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Collection Number: 20035

Collection Title: Kevin Delaney Collection, 1970-1994

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Size 0.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 175 items)
Abstract Kevin Delaney was born in 1946 in Washington, D.C. Between 1970 and 1974 he 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. The collection documents the culture and history of Irish and American music. It consists primarily of field recordings made by Kevin Delaney in various regions of Ireland and the American Southeast. There are also many dubbed recordings of both Irish and American folk music. The Irish field recordings are primarily individual performances, while the dubbed recordings are groups of musicians playing different instruments, including fiddle, uillean pipes, spoons, flute, and pennywhistle. There are also some examples of Gaelic and shape-note singing. Songs include jigs, airs, reels, strathspeys, and others. The American recordings are composed primarily of fiddle and banjo music, along with some spoken word material. Some recordings are of Tommy Jarrell. There is also a practice tape of Delaney on fiddle and guitar. Several commercial audiocassettes are included, as well as dubbed recordings of jazz, blues, and pop music. Also included are Delaney's personal notebooks documenting the musicians he recorded while in the field, along with several posters, fliers, a collection of musicians' autographs, and a photograph.
Creator Delaney, Kevin.
Language English
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[Identification of item], in the Kevin Delaney Collection #20035, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Kevin Delaney of Mebane, N.C., in January 1990 and August and September 2002.
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Kevin (Chris) Delaney was born in 1946 in Washington, D.C. He was first exposed to folk music while studying at Duke University, where he earned his B.A. in 1968. Between 1970 and 1974, he traveled across Ireland, Scotland, and the midwestern and southeastern regions of the United States, recording country, blues, gospel, bluegrass, and old-time musicians and performers who might otherwise never have been heard. Delaney earned his Master of Library Science degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1976 and continued recording musicians and visiting community groups, colleges, and schools to educate people about the rich history and importance of folk music and its traditions in Ireland and the United States, hoping to carry on older traditions of music to a new generation. These efforts culminated in the recording of a commercial album, American Son, in 1982, but he continued recording and teaching well into the 1990s.

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The collection documents the culture and history of Irish music and American music. It consists primarily of field recordings made by Kevin Delaney in various regions of Ireland and the American Southeast, and also contains many dubbed recordings of both Irish and American folk music. The Irish field recordings are primarily individual performances, while the dubbed recordings are groups of musicians playing different instruments, including fiddle, uillean pipes, spoons, flute, and pennywhistle. There are also some examples of Gaelic singing and shape-note singing. Songs include jigs, airs, reels, strathspeys, and others. The American recordings are composed primarily of fiddle and banjo music, along with some spoken word material. Some recordings are of Tommy Jarrell. There is also a practice tape of Delaney on fiddle and guitar. Several commercial audiocassettes are included, as well as dubbed recordings of jazz, blues, and pop music. Also included are Delaney's personal notebooks documenting the musicians he recorded while in the field, along with several posters, fliers, a collection of musicians' autographs, and a photograph.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Music Materials, 1970-1994.

163 items.

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42 items.

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27 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Fiddle recordings of local artists from the counties of Clare, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Meath, Sligo, and Tipperary. There is also some Irish material that was recorded in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Edinburgh, Scotland.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/277

Jim Mullen, fiddle. Clifden, County Galway, August 1971. John Waters, fiddle. Ardara, County Donegal, August 1971. Jerry Breslin, fiddle. Carrick, County Donegal, August 1971. Tony Smith, fiddle. Dublin, September 1971. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/277

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jim Mullen, fiddle. Clifden, County Galway, August 1971.

Side 1.1: "The Groves Sweeney" and "The Iron Gate" (hornpipes)

Side 1.2: Unknown and "The Sligo Maid" (reels)

Side 1.3: "The Geese in the Bog," "Paddy in London," and "The Butcher's March" (jigs)

John Waters, fiddle. Ardara, County Donegal. August 1971.

Side 1.4: "Slieve naMon" (air)

Side 1.5: "Lord Gordon's Reel," (reel)

Side 1.6: "Donegal Reel," (reel)

Side 1.7: Four unknown tunes in 2/4 time

(Between #7 and #8 there is an unknown jig.)

Side 1.8: Unknown reel

Side 1.9: Two unknown jigs

Side 1.10: "The Frost Is All Over" (jig)

Side 1.11: "Harvest Home" (hornpipe)

Side 1.12: "Liverpool Hornpipe" (hornpipe)

Side 1.13: "The Boys of Bluehill" (hornpipe)

Side 1.14: "Connacht Man's Ramble" (jig)

Side 1.15: "The Rakes of Kildare" (jig)

Side 1.16: "Coolin" (air)

Side 1.17: "The Lark in the Clear Air" (air)

Side 1.18: "The Blackbird" (long dance)

Side 1.19: "The Garden of Daisies" (long dance)

Side 1.20: "The Merry Sisters Reel" (reel)

Side 1.21: "Tobin's Favorite" (jig)

Side 1.22: "Doctor O'Neill" (jig)

Side 1.23: "A Visit to Ireland" (jig)

Side 1.24: "Miss McLeod's" (reel)

Jerry Breslin, fiddle. Carrick, County Donegal. August 1971.

