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John Avery Lomax September 23, — January 26, was an American teacher, a pioneering musicologist , and a folklorist who did much for the preservation of American folk music. The friendship, he wrote later, "perhaps gave my life its bent. When Blythe was 21 years old, he took his savings and left. Lomax never saw him again and heard rumors that he had been murdered. For years afterward, he always looked for Nat when he traveled around the South. When he was about to turn twenty-one, and his legal obligation to work as apprentice on his father's farm was coming to an end, his father permitted him to take the profits from the crops of one of their fields. Lomax used this, along with the money from selling his favorite pony, to pay to further his education.
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We've made every effort to match the original, except for the following formatting changes and corrections: 1. The music system layout in these pieces is sometimes odd e. Text in small-caps could not be reproduced -- all-caps has been used instead. Obvious musical errors in the original have been corrected, as follows: Days of Forty-Nine: bar 9, beat 3, piano left hand - corrected quarter note to dotted quarter note; bar 11, beat 1, piano left hand - corrected bottom note from F to G. Whoopee Ti Yi Yo: bar 6, beat 4, piano right hand - corrected next-to-last chord from A-B-D which sounds very wrong to F-G-D to match chord in bar 9, beat 4 ; in lyrics, corrected "Its" to "It's" in bar
Back to Previous. Above: One of the few known portraits of Jack Thorp. In the distance, a smudge of fire licks defiantly at the gloom. Pieces of a song— None could cut a cow, from corral or herd, as fast as my little horse Joe —reach from the beacon to the rider, a Bar W Ranch hand. Those words may sound as if they belong in a Western novel or the opening scene of a movie, but they describe something that happened on the New Mexico range in March On that night, Jack Thorp, a born-to-privilege Easterner who grew into a leather-tough, saddle-wise trail hand, decided to track down the words to songs about cowboy life, a course that proved crucial to the evolution of cowboy culture and the publication of his Songs of the Cowboys , the first collection of its kind.
Cowboy Songs and other Frontier Ballads collected by John A. Lomax, M.A. the University of Texas, Sheldon Fellow for the Investigation of American Ballads.
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