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Valenzuela, Guadalupe Jose, Dave and Tony Yubeta, Donald Price, and Tila Escalada

[Pre-1980 Folk music. Selections]
Recorded by KNOG, Nogales, for the University of Arizona Folklore Archive. Are you teasing me? (Tony and Dave Yubeta) -- A Pretty woman is a deadly weapon (Tony Yubeta) -- Old Nogales (Donald Price, age 17, learned form an old recording by Edw. Gardner) -- Guilty (Tila Escalada, age 17) -- Panchita (Guadalupe Jose Valenzuela) -- Rocillo (race horse song by Guadalupe Jose Valenzuela) -- El Corrido de dos hermanos (Ballad of two brothers by Dave and Tony Yubeta) -- Collector: Doris Seibold
Nogales, AZ, May 14, 1960
1 sound disc, analog, 12 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.137

Valenzuela, Ricardo

El Barco loco - Corrido de Jesus Armienta -- La Paciada
El Barco loco - Corrido de Jesus Armienta -- La Paciada.
Discos RUF
1 sound disc (6 min.), analog, 45 rpm, 7 in.
SWF 008: SWF 90.3/D.37 (7in.)

Valenzuela, Richard con Los Catanes de la Frontera

Linda Morena -- Corrido de Juan Villanueva
Linda Morena -- Corrido de Juan Villanueva.
Discos RUF
1 sound disc (6 min.), analog, 45 rpm, 7 in.
SWF 008: SWF 90.3/D.38 (7in.)

Various Artists

An Anthology of Papago traditional music: Volume I
Collected and recorded by J. Richard Haefer. Singers Lorenzo Pablo, Joaquin Garcia, Frances Manuel, and Emma Francisco. First chelkona dance song -- Last chelkona dance song -- A woman's song -- Widow's dream song -- The song of the sea gull -- The song of the coyote -- Mountain song -- Blackbird song -- Echo song -- The cowboy ant -- Women's game (toka) song -- Songs heard by sick man -- The twister song (doajida) -- Owl song (wusota) -- Horse song (wusota) -- Wine song (gohimeli).
Phoenix AZ: Canyon Records, p1972
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.33 (12in.)

Various Artists

Chicken scratch fiesta
Oh Suzannah (The American Indians with Alex Gomez) -- Cosita linda cumbia (Elvin Kelly y Los Reyes) -- Moonshine polka (The Blood Brothers) -- El conrabando del paso (El Conjunto Murrietta) -- Truquero polka (Elvin Kelly y Los Reyes) -- Mucho te quiero chote (The Molinas) -- Ay mi yaquicita (El Conjunto Murrietta) -- Dry gulch polka (Santan) -- Sacaton chote (The Molinas) -- Ending song (The American Indians with John Manuel).
Phoenix AZ: Canyon Records, p1981
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.47 (12in.)

Various Artists

Cora
Archive of American Folk Song. Recorded at Jesus Maria, Nayarit, Mexico, 1944, by Henrietta Yurchenco. Son del elote -- Son del vanado -- Son de la siembra (sung with mitote by E. Altamirano) -- Son de cuaresma (played on reed flute by M. Cabrales) -- Son de semana Santa (played on reed flute and drum by C. Silverio and M. Daniel) --
The Library of Congress Division of Music Recording Laboratory, [1944]
1 sound disc, analog, 12 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.185

Various Artists

Huichol
Archive of American Folk Song. Recorded at Huilotita, Jalisco, Mexico, 1944, by Henrietta Yurchenco. Fiesta del peyote (sung by J. de la Cruz and dancers) -- Fiesta de la Calabaza (sung with huehuetl by J. de la Cruz and assistants) -- Fiesta de los enfermos (sung by P. Gonzales and assistants)
The Library of Congress Division of Music Recording Laboratory, [1944]
1 sound disc, analog, 10 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE-1980.1/D.188 (10in.)

Various Artists

Papago dance songs: Anthology of Papago traditional music, Volume II
J. Richard Haefer, editor. Singers: Jose Pancho, Baptista Lopez, Mary Lopez, and Eva Lopez. Chelkona dance: Green I'itoi (chehdag I'itoi) -- Children, come follow me (oijkam ahpa) -- Ocean white birds -- Geese birds -- Black mountain (chuk do'ag) -- White foam mountain (totshagi do'ag) -- Whistling mountain -- Going back song (uhpam wahk ne'i) -- Keihina dance: Wash mountain (Aji do'ag) -- Low-laying mountain -- Dome-shaped mountain -- The Fields of San Simon -- Ajo mountain -- The Mountains of southwest of Pisinimo -- Whistling mountain -- The Flood (wi'indag). SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.34 (12in.)
Phoenix AZ: Canyon Records, p1973
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.

