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Rye Straw - John Summers (5) - John Summers: Master Indiana Fiddler (CD, Album)


  1. TOP FOLKSONGS with CHORDS, lyrics, chords for guitar, banjo, ukulele etc. +PDF Traditional & Folk Song Lyrics,+ lyrics, also with downloadable PDF and RTF The Following 3 items go with the above lyrics collection and provide midis and tablature for most of the songs.
  2. Size: feet of linear shelf space (approximately items) Abstract: Kevin Delaney was born in in Washington, D.C. Between 19he traveled through Ireland, Scotland, and the American Midwest and Southeast, recording country, blues, gospel, bluegrass, and old-time musicians and performers who otherwise might not have been heard.
  3. The Old-Time Herald Volume 6, Number 2. Reviews: Chet Atkins - Chet Atkins' Rare Performances The Guitar of Chet Atkins - Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop Bad Livers - Hogs On the Highway Camp Creek Boys - Old-Time String Band Bob Carlin - Learn to Play Clawhammer Banjo Cliff Carlisle - Blues Yodeler And Steel Guitar Wizard The Rufus Crisp Experience - Chickens Are A-Crowing.
  4. This week's Tune Of The Week is "Rye Straw", a fiddle tune usually in the key of D. Rare & Beautiful Tunes from the Cumberland Plateau" (). Folkways FS , John Summers‑ "Fine Times at our House". Gennett (78 RPM), Doc Roberts (). I truly don’t recall who was the Master Fiddler behind whom Carl was playing, but he hit.
  5. Subseries 5, Album Covers and Record Books, contains record sleeves, and album artwork for record companies including Paramount Records, S/D Records, and the F.W. Boerner Company. There are record books and ledgers from the Wisconsin Chair Company and its subsidiaries.
  6. His focus covers Appalachian banjo tunes and ballads, Southern and Midwestern fiddle tunes, blues and spirituals. Rosenbaum began seeking out traditional performers while in his teens, rediscovering and recording the great blues guitarist Scrapper Blackwell and fiddler John W. Summers, both in his then-home state of Indiana.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of John Summers: Master Indiana Fiddler on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Collected by musician and producer Pat Dunford and musicologist Art Rosenbaum, the twenty songs and fiddle tunes on this album were chosen from a vast collection of recordings from their travels around Indiana in the early sixties. At the time, Indiana had been largely ignored by collectors and folk enthusiasts researching old-time music.5/5(1).