PrincetonPL - Paul Robeson films and music at the library
Annotation:Principally songs; the 4th work is a spoken excerpt from the play by Shakespeare. Paul Robeson, bass ; Alan Booth, piano. Recorded May 9, 1958.
Annotation:Paul Robeson, bass ; a second voice (in some selections) ; Lawrence Brown, piano (in some selections) ; Ray Noble and his orchestra (in some selections) ; Victor Young and his orchestra (in 1st selection).
Annotation:1979 dramatic stage presentation, recorded from a broadcast October 8, 1979 on the PBS network. James Earl Jones gives a superlative performance as singer Paul Robeson in this stirring production.
Annotation:Paul Robeson, voice ; American Peoples Chorus, Victor Symphony Orchestra, Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor ; Alan Booth, Harriet Wingreen, piano.
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Paul Robeson, famous African-American athlete, singer, actor, and advocate for the civil rights of people around the world, was a Princeton native son. This list of films and music from the Princeton Public Library collection highlights his life, his work, and his accomplishments.