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Music Boxes, Carousels, and Hand Organ
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(Cook Records, 1950), 46 mins
This special collection of 19th-century music boxes, carousels and hand organs yields not only the delicate bell-like tingle we associate with the music box or the huskier sound of hand organ bellows, but also a few not-yet-so-elegant jangles from some of the earliest ever mechanical contraptions.
(Cook Records, 1950), 46 mins
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Wood That Sings: Indian Fiddle Music of the Americas
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produced by Terence Winch, 1945- and Nicholas R. Spitzer, fl. 1986 (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1997), 1 hour 13 mins
This anthology of Indian fiddle music of the Americas features performances by Indian musicians from Nova Scotia and Manitoba to North Dakota and Arizona, to Mexico, Peru, and elsewhere in Latin America. Using this most popular of instruments as a way to explore the great variety and creativity of Indian musical...
produced by Terence Winch, 1945- and Nicholas R. Spitzer, fl. 1986 (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1997), 1 hour 13 mins
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Däfos
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(Mickey Hart Collection, 1989), 44 mins, 8 page(s)

Däfos is a musical ethnography of an imaginary country created by Mickey Hart and Airto Moreira. The album was recorded live in San Francisco as a celebration of percussion music with the help of Jose Lorenzo and his Brazilian percussion group Batucaje. Originally released in 1983 and later reissued as part of €..

(Mickey Hart Collection, 1989), 44 mins, 8 page(s)
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2: 1866-1900: The Music of Emancipation
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written by Hansonia L. Caldwell, fl. 1999 (Los Angeles, CA: Ikoro Communications, 1995), 36 page(s)
written by Hansonia L. Caldwell, fl. 1999 (Los Angeles, CA: Ikoro Communications, 1995), 36 page(s)
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Chapter IX: Dances of the American Negroes
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written by Henry Edward Krehbiel, 1854-1923; in Afro American Folksongs (New York, NY: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, 1962), 121-135
written by Henry Edward Krehbiel, 1854-1923; in Afro American Folksongs (New York, NY: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, 1962), 121-135
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Deep River: Reflections on the Religious Insight of Certain of the Negro Spirituals
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written by Howard Thurman, 1899-1981 (New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1955), 95 page(s)
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