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Hard Hitting Songs for Hard Hit People epub ebook

by Alan Lomax

Hard Hitting Songs for Hard Hit People epub ebook

Author: Alan Lomax
Category: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Music Sales Corp (June 1, 1967)
ISBN: 0825600413
ISBN13: 978-0825600418
Rating: 4.5
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Alan Lomax (1915–2002) was a folklorist, oral historian, and ethnomusicologist who collected thousands of examples of twentieth-century folk music and recorded songs all over the world.

Alan Lomax (1915–2002) was a folklorist, oral historian, and ethnomusicologist who collected thousands of examples of twentieth-century folk music and recorded songs all over the world. Woody Guthrie (1912–67) was a musician, singer-songwriter, and political activist who created a staggering number of original songs, writings, drawings, paintings, poems, and prose pieces.

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Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002; Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967; Seeger, Pete, 1919- arr. Publication date. Folk songs, English, Ballads, English, Labor movement, Depressions, Working class, Folk-songs, American, Ballads, American, Depressions, 20th century. New York : Oak Publications. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Music, Arts & Culture. org on October 18, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Hard Hitting Songs for Hard-Hit People; (American Folk Songs of the Depression and the Labor Movement of. .5 people are interested in this title. We receive fewer than 1 copy every 6 months.

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The original typescript of Hard Hitting Songs knocked around New York for years, but never found a publisher. Tell me that Alan Lomax, who devoted his life to collecting and preserving American folkways, didn’t love his country

The original typescript of Hard Hitting Songs knocked around New York for years, but never found a publisher. The manuscript was broken up, the original pages were folded into the reference library of the folk magazine Sing Out!, Seeger and Guthrie both moved on to bigger things, and that might have been that-until, miraculously, a complete set of carbon copies surfaced in the mid 1960s. Tell me that Alan Lomax, who devoted his life to collecting and preserving American folkways, didn’t love his country. You try telling me that and, just like Woody, I’ll look you in the eye and tell you what I think of you; and Woody’s favored epithet, You low life son of a bitch, will only be the start of it.

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Negro Folk Songs as Sung by Leadbelly John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax. Introduction, musical transcriptions and arrangements by Ruth Crawford Seeger. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1941, Cloth, 416 pp.

Reviews (7)
Felolune
An historical collection of songs that paint a picture of poverty and hardship. If we never tune in to this kind of singing we do not see the whole picture. Popular music is so polished and one-dimensional that it makes us forget what the truth of life sounds like. Thanks to the folks who assembled these lyrics and the publisher who put it out there for a public feast of reality.

Steelraven
This is a great collection of songs. They are easy to play.

The ideas in these songs need to be spread more widely, so the current rule by the rich could be better fought.

Mr.jeka
The songs are great, the insight into the Depression is so interesting, and the message of the songwriters is clear as day.

Aedem
The perfect book for those interested in Depression-era music. It also has great pictures from famous photographers of the period.

Zavevidi
Woody Guthrie's commentary was particularly interesting; wish there was more of a contribution by Pete Seeger.

Linn
love it!

Gagas
Thanks, Woody, you will live on forever with your wonderful music.

It shows the power of music is a very special way, and illustrates the plight of the working class in this country throughout the years.

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