By Frédéric Chopin, ed. Alfred Cortot
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They met a white man in San Francisco by the name of McConnell who put them on the circuit. ” Their names accompanied with “coon” songs was soon heralded North, East, South and West. As much as to say the Negro has now changed his name! ” His new nickname was now printed in large type without quotation marks. Williams & Walker and Ernest Hogan were not old enough then to know the harm they had brought on the whole race. They needed the money, what little they received, and the white people needed the laugh on the ignorant and the largest amount of money they made in the speculations.
The second class of songs easily arises from the singing of popular songs, varied through constant singing or through misunderstanding of the original versions. Â€. The third class of negro songs is made up of the “folk-songs” proper. While Odum maintained that “only those [songs] that have become completely adapted are given in this collection,” a signiﬁcant number of the songs he reproduced are more or less straightforward interpretations of currently popular, commercially published coon songs.
It was a “free-for-all” variety production with plenty of “low” comedy, song and dance, and no pretense of a coherent story line. ”91 The title is a takeoff on “At Gay Coney Island,” a successful mainstream musical comedy of the time. For the Troubadours’ second season, Ernest Hogan came aboard and overhauled the skit, as described in a Chicago daily paper, quoted in the Freeman: Whoever loves “coon” comedy, “coon” songs and dances, “coon” cake walks and every form of “coon” entertainment should go to the Shiller this week, where the Black Patti Troubadours are disporting themselves.
12 Études op. 25 by Frédéric Chopin, ed. Alfred Cortot