Side 2.1: "Father O'Flynn" (jig)

Side 2.2: "Strike the Gay Harp" (jig)

Side 2.3: "Irish Washerwoman" (jig)

Side 2.4: "Saddle the Pony" (jig)

Side 2.5: "A Trip to the Cottage" (jig)

Side 2.6: "Donegal Reel" (reel)

Side 2.7: "The Sligo Maid" (reel)

Side 2.8: "Bonnie Kate" (reel)

Side 2.9: "Master Crowley" (reel)

Side 2.10: "The Lads from Laois" (reel)

Side 2.11: "The Foxhunter's Slip Jig" (slip jig)

Side 2.12: Unknown set dance

Side 2.13: Unknown military two-step

Side 2.15: Unknown strathspey

Side 2.16: Unknown reel

Side 2.17: "Jackie Coleman's" (reel)

Side 2.18: "The Famine" (air)

Side 2.19: "The Mountain Road" (reel)

Side 2.20: Unknown jig

Tony Smith, fiddle. Dublin. September 1971.

Side 2.21: "The Wandering Minstrel" (jig)

Side 2.22: "The Gold Ring" (jig)

Side 2.23: "The Sligo Jig" or "Trip to Killavil" (jig)

Side 2.24: "The Woman of the House" and "The Bird in the Bush" (reels)

Side 2.25: "Lord Gordon's Reel" (reel)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/278

John Doherty, fiddle. Glenties, County Donegal. August 1971. Tom Anderson, fiddle. Edinburgh, Scotland. September 1971. Willie Clancy, tin whistle and uilleann pipes. Malbay, County Clare. September 1971. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/278

1/4" Open Reel Audio

John Doherty, fiddle. Glenties, County Donegal. August 1971.

Side 1.1: "The Blackbird" (air)

Side 1.2: "The Sligo Maid" (reel)

Side 1.3: Unknown strathspey

Side 1.4: "The Drunken Piper" (reel)

Side 1.5: Unknown reel

Side 1.6: "The Mathematician's" (hornpipe)

Side 1.7: "The Frost is All Over" (jig)

Side 1.8: Unknown reel

Side 1.9: "The Gladstone" (reel)

Side 1.10: 3 unknown hornpipes

Side 1.11: "The Rakes of Kildare" (jig)

Side 1.12: "The Irish Washerwoman" (jig)

Side 1.13: "The Dear Irish Boy" (air)

Side 1.14: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.15: "Lord Gordon's Reel" (reel)

Side 1.16: "The Laird of [?]" (strathspey)

Side 1.17: "The Postman's Knock"

Side 1.18: "Bonnie Kate" and "Jennie's Chickens" (reels)

Tom Anderson, fiddle. Edinburgh, Scotland. September 1971.

Side 1.19: "Soldier's Joy" (reel)

Side 1.20: "Soldier's Joy" (reel)

Side 1.21: "A New Year's Tune" and "The Day Dawn"

Side 1.22: "The Bride's March"

Side 1.23: "The Bride's a Bonny Thing"

Side 1.24: "Early in the Morning, the Sailor Loves His Bottle" (reel)

Side 1.25: "Faroe Rum" (reel)

Side 1.26: Unknown

Side 1.27: "Oliver Jack," "Willa Fjord," and "Merry Boys of Greenland"

Side 1.28: "Devil Stick the Minister"

Side 1.29: "Shaald o'Foule"

Side 1.30: "Wyne Deple"

Side 1.31: "McLeod's Reel" (reel)

Side 1.32: "High Road to Linton" (reel)

Side 2.1: "Sleep Soon in the Morning" (reel)

Side 2.2: "Sleep Soon in the Morning" (reel)

Side 2.3: "Jack Broke the Prison Door" (reel)

Side 2.4: "Dayset"

Side 2.5: "The Moon"

Side 2.6: "Lament," unknown polka, and unknown reel

Side 2.7: Unknown strathspey

Side 2.8: "The Laird of Dunblaine" (strathspey)

Side 2.9: "Stirling Castle" (strathspey)

Side 2.10: "Lord McDonald's Reel" (reel)

Side 2.11: Unknown reel

Side 2.12: "Devil's Dream" (reel)

Side 2.13: "Flowers of Edinburgh" (reel)

Side 2.14: "Flowers of Edinburgh" (reel)

Willie Clancy, tin whistle and uilleann pipes. Malbay, County Clare. September 1971.

Side 2.15: "The Geese in the Bog" or "The One-Horned Cow" (jig)

Side 2.16: "The Jolly Tinker" (reel)

Side 2.17: "The Sligo Maid" (reel)

Side 2.18: "Slieve naMon" (air)

Side 2.19: "Garrett Barry's Favorite" (jig)

Side 2.20: "The Dark Woman of the Glen" (air)

Side 2.21: "The Legacy" (jig)

Side 2.22: 2 unknown reels

Side 2.23: "The Twisting of the Rope" (air)

Side 2.24: Unknown jig

Side 2.25: "Leitrim Jig" (jig)

Side 2.26: Unknown and "Rakish Paddy" (reels)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9664

T. Standeven, tin whistle and fiddle, Haddonfield, New Jersey. February 1972. John Vesey, Glenolden, Pennsylvania. Jehile Kirkhuff, Rush, Pennsylvania. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/9664

1/4" Open Reel Audio

T. Standeven, tin whistle and fiddle. Haddonfield, New Jersey. February 1972.

Side 1.1: T. Standeven, tin whistle instruction.

