Paul Robeson sings Ballad for Americans ; and, Carnegie Hall concert, vol. 2, 1965 - 1965
Scope and Contents
Paul Robeson, voice ; American Peoples Chorus, Victor Symphony Orchestra, Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor (1st work) ; Alan Booth, Harriet Wingreen, piano. Ballad for Americans / Earl Robinson, John Latouche (10:10) -- Go down, Moses (2:25) -- On my journey (1:35) -- Patterns of folk song (talk) and Hassidic chant of Levi Isaac / arr. Engel (5:55) -- Freedom (Czech hymn, arr. Smetana) -- The minstrel boy (1:52) -- O grieve you now my mother (1:23) -- Eriskay love lilt (3:50) -- This is the hammer / arr. L. Brown (1:55) -- Scandalize my name (1:55) -- Now sleeps the crimson petal / R. Quilter (2:20) -- The four rivers / J. Gorney, E. Eliscu, H. Myers (2:54) -- Mexican lullaby / arr. J. Vincent (2:29) -- Melody of Ode to Joy [All men are brothers] / Beethoven (2:17).
- 1965 - 1965
- American Peoples Chorus (Organization)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: Collection predominantly in English, some recordings in Hebrew, some in Italian.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
From the Collection: 3 Linear Feet