Difference between revisions of "Parallel Anthology Track 41"

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[[File:Frank Cloutier Grave.jpg |thumb|]] Frank Cloutier's grave (picture taken from [http://www.celestialmonochord.org/the_moonshiners_dance/ www.celestialmonochord.org]) shows that he died in 1957, meaning that this composition is '''in copyright''' until '''1st January 2028'''.
 
[[File:Frank Cloutier Grave.jpg |thumb|]] Frank Cloutier's grave (picture taken from [http://www.celestialmonochord.org/the_moonshiners_dance/ www.celestialmonochord.org]) shows that he died in 1957, meaning that this composition is '''in copyright''' until '''1st January 2028'''.
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However, according to the [http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/41-moonshiners-dance-part-1-by-frank-cloutier-the-victoria-cafe-orchestra/ Old Weird America] blog, "The Moonshiner’s Dance is a medley of old popular songs in a jazzy, polka style, punctuated by talks, laughs and the shouting “One, two, three, four” between each tune," the tunes being:
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'''When You and I Were Young, Maggie'''
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According to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/When_You_and_I_Were_Young,_Maggie wikipedia], the lyrics were written by George Washington Johnson who died in 1917, and the music by James Austin Butterfield who died in 1891 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Austin_Butterfield], thus this song is '''public domain'''.
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'''How Dry I Am'''
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According to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_Dry_I_Am wikipedia], this song was written by Irving Berlin, who died in 1989 ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Berlin]) and so is '''in copyright''' until '''1st January 2060'''.
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'''At the Cross'''
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First published in 1707, and so '''public domain'''.
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'''When You Wore a Tulip'''
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Written by Percy Wenrich and Jack Mahoney. According to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Wenrich wikipedia], Wenrich died in 1952, so this song is '''in copyright''' until at least '''1st January 2023'''.
  
  
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== Alternative versions ==
 
== Alternative versions ==
  
This composition is on copyright, so no public domain alternative versions exist
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The [http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/41-moonshiners-dance-part-1-by-frank-cloutier-the-victoria-cafe-orchestra/ Old Weird America] blog provides for four versions of ''When You and I Were Young, Maggie'', three of which are pre-1962, and three of ''At the Cross'', all of which are streamable.

Revision as of 18:38, 16 July 2013

Icon In Copyright.jpg Track 41: Frank Cloutier and the Victoria Cafe Orchestra - Moonshiner's Dance Part I   Gennett 6305-A; Recorded in St Paul, Minnessota, 1927


Anthology Track 41 Label.jpg

Record label assigns authorship to "Cloutier" as do the notes in Harry Smith's Anthology booklet, although www.78discography.com does not assign authorship.


Frank Cloutier Grave.jpg

Frank Cloutier's grave (picture taken from www.celestialmonochord.org) shows that he died in 1957, meaning that this composition is in copyright until 1st January 2028.


However, according to the Old Weird America blog, "The Moonshiner’s Dance is a medley of old popular songs in a jazzy, polka style, punctuated by talks, laughs and the shouting “One, two, three, four” between each tune," the tunes being:


When You and I Were Young, Maggie

According to wikipedia, the lyrics were written by George Washington Johnson who died in 1917, and the music by James Austin Butterfield who died in 1891 [1], thus this song is public domain.


How Dry I Am

According to wikipedia, this song was written by Irving Berlin, who died in 1989 ([2]) and so is in copyright until 1st January 2060.


At the Cross

First published in 1707, and so public domain.


When You Wore a Tulip

Written by Percy Wenrich and Jack Mahoney. According to wikipedia, Wenrich died in 1952, so this song is in copyright until at least 1st January 2023.


Parallel anthology main index page


Alternative versions

The Old Weird America blog provides for four versions of When You and I Were Young, Maggie, three of which are pre-1962, and three of At the Cross, all of which are streamable.