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INDEX—Continued
Grimm, on the origin of folksongs, 3.
Griots, 38, 143.
Grout, the Rev. Louis, "Zulu-Land,
etc.", quoted, 101. Grove, "Dictionary of Music and
Musicians," quoted, 76, 92. Guehues, African minstrels, 143. Guiouba (or Juba), dance, 116. Gwine follow, 15.
Habanera, dance, 59, 68,93,114,115. Hahn, Theophilus, quoted, 58. Hallowell, Miss Emily, quoted, viii,
71,  82, 91.
Hampton Institute and Collection of Songs, 21, 30, 42, 91, 97.
Handel, Dead march in "Saul," 44.
Hard Trials, 71.
Harmony in African and slave music, 60, 64, 81.
Harper & Brothers, acknowledgement to, viii.
Haskell, Marion Alexander, quoted,30.
Haytian dances? 94.
Hearn, Lafcadio, his letters, and "Two Years in the French West Indies," quoted, 35, 37, 47, S5, 66, 121, 125, 134, 135, 141, 144, 145, 149, 151
Heaven bell airing, 49.
Hebrew music, 7.
Hiawatha, 8.
Higginson, Col. Thomas Wentworth, vi; quoted, 17, 21, 23, 29, 43, 44, 45, 49. 50,109.
Hill, Miss Mildred J., quoted, 32,
72,  91.
Hiuen, Chinese instrument, 74.
Holub, Dr., "Seven Years in South Africa," quoted, 113.
Hook, quoted, 93.
Ho, round the corn, Sally, 48, 128.
Hottentots, singing of, 58, 60, 61.
Hughes, Rupert/The Musical Guide," quoted, 2.
Hungary, folk-music of, 87.
Hu8s, Henry Holden, acknowledge­ment to, 8.
Iboes, 57.
Idioms of folksongs, 56 et sea.
I Know Moonlight, 109,
/ Look o'er Yander, 103, 105, 107.
Tm gwine to Alabamy, 51, 52.
Imitations in songs of American negroes, 14 et seq.
Imitative capacity of negroes, 58.
In bright mansions above, 16.
Indians, American, their pentatonic scale, 7; their songs, 72.
Influence of Negro music on American peoples, 59.
Instruments, African, 68.
Intrepides, Martinique dancing so­ciety, 145.
/ saw the beam in my sister's eye, 15.
Israelitish taunt and triumph songs, 141.
/ want to be my Fader's chiVen, 102.
Jackson, Miss, original Jubilee sing­er, 84.
Japan, pentatonic scale in, 7.
Jesus heal' de sick, 160.
Jews, their synagosal music, 7.
Jim Crow songs, 34.
Jiminez, pianist, 59.
line 7em, 49.
jubilee Singers of Fisk University. (See Fisk.)
Jump Jxm Crow, 16.
Kaffirs, music of 61; singing of, 82.
Kalewala, Finnish epic, 8.
Kantele, Finnish harp, 8.
Kemble, Mrs Frances Anne, "Jour­nal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation," 46, 154.
Kidson, Frank, on the pentatonic scale, 76.
Kolbe, Peter, "Caput Bonae Spei Hodiernum," quoted, 60.
Kolo dance of Servians, 77.
Korrigan, 10.
Koundjo, 116 et seq.
Kroeger, Edward R., v.
Kroomen, music of, 57.
Labat, Pfcre, quoted, 66.
Laing, Major A. G., "Travels in Western Africa," 106.
Language, forgotten, 36; corrupted by slaves, 127 et seq.
Lashash, Soudanese minstrels, 143.
Lay this body down, 49.
Leading-tone (seventh), 84.
Lewis, M. G., "A Journal of a Resi­dence among the Negroes of the West Indies/' quoted, 25.
Lily Dale, 17.
Lippincott's Magazine, quoted, 107.
Livingstone, quoted, 121.
Loima tombi, 141, 149, 150.
Longfellow, "Hiawatha" 8.
Lyon, George Francis, "Narrative of Travels in Northern Africa," quoted, 46.
Mabunda, dance, 113. McKim, Miller, quoted, 24.
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