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PCS 383 Come with thy sweet voice again, the music of Stephen Collins Foster, 1983 (1.0 reel-to-reel; 1 sound tape reel : analog, half-track, 7 1/2 ips ; 10 in.)

Notes: Title from program; order of selections in program changed; partially indicated in new order. Presented by the Department of Music. Recorded live Sept. 11, 1983, Foster Memorial, University of Pittsburgh.

Contents: Guitar songs. Come with thy sweet voice again ; Willie my brave ; Willie we have missed you ; Old memories; Music from The Social Orchestra for flute and guitar. Jennies own schottisch ; Gem from Lucia ; Maria Redowa ; Rainbow schottisch; Piano solos. Old folks at home / arr. by John Wiegand ; The village bells ; Old black Joe : concert transcription / F.G. Rathbun; Duets with piano accompaniment. Mine is the mourning heart ; Mr. & Mrs. Brown; Guitar songs. Come where my love lies dreaming / arr. by N.W. Gould ; Deal with me kindly / arr. by N.W. Gould ; The village maiden / arr. by Frederick Buckley ; I would not die in summertime / arr. by S. Carusi ; Beautiful dreamer / arr. by Septimus Winner; Guitar solos. My old Kentucky home / arr. by Walter Jacobs ; Massa’s in the cold, cold ground / arr. by William Foden; Music from The Social Orchestra for solo flute. Pearl polka / H. Kleber ; Italian melodies no. 1 and no. 2 / Blangini ; Donizetti ; Anadolia; Duets with piano accompaniment. Turn not away ; Wilt thou be gone love?; Guitar songs with four-part chorus. Why have my loved ones gone? ; Hard times come again no more ; Some folks.

Performers: Kate Young , mezzo-soprano ; Deane Root, tenor ; Jean Thomas, flute ; James Ferla, guitar ; Tom Critchfield, piano.

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