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INDEX—Continued
McKim, Miss Lucy, quoted, 12, 71. McLeod, Norman, on Irish music, 6. Macrum, W., song quoted, 120. Magyars (Hungarians), rhythm of
their son$s, 6; are Scythians, 7;
their music, 87, 94. Mahrchen, 1. Major Mode, a symbol of gayety,
4; in Russia, 7: prevalence of 5;
in negro songs, 43 etseq., variations
of, 70 et seq. Makalaka, 101. Malagasy, rhythms of, 97. Ma mourri, 167. Manmam Colette, Martinique dance,
125, 126. Manyuema, dances of, 113. Many thousand go, 17, 18. Many thousands gone, 17, 20. Marching through Georgia, 23. Marie-Climence, 146, 147. Marimba, 68. Marriage forbidden to black Creoles,
138. Marsh, J. B. T., "Story of the Jubilee
Singers," 42. Martinique, dances, 125, 126. Mauch, Carl, "Reisen in Sud-Afri-
ka," quoted, 101. Meens, 57. Mees, Arthur, credited, vii; on the
flat seventh and harmony, 79. Melancholy in folkmusic, 5. Mercier, Dr. Alfred, "£tude sur la
Langue Creole en Louisiane,"
quoted, 130 et seq. Meringue, Haytian dance, 94. Michael row the boat ashore, 49. Mickit Prhal, 141, 151, 152. Minor Mode, a symbol of gravity,
4; prevalence, 5; 29, 30; 43 et seq.;
70,83 etseq.; sixth omitted in scale,
70, 84; leading-tone in, 84. Mixolydian mode, 77, 79. Modes of slave songs in America,
43 et seq, Mohr, Eduard, "Nach den Victoria-fallen des Zambesi," quoted, 101. Moloney, A. C, "Notes on Yoruba,
etc.," quoted, 66. Moodie, John W. D., cTen Years in
South Africa," quoted, 57. Moors, as slaves, 5/. t Mother, %s Massa gwine to sell us to­morrow?, 17. Moton, Robert R., 30. R£urphy, Mrs. Jeannette Robinson,
quoted, 82, 108.
Musieu Bainjo, 141, 142. Musikalisches Wochenblatt, quoted,
94. My Heart's in the Highlands, 58.
Nagos, 57.
"Nation, The," quoted, 33.
Negroes in America, 26, 27; census
reports, 27. Neve a man speak like this man, 159. Niam-Niam minstrels, 64, 143. Nobody knows the trouble I see, 74,
75, 96, 164. Nocturnal songs and dances, 103. No Man, 49.
No more peck of corn. 18, 23. Norway, folksongs of, 5.
O da lieber Augustiba, 58. O'er the Crossing, 97, 98, 128. O Graveyard, 109, 110. O Haupt voll JBlut und Wunden, 58. Oh, Freedom over me, 17. O, Rock me, Julie, 51, 52. Ole Firginny nebber tire, 15. Opon de Rock, 162. Oriental scaje, 87, 91. Ou beau di moin fete, Martinique dance, 125, 126.
Paloma, La, Mexican song, 115. Parallelisms between folksongs, 14. Pauf ti Lilt, 135. Peabody, Charles, on working songs,
Pentatonic scale, 7, 43, 69, 70, 73 et seq.
Pillard, satirical song of the Creoles, 141 et seq.
Pitch, frequently vague in the sing­ing of slaves, 70 et seq'
Plain-Song, 64.
Plantation Life, influence of, 22.
Plato and the sacred chants of the Egyptians, 36.
Plattsburg, battle of. 16.
Poles, folksongs of, 87.
Popos, 57.
Pov' piti Lolotte, 135, 136.
Praise Member, 49.
Proyart, Abbe, "History of Loango, Kakongo, etc.," quoted, 107'
Ragtime, Hi: 2, 6, 48, 92, 93.
Ratn fall and wet Becky Martin, 49,
Rakoczky March, 46, 87. Ranz des Vaches prohibited, 46. Reade, W. Winwood, "The African
Sketchbook," quoted, 47. Recitative in African song, 100 et seq'
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