4 edition of Alabama folklife found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and discographies.
|Statement||edited by Stephen H. Martin.|
|Contributions||Martin, Stephen Harvey, 1948-, Alabama Folklife Association.|
|LC Classifications||GR110.A2 A43 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||91158052|
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Order from the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, North Hull Street, Montgomery, AL ; () Checks made payable to the Alabama Folklife Association; $ (Add $ for postage). Benjamin Lloyd’s Primitive Hymns. A book of essays with enclosed CD exploring Alabama’s oldest hymnal, published in Her book “A New tance of Alabama’s folklife back in the early days of the agency’s formation. Supporting folk artists and folklife projects has long been a high priority of the Council. After the Council was established in , one of the first.
Joyce H. Cauthen is Executive Director of the Alabama Folklife Association (verifying) and author of With Fiddle and Well-Rosined Bow: A History of Old-Time Fiddling in Alabama. “This collection of essays, best described as an extended set of liner notes to its accompanying compact disc, frames its topic with deceptive modesty. Publishes regional books of national interest under the imprints of NewSouth Books, Junebug Books, and Court Street Press. Special interest in non-fiction, literary fiction, poetry, folklore, and folk art titles exploring the history and culture of the South. Children's chapter books, including African American and Native American subjects.
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About this collection The Alabama Folklife Collection features a selection of images and audio recordings from the Archive of Alabama Folk Culture (AAFC). The AAFC was established in in order to house and make available the body of fieldwork gathered by the Alabama Folklife Association and the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture.
Celebrating Alabama’s multicultural folk heritage in music, books, video, and Tributaries: Journal of the AFA. This collection features a selection of images and audio recordings from the Archive of Alabama Folk Culture (AAFC).
The AAFC was established in in order to house and make available the body of fieldwork gathered by the Alabama Folklife Association and the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture. Traditional Music of Alabama vol. 5: New Book Gospel Shape Note Singing — Alabama Folklife Association Music highlights the importance of the Southern Gospel “New-Book” or seven shape-note singing tradition in Alabama, featuring contemporary songwriters and singing-school : Alabama Folklife Association.
Tells the story of Judge Jackson of Ozark, AL who published a book of religious songs written by and for African American Shape note singers in (Hardcover book and CD)Brand: Alabama Folklife Association. Essays on Shape note singing, Dr. Watts hymns, Psalm singing, bluegrass gospel, a capella gospel quartets, moaning, and more.
(Book and CD)Brand: Alabama Folklife Association. Alabama Folklife Association Logo The Alabama Folklife Association (AFA), headquartered at the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture in Montgomery, is a statewide nonprofit volunteer organization that promotes knowledge and appreciation of Alabama folklife.
It sponsors research on traditional aspects of Alabama folk culture, including shape-note singing, decoration. See posts, photos and more on Facebook.
The Alabama World War I Service Records are index cards with personal details about Alabamians who served in the armed forces during World War I. Information recorded may include name, race, age, date and place of birth, home address, date and location of induction, units served in, rank, engagements, wounds, dates and locations of service, date of discharge, and other remarks.
John Henry is an African American folk is said to have worked as a "steel-driving man"—a man tasked with hammering a steel drill into rock to make holes for explosives to blast the rock in constructing a.
afa Alabama Folklife Association: mosaic: pcoll2: Autauga Co. mosaic: asfa Alabama School of Fine Arts: mosaic: pcoll Athens State University. Alabama joined the United States of America on Decem As the only state in the union to ever have designated a quilt (the Pine Burr) as an official state symbol, it was a foregone conclusion that quilts would play a role in celebrating Alabama’s th mark the occasion, the Alabama Folklife Association invited master quiltmakers to create five original quilts.
Alabama has long been considered by folksong collectors as a state rich in traditional music. This is particularly a result of the waves of Scots-Irish and African peoples that populated the region during the nineteenth century, whose musical traditions were sustained by the enduring agricultural economy and by their relative cultural stability.
When twentieth-century folksong collectors. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Tributaries Journal of the Alabama Folklife Association Issue No. 12, by n/a and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Alabama Textual Materials Collection; Alabama Maps and Blueprints Collection; Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection; Alabama Media Group Collection; Alabama Posters Collection; Alabama Audiovisual Collection; Alabama Folklife Collection; Voter Registration Books; Alabama Constitutions; Alabama Legislative Acts, Journals, and.
American Folklife Center collections from Alabama document expressive culture from nearly every corner of the state and span nearly a century.
Beginning with recordings of a guitarist in Birmingham by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax inthey continue today with oral histories of Civil Rights leaders such as C.T. Vivian who recounts events in. Montgomery, Ala.: Published by NewSouth Books for the Alabama Folklife Association, Alabama Folklife: Collected Essays [Stephen H.
Martin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A collection of old essays and photographs, by people from Alabama, about Alabama Manufacturer: Alabama Folklife Association. Folklife This grant program supports projects and activities which serve to identify, preserve and/or present Alabama folk traditions.
Projects and activities may include festivals, field surveys, performances, exhibitions and documentation projects such as film, video, photography recordings, radio.
Alabama Folklife Exhibits. likes. AFA has two traveling exhibits available to schools, churches, and arts and humanities organizations and institutions.Alabama Folklife Collection. This is a sample of taped recordings in the Alabama Folklife Festival and Alabama Folk Sampler Collection.
This collection consists of recordings of performances at the Alabama Folklife Festival held in Montgomery from Chasing John Henry in Alabama and Mississippi: A Personal Memoir of Work in Progress Tributaries: Journal of the Alabama Folklife Association Issue No.
5 pp Synopsis In my opinion, the data gathered by Guy Johnson and Louis Chappell, and published in their books of andrespectively, make it very unlikely that John Henry.