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Thu Oct 16 17:57:49 2014 UTClccn-n861382280.06Children's songs0.561.00Billy Faier collection,53179034Billy_Faiern 861382281651088Faier, William Davidlccn-n50023840Duberman, Martin B.lccn-n79026751Brand, Oscarsngcndprflccn-no97028460English, Loganprflccn-nr91026886McGarrigle, Katelccn-n87145536Lavin, Christinelccn-n96045794Williams, Robin1947-lccn-no2014004650Rowe, Sean1975-lccn-no97047867Williams, Linda1947-lccn-n86855933Geremia, Paullccn-n96015739Baran, RomaFaier, BillyDramaFolk musicFolk songsFolk-rock musicPopular musicHistoryMusicPeriodicalsMethods‡vSelf-instructionMethodsCampaign songsCaliforniaUnited States, WestFolk songs, EnglishUnited StatesAfrican AmericansFolk musicRace relationsGold mines and miningPopular musicFolk-rock musicChildren's songsBanjo musicBallads, EnglishBluegrass musicBawdy songsFolk songsBanjo music, ArrangedGuitar music, ArrangedMandolin music, ArrangedGuitar musicGold minersPresidents--ElectionFolk dance musicBanjo and guitar musicEnglandGuitarPatriotic musicPolitical ballads and songsFaier, BillySeeger, Pete,Folk musiciansManners and customsPopular instrumental musicWarner, Frank,Blues (Music)BanjoistsAbrahams, Roger DIndiana University NorthwestTopical songsGreenbriar BoysBanjoComposersOklahomaReynolds, MalvinaMcCarthy, Joseph,Silber, Irwin,MusiciansFamiliesRitchie, Jean193019571958195919601961196419651973197519961997200020022003200620072009201220135304862329M1660ocn003510710ocn003477716ocn005855673ocn035127613ocn006243067ocn045074762ocn015352197ocn003101085ocn610027172ocn019565193ocn527790242ocn820643879ocn765012181ocn661532012ocn5277902421464ocn003510710rcrd19640.56Duberman, Martin BIn white AmericaHistoryDramaHistory of Negro in America told through documents, letters, speeches, reminiscences, music, etc713ocn003477716rcrd19570.77English, LoganThe days of '49 songs of the gold rushMusic641ocn856984827rcrd20130.29Live at CaffeĚ€ Lena music from America's legendary coffeehouse (1967-2013)Folk musicFolk songsFolk-rock musicPopular musicForty-seven unreleased performances by Dave Van Ronk, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Kate McGarrigle, Sleepy John Estes, Arlo Guthrie, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and more. Welcome to Caffe Lena, a small coffeehouse opened in 1960 by Lena Spencer in Saratoga Springs, NY. It has played host to influential artists across diverse genres of music; traditional folk, blues, singer/songwriters, jazz and bluegrass. Some performances were captured on tape, offering the listener a seat inside this hallowed venue385ocn045074762rcrd19600.66Brand, OscarElection songs of the United StatesMusicElection Songs of the United States Notes by Irwin Silber241ocn005855673rcrd19580.06McCurdy, EdChildren's songs162ocn003882498serial0.84CaravanPeriodicals141ocn035127613rcrd19960.21Banjo jamboree141ocn006243067rcrd19590.84Son of dalliance131ocn015352197rcrd19570.79McCurdy, EdWhen dalliance was in flower131ocn017333044score19590.86The Goofing-off suite : instrumental pieces for 5-string banjo and guitar and mandolin101ocn051319736rcrd20020.10Seeger, MikeBanjo jamboree101ocn813547326rcrd20120.35Imaginational anthem. essential guitar81ocn007506629rcrd19730.84Faier, BillyBanjo81ocn019565193rcrd19570.95Faier, BillyThe art of the five-string banjo71ocn036889023rcrd19960.59Singing the new traditions songs, singers, and instrumentalists of the folk revival72ocn034473764score19580.82Faier, BillyBilly Faier's banjo book : six selections from "The art of the 5-string banjo."Methods61ocn002918600rcrd19590.21How to play folk guitarMethods Self-instruction62ocn050238380rcrd0.29McCurdy, EdThe Best of Ed McCurdy41ocn055041789rcrd0.92Faier, BillyTravelin' man41ocn012892914rcrd0.74Five-string banjo greats11ocn055033843mix1.00Faier, BillyBilly Faier collectionAudio recordings include live and studio performances of Faier and other musicians; interviews with Aunt Molly Jackson and Frank and Ann Warner; recordings of Faier's radio shows; documentation of social and political events; and dubs from old records11ocn064184832mix1.00Cohen, Ronald DRonald D. Cohen collectionHistoryPeriodicalsPhotographsThe collection consists of papers, photographs, and audiovisual materials relating to Ronald Cohen, Sis Cunningham, Gordon Friesen, Broadside, Photo-Sound Associates, and many others, chiefly from the folk music scene. Broadside papers, 1957-1999, include original artwork; operations correspondence; transcriptions of songs; articles; press releases; and concert flyers. Cohen papers, 1932-2005, include correspondence; materials related to recording and book projects; and research files documenting his studies of American topical songs and protest songs, the folk revival movement, and McCarthy-era Communism. Sis Cunningham papers, 1914-1998, include correspondence, family memorabilia, and original songs, plays, and writings. Some materials relate to the Red Dust Players. Gordon Friesen papers, late 1930s-1983, include correspondence, drawings, and writings, many documenting his career as a newspaper journalist and novelist. Photographs consist of family photographs of Sis Cunningham, Gordon Friesen, and their family. There are also a few unidentified images of old downtown storefronts and cars. Audiovisual materials include Cohen's collection of audiocassettes with recordings of folk music radio programs, copies of 78 rpm records, interviews, and commercial recordings. Microcassettes include recordings of Cohen's interviews with folk musicians and others associated with folk music. Other audiovisual materials include Cunningham and Friesen's family films and videocassettes documenting the 1991 Richard Reuss Memorial Folk Music Convention. The Addition of 2011 contains photographs, primarily black-and-white 35mm roll film negatives, documenting the folk revival movement in and around New York City that were taken by Aaron Rennert and Ray Sullivan of Photo-Sound Associates11ocn489269898mix1.00Darling, ErikErik Darling papersThe collection contains correspondence, scores, sheet music, song lyrics, photographs, moving image materials, audio recordings, and other items related to Erik Darling and his musical career. Correspondence discusses song writing and other activities. Correspondents include Fred Hellerman, Don McLean, Al Perrin, Pete Seeger, and other folk artists and friends. Also included are handwritten and photocopied scores with annotations by Darling; song lyrics by Darling and various collaborators; and printed and photocopied versions of sheet music. There are also clippings relating to the 2004 reunion performance of the Weavers; photographs of both the Tarriers and the Weavers; negatives from the 1954 Musical Americana Tour; several DVDs and videotapes that relate to various groups; recordings of phone interviews conducted by Darling with friends and associates, including Billy Faier, Guy Carawan, and Pete Seeger, while in the process of writing his autobiography "I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music" (2008) and compact discs containing notes for and chapters from the autobiography; and recordings of music by Darling and others, including commercially released audiodiscs, demos, dubs, mixes, and masters of commercial and non-commercial recordingsThu Oct 16 15:54:13 EDT 2014batch14252