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Visual display of the Wisconsin ballads

Audio, Part 1

  1. Audio, Part 1
  2. Disc image, Part 1
  3. Audio, Part 2
  4. Disc image, Part 2

Wisconsin ballads

  • May 3, 1946
  • Robert Gard and Helene Stratman-Thomas present Wisconsin lumberjack yarns and songs that Stratman-Thomas collected around the state. Songs include: "The Little Brown Bull" by Emery De Noyer, "The French Four" by Leizime Brusoe, "The Sicilian Circle" by Brusoe, "The Shanty Boy on the Big 'Ol Player[?]," and "The Bold McIntyres" by Arthur Mosely.
  • [Label transcription] (Part 1) [No label, scratched on disc]: Wis. Yarns; Pt ? #4?; 2/21/46?. Disc 2 has no label.
  • [Transfer notes] (Parts 1 and 2) Content clips in the raw file during loud pops. Heavy hiss throughout despite cleanings and noise reduction.
  • [Audio notes] (Part 1) Silence from 14:24 until 15:04. Content is barely intelligible.

Publication Details Click to collapse

Contributor
Lobdell, Hamilton
Contributor
Walker, Robert
Radio producer
Bartell, Gerald
Contributor
DeNoyer, Emery
Contributor
Mosely, Arthur
Contributor
Rindlisbacher, Otto
Contributor
Rindlisbacher, Iva
Date
May 3, 1946
Language
English
Description of Original
2 transcription discs (16 in.)
Content Type
Radio programs
Local identifiers
89138256386
89138256451
Location of Original
University of Wisconsin--Madison. Archives : WHA Radio Collection
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