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  1. The voice of Langston Hughes sings in a whisper. A production of Smithsonian Folkways, this recording allows us to relish the work of a master 20th century poet, blues and gospel musician, and Afro-American historian, often labeled "the poet-laureate of his race." His work ranges from humor to despair to beautiful simplicity and irony.5/5(3).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Langston Hughes - Rhythms Of The World at Discogs. Complete your Langston Hughes collection.5/5(3).
  3. Buy Langston Hughes's album titled Rhythms of the World. Rhythms of the World. by Langston Hughes | Read Reviews. CD $ $ Save 6% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 6%. Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free ShippingPrice: $
  4. The voice of Langston Hughes sings in a whisper. A production of Smithsonian Folkways, this recording allows us to relish the work of a master 20th century poet, blues and gospel musician, and Afro-American historian, often labeled "the poet-laureate of his race." His work ranges from humor to despair to beautiful simplicity and irony.5/5(4).
  5. The Voice of Langston Hughes Langston Hughes Spoken Word · Preview SONG Rhythms of the World. ℗ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Also available in the iTunes Store More by Langston Hughes. The Dream Keeper and Other Poems of Langston Hughes The Glory of Negro History.
  6. Combines poetry, Afro-American history, folklore, humor, jazz, and gospel music—subjects of enduring interest in the year literary career of Langston Hughes, the most versatile and prolific author of his generation. All ages can share Hughes's humor in these recordings from the s. Selections.
  7. Find Langston Hughes discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. The Voice of Langston Hughes: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings The Story of Jazz: Smithsonian Records Rhythms of the World: Smithsonian Records The Glory of Negro History: Smithsonian Records The .
  8. Oct 03,  · LANGSTON HUGHES'S SECOND BOOK for the Franklin Watts First Book series was The First Book of Rhythms (). Drawing heavily from a course Hughes taught at the Laboratory School in Chicago in , The First Book of Rhythms traces rhythm in all of its forms, from a person's heartbeat to music to oceans and planets to trees and trains and sports. For Hughes, rhythm is all .

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