They were left out of Dixon and Godrich, so you need not look there. I
will not share with you my feelings about such omission.

David N. "Uncle Dave" Lewis
Assistant Editor, Classical

Macrovision Solutions Corporation


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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Fisk Jubilee Singers discography?

Dear collective wisdom,Hello - I'm a lurker who has planned to introduce
himself for a long time, but I haven't gotten to it yet.I joined ARSC in
2007 and I'm the librarian at VanderCook College of Music in
Chicago.I've also reissued piano rolls of ragtime, blues and reproducing
piano rolls for the past 20 years.I'm trying to locate a discography of
the Fisk Jubilee Singers, particularly their earliest works. I have
skimmed over ch. 14 of Lost Sounds and I need to re-read it more
carefully.The 2nd footnote says that "Dark Midnight When I Rise: The
Story of the Fisk Jubilee Singers" by Andrew Ward is a recommended bio;
are there any better choices?It also indicates that Dixon & Godrich is
the best discography available; I'll look this up when I get home. I
don't suppose anything more is available yet?Finally, are the Document
CD's the best place to go for these early recordings? A private reply
would be fine - thank you!Rob DeLand