Sing Out, Warning!, Sing Out, Love : The Writings of Lee Hays

Sing Out, Warning!, Sing Out, Love : The Writings of Lee Hays

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781558494237
  • DDC分類 781.6213

Table of Contents

Foreword by Pete Seeger                            xiii
Preface xv
Acknowledgments xxi
Chronology xxiii
Introduction: Lee Hays, American Culture, and
the American Left
PART I The Times
[I] The 1930's: Early Years in the South, 1 (74)
Awakening to Left-wing Culture, Organizing
the Rural Southern Poor
From "The 'Post-humour' Memoirs" 53 (5)
"Wants Communist Poetry" 58 (2)
"Let the Will..." 60 (3)
"The First Zipper Song" 63 (2)
Untitled column on the power of hymn-singing 65 (2)
"The Singing Preacher" 67 (4)
Untitled column on Emma Dusenberry 71 (4)
[II] The 1940's: Beginnings of a Performance 75 (26)
Career, New York, the Almanac Singers,
People's Songs, the Peekskill Riot, and the
Formation of the Weavers
From "The 'Post-humous' Memoirs" 79 (4)
Untitled columns on the history of the 83 (5)
Almanac Singers
"A Sermon to Songwriters" 88 (2)
"Walk Along Together" 90 (3)
"The Rankin Tree" 92
"Talking Bilbo" 93 (2)
"Simon McKeever at Peekskill" 95 (5)
"Hold the Line" 100 (1)
[III] The 1950's: The Weavers, Pop Charts to 101 (22)
Blacklist
From "The 'Post-humous' Memoirs" 102
"Wasn't That a Time!" 113 (1)
"The Lonesome Traveler" (early draft) 114 (1)
"Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" (early draft) 115 (1)
On testimony before the House Un-American 116 (1)
Activities Committee
Excerpts from testimony of August 16, 1955 116 (7)
PART II Cultural Perspectives
[IV] Beginnings of a Folk Music Revival 123 (44)
"The Folk Song Bridge: A Personal Journey" 124 (13)
"Edward, Edward" 137 (6)
"How to Become a Folk Singer" 143 (5)
"Let's Have More Common Sense about Folk 148 (1)
Music"
"On Woody" 149 (18)
[V] Some Literary Experiments 167 (52)
"The Incidence of the Word 'Roll' in 168 (1)
American Folk Music"
"What c in a Rhyme?" 169 (3)
"On the Banks of the Ohio" 172 (6)
"Banquet and a Half" 178 (5)
"Pour on Water" 183 (5)
"Falling Down, Falling Down" 188 (5)
"Booker Tee and Me" 193 (10)
From "A Patchwork Ballad" 203 (4)
Stage monologues 207 (4)
"The Sweet Little Babe" 211 (1)
'Deadbuggy" 212 (1)
"Only Friends and Lovers Should Wink" 212 (1)
"Guess Who:" 213 (1)
"Elegy" ('Farewell, Little Toe) 214 (1)
"The Grateful Dead" 215 (1)
"All Things but One" 215 (1)
"In Dead Ernest" 216 (1)
"Amicus Curiae" ("To Know Good Will") 217 (2)
Additional Writings by Lee Hays 219 (4)
Selected Bibliography 223 (4)
Discography 227 (2)
Sources and Permissions 229