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Folksongs of Illinois. #3 [sound recording]
Music Music | Distributed by University of Illinois Press | p2007
Available at Adult Compact Disc (Call number: P COLL FSI-3 I03)
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Adult Compact Disc P COLL FSI-3 I03 CHECK SHELF

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Imprint
Chicago, IL : Illinois Humanities Council ; [S.l.] : Distributed by University of Illinois Press, p2007.
Descript
1 sound disc (56 min., 6 sec.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Note
Sung in various languages.
English, Bosnian Finnish, Polish, and Croatian folk songs performed by Illinois musicians.
Performer
Various performers.
Note
Originally recorded 1926-2007.
Compact disc.
Essay and liner notes by Nicole Saylor and Bucky Halker and selected lyrics on container insert.
Contents
Stockyard blues (Katherine Davis with Brother John Kattke) -- Aj bano janjo = Oh my lamb (Kapugi Brothers with Edo Ljubic) -- El-a-noy (Win Stracke) -- Shawneetown flood (Gordons) -- Ähä-Ähä (Julius Silk) -- Repasz Band march (Kotsatka Concertina Quartette) -- Solidarity forever (Union Boys with Burl Ives, Ralph Chaplin, and Pete Seeger) -- Little birdie (Bray Brothers) -- Jakem do dziewczyny chodzit = When I was a-courtin' (Eddie Terlikowski and Little Wally Jagiello) -- Goin' down to Cairo (Sons of the Never Wrong -- Black, brown and white blues (Big Bill Broonzy) -- Take my hand precious Lord (Mahalia Jackson) -- Jodler Landler (Moser Brothers) -- Lost on the Lady Elgin (Lee Murdock) -- Tramp on the street (Cathy and Lloyd Reynolds) -- Sue za tuojoljuban = Broken wine glass (Skertich Brothers) -- Neighborhood is a friendly place (Ella Jenkins) -- Way down in Shawneetown (Chris Vallillo).
Local Note
Drct, 11-07
Genre
Alt Title
Folk songs of Illinois. #3
ISBN
9780252032752
0252032756
ISBN/ISSN
837101247986
Music #
IHC07-03 Illinois Humanities Council
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