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Menominee Music (1932) 5 and No. 110, Yuman and Yaqui Music (1932). See also, if possible, Bulletins Nos. 45, 53, 61, 75—all out of print. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution. Dett, R. N., Listen to the Lambs. New York: G. Schirmer, 1923.
The most famous adaptation of a spiritual for choral use, as an anthem in eight parts. Dett, R. N., Negro Spirituals. Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1919.
Some of the finest adaptations of spirituals as art-songs for solo voices; also
Dett, R. N., Religious Folk-Songs of the Negro as Sung on the "Plantations.
Hampton, Va., and New York: Hampton Institute and G. Schirmer, 1926.
Diton, C, Thirty-six South Carolina Spirituals. New York: G. Schirmer, 1928.
Simply harmonized in four parts. Dolph, E. A., Sound Off: Soldier Songs. New York: Cosmopolitan Book
Corporation, 1927. Eckstorm, F. H., and Smyth, M. W., Minstrelsy of Maine. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1927. Important. Farwell, Arthur, Folk-Songs of the West and South. Newton Center, Mass.: Wa-Wan Press, 1905.
One of a series of publications marking the rise of interest in our folksongs on the part of American composers. Finger, C. J., Frontier Ballads. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1927. Fisher, W. A., Seventy Negro Spirituals. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1926. For solo voice, with admirable introductions and with accompaniments by leading composers. Fisher, W. A., Ye Olde New-England Psalm-Tunes, 1620-1820. Boston:
Oliver Ditson Co., 1930. Flanders, H. H., and Brown, George, Vermont Folk-Songs and Ballads. Brattleboro, Vt.: Stephen Daye Press, 1931.
Important collection by Vermont Folklore Society. Fletcher, A. C, Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs. Boston:
C. C. Birchard Co., 1915. Folk-Say. Published annually since 1929 by the University of Oklahoma. Fuson, H. H., Ballads of the Kentucky Highlands. London: Mitre Press, 1931. Gaul, H. B., Nine Negro Spirituals. New York: H. W. Gray Co., 1918. In octavo volume, paper cover. Some of the most attractive of the art-song arrangements for solo voice.