Audio Recording El Corrido de José Mosqueda El 19 de enero / Corrido de José Mosquero / Nineteenth of January, The / Train Robbery / other title: La batalla del ojo de agua
[La batalla del ojo de agua]
La batalla del ojo de agua
About this Item
- El Corrido de José Mosqueda
- El 19 de enero
- Corrido de José Mosquero
- Nineteenth of January, The
- Train Robbery
- other title: La batalla del ojo de agua
- Lomax, John A. (John Avery), 1867-1948 (Collector)
- Lomax, Ruby T. (Ruby Terrill) (Collector)
- Suarez, José (Performer)
Created / Published
- Brownsville, Texas, April 26, 1939
- - United States -- Texas -- Cameron County -- Brownsville
- - Music
- - Songs
- - Ballads
- - Corridos
- - Venue: Home of J.K. Wells
- - Americo Paredes wrote about this ballad in Folklore and Culture on the Texas-Mexican Border (1995).
- - Performed (with vocals and guitar) at home of J.K. Wells, Brownsville, Texas, on April 26, 1939.
- - Song was initally incorrectly identified as La batalla del ojo de agua
- sound disc : analog, 78 rpm ; 12 in.
Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1939/001: AFS 02609b03
- John and Ruby Lomax 1939 Southern States Recording Trip (AFC 1939/001)
- American Folklife Center
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- Corridos of the Texas Border Collected by John and Ruby Lomax
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John and Ruby Lomax 1939 southern states recording trip (AFC 1939/001), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Cite This Item
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Chicago citation style:
Lomax, John A, Ruby T Lomax, and José Suarez. El Corrido de José Mosqueda. Brownsville, Texas, 1939. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/lomaxbib000075/.
APA citation style:
Lomax, J. A., Lomax, R. T. & Suarez, J. (1939) El Corrido de José Mosqueda. Brownsville, Texas. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lomaxbib000075/.
MLA citation style:
Lomax, John A, Ruby T Lomax, and José Suarez. El Corrido de José Mosqueda. Brownsville, Texas, 1939. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/lomaxbib000075/>.