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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Gitarre Solo (easy Tablature)
Genre: Standards, Calypso

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Easytab, Leichte Tabulatur Für Gitarre

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Mary's Boy Child

Harry Belafonte
Pf(e), Klavier (elektrik)

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Pvg(rhm), Klavier, Gesang & Gitarre (rechte Hand Melodie)

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Island In The Sun

Harry Belafonte
Pvg(rhm), Klavier, Gesang & Gitarre (rechte Hand Melodie)

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Jamaica Farewell

Harry Belafonte
Pvg(rhm), Klavier, Gesang & Gitarre (rechte Hand Melodie)

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Silent Night

Harry Belafonte
Pvg(rhm), Klavier, Gesang & Gitarre (rechte Hand Melodie)

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Uke, Ukulele

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Jamaica Farewell

Harry Belafonte
Uke, Ukulele

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Ucl, Ukulele Mit Anschlagmuster

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Jamaica Farewell

Harry Belafonte
Ucl, Ukulele Mit Anschlagmuster

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

Harry Belafonte
Ukulele
Genre: Folk, Volkstümlich, Calypso, Caribbean

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Roots Of The Revival: American And British Folk Music ...

Ronald D. Cohen
roots Of The Revival: American And British Folk Music In The 1950s (music In American Life)
in Roots Of The Revival: American And British Folk Music In The 1950s , Ronald D. Cohen And Rachel Clare Donaldson Present A Transatlantic History Of Folk's Midcentury Resurgence That Juxtaposes The Related But Distinct Revivals That Took Place In The United States And Great Britain. After Setting The Stage With The Work Of Music Collectors In The Nineteenth Century, The Authors Explore The So-called Recovery Of Folk Music Practices And Performers By Alan Lomax And Others, Including Journeys To And Within The British Isles That Allowed Artists And Folk Music Advocates To Absorb Native Forms And Facilitate The Music's Transatlantic Exchange. Cohen And Donaldson Place The Musical And Cultural Connections Of The Twin Revivals Within The Decade's Social And Musical Milieu And Grapple With The Performers' Leftist Political Agendas And Artistic Challenges, Including The Fierce Debates Over 'authenticity' In Practice And Repertoire That Erupted When Artists Like Harry Belafonte And The Kingston Trio Carried Folk Into The Popular Music Mainstream. From Work Songs To Skiffle, From The Weavers In Greenwich Village To Burl Ives On The Bbc, Roots Of The Revival Offers A Frank And Wide-ranging Consideration Of A Time, A Movement, And A Transformative Period In American And British Pop Culture.
university Of Illinois Press
buch / Notenbuch (ebook)

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The Conscience Of The Folk Revival: The Writings Of ...

Scott Barretta
the Conscience Of The Folk Revival: The Writings Of Israel Izzy Young (american Folk Music And Musicians Series)
israel G. “izzy” Young Was The Proprietor Of The Folklore Center In Greenwich Village From The Late 1950s To The Early 1970s. The Literal Center Of The New York Folk Music Scene, The Center Not Only Sold Records, Books, And Guitar Strings But Served As A Concert Hall, Meeting Spot, And Information Kiosk For All Folk Scene Events. Among Young’s First Customers Was Harry Belafonte; Among His Regular Visitors Were Alan Lomax And Pete Seeger. Shortly After His Arrival In New York City In 1961, An Unknown Bob Dyan Banged Away At Songs On Young’s Typewriter. Young Would Also Stage Dylan’s First Concert, As Well As Shows By Joni Mitchell, The Fugs, Emmylou Harris, And Tim Buckley, Doc Watson, Son House, And Mississippi John Hurt.
the Conscience Of The Folk Revival: The Writings Of Israel “izzy” Young collects Young’s Writing, From His Regular Column “frets And Frails” For sing Out! Magazine (1959-1969) To His Commentaries On Such Contentious Issues As Copyright And Commercialism. Also Including His Personal Recollections Of Seminal Figures, From Bob Dylan And Alan Lomax To Harry Smith And Woody Guthrie, This Collection Removes The Rose Tinting Of Past Memoirs By Offering Young’s Detailed, Day-by-day Accounts. A Key Collection Of Primary Sources On The American Countercultural Scene In New York City, This Work Will Interest Not Only Folk Music Fans, But Students And Scholars Of American Social And Cultural History.

scarecrow Press
buch / Notenbuch (ebook)

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