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- Title : Songs of free men
- Artist: Robeson, Paul , 1898-1976 | Brown, Lawrence , 1893-1972 | Columbia Recording Corporation (publisher)
- Accession: XC2001.12.3.2
- Collection: Library
- Subject: Songs (Low voice) with piano | African American communists | African American singers | Liberty , Songs and music | World War, 1939-1945 , Songs and music | Revolutionary ballads and songs | Popular fronts , History , Sources | Popular fronts , United States , History , -20th century , Sources | History , Civil War, 1936-1939 , Songs and music
- URL: http://libimages.wolfsonian.org/XC2001.12.3.2.000.jpg
Description: From border to border (from "Quiet flows the Don,") sung in English and Russian /Dzerhinsky. -- Oh, how proud our quiet Don (from "Quiet flows the Don"), sung in English and Russian / Dzerzhinsky. -- The peat-bog soldiers ("Moorsoldaten", song from a German concentration camp) / Arr. Eisler. -- The four insurgent generals (Spanish Loyalist song), sung in English and Spanish. -- The purist kind of guy (Joe's birthday song" from "No for an answer"), sung in English / Blitzstein. -- Joe Hill, sung in English / E. Rbinson, A. Hayes. -- Native land, sung in Russian and English / Donayevsky. -- Song of the plains (Red Army Song), sung in English and Russian / Arr. Knipper. | Paul Robeson, baritone ; with piano accompaniment by Lawrence Brown. | Four sound recordings in hardcover case, printed paper wrapper over boards; title statement and decorative design on front cover in black, grey, white and orange inks. | "Columbia Records, Set M-534." | English ; Sung in English (principally), Russian, German, and Spanish.