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Black music of two worlds

Author: John Storm Roberts; Vera Hall; Fabre Duroseau; Jubilee Singers.
Publisher: New York : Ethnic Folkways Records, ©1977.
Series: Ethnic Folkways library; Smithsonian global sound for libraries.
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Genre/Form: Music
Songs and music
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Black music of two worlds.
New York : Ethnic Folkways Records, ©1977
(OCoLC)19237262
Print version:
Black music of two worlds.
New York : Ethnic Folkways Records, ©1977
Print version:
Black music of two worlds.
New York : Ethnic Folkways Records, ©1977 publisher catalog number
FE 4602
Material Type: Music, Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Storm Roberts; Vera Hall; Fabre Duroseau; Jubilee Singers.
OCLC Number: 698168270
Notes: Accompanies the book: Black music of two worlds / John Storm Roberts, c1972.
Program notes by John Storm Roberts included.
Various performers and groups.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Xylophone-bapende of Zaire --
Marimba from Columbia --
Let 'em jump --
Akonaday --
Call to prayer, Muslim --
Mende Muslim song, Siera Leone --
Song from Malaga --
Black woman --
Kpelle brush-cutters, Liberia --
Imo Gal--
Let your hammer ring --
Los Congos de villa Mella, Criollo --
Palomita nueva --
Drum and fife quadrille, West Indies --
Wheel and turn --
De la Suarez, Carribean --
War --
Fire brigade --
Ezulie --
Retour des Cayes --
Mazurca --
Sutileza --
How long blues --
How sweet the name --
I got a lighthouse --
Roll Jordan roll --
He's a friend of mine --
Frankie --
I believe I'll dust my broom --
Leave my love alone --
Vijana niwambie --
Kenyatta aliiteswa sana --
Maboke nde temoin.
Series Title: Ethnic Folkways library; Smithsonian global sound for libraries.
Responsibility: compiled and annotated by John Storm Roberts.

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