Give aleast two differences and similarties between the last night of the word and good job songs?

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Give aleast two differences and similarties between the last night of the word and good job songs?​

Answer:

Traditional Work Songs

In traditional cultures around the world, work is often accompanied by song. Americans have developed work songs for many occupations, from agricultural jobs like picking cotton, to industrial ones, like driving railroad spikes. Iconic American figures such as cowboys had their work songs, as did sailors, whose songs kept work going smoothly on tall ships throughout the age of sail.

Explanation:

PLAYLIST

Five recordings from Library of Congress collections.

Señora Santa Anna

A lullaby sung in Spanish by a group of girls at the Blalack School, in Blalack, Texas, 1939.

John Henry

Arthur Bell sings a hammering song about the legendary John Henry, 1939

The Northern Neck Chantey Singers

This group of former fishermen from the Northern Neck of Virginia perform songs used in menhaden fishing from the Chesapeake Bay region. (video)

Iruten har nuzu

A spinning song sung in Basque language by Mrs. Francisco Etcheverry, Matias Etcheverry, and Antoinette Erro, 1940.

Unloading steel rails

Henry Truvillion demonstrates a chant used to organize men unloading railroad rales

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