Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Songs

Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Songs

George Britton FW02215 / FA 2215

A classical singer by profession, George Britten was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. His own heritage inspired him to find and learn the music presented on this album—songs that provide vignettes of his Pennsylvania-Dutch childhood, from ditties about "snitzing parties" to rhymes in honor of Faasnacht Day.

RELATED LESSON PLAN
"Playing Pennsylvania Dutch"

Year Released 1955
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1955 Folkways Records

Genre(s) American Folk
Country(s) United States
Culture Group(s) German-American
Instrument(s) Guitar; Violin
Subject(s) Folk songs--United States; Folksong revival
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101 Joe Raetel George Britton 0:40
102 Reide, Reide, Geili George Britton 0:37
103 Des Bucklich Mennli George Britton 1:24
104 Eiei, Reie, Riddieoo George Britton 1:15
105 In Einem Kiehlen Grunde George Britton 1:37
106 Schpinn, Schpinn George Britton 1:40
107 Siss Net Alli Daag Luschdich Leewe George Britton 1:07
108 Meedli, Widdu Heiere George Britton 1:48
201 Hei Lie, Hei Lo George Britton 1:13
202 Lauterbach George Britton 1:14
203 Alle Yahr En Kindlein George Britton 0:34
204 Wie Kumm Ich An Des Grosswadder's Haus? George Britton 1:29
205 Unser Saiwi George Britton 1:35
206 Schloof Bobbeli Schloof George Britton 1:57
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