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The Great American SongbooksMusical Texts, Modernism, and the Value of Popular Culture$

T. Austin Graham

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199862115

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199862115.001.0001

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(p.213) Appendix: Audio Guide

(p.213) Appendix: Audio Guide

Source:
The Great American Songbooks
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Excerpts from the following recordings can be found in an online audio guide hosted by Oxford University Press (at www.oup.com/us/thegreatamericansongbooks/, by using the username Music1 and password Book5983). Complete recordings can be found at the locations indicated.

  1. 1) Maria Callas, “Dormono Etrambi,” from Norma (1952). The complete recording is available on CD (EMI, 1995), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  2. 2) Montserrat Caballé, “Il Dolce Suono,” from Lucia di Lammermoor (1976). The complete recording is available on CD (Decca, 2002), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  3. 3) Plácido Domingo and Raina Kabaivanska, “Cessaro I Suoni,” Ernani (1969). The complete recording is available on CD (Oper d’oro, 2007), and for download at www.itunes.com

  4. 4) Seiji Ozawa, Maurice Peress, and Leonard Bernstein, Central Park in the Dark (1962). The complete recording is available on CD (Sony, 2005), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  5. 5) Harry MacDonough and Lucy Isabelle Marsh, “Babes in the Wood” (Victor, 1917). The complete recording can be found at www.archive.org.

  6. 6) Marie Tiffany, “Kiss Me Again” (Edison, 1919). The complete recording can be found at cylinders.library.ucsb.edu.

  7. 7) Elizabeth Spencer, “My Beautiful Lady” (Edison, 1913). The complete recording can be found at cylinders.library.ucsb.edu.

  8. 8) Ada Jones, “Ring Ting-a-Ling” (Columbia, 1912). The complete recording can be found at www.archive.org. (p.214)

  9. 9) Elizabeth Spencer, “Poor Butterfly” (Edison 1917). The complete recording can be found at cylinders.library.ucsb.edu.

  10. 10) John McCormack, “Three O’clock in the Morning” (Victrola, 1922). The complete recording can be found at www.archive.org.

  11. 11) Frances Alda and the Orpheus Quartet, “Deep River” (Victor, 1917). The complete recording can be found at www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/gramophone.

  12. 12) The Fisk Jubilee Singers, “Deep River” (1940). The complete recording is available on CD, Fisk Jubilee Singers in Chronological Order (Document, 1997), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  13. 13) Al Bernard, “Nigger Blues” (Edison, 1919). The complete recording can be found at cylinders.library.ucsb.edu.

  14. 14) The New Orleans Rhythm Kings and Jelly Roll Morton, “Weary Blues” (Gennett 1923). The complete recording is available on CD, New Orleans Rhythm Kings and Jelly Roll Morton (Milestone, 1992), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  15. 15) Marion Harris, “St. Louis Blues” (Columbia, 1920). The complete recording is available at www.archive.org.

  16. 16) Marie Cahill, “The Dallas Blues” (Victor, 1917). The complete recording is available at www.archive.org.

  17. 17) Blind Lemon Jefferson, “Stocking Feet Blues” (Paramount, 1926). The complete recording is available on CD, Blind Lemon Jefferson (Milestone 1991), and for download at www.itunes.com.

  18. 18) Papa Charlie Jackson, “Shake That Thing” (Paramount, 1925). The complete recording is available on CD, Complete Recorded Works (Document, 1994), and for download at www.itunes.com.