John Vesey. Glenolden, Pennsylvania

Side 2.1: "Bridey Morley's," "Thorn Bush," "Halfpenny Reel," amd "Limestone"

Side 2.2: "March Tune," "Maid on the Green," and "Three Little Drummers" (jig)

Side 2.3: "Swallow's Tail Reel," "Traveller's Reel," "Sligo Reel," and "A Martin Wynne Reel" (reels)

Side 2.4: "The Humours of Lissade" and "Sweeney's Dream" (reels)

Side 2.5: "Doctor Gilbert" and "Queen of May" (reels)

Side 2.6: "Bunker Hill" and "Hard Road to Travel" (reels)

Side 2.7: "Jackson's Reel"

Jehile Kerchoff. Rush, Pennsylvania

Side 2.8: "8th of January"

Side 2.9: "Golden Slippers"

Side 2.10: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.11: "Devil's Dream"

Side 2.12: "The Maid Behind the Bar" and "Green Mountain"

Side 2.13: "Whistling Rufus"

Side 2.14: "The Girl I Left Behind Me"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9668

John Vesey. Glenolden, Pennsylvania. Spring 1972. Ann Sheehy. Lixnaw, County Kerry. Tom Standeven. Haddonfield, New Jersey. Spring 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/9668

1/4" Open Reel Audio

John Vesey. Glenolden, Pennsylvania. Spring 1972.

Side 1.1: "Duke of Leinster Reel"

Side 1.2: "From Sean McGuire"

Side 1.3: "Rakish Paddy Reel"

Side 1.4: "Reel of Dodge" and "The Tramp"

Ann Sheehy. Lixnaw, County Kerry.

Side 1.5: Gilbert Clancy's Reel

Side 1.6: "Fling"

Side 1.7: "Callaghan's Hornpipe"

Side 1.8: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.9: "Banish Misfortune" and Unknown jig

Side 1.10: Unknown reel and "Lord Gordon and Lady Gordon's Reel"

John Vesey. Glenolden, Pennsylvania.

Side 1.11: "The Enchanted Land Reel" and "The Holy Land Reel"

Side 1.12: "The Swallow's Tail Reel"

Side 1.13: "Three Little Drummer's Jig"

Side 1.14: "The Fair-Haired Boy" and "The Pipe on the Hob"

Side 1.15: "The Joy of my Life"

Side 1.16: "Guiry's Fancy"

Side 1.17: "Templehouse Reel"

Side 1.18: "Collier's Reel"

Side 1.19: "The Maid of Mount Kisco Reel" and "The Bush Reel"

Side 1.20: "Drowsy Maggie" and "Toss the Feathers"

Side 1.21: "The Bucks of Oranmore Reel"

Tom Standeven. Haddonfield, New Jersey. Spring 1972.

Side 2.1: Fiddle Tips

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7108

John Kelly. Dublin. 31 July 1972. Paddy Glacken. Dublin. 2 August 1972. Tony Smith. 3 August 1972. (#1 of series) #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7108

Audiocassette

Same content as FT-20035/272

John Kelly. Dublin. 31 July 1972.

Side 1.1: "Kerry Jig" and "The Southwest Wind"

Side 1.2: Unknown and "Apples in Winter"

Side 1.3: "Morrison's Jig" and "The Rose of Loch Gill"

Side 1.4: "Sixpenny Money"

Side 1.5: on record ["The Moveen Reel"]

Side 1.6: #214 in book ["Mikey Callaghan's Jig"]

Side 1.7: "Humours of Castlefinn"

Side 1.8: "The Kerryman's Daughter" and "The Bird in the Tree"

Side 1.9: "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and "The Lady on the Island"

Side 1.10: "Sligo Maid" and "The Boy's Knock"

Side 1.11: "Clare-Kerry Jig"

Side 1.12: "Tommy Hill's Hornpipe"

Side 1.13: "Lucy Campbell"

Side 1.14: "The Gooseberry Bush"

Side 1.15: "Paddy Ryan's Dream"

Side 1.16: Unknown

Side 1.17: "Trip to the Cottage"

Side 1.18: "Tell Her I Am"

Side 1.19: "Morning Dew"

Paddy Glacken. Dublin. 2 August 1972.

Side 1.20: "The Maid Behind the Bar" and "The Morning Dew"

Side 1.21: "Sgt Early's Dream"

Side 1.22: Unknown

Side 1.23: "John McKenna's Reels"

Side 1.24: 2 Unknown songs

Side 1.25: Unknown and "The Kid on the Mountain"

Side 1.26: "Apples in Winter" and unknown

Side 2.1: "Bobby Casey's Reels"

Side 2.2: 2 Unknown songs

Side 2.3: "The Pullet Wants Cock"

Side 2.4: Unknown jig

Tony Smith. 3 August 1972.

