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The ballad record [sound recording] / sung by Ed McCurdy.

Author/Creator:
McCurdy, Ed, 1919-2000, , Performer
Publication:
New York City : Riverside, [1955]
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Series:
Folklore series
Status/Location:
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Subjects:
Ballads, English -- England.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Contents:
British ballads: Sir Patrick Spens ; The three ravens ; The twa corbies ; Get up and bar the door ; Son Davie, son Davie ; The unquiet grave ; The bitter withy
British ballads in America: Crow song ; Black Jack Davie ; Old bangum ; High barbary
Broadside ballads: Brennan on the moor ; William Glen ; The butcher boy ; The poor and single sailor
American ballads: Springfield Mountain ; John Henry ; Canada I. O. ; Naomi Wise.
Participant:
Folk songs; sung, with guitar acc., by Ed McCurdy.
Notes:
Recorded in NYC, Mar, 21 & 29, 1955.
Autobiographical note by Ed McCurdy and program notes by MacEdward Leach on container. Texts and editors's note (23 p.) inserted in container.
Contains:
Sir Patrick Spens.
Three ravens.
Twa corbies.
Get up and bar the door.
Son Davie, son Davie.
Unquiet grave.
Bitter withy.
Crow song.
Black Jack Davie.
Old bangum.
High barbary.
Brennan on the moor.
William Glen.
Butcher boy.
Poor and single sailor.
Springfield Mountain.
John Henry.
Canada I. O.
Naomi Wise.
OCLC:
6588444
Publisher Number:
RLP 12-601 Riverside