|Statement||by Charles Burleigh Galbreath ; illustrated|
|LC Classifications||ML410.E5 G36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p., 3 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||05004281|
Emmett was the author of about pieces, and by 21st century standards, Emmett's lyrics are of the most objectionable kind, none managing to escape the bigoted milieu of the minstrel tradition. Nonetheless, Daniel Decatur Emmett was a major figure in pre-Civil War American popular music. A biographical film of Daniel Decatur Emmett was produced in , entitled Dixie. Starring Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, it is a musical directed by A. Edward Sutherland. This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia Daniel Decatur Emmett; it is used under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Unported License. Daniel Decatur Emmett. 66 pp. (Also in Ohio Archeological and Historical Publications, Vol, , pp. ) Iden, Raymond J. The Origin of Negro Minstrelsy and The Birth of Emmett's Dixie's Land. Nathan, Hans. Dan Emmett and the Rise of Early Negro Minstrelsy. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, Influences on Emmett, Daniel Decatur "Dixie" was written in the traveling minstrel "walk-around" tradition, which had roots in African-American slave songs and the communal dancing of tribal Africans. The original lyrics were even written to sound like what most people assumed slaves talked like. Influenced by Emmett, Daniel Decatur.
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In the census of Knox County, Emmett's occupation is given as "author of Dixie." The band at Emmett's funeral played "Dixie" as he was lowered into his grave. His grave marker, placed 20 years after his death, reads, To the Memory of Daniel Decatur Emmett — Whose Song 'Dixie Land' inspired the courageLyrics: Daniel Decatur Emmett, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Galbreath, C.B. (Charles Burleigh), Daniel Decatur Emmett. Columbus, Ohio: Press of Fred. J. Heer, Daniel Decatur Emmett, Soundtrack: Logan. Jay Pharoah and Bobby Moynihan killed it as castmates on "SNL." Now they almost kill each other as Jay learns to inline tion: Soundtrack, Music Department. Dixie, by Daniel Decatur Emmett. Performed by Bobby Horton, guitar.