Side 2.5: 2 unknown songs

Side 2.6: "Longford Collector" and "Sailor's Bonnet"

Side 2.7: "Sligo Maid" and "Peeler's Cap"

Side 2.8: "Reevy's Reel," "Fahy's Reel," and "Green Mountain"

Side 2.9: "Oak Tree"

Side 2.10: "New Policeman"

Side 2.11: "George White's Favorite" and "The Woman of the House"

Side 2.12: 2 unknown jigs

Side 2.13: "Bill Harte's Jig" and unknown

Side 2.14: "Leitrim Jig" and two unknown songs

Side 2.15: #5 in book ["Wicky Sears"]

Side 2.16: #58 ["Paddy McFadden's"]

Side 2.17: 2 unknown single jigs

Side 2.18: 2 unknown slip jigs

Side 2.19: "Fox Hunter's Chase"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7109

C.C.E. Tape, D. Murphy. (#2 of series) [2 August 1972]. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7109

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7110

Denis Murphy. Ann Sheehy. Tommy Peoples. (#3 of series) [2 August 1972]. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7110

Audiocassette

Denis Murphy.

Side 1.1: "Salamanca Reel"

Side 1.2: 2 polkas

Side 1.3: Unknown polkas

Side 1.4: Unknown polkas

Side 1.5: Unknown polkas

Side 1.6: "Homebrew Hornpipe"

Side 1.7: "Kennedy's Reel" and "The Woman of the House"

Side 1.8: "Morrisson's Jig"

Side 1.9: "Tom Billy's Jig"

Side 1.10: "Merrily Kiss the Quaker"

Side 1.11: "Kerry Slides"

Side 1.12: "Kiss the Maid Behind the Bar"

Side 1.13: "Lonesome Jig"

Side 1.14: "Lament for O'Sullivan"

Side 1.15: "Lament of O'Neill"

Side 1.16: "The Blackbird"

Side 1.17: "Johnny Cope"

Side 1.18: "Frieze Britches"

Side 1.19: "Mulvihill's Reels"

Side 1.20: "The Frisco Hornpipe"

Side 1.21: "Is it the Priest You Want?" and "Tell Her I Am"

Ann Sheehy.

Side 2.1: "The Castle Jig"

Side 2.2: "The Battering Ram"

Side 2.3: "Leitrim Jig"

Side 2.4: "The Legacy"

Side 2.5: "Morisson's Jig"

Side 2.6: "Paddy Taylor's Jig"

Side 2.7: "The Humours of Ballyloughlin"

Side 2.8: "Billy Clifford's Hornpipe"

Side 2.9: "The Fairy Hornpipe"

Side 2.10: "Cronin's Hornpipe"

Side 2.11: "Dublin Reel"

Side 2.12: "Mike Russell's Reel"

Side 2.13: "Drowsy Maggie"

Side 2.14: "The Copper Plate"

Side 2.15: "Rakish Paddy"

Side 2.16: "The Bonnie Bunch of Roses"

Side 2.17: "Lament for Limerick"

Side 2.18: "Lament for O'Donnell"

Side 2.19: "Castle Jig"

Side 2.20: "The Battering Ram"

Side 2.21: "Copper Plate"

Side 2.22: "Rakish Paddy"

Tommy Peoples.

Side 2.23: "Cailleachan Tuirne" (#1)

Side 2.24: "Plearaca Na Ceise" (#2)

Side 2.25: "The Stolen Purse" (#7)

Side 2.26: "Piercing the Leather" (#6)

Side 2.27: "The Catholic Boy" (#9)

Side 2.28: "Ard an Bhothar" (#18)

Side 2.29: "Did You See My Man Looking For Me?" (#21)

Side 2.30: "Port Shean t Seain" (#22)

Side 2.31: "The Humours of the Whiskey" (#66)

Side 2.32: "The Humours of Derry Croisnane" (#64)

Side 2.33: Unknown slip jig

Side 2.34: Unknown slip jig

Side 2.35: "The Maid Behind the Bar"

Side 2.36: "The Chattering Magpie" (#77)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7111

Tommy Peoples. Michael Russell. (#4 in series) [2 August 1972]. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7111

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7112

P. Canny, Willy Clancy, P. O'Loughlin, Junior Crehan. (#5 in series) [August 1972]. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7112

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/272

John Kelly, fiddle. Dublin. Paddy Glacken, fiddle. Dublin. 2 August 1972. Tony Smith, fiddle. Dublin. 3 August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/272

1/4" Open Reel Audio

John Kelly, fiddle. Dublin.

