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Title The hand that holds the bread [sound recording].

Imprint New York : New World Records, [1997], p1978.

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Description 1 sound disc (59 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (39 p.)
Note "Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
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.
Contents 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) --
(cont) 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).
Performer Cincinnati's University Singers ; Earl Rivers, director.
Event Recorded at Corbett Auditorium, University of Cincinnati.
Subject Protest songs.
Working class -- United States -- Songs and music.
Popular music -- United States -- To 1901.
Added Author Rivers, Earl. Director.
Root, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895. Hand that holds the bread.
Harrison, John W. (John Wallace), 1821-1908. Anti-monopoly war song.
Root, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895. Pacific railroad.
Work, Henry C. (Henry Clay), 1832-1884. Song of the red man.
Casey, Thomas F. (Thomas Francis), 1923- Drill, ye tarriers, drill.
Loyd, George W. Laborer you see, and I love liberty.
Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902. Out of work.
Jones, Jesse H. (Jesse Holman), 1874-1956 Eight hours.
Mullally, W. S. Chinese, the Chinese, you know.
Skelly, J. P. (Joseph P.), 1853-1895. Little ah sid.
Christy, Edwin Pearce, 1815-1862. Uncle Sam's farm.
Scanlan, Wm. J. (William James), 1856-1898. Jim Fisk, or he never went back on the poor.
Towne, T. Martin (Thomas Martin), 1835-1911 or 12. Kick him when he's down.
Hutchinson, John W. (John Wallace), 1821-1908. Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.
Rosenfeld, Monroe H., 1861-1918. Ma! Ma! where's my Pa?
Eastburn, 1837-1918. Little brown jug.
Parkhurst, E. A., Mrs. Father's a drunkard, and Mother is dead.
Bonnell, Otto. After the fair.
Asher, Angelo A. Ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay.
Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Cincinnati's University Singers. Performer.
Note Sub-title on insert: Songs of progress and protest in the gilded age, 1865-1893
Standard No. 9322802672
Music No. 80267-2 New World Records
DIDX 034737 New World Records

 
    
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