University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recording of the Rising Stars of Louisa Anniversary Program, which features a modern gospel quartet, the Rising Stars, and members James Sheldon, Jr., African American guitarist of Stevensburg, Va., and John Marshall, African American guitarist of Stevensburg, Va. Included are congregational singing, solo gospel, and spirituals, religious testimonials, sung prayer with response, and shouts. Also included are dubs from the Clive Harris Collection, comprised of assorted band music, as well as excerpts from interviews with Clive Harris
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Live recordings of old-time tunes and songs on fiddle, guitar, banjo, mandolin, and by bluegrass bands recorded at contests, conventions, and informal gatherings in Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia, and Oklahoma
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Mark Klempner Collection consists of audio recordings, 1974-1989, created by folklorist, historian, and folk musician, Mark Klempner. From 1982 to 1992 Klempner performed under the stage name of Jamie Michaels in Los Angeles, Calif. During this time he recorded with audio engineer, Henry Lewy, and with vocalists, David Lasley, Arnold McCuller, and Rosemary Butler. The collection includes recordings, 1987-1988, from these studio sessions as well as earlier live recordings, 1974-1982, of Klempner performing in concert as Mark Klempner. The collection also contains miscellaneous recordings, 1980-1982, including an interview that Klempner conducted with Scottish musician, Robin Williamson
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Commercially released 78 rpm recordings and radio transcriptions featuring Lester Flatt (1914-1979), Anglo-American bluegrass guitarist and singer from Sparta, Tenn., and Earl Scruggs (1924- ), Anglo-American bluegrass banjo player from Flint Hill, N.C., and their band, the Foggy Mountain Boys. The live recordings appear to be from a radio show on WSM, Nashville, Tenn
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recordings of George D. Hay emceeing the Grand Ole Opry on an early 1950s radio program featuring bluegrass and country stars such as Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Roy Acuff, and others; interviews with Jack Dunigan of Jamestown, N.Y., in 1967 and J.E. Mainer in 1968; and recordings of Bryant and Catherine Wilson singing gospel songs in 1949 and 1968. George Hay founded the Grand Ole Opry on WSM radio from Nashville. Roy Acuff (1903- ), Anglo-American early country star, began recording in the 1930s. J.E. Mainer, Anglo-American traditional fiddler, began recording with his Crazy Moutaineers in the 1930s. Bill Monroe, Anglo-American guitarist and mandolin player, is generally credited with the creation of the bluegrass style. Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Anglo- American bluegrass guitar and banjo players, helped to popularize bluegrass in the 1950s
University of Colorado, Boulder
Collection consists of approximately 300 original and published manuscript guitar music arrangements by Krick, Foden and many other noted guitarists. Also includes approximately 100 manuscripts of 19th and early 20th century guitar music, mandolin music and method books, and guitar method books
National Library of Australia
Largo -- Rondeau -- Largo -- Sinfonia -- Allegro -- Allegro -- Maestoso -- Allegro
Millersville University - McNairy Library
Compositions, correspondence, manuscripts, poetry, recital programs, photographs, and ephemera -- The compositions include orchestral works, chamber music, piano and guitar solo pieces, vocal arrangements, and transcriptions
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
The Festival de la Giuabina y el Tiple featuring various conjuntos performing guabinas, also including numerous examples of torbellinos and bambucos, one copla, and several recitations and performances by children
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Principally broadcast or to-be-broadcast performances of country and popular music featuring the Black Hawk Valley Boys and the "Hoosier Hop" radio program of WOWO, Ft. Wayne, IN, mainly at the Embassy Theater. Musical numbers include country, popular, folk, Christmas, guitar, banjo and organ music, folk-songs, hymns


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