Side 1.1: "Kerry Jig" and "The Southwest Wind" (jigs)

Side 1.2: Unknown and "Apples in Winter" (jigs)

Side 1.3: "Morrisson's Jig" and "The Rose of Loch Gill" (jigs)

Side 1.4: "Sixpenny Money" (jig)

Side 1.5: "The Moveen Reel" (reel)

Side 1.6: "Mikey Callaghan's Jig" (jig)

Side 1.7: "The Humours of Castlefinn" (reel)

Side 1.8: "The Kerryman's Daughter" and "The Bird in the Tree" (reels)

Side 1.9: "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and "The Lady on the Island" (reels)

Side 1.10: "The Sligo Maid" and "The Boy's Knock" or "The Pretty Girl from Mayo" (reels)

Side 1.11: "Clare-Kerry Jig" (jig)

Side 1.12: "Tommy Hill's Favorite" (hornpipe)

Side 1.13: "Lucy Campbell" (reel)

Side 1.14: "The Gooseberry Bush" (reel)

Side 1.15: "Paddy Ryan's Dream" and "Mama's Pet" (reels)

Side 1.16: Unknown

Side 1.17: "A Trip to the Cottage" (jig)

Side 1.18: "Tell Her I Am" (jig)

Side 1.19: "The Morning Dew" (reel)

Paddy Glacken, fiddle. Dublin. 2 August 1972.

Side 1.20: "The Maid Behind the Bar and The Morning Dew" (reels)

Side 1.21: "Sgt. Early's Dream" (reel)

Side 1.22: Unknown (reel)

Side 1.23: "John McKenna's Reels" (reels)

Side 1.24: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.25: Unknown and "The Kid on the Mountain" (slip jigs)

Side 1.26: "Apples in Winter" and unknown (jigs)

Side 2.1: "Bobby Casey's Reels" (reel)

Side 2.2: "Long Kesh Jig" and "Morrisson's Jig" (jigs)

Side 2.3: "The Pullet Wants Cock" (jig)

Side 2.4: "Arthur Darley's Jig" (jig)

Tony Smith, fiddle. Dublin. 3 August 1972.

Side 2.5: "Killarney Boys of Pleasure" and unknown (reels)

Side 2.6: "The Longford Collector" and "The Sailor's Bonnet" (reels)

Side 2.7: "The Sligo Maid" and "The Peeler's Cap" or "The Merry Blacksmith" (reels)

"Reevy's Reel,""Fahy's Reel," and "Green Mountain"

Side 2.9: "The Oak Tree" (reel)

Side 2.10: "The New Policeman" (reel)

Side 2.11: "George White's Favorite" or "The Lass of Carrowcastle" and "The Woman of the House" (reels)

Side 2.12: 2 unknown jigs

Side 2.13: "Bill Harte's Jig" and "Jimmy Ward's Jig" (jigs)

Side 2.14: "Old Leitrim Jig" and 2 unknown jigs

Side 2.15: "Wicky Sears" (jig)

Side 2.16: Paddy McFadden's (single jig)

Side 2.17: 2 unknown single jigs

Side 2.18: 3 unknown slip jigs

Side 2.19: Fox Hunter's Chase (reel)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/273

Tommy Peoples, fiddle. Kilfenora, County Clare. 14 August 1972. Michael Russell, tin whistle. Doolin, County Clare. 15 August 1972. Anne Sheehy, tin whistle. Lixnaw, County Kerry. 11 August 1972. Willie Clancy, tin whistle. Miltown Malbay, County Clare. 16 August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/273

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Tommy Peoples, fiddle. Kilfenora, County Clare. 14 August 1972.

Side 1.1: "The Maid at the Spinning Wheel" or "The Wild Irishman" (jig)

Side 1.2: "The Humours of Kesh" (jig)

Side 1.3: "The Stolen Purse" or "The Lark on the Strand" (jig)

Side 1.4: "Piercing the Leather" (jig)

Side 1.5: "The Catholic Boy" (jig)

Side 1.6: "Ard an Bhothair" (jig)

Side 1.7: "Did You See my Man Looking for Me?" (jig)

Side 1.8: "Port Shean tSeain" (jig)

Side 1.9: "The Humours of Whiskey" (slip jig)

Side 1.10: "Humours of Derrycrosnane" (slip jig)

Side 1.11: Unknown slip jig

Side 1.12: Unknown slip jig

Side 1.13: "The Maid Behind the Bar" or "Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrel" (reel)

Side 1.14: "The Chattering Magpie" (reel)

Side 1.15: "Colonel McRory" (reel)

Side 1.16: "Gilbert Clancy's Favorite" (reel)

Side 1.17: "Ah Surely" (reel)

Side 1.18: "The Smiles and Tears of Erin" (reel)

Side 1.19: "George White's Fancy of the Lass of Carrowcastle" (reel)

Side 1.20: "Kelly's Castle" (reel)

Side 1.21: "The Stone in the Field" (reel)

Side 1.22: "The Blackhaired Lass" or "The Dark Haired Girl" (reel)

Side 1.23: "The Corner House" (reel)

Side 1.24: "You're Right my Love" (reel)

Side 1.25: "Mulloy's Reel" (reel)

Side 1.26: "Crowley's Reel" (reel)

Side 1.27: "The Jolly Clamdiggers" (reel)

Side 1.28: "The Oak Tree" (reel)

Side 1.29: Unknown jig

Side 1.30: "Drowsy Maggie" (reel)

Side 1.31: Unknown reel

Side 1.32: Unknown reel

Side 1.33: Unknown hornpipe

Michael Russell, tin whistle. Doolin, County Clare. 15 August 1972.

