4 edition of Hear America singing. found in the catalog.
Hear America singing.
Bibliography: p. 183-185.
|Statement||Illustrated by Carolyn Cather. Introd. by Harry Belafonte.|
|LC Classifications||ML3551 .A9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||67027292|
Published on Here's a virtual movie of the great Walt Whitman reading qiute possibly his best known poem "I Hear America Singing" his . Get this from a library! I hear America singing. [Walt Whitman; Robert Sabuda; Gunta Alexander; Lisa Tracy; Philomel Books.; South China Printing Co.] -- Whitman's famous poem, accompanied by linoleum-cut illustrations, depicts people at work all over an earlier America.
'I Hear America Singing' is a fantastic book and overview of the midth century folk music revival which seemed to also double as a social justice movement, considering its support of civil rights, and speaking out against war and injustice. This is an important book from a scholar deserving of attention.”. Hear America singing. New York, Lion Press [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Attaway. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 26 cm: Responsibility: by William Attaway, illustrated by Carolyn Cather. Introd. by.
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I Hear America Singing: An Introduction to Popular Music explores the evolution of popular music within the broader context of American social, political, and cultural history.
By forging connections between contemporary popular music and its roots in blues, jazz, and traditional folk music, this book offers a compelling portrait of America's rich musical heritage/5(2). Hear America Singing Paperback – April 1, by Ideals Publications Inc (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Ideals Publications Inc.
The book includes 2 of the best-loved American folk songs, with all the lyrics and easy-to-play musical arrangements of the tunes everyone remembers although they may need a little help with the words/5(10).
Within this book of poetry, I would use the poem from which it's namesake came, "I Hear America Singing," by Walt Whitman.
This poem has clear examples of American culture and identity, from all walks of life. It shows mostly working class people, and how they make up the country/5. In "I Hear America Singing," Rachel Donaldson traces the vibrant history of the twentieth-century folk music revival from its origins in the s through its end in the late s.
She investigates the relationship between the revival and concepts of nationalism, showing how key figures in the revival--including Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax, Moses Asch, and Ralph Rinzler--used songs to Cited by: 1. I Hear America Singing: Poems of Democracy, Manhattan and the Future [Whitman, Walt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
I Hear America Singing: Poems of Democracy, Manhattan and the FuturePrice: $ The book includes 62 of the best-loved American folk songs, with all the lyrics and easy-to-play musical arrangements of the tunes everyone remembers although they may need a little help with the words/5.
I HEAR AMERICA SINGING User Review - Kirkus. The great 19th-century poet's paean to workers, illustrated, line by line, in pleasing double spreads (they look like linoleum prints) in rich, slightly muted, beautifully balanced colors.4/5(1). songbook, approx.
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I Hear America Singing. Singing with open mouths their strong melodious songs. This poem is in the public domain. Born onWalt Whitman is the author of Leaves of Grass and, along with Emily Dickinson, is considered one of the architects of a uniquely American poetic voice.
In "I Hear America Singing," Rachel Donaldson traces the vibrant history of the twentieth-century folk music revival from its origins in the s through its end in the late s. She investigates the relationship between the revival and concepts of nationalism, showing how key figures in the revival--including Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax, Moses Cited by: 1.
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"I Hear America Singing" is a poem by the American poet Walt Whitman, first published in the edition of his book Leaves of Grass. Though the poem was written on the eve of the Civil War, it presents a vision of America as a harmonious community.
I Hear America Singing: An Introduction to Popular Music. David Kastin has over twenty-five years experience as an educator and curriculum specialist. He has used his academic background in American studies and journalism to create innovative programs for institutions such as The American Museum of the Moving Image, New York Newsday, and The American Social History bility: Available.
Hardcover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. I Hear America Singing, An Anthology of Folk Poetry, Collected By Ruth A. Barnes, The John C.
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I Hear America Singing Summary "I Hear America Singing" is basically a joyful list of people working away. The speaker of the poem announces that he hears "America singing," and then describes the people who make up America—the mechanics, the carpenters, the.
'I Hear America Singing' is a fantastic book and overview of the midth century folk music revival which seemed to also double as a social justice movement, considering its support of civil rights, and speaking out against war and injustice. This is an important book from a scholar deserving of attention." —Red Dirt Report.
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I hear America singing All three past inaugural poets have succumbed to sanctimonious platitudes - and Elizabeth Alexander was no exception. But.