Yankee / Interview with Mary Williams

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Material Information

Title:
Yankee / Interview with Mary Williams
Physical Description:
Audio
Creator:
SB
Recording and Field Log
EH
unknown
Williams, Mary ( Performer )
Lomax, Alan ( Performer )
Unidentified man ( Performer )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
interview
ballad
spoken
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Sangre-Grande -- Trinidad -- Rampanalgas

Notes

General Note:
Caribbean, Trinidad, Afro-Trinidadian
General Note:
Unspecified
General Note:
Rampanalgas 5/62
General Note:
T
General Note:
Caribbean 1962
General Note:
This session features songs and stories that would be performed at a bongo (wake ceremony). Performance styles include kalenda and calypso as well as parlor songs and ballads. Some but not all of the performances are credited.
General Note:
Mary Williams explains that she has know Yankee, a song from America, since she was a girl. Lomax notes that it is a "story of a Barbadian boy."
General Note:
vocal

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
1108.0
System ID:
CA90000733:00001