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    Don Yoder collection of tape recordings [[sound recording].] / WEEU (Radio station : Reading, Pa.). Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival: ((2nd: ; 1951 : ; Kutztown, Pa.)). , Pennsylvania Dutch Harvest Frolic: ((1st: ; 1961 : ; Lancaster, Pa.)) ; collector. Yoder, Don,. - [S. l. : s. n.], 1951-1979. - 152 sound tape reels : + various sizes.3 1/2 x 5 in. - Sound recordings of songs and speech are in Pennsylvania German and in English; possibly some French and Spanish. - (no price).
Рубрики: Pennsylvania Dutch--Pennsylvania
   Pennsylvania Dutch--Social life and customs.--Pennsylvania

   Pennsylvania Dutch--Religion.--Pennsylvania

   Revival hymns--Pennsylvania.

   Hymns, German--Pennsylvania.

   Hymns, Pennsylvania German--Pennsylvania.

   Folk songs, Pennsylvania German--Pennsylvania.

   Folk music--Pennsylvania.

   Hymns, English--Pennsylvania.

   Christmas music--Pennsylvania.

   Folk festivals--Pennsylvania.

   Folk dance music--Pennsylvania.

   Healing--Religious aspects.

   Italian American Catholics--Social life and customs.--New Jersey

   Italian American Catholics--Religion.--New Jersey

   Baptists--Kentucky

   Jews, Russian--Social life and customs.--United States

   Syrian Americans--Social life and customs.

   African Americans--Social life and customs.

   Shakers--Religion.

   Field recordings--Pennsylvania.

   Field recordings--New Jersey.

   Powwows (healers)

   Hymns, Pennsylvania German.

Abstract: Collection of field recordings made by professor Don Yoder to document various religious sects and religious and secular folk traditions primarily in Pennsylvania and in the northeastern United States. Included are recordings of Pennsylvania German conversation, interviews, hymns, prayers, church services including sermons, folk dance music, humorous songs, and folk festivals. Some tapes document Don Yoder's lectures and contain materials prepared for his classes on folk religion recorded by Dr. Yoder and other scholars and by his students at the University of Pennsylvania. Recordings were made of various events including the first Pennsylvania Dutch Harvest Frolic, August 30-September 1, 1961; and the second annual and other years of the Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival, Kutztown, Pennsylvania (recorded from a broadcast by WEEU) where participants were interviewed about local history; folk religious beliefs and practices, including prayer and the himmelsbrief; and healing traditions including Pennsylvania Dutch powwowing, and religious healing in Catholic and other traditions. Local choirs performed Pennsylvania German hymns and revival hymns, some in English; and Christmas music from Pennsylvania Dutch country. Other interviewees are a Russian woman who emigrated as a child and who speaks about Jewish customs related to pregnancy and birth; Italian Americans interviewed about miracles of healing, intercessory prayer, and the St. Anthony Beneficial Society, Glassboro, N.J.; Baptist church singers from Kentucky demonstrating lining-out hymnody; interviews about Shakers; and other unidentified content. Included is a sound tape reel of Korean shamanic chant. Manuscripts include a few published articles by Don Yoder and various folk festival programs.


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Yoder, Don, \collector.\; WEEU (Radio station : Reading, Pa.)Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival: ((2nd: ; 1951 : ; Kutztown, Pa.)); Pennsylvania Dutch Harvest Frolic: ((1st: ; 1961 : ; Lancaster, Pa.))
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