Side 2.1: "The Brown Girl Sweet" (slow air)

Side 2.2: "Ned of the Hills" (slow air)

Side 2.3: "Homebrew Hornpipe" (hornpipe)

Side 2.4: "The First of May " (hornpipe)

Side 2.5: Unknown hornpipe

Anne Sheehy, tin whistle. Lixnaw, County Kerry. 11 August 1972.

Side 2.6: "The Castle Jig" (jig)

Side 2.7: "The Battering Ram" (jig)

Side 2.8: "The Leitrim Jig" or "Whelan's Jig" (jig)

Side 2.9: "The Legacy" (jig)

Side 2.10: "Morrison's Jig" (jig)

Side 2.11: "Paddy Taylor's" (jig)

Side 2.12: "The Humours of Ballyloughlin" (jig)

Side 2.13: "Billy Clifford's" (hornpipe)

Side 2.14: "The Fairy Hornpipe" (hornpipe)

Side 2.15: "Cronin's" (hornpipe)

Side 2.16: "The Dublin Reel" (reel)

Side 2.17: "Michael Russell's" (reel)

Side 2.18: "Drowsy Maggie" (reel)

Side 2.19: "The Copper Plate" (reel)

Side 2.20: "Rakish Paddy" (reel)

Side 2.21: "The Bonny Bunch of Rushes" (slow air)

Side 2.22: "Lament for Limerick" (slow air)

Side 2.23: "Lament for O'Donnell" (slow air)

Willie Clancy, tin whistle. Miltown Malbay, County Clare. 16 August 1972.

Side 2.24: "The Battle of Cath Caum" (slow air)

Side 2.25: "Old Donegal" (slow air)

Side 2.26: "The Cause of my Sorrow" (slow air)

Side 2.27: "The Black Rogue" (jig)

Side 2.28: "The Rambling Pitchfork" (jig)

Side 2.29: "Banish Misfortune" (jig)

Side 2.30: Unknown reel

Side 2.31: Unknown reel

Side 2.32: "The Rainy Day" (reel)

Side 2.33: "The Kerry Reel" or "The Green Banks of Rossbeigh" (reel)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/274

Denis Murphy, fiddle. Gneevguillia, County Kerry. 9 August 1972. Fred Finn, fiddle. Killavil, County Sligo. 21 August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/274

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Denis Murphy, fiddle. Gneevguillia, County Kerry. 9 August 1972.

Side 1.1: "The Mountain Road" and "The Doon Reel" (reels)

Side 1.2: "The Green Banks of Rossbeigh" or "The Kerry Reel" and "Colonel Fraser" (reels)

Side 1.3: "Apples in Winter" (jig)

Side 1.4: "Hickey's Reel" (reel)

Side 1.5: "The Munster Jig" (jig)

Side 1.6: "The Old Gray Goose" (jig)

Side 1.7: "The Queen of May" (reel)

Side 1.8: 2 unknown slides

Side 1.9: "Salamanca Reel" (reel)

Side 1.10: 2 unknown polkas

Side 1.11: Unknown polka

Side 1.12: 2 unknown polkas

Side 1.13: 2 unknown polkas

Side 1.14: "Homebrew Hornpipe" (hornpipe)

Side 1.15: "Kennedy's Reel" and "The Woman of the House" (reel)

Side 1.16: "Morrison's Jig" (jig)

Side 1.17: "Tom Billy's Jig" (jig)

Side 1.18: "Merrily Kiss the Quaker" and unknown (slides)

Side 1.19: 2 unknown slides

Side 1.20: "Kiss the Maid Behind the Bar" (reel)

Side 1.21: "The Lonesome Jig" (jig)

Side 1.22: "Lament for O'Sullivan" (slow air)

Side 1.23: "Lament of O'Neill" (slow air)

Side 1.24: "The Blackbird" (long dance)

Side 2.1: "Johnny Cope" (reel)

Side 2.2: "Frieze Britches" (jig)

Side 2.3: "Mulvihill's Reels" (reels)

Side 2.4: "The Frisco Hornpipe" (hornpipe)

Side 2.5: "Is it the Priest You Want?" and "Tell Her I Am" (jigs)

Fred Finn, fiddle. Killavil, County Sligo. 21 August 1972.

