Lee Hays

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Lee Hays (Parvi Saxi in urbe Arcansiae, 14 Martii 1914Croton-on-Hudson Novi Eboraci, 26 Augusti 1981) fuit cantor musicae vulgaris et compositor carminum Americanus, qui basso canendo cum Almanac Singers et The Weavers innotuit. Omnem per vitam, animum agitabat de rassismo, inaequalitate oeconomica, et violentia sociali superanda. Composuit solus vel cum aliis "Wasn't That a Time?", "If I Had a Hammer," et "Kisses Sweeter than Wine," carmina quae normae Weavers facta sunt. Auditoribus assuefecit ad carmina motus opificum annorum 1930, sicut "We Shall Not be Moved."

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Hays musicae vulgaris studiosus sponte erat quia avunculus fuit Vance Randolph,[1] folklorista Missuriensis et Arcansiensis eminens, auctorque Pissing in the Snow and Other Ozark Folktales et Who Blewed Up the Church House? librorum optime venditorum. Eius conscientia socialis formata est cum anno quinto aetatis suae nonnullis lynching publicis Afroamericanorum interesset.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cohen, Ronald D. 2002. Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Revival and American Society, 1940–1970. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 1558493468, ISBN 1558493484 (charta).
  • Coogan, Harold. Lee Elhardt Hays (1914–1981). Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture.
  • Courtney, Steve. 1981. "So long to Lee Hays." Laudatio. North County News, 2–8 Septembris, 7.
  • Denning, Michael. 2007. The Cultural Front: The Laboring American Culture in the Twentieth Century. Londinii: Verso. ISBN 1859841708.
  • Denisoff, R. Serge. 1970. "Take It Easy, but Take It": The Almanac Singers. Journal of American Folklore 83(327):21–32.
  • Hawes, Bess Lomax. 2008. Sing It Pretty. Urbanae et Sicagi: University of Illinois Press.
  • Hays, Lee. 2003. Sing out, warning! Sing out, Love! The Writings of Lee Hays. Ed. Robert Steven Koppelman. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 1558494235.
  • Houston, Cisco. 1961. Colloquium interrogatorium. Situs interretialis.
  • Lieberman, Ronnie. 1995. "My Song is My Weapon": People's Songs, American Communism, and the Politics of Culture, 1930-50. Urbanae et Sicagi: University of Illinois Press.
  • Reuss, Richard A., et Joanne C. Reuss. 2000. American Folk Music & Left Wing Politics 1927–1957. Lanham Terrae Mariae et Londinii: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 081083684X.
  • Stambler, Irwin, et Grelun Landon, eds. 1983. The Encyclopedia of Folk, Country and Western Music. Novi Eboraci: St. Martin’s Press.
  • The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time! 1982. Pellicula. Warner Brothers.
  • [Wilson, John S.] 1981. "Singer Lee Hays, Founder of the Weavers Quartet" (laudatio). Pittsburgh Post Gazette, New York Times News Service, 27 Augusti, p. 27.
  • Willens, Doris. 1994. Lonesome Traveler: The Life of Lee Hays. Praefatio Petri Seeger. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. ISBN 0803297475.
  • Lee Hays, www.imdb.com (Internet Movie Database)