One audio cassette tape. Troy Demps and Eddie Banks discuss African-American hymn lining and perform hymns in that tradition. Ray Carroll, Sammy Snell and Cindy Fortune discuss the history of swamp buggies; how they were built and used; how they are built today and how they are raced.
One audio cassette tape. Koontz served s emcee. Tony Demps, Frank Spaulding and Eddie Banks discuss and perform African-American hymn lining. They focus particularly on the history of hymn-lining in the African-American community, its role during slavery and in obtaining freedom.
Three DAT tapes. Digital audio tapes (DAT) generated by fieldwork undertaken to document the folklife of the Callahan neighborhood of Orlando, Florida. Results of the fieldwork were incorporated into the "Folklife Of Central Florida" folklife theme area at the 1994 Florida Folk Festival. The tapes...
One audio cassette tape. Troy Demps, Eddie Banks and Frank Spaulding discuss African-American hymn-lining, its history and their personal background as well as giving a demonstration. See C01-74, C01-79 and C01-80 for a sampling of songs they perform.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Bucuvalas served as the emcee. Banks and Demps demonstrated hymn lining. The Johnsons were Lisa Johnson (piano, keyboard), John Johnson (guitar, mandolin), Martin Johnson (fiddle), and Vgo. From Gainesville, they played Klezmer music. Romeo and the Boys played Trinidad...
One digital audio tape (DAT). Bucuvalas served as the emcee. Banks and Demps demonstrated hymn lining. Yao and Edge played the zheng, the Chinese zither. They were all participants in the Folklife Apprenticeship Program. The Roddenberry Family sang sacred harp (shape note) songs.
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