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Vachel Lindsay / Nicholas Cave Lindsay - Vachel Lindsay Poetry Album

Vachel Lindsay / Nicholas Cave Lindsay - Vachel Lindsay Poetry Album

  • Darsteller: Vachel Lindsay / Nicholas Cave Lindsay
  • Genre: Nicht Musik
  • Titel: Vachel Lindsay Poetry
  • Stil: Poetry
  • Etikett: Caedmon Records
  • Katalog: TC 1216
  • Land: US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1685 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1088 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.9
  • Abstimmungen: 005

Trackliste

1The Kallyope Yell
2The Drunkard's Funeral
3What The Hyena Said
4The Potatoes' Dance
5Simon Legree - A Negro Sermon
6The Moon's The North Wind's Cooky
7The Mouse That Gnawed The Oak-Tree Down
8The Lion
9The Sea Serpent Chanty
10Two Old Crows
11Abraham Lincoln Walks At Midnight
12The Eagle That Is Forgotten
13The Sorceress
14The Ghosts Of The Buffaloes
15The Congo
16The Flower-Fed Buffaloes
17The Blacksmith's Serenade
18Daniel

Credits

  • Read ByNicholas Cave Lindsay
  • Written By – Vachel Lindsay

Album

Nicholas Vachel Lindsay ˈveɪtʃəl ˈlɪnzi November 10, 1879 December 5, 1931 was an American poet. He is considered a founder of modern singing poetry, as he referred to it, in which verses are meant to be sung or chanted. Lindsay was born in Springfield, Illinois where his father, Vachel Thomas Lindsay, worked as a medical doctor and had amassed considerable financial resources. The Lindsays lived across the street from the Illinois Executive Mansion, home of the Governor of Illinois. Vachel Lindsay Reads the Congo & Other Poems - Vachel Lindsay. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Vachel Lindsay became famous in the early 20th century as a traveling bard whose dramatic delivery in public readings helped keep appreciation for poetryVachel Lindsay became famous in the early 20th century as a traveling bard whose dramatic delivery in public readings helped keep appreciation for poetry. Vachel Lindsay became famous in the early 20th century as a traveling bard whose dramatic delivery in public readings helped keep appreciation for poetry as a spoken art alive in the American Midwest he called these performances the Higher Vaudeville. Nicholas Vachel Lindsay was born on November 10, 1879 in Springfield, Illinois. The second of six children and the only son of Dr. Vachel Thomas Lindsay and Esther Catharine Frazee Lindsay. Vachel did not attend school until he was eight. He was taught at home by his mother, who had been a teacher and artist before her marriage. Listen free to Vachel Lindsay Poetry Classics The Moon's The North Wind's Cooky, The Flower-Fed Buffaloes and more. 6 tracks 26:59. Nicholas Vachel Lindsay November 10, 1879 December 5, 1931 was an American poet. His exuberant recitation of some of his work led some critics to compare it to jazz poetry despite his persistent protests. Because of his use of American Midwest themes he also became known as the Prairie Troubador. View wiki. Poems by Vachel Lindsay. Nicholas Vachel Lindsay 1879-1931 was one of Americas best-known poets. He left med school to study art at the Art Institute of Chicago and the New York School of Art, where he began combinin. Город: Springfield, Lindsay. January 10, 1879 age 52. Springfield, Illinois, United States. Although he developed an individual style of drawing, he soon turned to poetry. In 1906 Lindsay made the first of several tramping journeys, preaching the gospel of beauty and trading his verses for food and lodging. Returning to Springfield, he strove to awaken his fellow towns men to the claims of beauty, civic righteousness, and poetry. General William Booth Enters into Heaven 1913 brought Lindsay recognition and initiated a vogue for public recitations by the author. Young Lindsay, whose full name was Nicholas Vachel Lindsay, attended Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio, for three years before studying art in Chicago and New York City. He later turned to poetry, a medium which was more successful for him. He first received recognition in 1913, when Poetry magazine published his poem General William Booth Enters into Heaven about the founder of The Salvation Army. Racial harmony was a concern of Lindsays. The Congo, a poem about blacks, was one of his most famous and popular poems. Lindsay spent much of his life walking across the country, performing and di. Nicholas Vachel Lindsay November 10, 1879 - December 5, 1931 was an American poet. Lindsay is considered the father of modern singing poetry, as he referred to it, in which verses are meant to be sung or chanted. His correspondence with poet William Butler Yeats details his intentions to revive the musical qualities in poetry as had been practiced by the ancient Greeks