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INDEX—Continued
Continental Monthly, quoted, 43.
Coon songs, 2, 16.
Cotolies, 57.
Counjai (or Counjaille), a dance,
lib et seq. Creole, meaning of the term, 134;
grammar of the patois, 127 et seq.;
songs of, 35, 37, 38 et seq.; use of
satire, 140. Crtole candjo, 116, 118. Cruelty to slaves, 25. Cui, Cesar, on Russian folksongs, 7.
Dahomans, 60, 61, 67, 77, 79; death customs of, 108; dances of, 133.
Dances of the American negroes, 95, 112 et seq.
Dandy Jim of Caroline, 16.
Daudet, Alphonse, his use of a Creole song, 135.
Day, Charles William, "Five Years' Residence in the West Indies," quoted, 12.
Denham and Claoperton, "Narra­tive of Travels in Northern and Central Africa," quoted, 102.
Denmark, folksongs of, 5.
Dese all my fader's children, 108.
Dessan mouilldge, etc., a Martinique dance, 125, 126.
Devil, in Carnival dances of Martini­que, 145.
Devil songs, 16, 34.
Dig my Grave, 103, 104.
Dimitry, Alexander, 40.
Dixie, 33.
Done wid driber's dribvtC, 17, 19.
Drums and drumming, 61, 65: as signals, 65; in Martinique, 66; in Unyanebe, 67; in New Orleans, 67; in Voodoo, Congo and Calinda dances, 67; in Kamerun, 67; in Bashilonga, 67.
Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt, "The Souls of Black Folk," quoted, vi, 17; on the negro in America, 27; 43.
Du Chaillu, Paul B., "Explorations and Adventures in Equatorial Africa," quoted, 106.
Dvorak, Antonin, use of American idioms, iv; 153 et seq.
Edwards, Bryan, "The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies," quoted, 106, 107.
Edwards, Charles I'.. 36; "Bahama Songs and Stories/' 43, 106, 107, 128, 140.
Ein Ldmmlein gekt und tragi die
Sckuld, 58. Emancipation, songs of, 17 et seq. Emgann Sant-Kast, 169. Emmet, Dan, 33. Endemann, K., "Mittheilungen uber
die Sotho-Neger," 106. Engel, Carl, "Introduction to the
Study of National Music," quoted.
5,44, 77, 87, 102, 143. Exposure of slaves, 24.
Fantees, music of, 62.
Father Abraham, $7, 90.
Feedas, 57.
Fenner, Thomas P., 42, 71.
Fescennine verses oi Fthe Romans, 141.
Fetich man's fortune-telling, 101.
Fiddle sings, 16, 34.
Fillmore, John C., 65.
Finland, folksongs of, 5, 7; racial re­lation of its people, 7; its Orpheus, 8; its epic, 8; its runo songs, 8.
Fisk Jubilee Singers and their Collec­tion, 16,17, 42, 71, 82, 84, 91, 95.
Five-four time, 8.
Folkdances, rhythms of, 6.
Folksongs defined, 2; how composed, 3, 4, 23; parallelisms between, 14; are the American slave songs folk­songs?, 26 et seq.; of Sweden, 5; Russia, 5; Norway, 5; Wallach-ia, 5; Denmark, 5; Finland, 5; Serbs, 7; Bulgarians, 7; Montene­grins, 7; Bretons, 9; Canadians, 22; created by national crises, 23.
Fonda, 57.
Forten, Miss Charlotte L., quoted, 49.
Foster, Stephen C, 16.
Fourth, the interval omitted, 69, 70.
Fowler, Prof. Henrv T., "History of the Literature of Ancient Israel," quoted, 140.
Freely go, marching along, 87, 88.
Friedenthal. Albert, "Musik, Tanz und Dichtung bei den Kreolen Amerikas," quoted, 38, 59, 68, 93, 114.
Funeral music and customs, 103 et seq.
Gigueiroa, 59.
Gluck, Che faro senza Euridice, 57.
Gottschalk, his use of a Creole melody, 135.
Grant, James Augustus, "A Walk Across Africa," quoted. 46, 67.
Great Campmeetin9,71, 77, 78, 79.
Gregorian Chant, conservatism re­garding the, 37.
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