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Fri Mar 21 17:08:01 2014 UTClccn-n820908380.06Camp songs0.351.00Erik Darling papers,19877040Erik_Darlingn 82090838787477lccn-n82091535Kossoy Sistersprflccn-no92005639McCurdy, Ed1919-2000sngprflccn-n50006375Seeger, Pete1919-2014prflccn-n82033189Weavers (Musical group)prflccn-no97037042Song Swappersprflccn-n50045162Riker, Tomlccn-n85296270Stanley Brothersprflccn-n85389926Parks, Van Dykeprflccn-n92018646Krauss, Alison1971-prflccn-no2001087855Soggy Bottom BoysprfDarling, ErikMusicBiographyFolk musicFolk songs, EnglishJuvenile worksFolk songs, EnglishFolk musicUnited StatesPopular musicMotion picture musicOld-time musicAppalachian Region, SouthernNew York (State)--New York--Greenwich VillageNew York (State)--New YorkBlues (Music)Rock musicChildren's songsCountry musicBanjo musicBluegrass musicBalladsBallads, EnglishFolk dance musicFolk songsCarolsChristmas musicCowboysSpirituals (Songs)CampingCanadaSouthern StatesCaribbean AreaFolk musiciansAppalachian RegionWeavers (Musical group)Folk singersGuitar music, ArrangedInstrumental ensemblesAppalachian MountainsPopular instrumental musicFaier, BillyVocal trios, UnaccompaniedSeeger, Pete,Manners and customsComposersBanjoistsHerald, JohnAbrahams, Roger DIndiana University NorthwestSchwartz, TonyTopical songsGreenbriar BoysGuitaristsVan Ronk, DaveOklahoma1933200819491955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519691970197319751978197919801988199219931994199519971998200020012002200320042005200620072008201020111595183273782.421642M1630.18ocn739836084ocn697955475ocn003348832ocn171149062ocn007011550ocn015352189ocn008123797ocn004266860ocn007889524ocn009370621ocn041256833ocn038025494ocn658873536ocn767312020ocn662136272ocn820643598ocn820643861ocn843766568ocn013995229ocn658977219ocn659274123ocn659281817ocn658925546ocn658925533ocn659274123ocn842437471ocn058964620ocn658925546ocn658977219ocn6588735361041ocn739836084rcrd20110.16O brother, where art thou?The music from O Brother, Where Art Thou? was more than just a soundtrack, it propelled bluegrass, roots music, and Americana into the spotlight. Ten years later, the album has been expanded to include a second disc of previously unreleased recordings including cuts from Van Dyke Parks; Fairfield Four; and the Cox Family955ocn698168476file19550.06Seeger, PeteCamp songsMusic881ocn748343042rcrd20110.13Dylan, BobBob Dylan's Greenwich Village sounds from the scene in 1961MusicIn early 1961, a 19-year-old Bob Dylan, having dropped out of college at the end of his freshman year, traveled to New York City, ostensibly to visit his idol Woody Guthrie, hospitalized with Huntingdon's Disease. Represents the scene he discovered, the sounds he found Blowin' in the Wind and the artists who were already playing the clubs and bars of the Village upon his arrival712ocn006015566book19800.27Darling, ErikChords for guitar611ocn617871257rcrd20100.13The best of traditional American bluegrassDrawing upon the traditional roots of American bluegrass, this collection contains many classic tracks from the 1930s up through the 1950s, featuring several classic artists602ocn697955512file19940.84Darling, ErikBorder Town at midnight552ocn697955475file20000.86Darling, ErikChild, child553ocn046424732rcrd20010.20Weavers (Musical group)Best of the Vanguard years492ocn023454579rcrd0.20Darling, EricInstrumental music and songs of the Southern AppalachiansFolk music391ocn003348832rcrd19700.53Anthology of the banjo342ocn005312663rcrd19560.66Kossoy SistersBowling Green and other southern mountain folksongs3112ocn009581116score19560.24Darling, ErikThe banana boat songJuvenile worksMusic317ocn041256833rcrd19560.19Kossoy SistersBowling Green291ocn171149062rcrd20070.13Folk roots the sound of AmericanaFolk songs, EnglishFolk music282ocn035046646rcrd19950.17A folksinger's Christmas252ocn007011550rcrd19570.73McCurdy, EdSongs of the Old WestMusic251ocn010250317rcrd19610.63A Treasure chest of American folksong242ocn010539673rcrd0.25Darling, ErikBanjo