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This was a rich collection of songs that focused on work and survival. “A life of isolation, without books or newspapers or telephone or radio, breeds songs and ballads,” Lomax argued. indb 52 4/10/06 11:58:53 AM 1 9 3 0 – 1 9 5 0 53 him as a driver and introduced him to northern audiences, where he performed the amazing repertoire of songs that would inspire generations of music fans. In 1936 John and Alan published Negro Folk Songs As Sung by Lead Belly. As John Lomax explained, “Alan and I were looking particularly for the songs of the Negro laborer, the words of which sometimes reflect the tragedies of imprisonment, cold, hunger, heat, the injustice of the white man.

C. Handy and was not interested in the current outpouring of blues recordings. ” But she preferred work songs and ballads, seemingly more authentic. Howard Odum and Guy Johnson’s The Negro and His Songs, published in 1925, has a similar division (religious songs, social songs, and work songs), but with no designation for the blues. D. ” Parts soon appeared in two articles about “Folk-song and Folk-poetry: As Found in the Secular Songs of the Southern Negroes,” and later in his book with Johnson.

The previous year Harvard had issued Roland Gray’s Songs and Ballads of the Maine Lumberjacks, indicating an interest beyond the South. Cox met many traditional singers, white and black, including one old woman who “made her living … by washing, begging, and selling off things that she could get along without. indb 38 4/10/06 11:58:46 AM 1 9 0 0 – 1 9 3 0 39 Isabel and the Elf Knight,” but also included “John Hardy,” “Davy Crockett,” “Putting On the Style,” “The Arkansaw Traveller,” and other local standards.

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