Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
James Dickey, Poetry Consultant at the Library of Congress, playing American folk tunes, hymn tunes, and blues on 6-string and 12-string guitar
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
This collection of Afro-Hispanic music includes one tape of music from Brazil; 11 tapes from Ecuador including marimba music and arrullos; and 19 tapes from Colombia. These tapes contain marimba and flute music, children and women's songs; ritual music from wakes (velorios) for children and adults with wailing, arrullos, and folk dance music; and other genres included are cumbias, lullabies, bambucas, fugas, agua largas, carambas, alabados, and many examples of line and vamp performances
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Wagoner's lad -- I won't marry at all -- Lord, I wish I was a simple girl again -- Sporting bachelors -- The little mohee -- Who killed cock robin? -- Madam, I have come a-courting -- When my mother wields the shingle --Sitting on top of the world -- Walking down the line -- Rawhide -- Well you caused me to trouble and you caused me to kill a man -- Freight train blues --Mean woman blues -- It's been a mighty mighty long time -- [guitar solos] -- I am a pilgrim
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
A collection of primarily décimas, seis and aguinaldos, accompanied by cuantro, gũiro and guitar. Also includes rosary, danzas, merengues, mazurcas, guarachas, danzoń, boleros, pasadobles, vals, porro, cadenas, corridos, plena, and instrumental music
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
This collection include ukelele, guitar and festival music, songs of greeting and farewell, praise and eligy songs, festival and folk dance music, bawdy songs, aparima, kapa, pā'ō'ā, tāmūrē, interviews and tales
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Sound recordings include examples of songs and dances from all over Panama but "excluding ... Indian groups." The two films feature musical ensembles and some dances from various provinces
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
pt. 1. Guitar workshop / conducted by Pete Rowan -- pt. 2. Mandolin workshop / conducted by David Grisman -- pt. 3. Friday evening concert featuring Red Smiley, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Bill Monroe, Don and Ronnie Reno, the Down Home Folks, Bluegrass Partners, Twin River Boys with Fred Pike -- pt. 4. Saturday evening concert featuring the Country Gentlemen, Osborne Brothers, Larry Richardson, Cub McGhee, CLyde Moody, Twin City Partners, Tennessee Cutups, the Renos, Kenny Baker, Del McCorry, Billy Baker, Shady Valley Boys --Pt. 5. Gospel concert with Smiley, Moody, Bluegrass Travelers, Tennessee Cutups, Renos and Mac Wiseman -- pt. 6. Story of Bluegrass, part 2, with Monroe, Moody, Reno, Benny Martin, Jim Eanes, Lamar Grier, Pete Rowan, Richard Greene, Rudy Lyle, John Palmer, Dale Sledge, Smiley, Tater Tate, Billy Edwards, Gene Burrows, Wilson Boys and Larry Richardson

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