» » Alabama Sacred Harp Singers - Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp
Alabama Sacred Harp Singers - Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp Album

Alabama Sacred Harp Singers - Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp Album

Performer: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers
Title: Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp
Style: Speech, Field Recording, Religious
Released: 1998
Cat#: Rounder CD 1709
Country: US
Label: Rounder Records
Size MP3 version: 1202 mb
Size FLAC version: 1801 mb
Size WMA version: 2190 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 207
Genre: Audiofiles / Folk & World

Alabama Sacred Harp Singers - Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp Album


Tracklist

1Milford
Leader – Reba Dell Lacey
2Cussetta
Leader – Martin Blackman
3Traveling On
Leader – Maud Quinn
4Montgomery
Leader – J.H. Lambert
5Doddridge
Leader – J.A. Ayres
6Commentary
Voice – Joyce Smith
7Baptismal Anthem
Leader – Bill Matthews
8Greenwich
Leader – Dr. M.O. Slaughter
9David's Lamentation
10Loving Jesus
Leader – Enis Wall
11Wondrous Love
Leader – Mrs. King Roberts
12Prayer For Recess
Voice – Carl Hughes
13Amsterdam
Leader – Virginia Dell Schrader
14New Harmony
Leader – H.A. Buttram
15Sherburne
Leader – Eugene Dawson
16The Last Words Of Copernicus
Leader – Velma Johnson
17Soar Away
Leader – Mrs. Leslie Crowden
18Hallelujah
Leader – Buford King
19Oxford
Leader – Mrs. Tom Hight
20Northfield
Leader – Rosie Hughes
21Christmas Anthem
22Weeping Mary
23Memorial Lesson
24The Morning Trumpet
Leader – J. Edge
25New Prospect
26Homeward Bound
Leader – C.C. Matthews

Credits

  • Art Direction, DesignLuzzi Limited
  • ChoirAlabama Sacred Harp Singers
  • Engineer [Sound Restoration], Producer [Mastering Producer]Steve Rosenthal
  • Executive Producer [Series Compilation, Research & Editing], Compiled ByAndrew L. Kaye
  • Executive Producer [Series Compilation, Research & Editing], Compiled By, Liner NotesMatthew Barton
  • Executive-Producer [Series Coordinator]Bill Nowlin
  • Mastered ByPhil Klum
  • Producer [Collection Producer]Anna L. Chairetakis, Jeffrey Greenberg
  • Producer [Production Assistance]Marion Jacobson
  • Recorded By [Assistant]Shirley Collins
  • Recorded By, PhotographyAlan Lomax

Notes

Recorded 12/9/1959 Fyffe, AL at the annual United Sacred Harp Musical Association Singing Convention.

Mastered at The Master Cutting Room, NYC.

Tracks 16 & 22 to 26 previously unreleased.

Part of the Alan Lomax Collection.
Ⓟ & © 1998 Rounder Records Corp.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 11661-1709-2 6
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI L791 154582-XD2-7329-A ROCD1709-RE1
  • ASIN: B0000002UQ

Album

Alabama Sacred Harp Singers Alan Lomax Format: Audio CD. If you had to choose just one Sacred Harp disc to own, this would be it. Volume 10 in the Southern Journey series may have more fuguing selections, but this is the best overall for its startling, briskly recorded stereo sound-no mean feat for a field recording from 1959 In addition to songs like Cussetta, the always great Weeping Mary, and Montgomery, there are snippets of testimonials and confessions placed throughout. The Alabama Sacred Harp Singers were a choir speciallising in Gospel Music that were active during the 1940s. They are most commonly referenced alongside Alan Lomax, who toured the southern states amongst other areas recording rural muThe Alabama Sacred Harp Singers were a choir speciallising in Gospel Music that were active during the 1940s. They are most commonly referenced alongside Alan Lomax, who toured the southern states amongst other areas recording rural mu read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Memphis Sanctified Singers. 5,802 listeners. I'm on My Journey Home: Sacred Harp Singing, 1928-1934. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The informal nature of Sacred Harp singing makes it difficult to identify performers in the usual sense. The music is rarely performed by a well-rehearsed ensemble in concert or recording studio settings, but rather is sung by attendees. Group of Sacred Harp singers recorded by Alan Lomax and Shirley Collins at the fifty-sixth annual United Sacred Harp Musical Association Singing Convention, September 1959, Fyffe, Alabama. For the group of Sacred Harp singers who made studio recordings for Columbia Records in 1928, see Alabama Sacred Harp Singers. Southern Journey Volume 9: Harp Of A Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From The Sacred Harp CD, Album. Rounder Records. Download SoundHound. Sacred Harp Singers consider themselves part of a religious tradition rather than a style of music. Information on which member leads a particular song can be found at these sites: and Annotation last modified on 2006-08-04 04:04 UTC. The hymns featured here, part of a collection published as The Sacred Harp, could have actually become something much more mainstream with a few twists and turns in theological history, such as a Pope that became obsessed with Appalachia. That might have meant that this approach to choir singing, and its related innovations in notation, might have become the norm in choral activity, rather than the sort of esoteric art producers such as Lomax like to look in on. More albums from Alabama Sacred Harp Singers. The Alan Lomax Collection: Southern Journey Vol. 9 - Harp of Thousands Strings. Southern Journey, Volume 10: And Glory Shone Around. English Español Italiano Deutsch Français Brasileiro Português 日本語 한국어. CANTOR JOSEF ROSENBLATT Tikanto Shabbos, from The Great Cantors Pearl, CHARLIE PARKER Cheryl, from Best of the Complete Savoy & Dial Studio Recordings Savoy, . ALABAMA SACRED HARP SINGERS Southern Journey, Vol. 9: Harp of a Thousand Strings - All Day Singing From the Sacred Harp Rounder, . This is the record that turned Mr. Colemans fortunes around