Audio Recording Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia
Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia, side A
About this Item
- Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia
- Robinson, Beverly J. (Collector)
- Teals, Mrs. (Performer)
Created / Published
- Tifton, Georgia, August 9, 1977
- - Folklore--Georgia
- - Field recordings
- - Interviews
- - Sound recording
- - United States -- Georgia -- Tifton
- Field recordings
- Sound recording
- - Part 2 of a 3-part recording of hymn singing in the home of Mrs. Fannie Lee Teals, Tifton GA, fieldworker Beverly Robinson's notes list the following attendees: Evelyn White, Annie K. Kelly, Odessa Phillips, Ruby L. Seadrow, Ruby Moore, Fannie Lee Teals, J.C. Brown, Eddie Mae Braswell, A.D. Wright, Reverend Dennard, and Patricia L. Williams; selections include "How I got Over" (repeats), comment that the hymn originated in 1909, "Where Could I Go but to the Lord" preceded by singing the shapes (notes), "Have a Little Talk with Jesus," discussion of earlier black music and mention of an old song, now led by Deacon Wright, "What a time," "You Weren't There," comment, "I've got to stand up and move when I sing," hymn "I'll Overcome Someday," "I'll be Waiting Up There," "Steal Away," continued in part 3.
- - Two sets of recordings of this event are included in the South South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection: open-reel recordings at call numbers AFC 1982/010: AFS 21077, AFS 21078, and AFS 21079, and audiocassette recordings at call numbers AFC 1982/010: AFS 21123 and AFS 21124.
- audiotape reel, 7 in.
Call Number/Physical Location
- Call number: AFC 1982/010: AFS 21078
- MBRS shelflist: RXA 1654
- Field project identifier: GA7-BR-R16
- South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010)
- American Folklife Center
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Credit line: South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Chicago citation style:
Robinson, Beverly J, and Mrs Teals. Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia, August 9, 1977. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21078/.
APA citation style:
Robinson, B. J. & Teals, M. (1977) Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia, August 9. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21078/.
MLA citation style:
Robinson, Beverly J, and Mrs Teals. Interview and performance at Mrs. Teals' house, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia, August 9, 1977. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21078/>.