Various Artists

Songs of the Papago
Archive of American Folk Song Recorded and edited by Frances Densmore. Copied from cylinders recorded in 1920, Smithsonian-Densmore Collection from the Archives of American Folk Song. Songs connected with legends: Song of Earth magician (Jose Hendricks) -- Song of brown buzzard (Mattias Hendricks) -- Song before emerging from ashes hill (Hendricks) -- Song to put the eagle to sleep (Sivariano Garcia) -- Sound of the Old Woman (Garcia) -- Four fires on the ground (Garcia) -- The girls are approaching (Garcia) -- Song to make the boy invisible (Garcia) -- Songs connected with ceremonies: The dwelling place of the sun (Leonardo Rios) -- Each singer wears a white feather (Jose Manuel) -- Song of the Watchers (Hendricks) -- Song during rain divination (Hendricks) -- A blue wind (Rafael Mendez) -- Songs connected with expeditions to obtain salt: The wind blows from the sea (Hendricks) -- Songs connected to the treatment of the sick: Sandy loam fields (Jose Panco) -- Out of the mountains (Panco) -- Song to a little yellow wasp (Mendez) -- Song of the dawn (Mendez) -- Dream songs: White mountain birds (Victoria) -- A black crow (Victoria) -- War songs: Song concerning a wounded Apache (Mendez) -- The little captive children (Victoria) -- The eagle is talking (Garcia) -- Song of the kicking-ball race: We must run (Hendricks) -- Miscellaneous: I met a Mexican (Juana Maria).
Washington, D.C.: The Library of Congress Music Division - Recording Laboratory
1 sound disc, analog, [33 1/3 rpm], 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.32 (12in.)

Various Artists

Songs of the Yuma, Cocopa, and Yaqui
Archive of Folk Song Recorded and edited by Frances Densmore. Copied from cylinders recorded before 1915. Smithsonian-Densmore Collection from the Archive of American Folk Song. Yuma deer dance songs performed by Alfred Golding: The Water bug on the mountain -- The Water bug sees a fish -- The Water bug stands upon the fish -- The Water bug wanders forever beside the sea -- Then dance of the blackbirds is completed -- Song of the nighthawk -- Yaqui deer dance songs performed by Juan Ariwares: The Little fly -- The Summer rains -- The Rising sun -- Cocopa bird dance songs performed by Numa 'wasoa't: Song in the early evening -- Song at about midnight -- Song concerning the diver -- Song in the early morning -- Yuma Ca 'Koramu's dance song performed by Katco'ra: Song concerning the lark and the diver -- Cocopa Tcumanpa 'Xwa dance song performed by Mike Barley: Dancing song -- Yuma lightning songs, songs used in the treatment of the sick, and songs with cremation legend performed by Charles Wilson: White Cloud demonstrates his power -- Song concerning the ocean -- Song when treating the sick -- Song concerning the wildcat -- Cocopa songs with cremation legend performed by Clam: The illness of the superman -- The superman speaks -- The four corners of the earth -- Coyote comes to the cremation of the superman -- Coyote makes a request.
Washington, D.C.: The Library of Congress Music Division Recording Laboratory, 1951
1 sound disc, analog, [33 1/3 rpm], 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.37 (12in.)

Various Artists

Spanish and Mexican Folk Music of New Mexico
Matachines dances (James Trujillo, Sam and Modesto Garcia) -- Huapango (Garcilian Pacheco) -- Entriega de novios (Felix Ortega) -- Polka (Librado Leyba and Eddie Ortiz) -- La Luna se va matiendo (Alfred Campos and Edwin Lobato) -- Cuatro caminos -- (Alfred Campos and Edwin Lobato) -- El Zapatero (Arthur L. Campa) -- Grasshopper waltz (Daniel Lopez) -- Cancion Ingles (Jacobo Maestas) -- Hymn of farewell (Congregation with violin and guitar) -- Corrido de Elena (Felix Ortega and Consuela Ortega) -- Jesusita (Vidal Valdez and Lupe Rodriguez) -- Para que me sirvo el vino (Daniel Lopez and Lupe Rodriguez) -- Trova del viego vilmas (Arvino Martinez) -- Cuna (Jacobo Maestras and Victor Frescas). Ethnic Folkways Library. Recorded by J.D. Robb in New Mexico.
New York: Folkways Records & Service Corp., p1952
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.269
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.361

Various Artists

Tarahumara
Archive of American Folk Song. Recorded at Guachochic, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1946, by Henrietta Yurchenco. Yumari (sung with accompaniment of rattle by P. Cruz) -- Dutuburi -- Yumari (sung with accompaniment of rattle by H. Ramos).
The Library of Congress Division of Music Recording Laboratory, [1946]
1 sound disc, analog, 10 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE-1980-1/D.187 (10in.)

