Mellows, a chronicle of unknown singers, by R. Emmet Kennedy; decorations by Simmons Persons.


New York, A. and C. Boni [©1925] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1670 .K36 Available Request
Georgetown
Lauinger Special Collections Meyer Family Collection
M1670 .K36 1925 NOT AVAILABLE FOR USE
Subjects African Americans -- Louisiana.
African Americans -- Songs and music.
African Americans.
Louisiana.
Spirituals (Songs)
Description 4 preliminary leaves, 183 pages illustrations 31 cm
Notes Label on spine: Negro works songs, street cries and spirituals.
Contains music.
Contents Mellows -- Rock Mount Sinai -- Dry bones -- Go down, death -- I'm goin' home on a cloud -- Who's goin' to close my dyin' eyes? -- O Mary, where is your baby? -- Poor little Jesus -- Troubles was hard -- I got a home in the rock -- O Lord, how long? -- Lonesome valley -- Blind man stood on the road and cried -- I fold up my arms and I wonder -- If you can't come, send one angel down -- I got two wings -- He never said a mumblin' word -- That suits me -- O Mary, what you weepin' about? -- My soul wants to go home to glory -- I'm a soldier of the cross in the army of my Lord -- Toll the bell, angel, I just got over -- Heaven -- Little David play on your harp -- The old mule -- My baby in a guinea-blue gown -- Grumbellin' people -- Honey baby.
Genre Music.
Geographic Area Louisiana
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm06608765
(OCoLC)6608765
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