmond, California.
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Chicago citation style:
Cowell, Sidney Robertson, Collector. Chamarrita. 1939. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017702019/.
APA citation style:
Cowell, S. R. (1939) Chamarrita. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017702019/.
MLA citation style:
Cowell, Sidney Robertson, Collector. Chamarrita. 1939. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017702019/>.