Side 2.6: "Providence Reel" (reel)

Side 2.7: "Sean Ryan's Reel" (reel)

Side 2.8: "Killavil Reel" (reel)

Side 2.9: "Tom Steele's" (reel)

Side 2.10: "Jennie's Chickens" (reel)

Side 2.11: "The Cat in the Can" (reel)

Side 2.12: "Jackie Coleman's Reel" (reel)

Side 2.13: "The Limestone Rock" (reel)

Side 2.14: Unknown jig

Side 2.15: "Killavil Jig" and unknown (jigs)

Side 2.16: "Bridey Morley's Reel" (reel)

Side 2.17: "The Boys of Ballysadare" and unknown (reels)

Side 2.18: "Music in the Glen" (reel)

Side 2.19: "Mulvihill's" and "Mama's Pet" (reels)

Side 2.20: 2 of Martin Wynne's reels (reels)

Side 2.21: "The Buck in the Wood" (jig)

Side 2.22: "Captain Rock" (reel)

Side 2.23: "The Tap Room" (reel)

Side 2.24: Unknown reel

Side 2.25: "The Humours of Lissadel" (reel)

Side 2.26: "The Kid on the Mountain" (slip jig)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/275

Peter O'Loughlin, fiddle. Kilmaley, County Clare. 17 August 1972. Junior Crehan, fiddle. Quilty, County Clare. 17 August 1972. Paddy Canny, fiddle. Tulla, County Clare. 15 August 1972. Paddy Fahy, fiddle. Aughrim, County Galway. 21 August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/275

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Peter O'Loughlin, fiddle. Kilmaley, County Clare.

Side 1.1: "The College Grove" and "The Dairy Maid" (reels)

Side 1.2: "Jennie's Welcome to Charley" (reel)

Side 1.3: "The Bunch of Green Rushes" (reel)

Side 1.4: "Spike Island Lassies" (reel)

Side 1.5: "Toss the Feathers" (reel)

Side 1.6: "Garrett Barry" (jig)

Side 1.7: "The Lads of Laois" (reel)

Side 1.8: "Banish Misfortune" (jig)

Side 1.9: "Bunker Hill" (reel)

Side 1.10: Unknown reel

Side 1.11: "Mother's Delight" (reel)

Side 1.12: "Dowd's Reel" (reel)

Junior Crehan, fiddle. Quilty, County Clare. 17 August 1972.

Side 1.13: "The Clare Jig" and "The First Jig" (jigs)

Side 1.14: "The Rookery" (single jig)

Side 1.15: Unknown single jig

Side 1.16: "The Geese in the Bog" (jig)

Side 1.17: Story About a Leprechaun

Side 1.18: Untitled--Composed by Junior Crehan (jig)

Side 1.19: Story About Seeing the Fairies

Side 1.20: "The Connachtman's Rambles" (jig)

Side 1.21: "Tatter Jack Walsh" and "Banish Misfortune" (jigs)

Side 1.22: "The Humours of Donnybrook" (jig)

Side 1.23: "The Lonesome Jig" (jig)

Side 1.24: Untitled--Composed by Junior Crehan (jig)

Side 1.25: "Pigeon on the Gate Reel" and "Toss the Feathers" (reels)

Side 1.26: "Toss the Feathers-Clare Version" (reel)

Side 1.27: "The Stack of Oats" and "The Stream of the Cats" (hornpipes)

Side 1.28: "Murrihy's Hornpipe" and "The Stack of Wheat" (hornpipes)

Side 2.1: "Scully Casey's" (hornpipe)

Side 2.2: "Peg in the Settle Bed" or "Whelan's" (jig)

Paddy Canny, fiddle. Tulla, County Clare. 15 August 1972.

Side 2.3: Unknown jig

Side 2.4: Unknown jig

Side 2.5: "The Cliffs of Moher" (jig)

Side 2.6: "Apples in Winter" (jig)

Side 2.7: Unknown jig

Side 2.8: "Repeal of the Union" (reel)

Side 2.9: "The Bunch of Green Rushes" (reel)

Side 2.10: "Garrett Barry's" (jig)

Side 2.11: Unknown jig

Side 2.12: Unknown jig

Side 2.13: "Mullingar Lee" and "The Star of Munster" (reels)

Side 2.14: "The Silver Spear" (reel)

Side 2.15: "The Tulla Reel" or "Humours of Tulla" (reel)

Side 2.16: "The Rose of Loch Gill" (jig)

Side 2.17: "The Pigeon on the Gate" (reel)

Side 2.18: "Morrison's Jig" (jig)

Paddy Fahy, fiddle. Aughrim, County Galway. 21 August 1972.

Side 2.19: Untitled--Composed by Paddy Fahy (jig)

Side 2.20: "The Irish Washerwoman" (jig)

Side 2.21: 2 Untitled songs--Composed by Paddy Fahy (reels)

Side 2.22: "The Ewe Reel" (reel)

Side 2.23: Unknown reel

Side 2.24: Unknown reel

Side 2.25: Untitled--Composed by Paddy Fahy (reel)

Side 2.26: "The Rambles of Kitty" (jig)

Side 2.27: "The Rakes of Kildare" (jig)

Side 2.28: Untitled--Composed by Paddy Fahy (reel)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/276

Joe Ryan, fiddle. Cooper Hill, County Meath. 31 August 1972. James Kelly, fiddle. Dublin. 6 September 1972. Tom Daly, fiddle. Dunquin, County Kerry. 23 August 1972. Sean Keane, fiddle. Dublin. 2 September 1972. Sean de Hora, Gaelic singing. Dunquin, County Kerry. 23 August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/276

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Joe Ryan, fiddle. Cooper Hill, County Meath. 31 August 1972.

