Songs of the Spanish Civil War.
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|AV||CD 781.62 SONGS V.1-2
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1 audio disc (63 min.) ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways, 
- Copyright: ℗2014
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|General Note:||Sung in Spanish, English, German, and French.
Program notes by Peter Glazer, including bibliography (39 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
Originally issued by Moses Asch for Folkways Records in 1961 as FH5436, and in 1962 as FH5437.
Title from disc label.
Volume 1, part 1, Songs of the Lincoln Brigade. Jarama Valley (2:47) ; Cookhouse/The young man from Alcalá (2:37) ; Quartermaster song (2:02) ; Viva la Quince Brigada = Long live the 15th Brigade (2:45) ; El Quinto Regimiento = The Fifth Regiment (2:18) ; Si me quieres escribir = If you want to write to me (2:36) (performed by Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Baldwin (Butch) Hawes, Bess Hawes) -- part 2, Six songs for democracy. Los cuatro generales = The four generals (2:37) ; Die Thälmann-Kolonne = The Thaelmann column (2:57) ; Hans Beimler (2:21) ; Das Lied von der Einheitsfront = Song of the United Front (2:42) ; Lied der Internationalen Brigaden = Song of the International Brigades (2:32) ; Die Moorsoldaten = The peat-bog soldiers (2:58) (sung by Ernst Busch and chorus) -- Volume 2, part 1. Jarama (2:52) ; On the Jarama Front (2:43) ; Ballad of the XI Brigage (3:07) ; Hans Beimler, comrade (2:51) ; Die Thälmann-Kolonne = The Thaelmann column (2:42) (Woody Guthrie; Ernst Busch accompanied by chorus and orchestra) -- part 2, "Songs we remember." Santa Espina (2:22) ; Sevillanos (2:24) ; The road to Avilés (2:40) (sung by the people of Catalonia, Seville, and Asturias, Spain) -- part 3, From "Behind the barbed wire." La Guardia Rossa = The Red Guard (2:30) ; Wie hinterm Draht = Behind the barbed wire (2:51) ; La joven guardia = The youthful guardsmen (2:19) ; Au devant de la vie = Toward the new life (2:45) (sung by Bart van der Schelling and the Exiles Chorus, directed by Earl Robinson).
|Participant or Performer:||Various performers.|
Sung in Spanish, English, German, and French.
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