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The Garland encyclopedia of world music. : Volume 3, The United States and Canada selected audio examples.

Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 2001.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Dance forms : Folk music : Hymns : Multiple forms : Operas : Popular music : Songs : Multiple languages
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Folk music; Dance forms; Songs; Popular music; Operas; Hymns
OCLC Number: 45857769
Notes: For various combinations of solo voices, choruses, solo instruments, instrumental ensembles.
Accompanies text of the same title.
Compact disc.
Most selections previously released, on various labels.
Program notes in English and full credits ([7] p.) included; notes and credits also on p. 1310-1312 of companion text.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 1 sound disc (71 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: My little Annie, so sweet (field holler sung by Horace Sprott) (2:08) --
Coiled chalk circle (2:07) --
Exhortation (fuging tune) (1:35) --
True life blues (Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys) (2:40) --
Beautiful dreamer / Stephen C. Foster (2:33) --
Clay and Frelinghuysen (election song sung by Oscar Brand) (1:17) --
Personal song (Dene song sung by Eliza Blondin, Fort Franklin, Northwest Territories) (0:45) --
Haste to the wedding (Old Native and Metis fiddling, performed by Willie Mousseau, Ebb and Flow Reserve, Manitoba) (1:00) --
Brush dance heavy song (sung by Ewing Davis) (1:01) --
Song of happiness (Navajo song) (1:06) --
Fireman's polka (Saxton's Cornet Band) (2:58) --
Were you there (Fisk Jubilee Singers) (2:03) --
In the pines (Leadbelly) (2:06) --
La finada pablita ('indita' sung by Julia Jaramillo, Taos, NM) (2:09) --
Asi se baila en Tejas ('conjunto' accordion, Tony de la Rosa) (1:32) --
Heavenly Father, lead us (hymn, St. John's Spiritual Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY) (4:00) --
The Gloucester witch (Old Meg) (sung by John Allison) (1:23) --
Habanera of the Savoyard (from the zarzuela Luisa Fernanda / F.M. Tottoba) (2:56) --
Vigala reinlender (from Tuuletargat : Estonian Instrumental Folk Music Ensemble of Chicago) (1:56) --
Dortn, Dortn Ibern Vasserl (Yiddish folksong sung by Ruth Rubin) (2:02) --
Heartsong aria (from Night vision, a first to third world vampyre opera / music by Fred Ho) (3:29) --
Something about me today (2:30) --
Lam khon savane (traditional repartee singing (lam) from southern Laos) (3:14) --
Gending erhu, excerpt (from Trance gong, performed by Gamelan Pacifica) (3:18) --
Sabá medley (improvisation and medley of Arab folk songs) (3:03) --
He mo Leannan (Hey, my darling) from Cape Breton Island (1:32) --
Acadian dance (from Nova Scotia) (0:55) --
A la Claire Fontaine (Canada) (1:32) --
El pajaro verde (The green bird) (2:16) --
Mosaic / Mary Gardiner (historical and musical portrait of Toronto) (3:38) --
Aläp in Räg Bhaurav (2:36) --
Saskatchewan (2:32) --
Cherwick "Hutsulka", (Easy Aces Five) (1:45).
Other Titles: United States and Canada : selected audio examples

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