Michael Seeger

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Michael "Mike" Seeger (15 Augusti 19337 Augusti 2009) fuit actor musicae vulgaris et folklorista. Cantor distinctus et musicus eruditus autolyra?, banione, violina, dulcimero?, cithara, homonica flatili, mandolino, dobro, lyra Iudaica, et tibia Panos ludere solebat.[1][2] Qui, consanguineus Petri Seeger frater, plus quam triginta impressiones documentarios fecit et in plus quam quadraginta aliis impressionibus egit. Fautores culturae qui se moverant et docuerunt publicare volebat.[3]

Familia et vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Seeger, Novi Eboraci natus, in Terra Mariae et Vasingtoniae DC adolevit. Pater, Carolus Ludovicus Seeger, alumnus Universitatis Harvardianae, fuit compositor, musicologus, et ethnomusicologus praecursorius, qui musicam vulgarem Americanum et musicam non-Occidentalem investigavit. Mater, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Caroli discipula musica, fuit una ex compositoribus modernisticis saeculi vicensimi maximi momenti a nonnullis habita.[4][5]

Carolus Seeger III, frater consanguineus maximus natu, fuit astronomus radiophonicus, Ioannesque Seeger, frater maior proximus natu, in Schola Daltoniana Manhatae decennium inter 1950 et 1960 docuit, et rector Scholae Inferioris Fieldstonianae in Bronx ab 1960 ad 1976 fuit.[6] Iterum proximus frater consanguineus fuit Petrus. Omnes quattuor siblings? ex patris uxore secunda—Margarita (Peggy), Michael, Barbara, et Penelope (Penny)—cantores musicae vulgaris facti sunt. Peggy, ipsa musica bene nota, uxor multos annos fuit Ewan MacColl cantoris vulgaris et agitatoris Britannici. Michael fuit conditor gregis New Lost City Ramblers ('Vagantes Novae Urbis Amissae'), cuius sodalium unus, Ioannes Cohen, Penny duxit—etiam cantrix ingeniosa, quae autem iuvenis mortua est.[7] Barbara cum liberis eorundem parentium carmina vulgaria puerilia per machinam phonographice impressit. Alanus Seeger, patruus et poeta notissimus ("I Have a Rendezvous with Death"), unus ex primis militibus Americanis in magno bello interfectis fuit.

Michael Seeger, a se plerumque doctus, chordophona anno aetatis suae duodeviginti psallere coepit. Cecinit praeterea Sacred Harp cum Ewan et Calum MacColl.

Discographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Old Time Country Music (Smithsonian Folkways) (1962)
  • Mike Seeger (Vanguard) (1964) [8]
  • Tipple, Loom & Rail (Smithsonian Folkways) (1965)
  • Mike and Peggy Seeger (Argo) (1966)
  • Music From True Vine (Mercury) (1972)
  • Berkeley Farms (Folkways) (1972)
  • The Second Annual Farewell Reunion (Mercury) (1973)
  • American Folk Songs for Children (Rounder) (1977)
  • Alice Gerrard and Mike Seeger (Greenhays) (1980)
  • Fresh Oldtime String Band (Rounder) (1988)
  • American Folk Songs for Christmas (Rounder) (1989)
  • Solo: Old Time Music (Rounder) (1991)
  • Animal Folk Songs for Children (Rounder) (1992)
  • Third Annual Farewell Reunion (Rounder) (1994)
  • Way Down in North Carolina (cum Paul Brown) (Rounder) (1996)
  • Southern Banjo Sounds (Smithsonian Folkways) (1998)
  • Retrograss (cum John Hartford et David Grisman) (Acoustic Disc) (1999)
  • True Vine (Smithsonian Folkways) (2003)
  • Early Southern Guitar Sounds (Smithsonian Folkways) (2007)
  • Robert Plant et Alison Krauss. Raising Sand (Rounder) (2007)
  • Ry Cooder. My Name Is Buddy (Nonesuch) (2007)
  • Talking Feet cum Ruth Pershing saltatrice (liber, Consignment) (2007)
  • Talking Feet (DVD, Smithsonian Folkways) (2007)
  • Bowling Green cum Alice Gerrard (5-String Productions) (2008); iterum a Greenhays editus (1980)
  • Fly Down Little Bird (Appalseed) (2011)

Cum New Lost City Ramblers[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • New Lost City Ramblers (Smithsonian Folkways) (1958)
  • Old Timey Songs for Children (Smithsonian Folkways) (1959)
  • Songs for the Depression (Smithsonian Folkways) (1959)
  • New Lost City Ramblers – Vol. 2 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1960)
  • New Lost City Ramblers – Vol. 3 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1961)
  • New Lost City Ramblers (Smithsonian Folkways) (1961)
  • New Lost City Ramblers – Vol. 4 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1962)
  • American Moonshine and Prohibition Songs (Smithsonian Folkways) (1962)
  • New Lost City Ramblers – Vol. 5 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1963)
  • Gone to the Country (Smithsonian Folkways) (1963)
  • String Band Instrumentals (Smithsonian Folkways) (1964)
  • Rural Delivery No. 1 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1964)
  • Modern Times (Smithsonian Folkways) (1968)
  • New Lost City Ramblers with Cousin Emmy (Smithsonian Folkways) (1968)
  • Remembrance of Things to Come (Smithsonian Folkways) (1973)
  • On the Great Divide (Smithsonian Folkways) (1975)
  • Earth is Earth (Smithsonian Folkways) (1978)
  • Tom Paley, John Cohen, Mike Seeger Sing Songs of the New Lost City Ramblers (Smithsonian Folkways) (1978)
  • 20th Anniversary Concert, with Elizabeth Cotten, Highwoods String Band, Pete Seeger & the Green Grass Cloggers (FLYING FISH [Rounder]) (1978)
  • The Early Years, 1958–1962 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1991)
  • Out Standing in their Field: The New Lost City Ramblers, Vol 2, 1963–1973 (Smithsonian Folkways) (1993)
  • There Ain't No Way Out (Smithsonian Folkways) (1997)
  • 40 Years of Concert Recordings (Rounder) (2001)
  • 50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? (Smithsonian Folkways) (2008)

Cum Strange Creek Singers[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Strange Creek Singers (Mike et Alice Seeger, Hazel Dickens, Tracy Schwarz, Lamar Grier)

Pelliculae selectae de Michaele Seeger[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Homemade American Music (1980) a Yasha Aginsky
  • Always Been a Rambler (2009) a Yasha Aginsky

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]