3 edition of Ballads of the Kentucky highlands found in the catalog.
Ballads of the Kentucky highlands
Henry Harvey Fuson
Reprint of the 1931 ed. published by Mitre Press, London.
|Statement||by Harvey H. Fuson.|
|LC Classifications||PS558.K4 F8 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||74011474|
A book of old English ballads, with an accompaniment of decorative drawings (New York, Macmillan, ), by Hamilton Wright Mabie and George Wharton Edwards (page images at HathiTrust) The book of British ballads / (New York: G. P. Putnam's, ), by S. C. Hall (page images at HathiTrust). About This Book From the Authors Preface: There is a unique and an individual quality in the Folksongs of the Kentucky Mountains, whether they be ballad, love song, or nursery rhyme, for they have sung their way through countless generations, unwritten and unrecorded, save by the few who still keep the love of a "song-ballad" in their hearts.
"Cumberland Gap" is an Appalachian folk song that likely dates to the latter half of the 19th century and was first recorded in The song is typically played on banjo or fiddle, and well-known versions of the song include instrumental versions as well as versions with lyrics. A version of the song appeared in the book, American Ballads and Folk Songs, by folk song collector John : Folk, country, skiffle, bluegrass. Fuson, Harvey H. Ballads of the Kentucky Highlands London: Mitre Press, Gardner, Elizabeth E. & Geraldine J. Chickering Ballads and Songs of Southern Michigan Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan, Gordon, Robert W. Folk-Songs of America New York: National .
Scottish Songs & Ballads. likes. Scotland has a long lyrical heritage, where storytelling, poetry and music have come together, in the hands of composers, arrangers and performers. This community Followers: 12 [Joseph Ritson], A Select Collection of English Songs, 3 vols (London: J. Johnson, ), i, x.; 13 [Thomas Percy], Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 4th edn, 3 vols (London: F. and C. Rivington, 1 ; 14 Friedman, Ballad Revival, p. ; 15 John W. Hales and Frederick J. Furnivall, eds, Bishop Percy’s Folio Manuscript: Ballads and Romance ; 5 The Reliques of Ancient English Poetry was a Author: David Atkinson.
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This is the first time that many of the ballads have been : Harvey H. Fuson. Genre/Form: Songs and music Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fuson, Henry Harvey, Ballads of the Kentucky highlands. [Norwood, Pa.] Norwood Editions, Genre/Form: Songs and music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fuson, Henry Harvey, Ballads of the Kentucky highlands.
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The letters provide information on life and culture in the Appalachian region of Kentucky during the first two decades of the 20th century, documenting World War I, the war effort, and the flu epidemic.
There are also copies of Appalachian ballads and. Ballads of the Kentucky Highlands. First edition, first impression, of this collection of ballads, nursery rhymes and sayings from the mountains of south-eastern Kentucky.
The material was collected by educator and lawyer Harvey H. Fuson (), who grew up in the mountains and back roads of the region. His extensive introduction discusses the lives of the mountaineers, their English.
Ballads of the Kentucky highlands. Book. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. The text (without tune) was also published as "Little Cora" in Harvey H. Fuson's Ballads of the Kentucky Highlands (London, ).
A version from the singing of Aunt Molly Jackson appears in the book Our Singing Country () by John A. Lomax and Alan gue: Roud The Sallie Lyttle Hatton letters to Henry Harvey Fuson (datedbulk ; cubic feet; 1 item) primarily comprise correspondence, including poems and pencil sketches, written by Sallie Lyttle Hatton and sent to Harlan County educator Henry Harvey Fuson () between William Wordsworth was a major English romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped launch the Romantic Age in English literature with their joint publication, Lyrical Ballads.
Wordsworth's masterpiece is generally considered to be The Prelude, an autobiographical poem of his early years which the poet revised and expanded a /5. The Book of Ballads in question is the Great American Songbook, and Carmen McRae breathes new life into some of its most dog-eared pages on this wonderful session that heralded the close of her Kapp Records tenure.
McRae tackles material like "When I Fall in Love," "Isn't It Romantic?" and "How Long Has This Been Going On?" with uncommon care and intelligence, summoning rich new meaning from 8/ The book comes shrink wrapped, with no cardboard case. This is one of the smaller Artist’s Edition format books at 10″ x 15″, and also one of the cheapest.
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Book of Ballads is a album by jazz singer Carmen McRae, arranged by Frank Hunter.   Billboard chose the cover of Book of Ballads as their 'Album Cover of Genre: Vocal jazz. This book consists of a series of traditional ballads.
The ballads are first told via graphic novel I have had this graphic novel on my shelf to read forever. I finally got around to reading it; I originally picked this up because I love Charles Vess’s artwork and thought the concept of him illustrating a whole bunch of traditional ballads /5(83).Kentucky Folk Songs and Ballads.
Logan English. Logan English, the grandson of two opera singers, grew up in Kentucky's lowlands, where he learned mountain music from tenant workers on his parents' farm.
Every song on this album has roots in English's childhood, and Kenny Goldstein provides informative notes for each track.American Folk Ballads Logan English “From the wild-flower dusks of mountain twilights, out of steamy southern mud-flats and dusty midland prairies, off the sun-silver steel of cinder-blown railroad tracks and out of the chill damps of prison cells - from churches and saloons, cradles and gravesides come the songs of America that must be sung.