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The Hand That Holds the Bread [electronic resource]

Rivers, Earl; Root, George F; Harrison, John W; Work, Henry C; Casey, Thomas F; Loyd, George W; Winner, Septimus; Jones, Jesse H; Mullally, W. S; Skelly, J. P; Christy, Edwin Pearce; Scanlan, Wm. J; Towne, T. Martin; Hutchinson, John W; Rosenfeld, Monroe H; Eastburn; Parkhurst, E. A., Mrs; Bonnell, Otto; Asher, Angelo A; Recorded Anthology of Am...
Format
Sound Recording; Streaming Audio; Online
Description
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Web browser; QuickTime 6.5.2 or later.
Publication
New York, N.Y. : DRAM, [2007]
Publisher no.
80267 DRAM
Tracks
  • The hand that holds the bread / George F. Root (1:25)
  • The anti-monopoly war song / R.J. Harrison? (2:15)
  • The Pacific railroad / George F. Root (2:15)
  • The song of the red man / Henry C. Work (2:54)
  • The future America / trad. and H.C. Dodge (1:37)
  • Drill, ye tarriers, drill / Thomas F. Casey? (2:53)
  • A laborer you see, and I love liberty / George W. Loyd (1:03)
  • Out of work / Alice Hawthorne [Septimus Winner] (2:59)
  • Eight hours / Jesse H. Jones and I.G. Blanchard (2:29)
  • The Chinese, the Chinese, you know / W.S. Mullally and John E. Donnelly (1:16)
  • Little Ah Sid / Joseph P. Skelly (2:24)
  • No Irish need apply / O'Reilly? (2:35)
  • Uncle Sam's farm / E.P. Christy and Jesse Hutchinson (2:15)
  • Jim Fisk, or he never went back on the poor / William J. Scanlan? (3:54)
  • Kick him when he's down / T. Martin Towne (1:57)
  • We never speak as we pass by / anon. and Frank Egerton? (2:49)
  • When the girls can vote / M.H. Evans and Emma Pow Smith [Bauder] (1:14)
  • The fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man / John Hutchinson (3:11)
  • Ma! Ma! where's my Pa? / H.R. Monroe [Monroe Rosenfeld] (4:27)
  • Little brown jug / Eastburn [Joseph Eastburn Winner] (1:26)
  • Father's a drunkard, and mother is dead / Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst and "Stella" of Washington [Nellie H. Bradley] (4:13)
  • Crooked whiskey / anon. and "Sour Mash" (2:07)
  • After the fair / Otto Bonnell and Charles K. Harris (2:44).
Performers
Cincinnati's University Singers ; Earl Rivers, director.
Recording Info
Recorded at Corbett Auditorium, University of Cincinnati.
Notes
  • Streaming audio.
  • "Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
  • Title from image of compact disc cover on Web page (viewed July 10, 2007).
  • Compact disc; originally released as analog disc (NW 267), 1978.
  • Historical and descriptive notes by William Brooks, vocal texts, and chronology, bibliography and discography (37 p.) inserted in container.
  • Includes program notes.
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