Mellows, a chronicle of unknown singers, by R. Emmet Kennedy; decorations by Simmons Persons.
|Location||Call Number||Status||Consortium Loan|
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
Lauinger Special Collections Meyer Family Collection
|M1670 .K36 1925||NOT AVAILABLE FOR USE|
African Americans -- Louisiana.
African Americans -- Songs and music.
4 preliminary leaves, 183 pages illustrations 31 cm
Label on spine: Negro works songs, street cries and spirituals.
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.
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