American Folk

Some articles on american folk, folk, american, americans:

Almeda Riddle
... Almeda Riddle (1898–1986) was an American folk singer ... songs from this session were issued on American Folk Songs For Children in the Atlantic Records Southern Folk Heritage series of LPs, and reissued as the Atlantic records ... These records made Almeda Riddle widely known to devotees of the American folk music revival ...
Timeline Of Music In The United States (1920–1949) - 1928
... Interest in traditional American square dances peaks ... He will leave lasting influences on American folk and country music from these fields ... Spanish-language radio broadcasting begins, targeting Mexican Americans in California ...
Camp Naivelt - Contributions To The History of Music in Canada
... Estelle Klein, the first artistic director of the Mariposa Folk Festival was another alumnus of Camp Naivelt ... Legendary American folk singer Pete Seeger (1919-), who composed, Where Have All The Flowers Gone, If I Had A Hammer, the civil rights anthem, We Shall Overcome and Turn, Turn, Turn ... Seeger co-founded the legendary folk group, "The Weavers" ...
Black Is The Colour (Of My True Love's Hair) - Recorded Versions
... including Artist Album Genre Year Comments John Jacob Niles American Folk Lore Vol. 1941 ... Also appears on American Folk Love Songs to Dulcimer Accompaniment, Six Favorite Folk Songs, John Jacob Niles Sings American Folk Songs, I Wonder As I ... Burl Ives Wayfaring Stranger Traditional folk 1944 Jo Stafford American Folk Songs Traditional folk 1950 Gordon Heath Lee Payant Chants Traditionnels Des États ...
Seeger Family
... Charles Seeger (1886 - 1979), American musicologist, composer, and teacher (i) Constance Edson Seeger, violinist first wife of Charles 3 children Charles Seeger III, (1912-2002. 1919), one of the pre-eminent American folk and protest singers of the 20th century Mika Seeger American ceramic artist daughter of Pete Tao Rodríguez-Seeger. 1972), a contemporary American folk musician son of Mika (ii) Ruth Crawford Seeger (1901 - 1953), a modernist composer and an American folk music specialist ...

Famous quotes containing the words folk and/or american:

    The ties between gentle folk are as pure as water; the links between scoundrels are as thick as honey.
    Chinese proverb.

    I have fallen in love with American names,
    Stephen Vincent Benét (1898–1943)