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Richard Dyer-Bennett - Twentieth Century Minstrel Album

Richard Dyer-Bennett - Twentieth Century Minstrel Album
Twentieth Century Minstrel
Richard Dyer-Bennett
MP3 album size:
1940 mb
FLAC album size:
2175 mb


1The Devil And The Farmer's Wife
2Villikens And His Dinah
3Oh Sally My Dear
4Swapping Song
5The Eggs And The Marrowbone
6The Willow Tree
8The Old Maid, Early One Morning


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DLP 5046Richard Dyer-Bennett Twentieth Century Minstrel ‎(10", Mono)DeccaDLP 5046US1949
A-573Richard Dyer-Bennett Twentieth Century Minstrel ‎(4xShellac, 10")DeccaA-573US1947
DL 9102Richard Dyer-Bennet Twentieth Century Minstrel - Folk Songs And Ballads ‎(LP, Album, Mono)DeccaDL 9102CanadaUnknown
DL 79102Richard Dyer-Bennett Twentieth Century Minstrel ‎(LP)DeccaDL 79102USUnknown
DL 9102Richard Dyer-Bennet Twentieth Century Minstrel ‎(LP, Album, Mono)DeccaDL 9102US1962


Included are The Devil and the Farmer's Wife, Swapping Song, and Eggs and Marrowbone. Performer: Richard Dyer-BennettBallad with guitar Vocal with at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer these records. Other IDs from the record include: Side 4 Album No. A-573 72304 72317 72773 72305 Side 7 Side 8 Side 6 72777 Side 3 72770 Side 5. Related Music Beta question-dark. 78 richard-dyer-bennett-twentieth-century-minstrel richard-dyer-bennett gbia0003367. Run time. Internet Archive Python library . Richard Dyer-Bennet 6 October 1913 in Leicester, England 14 December 1991 in Monterey, Massachusetts was an English-born American folk singer or his own preferred term, minstrel, recording artist, and voice teacher. He was born on 6 October 1913 in Leicester, England,a son of Richard Stewart Dyer-Bennet 18861983 and Miriam Wolcott Clapp. Dyer-Bennet studied voice with Gertrude Wheeler Beckman and Sven Scholander. His first album released included the song, The Lonesome Valley, used for many. Richard Dyer-Bennet: The Last Minstrel will be published in December, 2009 by the University Press of Mississippi. It is available for pre-order from . Thanks to Brian Bergen for his assistance. Thus besmirched, the twentieth-century minstrel found himself the object of right-wing protests. Bookings began to dry up, and Dyer-Bennet decided to concentrate on his recording career. Recording his repertoire was vital to Dyer-Bennet. Покупка Richard Dyer-Bennett - Twentieth Century Minstrel - Decca - 2x7, Album, EP - ED 531, включает The Devil And The Farmer's Wife, The Eggs And The Marrowbone, The Willow Tree, Villikens And His Dinah, Swapping Song, The Old Maid, Early One Morning, Greensleeves, Oh Sally My Dear. Shop 2 records for sale for album The twentieth century minstrel by Richard Dyer-Bennet on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. All fields Artist Title Artist Title Label Seller Item . Select a specific format: All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. RICHARD DYER-BENNETT TWENTIETH CENTURY MINSTREL DECCA LP DL 79102 Stereo. Buy It Now. Mike AuldridgeRichard BennettJimmy Gaudreau - This Old Town. C shipping. RICHARD DYER-BENNETT TWENTIETH CENTURY MINSTREL DECCA LP DL 79102 Stereo - Take A Look. RICHARD DYER-BENNETT Twentieth Century Minstrel Orig DECCA 10 Alan Lomax 33 RPM - Take A Look. Richard Dyer-Bennett Twentieth Century Minstrel 10 LP VG 1949 Decca Records - Take A Look. RICHARD DYER BENNETT twentieth century minstrel 10 LP - Take A Look. Richard Dyer Bennett Twentieth Century Minstrel 10 LP 28,74 - Take A Look. Cover information about the songs on the release Twentieth Century Minstrel by Richard Dyer-Bennet: who covered the songs, who sang the Dyer-Bennet, a singer who helped revive the art and popularity of folk music in a career of concert performances, recordings, composing and teaching, died on Saturday at home in Monterey, Mass. He was 78 years old. He died of cancer, his family said. Promoted as a 20th-century minstrel, he appeared at the Village Vanguard and other Manhattan clubs in the early 1940's with such modern pioneers in folk music as Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, Burl Ives, Pete Seeger and Josh White. But he was the first to score the breakthrough of a major solo concert, filling Town Hall in 1944 and returni