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Steamboatin" days, folk songs of the river packet era.

Mary Wheeler

Steamboatin" days, folk songs of the river packet era.

by Mary Wheeler

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- Music.,
  • Folk songs, English -- United States.,
  • Folk music -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Melodies unacc., with words.

    GenreMusic.
    SeriesGranger index reprint series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM1670 .W5S8 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 121 p.
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5693530M
    LC Control Number70075718

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Steamboatin' Days, Folk Songs of the River Packet Era Bibliographic information. Title: Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era: Editor: Mary Wheeler: Compiled by: Mary Wheeler: Publisher: Louisiana State University Press, Original from: the University of Michigan.

Genre/Form: Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheeler, Mary, Steamboatin' days, folk songs of the river packet era. Freeport, N.Y.: Books. Limited Preview for 'STEAMBOATIN' DAYS Folk Songs of the River Packet Era' provided by *This is a limited preview of the contents of this book and does not directly represent the item available for sale.*Author: Mary Wheeler.

Mary Wheeler, in her Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Folk songs of the river packet era. book Era (Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press, ), records a song she collected from Gabriel "Uncle Gabe" Hester, with the lyrics: Alberta, let yo' hair hang low, Alberta, let yo' hair hand low, I'll give you mo' gold than yo' apron will hold.

Review of Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era (Wheeler) (ibid.,) Family and other birth records as well as early censuses show he was named Edward Mellinger Henry. A certain point made by Mary Wheeler in the preface to her book Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era reminded me of something I remember piano player Johnnie Johnson saying related to his royalties lawsuit against Chuck Berry in which he claimed to have co-authored a good number of Berry's hit songs.

Steamboatin' Days, Folk Songs of the River Packet Era by Mary Wheeler,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Mary Wheeler. Alberta is a traditional ballad of the American South according to Mary Wheeler's book "Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era," (Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana State University Press.

From Mary Wheeler’s book Steamboatin’ Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, pp. Uncle Bud also appears in Zydeco songs with rather ‘colorful’. Vintage Out of Print Folk Song Book Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era by Mary Wheeler PrettyOldBooks 5 out of 5 stars (65) $ Free shipping Favorite.

henry taylor signed art book african american portrait painting print folk black Steamboatin' Days: $ Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era (ExLib). The first, Roustabout Songs: A Collection Of Ohio River Valley Songs, was written and arranged by Mary Wheeler and William Reddick and published by Remick Music Corporation, NY in Her next book, Steamboatin’ Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era, was published by Louisiana State University Press in December of She became.

Description: A page from Mary Wheeler's research with a photograph attached and the caption, "Artie, shopping at the curb market near the levee at Paducah." Artie appears in Mary Wheeler's book Steamboatin' Days on page where she is credited with supplying information about George "Devil" WInston.

The very first trace of "Alberta, Let Your Hair Hang Low" is a song collected by Mary Wheeler in Western Kentucky and published in in her book Steamboatin' Days, Folk Songs Of The River Packet Era.

Description: Former roustabout Jerry standing in the tall grass admiring his hat. Mary Wheeler writes about Jerry and his wife Tessie in her book Steamboatin' Days on page She credits him with the song Ida Red.

The first, Roustabout Songs: A Collection Of Ohio River Valley Songs, was written and arranged by Mary Wheeler and William Reddick and published by Remick Music Corporation, NY in Her next book, Steamboatin’ Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era, was published by Louisiana State University Press in December of She became.

From Mary Wheeler’s book Steamboatin’ Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, pp.

Uncle Bud also appears in Zydeco songs with rather ‘colorful’ lyrics. Well old Uncle Bud comin’ down the road, Haulin’ women by the wagon load. Chorus: Uncle Bud, Uncle Bud, Uncle Bud, Bud. Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era by Mary Wheeler Steamboatin' Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era by Mary Wheeler (pp.

) Review by: Mellinger Edward Henry.Steamboatin' Days, Folk Songs of the River Packet Era. LSU Press 1st. VG in chipped DJ. F. Warsongs. American War Songs. Phila, By: National Committee for Preservation of Existing Records of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.

Army Song Book. USA War Office, 2d ed. Revised Wraps. Bernard.Mary Wheeler, Steamboatin’ Days: Folk Songs of the River Packet Era, Louisiana State University, ; Non-English Folk Songs. Note: This list does not include books of Dakota or Ojibwe material, which are simply too large a task for one CD-ROM.