1 edition of Songs of American sailormen found in the catalog.
Songs of American sailormen
Joanna C. Colcord
|Other titles||Roll and go, songs of American sailormen.|
|Statement||by Joanna C. Colcord. With an introd. by Lincoln Colcord|
|LC Classifications||ML3780 .C6 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||64023700|
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The work was originally published in under the title Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen, then published in a revised and expanded edition in as Songs of American Sailormen; this is the edition you want.
It seems, dismayingly, to keep going in and out of print, but is often available by: 3. Genre/Form: Sea songs Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Colcord, Joanna C. (Joanna Carver), Songs of American.
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The work was originally published in under the title Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen, then published in a revised and expanded edition in as Songs of American Sailormen; this is the edition you want. It seems, dismayingly, to keep going in and out of print, but is often available used.5/5(2).
LAST-OF-THE-SAILORMEN Download Last-of-the-sailormen ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to LAST-OF-THE-SAILORMEN book pdf for free now. Last Of The Sailormen. was hailed a hero while serving aboard his first warship in the Spanish-American War and in became the first U.
Songs of American Sailormen in and an examination of nautical terms in: American English, Sea Language Comes Ashore, Colcord originally wanted to publish Roll and Go under the name J.
Colcord in order to disguise the fact that a woman had collected these songs. Roll and go, songs of American sailormen, compiled by Joanna C. Colcord, with introduction by Lincoln Colcord. Format Book Published Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill company [c] Description 12 p. l., p.
front., plates. 25 cm. Notes Contains. Songs of American Sailormen. Enlarged and Revised Edition, New York: Bramhall Press, The Oxford Book of Sea Songs Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0 7.
Traditional American Folk Songs from the Anne & Frank Warner Collection Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, Both Sharp [English Folk-Chanteys, London, ] and Terry [The Shanty Book Part II, London, ] comment that they have not come across any version other than Short’s—although Fox Smith [A Book of Shanties, London, ] and Colcord [Songs of American Sailormen, New York, ] (who published later) both give versions.
Find Songs Of American Sailormen by Colcord, Joanna C at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. Colcord had a successful career as an author both on the subject of the culture of seafaring and social work.
Inshe published a compilation of American sea songs, Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen (later reissued as Songs of American Sailormen). This publication was followed by Sea Language Comes Ashore and The American ion: University of Maine, New York School of.
Roll and go, songs of American sailormen, (Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, ), by Joanna Carver Colcord and Joanna Carver Colocord (page images at HathiTrust) Modern lays and ballads, (London, New York, H. Milford, ), by R. Leonard (page. The following is a partially annotated bibliography of our sources on chanteys and sailors' songs, mostly books, but with an occasional article also listed.
Basic Collections: Excellent foundations for sea song study or performance, each of these works contains ample commentary and many well-known chanteys. Colcord, Joanna C. Songs of American Sailormen. This one, which we call The Derby Ram Goes to Sea, comes from Joanna Colcord’s Songs of American Sailormen, from Capt.
John Robinson who had published it in an article in The Bellman in Stan Hugill also gives a version in Shanties of the Seven Seas. Come, all ye young sailormen, listen to me, I’ll sing you a song of the fish of the sea. Refrain Then blow, ye winds, westerly, westerly blow, We’re bound to the south’ard so steady she goes.
Oh, first came the whale, the biggest of all; He clumb up aloft and let every sail fall. Refrain. And next came the mack’rel with his. Works Cited in the Annotations and Text. Abbot: Francis H. Abbot and Alfred J. Swan, Eight Negro Songs [From Bedford Co.
Virginia].New York: Enoch & Sons, Adventure: Robert W. Gordon, "Old Songs That Men Have Sung," Adventure,passim. Annual Report: "Archive of American Folk Song from the report of R. Gordon, in charge," Annual Report of. Roll and Go - Songs of the American Sailormen - Bobbs-Merrill () The Ship - Retracing Captain Cook's Endeavor Voyage - Simon Baker The Whale (Moby-Dick) - Herman Melville Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor - Darcy Lever.
Great deals on Reference Hardcover North American Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Following another book of sea stories, An Instrument of the Gods (), Colcord turned increasingly to the research and writing of maritime history.
He assisted his sister, Joanna Carver Colcord, with her collection of chanteys, Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen (). American Negroes, writes Joanna C. Colcord in Songs of American Sailormen, were "the best singers that ever lifted a shanty aboard ship." Their rhythmic tunes served as "labor-saving" devices as they stowed cotton, hoisted sail, or cast anchor, becoming part of the sailorman's repertoire ("I'm bound to Alabama,/Oh roll the cotton down").Released on: Febru The fullest set of lyrics is in Hugill’s authoritative Shanties from the Seven Seas, but this text is a combination of what I remember with the version in Joanna C.
