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About this Item

Title
Where home is life in nineteenth-century Cincinnati, crossroads of the East and West
Contributor Names
The Harmoneion Singers (performer)
Aler, John -- b. 1949 (vocalist)
Jackson, Clifford -- b. 1915 (vocalist)
Basquin, Peter -- b. 1943 (instrumentalist)
Miner, John (conductor)
Created / Published
New World Records, [n.p.], 1977, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Choruses (Mixed voices)
-  Piano music
-  Hymns, English
-  Social Change
-  Songs and Music
-  Worship and Praise
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Work and Industry
Notes
-  Recorded anthology of American music. (General)
-  Songs, choruses, hymns, and piano music; John Aler, tenor; Clifford Jackson, baritone; Harmoneion Singers; Peter Basquin, piano or harmonium; John Miner, conductor. (General)
-  Durations on container; historical and program notes by K. K. Sklar and J. Newsom and words of the vocal works (4 p.) bound in. (General)
-  Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice)
-  Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice)
-  New World Records 80251 (issue number)
Form
compact disc
Extent
1 compact disc
LC Classification
New World 80251
Online Format
audio
online text
Description
compact disc | 1 compact disc | Recorded anthology of American music. (General). Songs, choruses, hymns, and piano music; John Aler, tenor; Clifford Jackson, baritone; Harmoneion Singers; Peter Basquin, piano or harmonium; John Miner, conductor. (General). Durations on container; historical and program notes by K. K. Sklar and J. Newsom and words of the vocal works (4 p.) bound in. (General). Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice). Made available here with permission from New World Records, Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820, www.newworldrecords.org (Copyright Notice). Compact Disc (Form). Compact Disc (Form).
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The Harmoneion Singers, John Aler, Clifford Jackson, Peter Basquin, and John Miner. Where home is life in nineteenth-century Cincinnati, crossroads of the East and West. [New World Records, n.p., monographic, 1977] Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010967/. (Accessed April 27, 2017.)

APA citation style:

The Harmoneion Singers, Aler, J., Jackson, C., Basquin, P. & Miner, J. (1977) Where home is life in nineteenth-century Cincinnati, crossroads of the East and West. [New World Records, n.p., monographic] [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010967/.

MLA citation style:

The Harmoneion Singers, et al. Where home is life in nineteenth-century Cincinnati, crossroads of the East and West. [New World Records, n.p., monographic, 1977] Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010967/>.