Audio Recording Hijo, hijo, mira esta muher
Hijo, hijo, mira esta muher
About this Item
- Hijo, hijo, mira esta muher
- Gonzales, Josephine (singer)
- Gonzales, Aurora (singer)
- Manchaco, Pearl (singer)
- Flores, Adela (singer)
- Trujillo, Lia (singer)
- Lomax, John A. (John Avery) -- 1867-1948 (recordist)
- Lomax, Alan -- 1915-2002 (recordist)
- - Children's Songs
- - Spanish
- - Texas
- - Hispanic Americans
- - Folk songs, Spanish
- - Immigration and Migration
- - Songs and Music
- - 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
- 1 disc.
- American Folklife Center
- AFC 1935/002: AFS 10 A1
Additional Metadata Formats
- Flores, Adela
- Gonzales, Aurora
- Gonzales, Josephine
- Lomax, Alan
- Lomax, John A. (John Avery)
- Manchaco, Pearl
- Trujillo, Lia
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Chicago citation style:
Gonzales, Josephine, Aurora Gonzales, Pearl Manchaco, Adela Flores, Lia Trujillo, John A Lomax, and Alan Lomax. Hijo, Hijo, Mira Esta Muher. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196320/.
APA citation style:
Gonzales, J., Gonzales, A., Manchaco, P., Flores, A., Trujillo, L., Lomax, J. A. & Lomax, A. Hijo, Hijo, Mira Esta Muher. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196320/.
MLA citation style:
Gonzales, Josephine, et al. Hijo, Hijo, Mira Esta Muher. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196320/>.