Home Sweet Home
Life in Nineteenth-Century Ohio
Acknowledgments and Special Thanks
The contents of this special presentation are made available thanks to the cooperation of New World Records (Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., 16 Penn Plaza #835, New York, NY 10001-1820. www.newworldrecords.org). Special thanks goes to Paul Marotta, Managing Director, at New World Records for facilitating this.
Web Special Presentation
Digital production and conversion work was performed by the The Library of Congress Presents: Music, Theater and Dance staff of the Music Division, including Yolonda Kerney, Pat Padua, James Wolf, and Lauren Woodis. Production work was coordinated by Karen Lund.
Scanning of sheet music and other paper documents was performed by Information Technology Service’s Digital Scan Center. Special thanks go to Tanya Pearson, Domenic Sergi, and Lynn Brooks.
Technical functionality and programming of the site was performed by a team from Network Development and MARC Standards Office which included Moryma Aydelott, Matt Bachtell, Morgan Cundiff, Glenn Gardner, Corey Keith, Julie Mangin, Betsy Miller, and Nathan Trail.
Web site design and user interface was created by Betsy Miller and Moryma Aydelott based on user-centered design principles.
Text for the site was adapted and augmented by Jan Lauridsen, Yolonda Kerney, and Karen Lund from essays written by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Jon Newsom for the original recording.
Editorial assistance was provided by Andrea Savada.
Administrative oversight was provided by Diane Kresh, Sally McCallum, Jon Newsom, Jan Lauridsen, and Deb Thomas.
Permissions work was conducted by Karen Lund.
Original recording credits
The original recording, Where Home Is, was made possible through a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. This recording was made possible with grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Producer: Horace Grenell
Assistant producer: Elizabeth Ostrow
Recording engineer: Jerry Bruck
Tape editor: Noel Harrington
Mixdown and equalization: Don Van Gordon
Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, 30th St., NYC
Digital mastering: Paul Zinman, SoundByte Productions, Inc., NYC
Program consultant: Jon Newsom
Performances by the Harmoneion Singers; John Miner, conductor; Peter Basquin, piano and harmonium; Clifford Jackson, baritone; John Aler, tenor.
Text for liner notes by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Jon Newsom.
Cover art: Henry Mosler, Jr. Canal Market in 1860. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of The Cincinnati Historical Society.
Cover design: Bob Degrin Design, Inc., NYC
Library of Congress Card no. 77-750355
Published 1977; copyright 1995 Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
For New World Records: Herman E. Krawitz, President; Howard Klein, Director of Artists and Repertory/Director of Development; Paul Marotta, Managing Director; Alan Margolis, Artists and Repertory Administrator; Virginia Hayward, Administrative Associate; Sheree Long; Development Associate; Michael Hoffman, Marketing Associate; Carl Jacobson, Marketing Associate; Karen Clark, Production Associate.
Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc., Board of Trustees: Francis Goelet, Chairman; David Hamilton, Treasurer; Milton Babbitt; Emanuel Gerard; Adolph Green; Rita Hauser; Howard Klein; Herman E. Krawitz; Elizabeth Ostrow; Don Roberts; Patrick Smith; Frank Stanton.