music of the southern Appalachians241ocn015352189rcrd19560.93McCurdy, EdWhen dalliance was in flower221ocn008123797rcrd19570.92McCurdy, EdA ballad singer's choice111ocn268677862book20080.21Darling, ErikI'd give my life : From Washington Square to Carnegie Hall, a journey by folk musicBiographyThe autobiography of one of the influential figures of the American folk revival of the fifties and sixties. Erik Darling was a very accomplished banjo and guitar player in groups such as the Tarriers, the Weavers, and the Rooftop Singers. He died August 3, 2008 at the age of 74+-+0845596835101ocn013995229rcrd19640.93Rooftop SingersWalk right in11ocn064184832mix1.00Cohen, Ronald DRonald D. Cohen collectionHistoryPeriodicalsPhotographsThe collection consists of papers, photographs, and audiovisual materials relating to Ronald Cohen, Sis Cunningham, Gordon Friesen, Broadside, Photo-Sound Associates, and many others, chiefly from the folk music scene. Broadside papers, 1957-1999, include original artwork; operations correspondence; transcriptions of songs; articles; press releases; and concert flyers. Cohen papers, 1932-2005, include correspondence; materials related to recording and book projects; and research files documenting his studies of American topical songs and protest songs, the folk revival movement, and McCarthy-era Communism. Sis Cunningham papers, 1914-1998, include correspondence, family memorabilia, and original songs, plays, and writings. Some materials relate to the Red Dust Players. Gordon Friesen papers, late 1930s-1983, include correspondence, drawings, and writings, many documenting his career as a newspaper journalist and novelist. Photographs consist of family photographs of Sis Cunningham, Gordon Friesen, and their family. There are also a few unidentified images of old downtown storefronts and cars. Audiovisual materials include Cohen's collection of audiocassettes with recordings of folk music radio programs, copies of 78 rpm records, interviews, and commercial recordings. Microcassettes include recordings of Cohen's interviews with folk musicians and others associated with folk music. Other audiovisual materials include Cunningham and Friesen's family films and videocassettes documenting the 1991 Richard Reuss Memorial Folk Music Convention. The Addition of 2011 contains photographs, primarily black-and-white 35mm roll film negatives, documenting the folk revival movement in and around New York City that were taken by Aaron Rennert and Ray Sullivan of Photo-Sound Associates11ocn145934008art19690.10Stambler, IrwinDarling, Erik11ocn489269898mix1.00Darling, ErikErik Darling papersThe collection contains correspondence, scores, sheet music, song lyrics, photographs, moving image materials, audio recordings, and other items related to Erik Darling and his musical career. Correspondence discusses song writing and other activities. Correspondents include Fred Hellerman, Don McLean, Al Perrin, Pete Seeger, and other folk artists and friends. Also included are handwritten and photocopied scores with annotations by Darling; song lyrics by Darling and various collaborators; and printed and photocopied versions of sheet music. There are also clippings relating to the 2004 reunion performance of the Weavers; photographs of both the Tarriers and the Weavers; negatives from the 1954 Musical Americana Tour; several DVDs and videotapes that relate to various groups; recordings of phone interviews conducted by Darling with friends and associates, including Billy Faier, Guy Carawan, and Pete Seeger, while in the process of writing his autobiography "I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music" (2008) and compact discs containing notes for and chapters from the autobiography; and recordings of music by Darling and others, including commercially released audiodiscs, demos, dubs, mixes, and masters of commercial and non-commercial recordings+-+0845596835+-+0845596835Fri Mar 21 16:05:59 EDT 2014batch19068