Adventures In Folk Song

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of February 01, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


56352. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #7. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Settling In". Sustaining. Songs to sing while building a log cabin in Indiana in 1832. The first tune is "Skip To My Lou." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56353. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #8. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Carry Your Tobacco Down". Sustaining. It's the fall of 1842, and the farmers of Virginia are taking their tobacco to market. The first tune is "Carry My Tobacco Down." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56354. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #9. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "The Oregon Trail". Sustaining. It's 1846, and there are two thousand miles of Oregon trail known only to the Indians and the buffalo. The first tune is "Where Oh Where Is Old Elijah?." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56355. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #10. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Before The Mast". Sustaining. It's one hundred years ago, American clipper ships are sailing the oceans in search of trade. The first tune is "Heave Away." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56356. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #12. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Homesteads and Grasslands". Sustaining. In 1850 in Texas, the Clark family children all named themselves. The first tune is "Dance The Boatman Dance." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56357. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #11. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Gold In The Hills". Sustaining. Music of the California gold rush of 1849. The first tune is "Oh Susannah." The date is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56358. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #13. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Cattle Trail". Sustaining. In 1880 in Southern Texas, it's round-up time. The first tune is "Press Along To The Big Corral." The date is approximate. Probably the last show of the series. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 12:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55080. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #1. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "We Start A New Country". Sustaining. The first American folk songs. The first tune is a Chippewa song about a pair of moccasins. The date above is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55081. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #2. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Let Freedom Sing". Sustaining. Songs of the American Revolution. The date above is approximate., The first tune is "Can She Bake A Cherry Pie, Billy Boy." Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 12:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55084. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #5. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "Westward The Course". Sustaining. Songs of the westward migration in the 1820's. The first tune is "Jog On The Footpath Way." The date above is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55085. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #6. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "The Wilderness Road". Sustaining. Songs of the era of Daniel Boone and the Cumberland Gap. The first tune is "The Clarks Are A'Coming." The date above is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55086. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #3. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "The Land Fights For Freedom". Sustaining. Songs during the Revolutionary War. The first tune is "Three Roguish Chaps Together." The date above is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55087. Adventures In Folk Song. 1950. Program #4. Gloria Chandler Recordings syndication. "South Of The Potomac". Sustaining. Songs from the Virginia plantations in 1780. The first tune is "Nobody Cares For Me." The date above is approximate. Marty Clark King, Barbara Ellen Rogers, Gloria Chandler (producer). 13:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 13 programs.