Antonio López de Santa Anna (c. ) is the only person I can think of who managed to be both larger than and smaller than life. Larger than life, because he was three times president (or at least warlord) of Mexico, first in (when he lost Texas), then again in (when he finished losing the already-badly-botched Mexican War), then again inbeing pushed out.
Songs of American Sailormen(p), Shantymen & Shantyboys(p). The Story of Alice Howe Gibbens James. Author: Susan E. Gunter; Publisher: U of Nebraska Press ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Alice in Jamesland, the first biography of Alice Howe Gibbens James wife of the psychologist and philosopher William James, and sister-in-law of novelist Henry James was made possible by.
: SHANTIES AND SAILOR'S SONGS: hardcover, 6¼" x 9¼", with dust jacket Stan Hugill served in sailing ships, and here describes the manner in which the shantymen sang and the purposes served by many shanties.
In robust, salty style, and by means of his own admirably clear drawings, he described the rigging, tackle, cordage and other ship's. Diego's Bold Shore (The tune was noted from Joseph McGinnis, and was used by both Joanna Colcord (Songs of American Sailormen, ) and Gale Huntington (Songs the Whalemen Sang,reprinted Dover, ), in both cases set to texts of Diego's Bold Shore[s] from other sources; both texts are given in the thread.
Midi made from notation in. Uncommon Sailor-Songs Forecastle Songs by Gordon Grant from Songs of American Sailormen, edited by Joanna C. Colcord, published by Bramhall House, The back page graphic of the "sailor and lady" is by Alice and Martin Provensen from the Fireside Book of Folk Songs, edited by Margaret Bradford Boni, published by Simon and Schuster, New York,File Size: 2MB.
12 Selected Folksong Arrangements (with a CD of performances and accompaniments Medium/Low Voice, Book/CD Pack).
Composed by Benjamin Britten (). Composed by Benjamin Britten (). Edited by Richard Walters. Singing sailors / [by] Ewan MacColl, A. Lloyd and Harry Corbet with Alf Edwards: concertina and chorus ; illus. by Gordon Grant from Songs of American Sailormen ; record notes by Edgar Waters Wattle Recordings Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation.
Waters, Edgar. Finally, you'll want to Sing Like a Pirate. The Oxford book of sea songs chosen and edited by Roy Palmer. Shantymen and shantyboys; songs of the sailor and lumberman compiled and collected by William Main Doerflinger.
Songs of American sailormen by Joanna C. Colcord, with an introduction by Lincoln Colcord. American Negroes, writes Joanna C. Colcord in Songs of American Sailormen, were "the best singers that ever lifted a shanty aboard ship." Their rhythmic tunes served as "labor-saving" devices as they stowed cotton, hoisted sail, or cast anchor, becoming part of the sailorman's repertoire ("I'm bound to Alabama,/Oh roll the cotton down").5/5(1).
Colcord, Joanna (ed.) / Songs of American Sailormen, Norton, Bk (/), p 40 Eskin, Sam. Sea Shanties and Loggers' Songs, Folkways FALP (), trk# 4. Both Sharp [English Folk-Chanteys, London, ] and Terry [The Shanty Book Part II, London, ] comment that they have not come across any version other than Short’s—although Fox Smith [A.
It was certainly known to Seven Seas sailors, with versions appearing in Songs of American Sailormen, edited by J. Colcard,and The Scottish Student’s Song Book, Glasgow, ‘Train’, in this instance, means ship. The Shanty Book: Sailor Shanties by Richard Runciman Terry: Songs of American sailormen by Joanna Carver Colcord: Songs of the Sailor and Lumberman by William M.
Doerflinger: A Treasury of American Folklore by B. Botkin. First published by Bobbs Merrill as "Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen" inrepublished by Norton and as "Songs of American Sailormen" with this edition published by Oak in Illustrated with 13 small black and white reproductions.
Five main categories of songs with lyrics and a melody line, guitar chords by Jerry. Shanties and Sea Songs " I soon got used to this singing, for the sailors never touched a rope without it.
Sometimes, when no one happened to strike up, Songs of American Sailormen. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. Doerflinger, William Main. .Part Three is given to American songs. The distinction between Part Two and Three is dubious at times but as reasonable as any. Marked by sound scholarship, the book provokes specu-lation on what the Moores missed in the rural Southwest.
That aside, they have produced a good book to put on the shelf alongside other well-known standards.Now, as an old woman, she came out with a beautiful book, Songs of American Sailormen. Joanna Colcord was her name, so he interviews her, has me sing a song, and then the symphony orchestra plays it.