Various Artists

Traditional Pima dance songs
Recorded by Raymond Boley. Side 1, singers: Leonard Carlos, Dorothy Lewis, Michael Lewis, Russell Morgan, and Salt River Basket Dancers. Basket dance -- Coming out dance -- Crippled dance -- Swing dance -- Bats cave -- Owl feather -- Point dance -- Whirlwind -- Ku-ki-wa -- Quail dance -- Black cloud -- Going home dance -- Side 2, singers: Blaine Pablo, Frank Kisto, Eunice Antone. Superstition Mountain -- Casa Grande ruin -- Bird song -- Man in the maze song -- Flood song -- Salvation song -- Ho'ok Pima watch song -- Malia -- Mary at the cross -- Owl song -- Song about the starts -- Oriole song -- Going home song.
Phoenix AZ: Canyon Records, p1978
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.35] (12in.)

Various Artists

Tzotzil and Tzeltal
Archive of American Folk Song. Recorded in the state of Chiapas, Mexico, 1945, by Henrietta Yurchenco. Son de San Juan (played on trumpet, reed flute, and drum by M. Pachitan and A. Perez) -- Son de Fiesta (played on trumpet, reed flute, and drum by S. Geron, A. Guzman, and M. Sandis) -- Son de carnaval -- Anucio de caverus de caballos (played on reed flute and drum by A. Arias and M. Lopez) -- Son de semana Santa (played on reed flute by M. de La Torre).
The Library of Congress Division of Music Recording Laboratory, [1945]
1 sound disc, analog, 12 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.189

Various Artists

Yaqui music of the pascola and deer dance
Recorded live during the Tiniran Fiesta at Potam, Rio Yaqui, Sonora, Mexico. Performed by Jose Maria Hupahe, violin; Chito Matus, harp; Juan Maria Valencia, drum and flute; Juan Cruz Valencia, deer dancer; Reynaldo Romero Matus, Manuel Alvarez, Manuel Lucero, pascolas; Guadalupe Flores, Luis Aldamas, Luis A. Valenzuela, deer singers. Cogui Yeka (pic nose) -- San Martin Manuelito -- Ta'ka Cho'nim (body hair) -- Yoh'Hopoli (Mother night bird) -- Loretta cantorata -- Ten'ku Ba'nim -- Tene Woi Yueria -- Kuu'ta Wi'Kuii (sung by Maso Buik'reom) -- Puchilai -- W. Rum (Buzzard) -- Canoa Moelata Mavetacamel (old boat) -- Cuncum (doves)(sung by Maso Buik'roem) -- Sotohmoela (old earthen pot).
Phoenix, AZ: Canyon Records, 1973
1 sound disc, analog, 33 1/3 rpm, 12 in.
SWF 008: SWF 87.12/D.51 (12in.)

Various Artists

Yaqui/Seri
Archive of American Folk Song. Recorded at Vicam, Sonora, Mexico, 1946, by Henrietta Yurchenco. Sung with accompaniment of notched sticks and water drum by L. Tapia and assistants: Baile del vanado - el tecolate -- Baile del vanado - el palo verde -- Recorded at Desemboque, Sonora, Mexico, 1944, by Henrietta Yurchenco: Cancion del marinero cansado (sung by Antonio Burgos) -- Cancion de dios (sung by Sara Villalobos) -- Cancion del curandero (sung by Jesus Ibarra).
The Library of Congress Division of Music Recording Laboratory, [1944, 1946]
1 sound disc, analog, 12 in.
SWF 007: SWF PRE1980.1/D.186

Velasquez, Francisco and Los Tesoros del Norte

La Palma -- Gritenme piedras del campo
La Palma -- Gritenme piedras del campo.
Phoenix, AZ: El Pajarito
1 sound disc (6min.), analog, 45 rpm, 7 in.
SWF 008: SWF 90.7/D.21

Last modified: February 24, 2014