Side 1.1: "The Heather Breeze" (reel)

Side 1.2: "The Boyne Hunt" and "Rolling in the Ryegrass" (reels)

Side 1.3: "Jennie's Wedding" and "The Cameronian" (reels)

Side 1.4: "The Star of Munster" (reel)

Side 1.5: "The Jolly Tinker" (reel)

Side 1.6: "The First House in Connacht" (reel)

Side 1.7: "The Bag of Potatoes" (reel)

Side 1.8: "The Copper Plate" (reel)

Side 1.9: "The Boy in the Gap" (reel)

Side 1.10: "The Sally Gardens" (reel)

Side 1.11: Unknown and "The Frost Is All Over" (jigs)

Side 1.12: Unknown jig

Side 1.13: "Banish Misfortune" (jig)

Side 1.14: "Chief O'Neill's," "The Cork Hornpipe," and "The Boys of Bluehill"

Side 1.15: "Princess Royal" and "The Ace and Deuce of Piping" (set dances)

Side 1.16: "Faral Gara" and Reel Composed by Martin Wynne (reels)

James Kelly, fiddle. Dublin. 6 September 1972.

Side 1.17: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.18: Unknown reel

Side 1.19: "The Tempest" (reel)

Side 1.20: "Morrison's" and "The Rose of Loch Gill" (jigs)

Side 1.21: "The Foxhunter's" (reel)

Side 1.22: "The Boy in the Gap" (reel)

Side 1.23: "Lord McDonald's" and unknown (reels)

Tom Daly, fiddle. Dunquin, County Kerry. 23 August 1972.

Side 1.24: Unknown slow air

Side 1.25: Unknown jig

Side 1.26: Unknown slow air

Side 1.27: Unknown slow air

Side 1.28: "The Three Sea Captains" (jig)

Sean Keane, fiddle. Dublin. 2 September 1972.

Side 2.1: "The Killavil Jig" or "The Sligo Jig" (jig)

Side 2.2: "Jimmy Ward's" (jig)

Side 2.3: "The Duke of Leinster" (reel)

Side 2.4: "Miss Mcleod's Reel" (reel)

Side 2.5: "Jackson's Morning Brush" (jig)

Side 2.6: "Dowd's #9" (reel)

Side 2.7: "The Swallow's Tail" (reel)

Side 2.8: "The Lark in the Morning" (jig)

Side 2.9: "The Duke of Leinster's Wife" (reel)

Side 2.10: "The Sligo Maid" (reel)

Side 2.11: "Banish Misfortune" (jig)

Side 2.12: "The Musical Priest" (reel)

Side 2.13: Unknown reel

Side 2.14: "The Bucks of Oranmore" (reel)

Side 2.15: "Farewell to Erin" and "Ships are Sailing" (reels)

Sean de Hora, Gaelic singing. Dunquin, County Kerry. 23 August 1972.

Side 2.16: Unknown slow air

Side 2.17: Unknown slow air

Side 2.18: Unknown slow air

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9657

Julia Clifford, fiddle, and Billy Clifford, flute. County Tipperary. Brendan McGlinchy. County Armagh. Bridge Cheilidh Band. Mary Bergin, tinwhistle. Dublin. [1972?] #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FT-20035/9657

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Julia Clifford, fiddle, and Billy Clifford, flute. County Tipperary.

Side 1.1: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.2: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.3: Unknown reel

Side 1.4: Unknown jig

Side 1.5: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.6: "Crooked Road to Dublin" and "Clare Reel"

Side 1.7: "Blue Ribbon Polka" and "Machine Polka"

Side 1.8: Unknown jig

Side 1.9: Unknown jig

Side 1.10: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.11: Unknown reel

Brendan McGlinchy. County Armagh.

Side 1.12: "McKenna's Reels"

Side 1.13: Unknown reel

Side 1.14: Unknown reel

Side 1.15: "The Boys of Laois" (reel)

Side 1.16: Unknown and "Toss the Feathers" (reels)

Side 1.17: Unknown and "Queen Anne" (reels)

Side 1.18: Unknown reel

Side 1.19: Unknown reel

Side 1.20: Unknown reel

Side 1.21: "Grafspee" (reel)

Side 1.22: "Lord Gordon's" (reel)

Side 1.23: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.24: "Morning Dew" (reel)

Side 1.25: Unknown and "Greenfields of America" (reels)

Side 1.26: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.27: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.28: 2 unknown reels

Bridge Cheilidh Band.

Side 1.29: 3 unknown reels

Side 1.30: 3 unknown jigs

Mary Bergin, tinwhistle. Dublin.

Side 1.31: Unknown reel

Side 1.32: 2 unknown reels

Side 1.33: 2 unknown reels

Side 2.1: Unknown slow air

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7113

Vesey and Standeven, September 1973. Bro Chanice, John Vesey Trio, April 1974. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7113

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7130

: Radio show, John Vesey Trio, April 1974 and 12 May 1974. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7130

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7114

T. Standeven, C. Fahy, 12 May 1974. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7114

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7115

Aly Bain and Cathal McConnell, 22 October 1974. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7115

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7116

John Doherty, Dublin session. Tom Anderson, demonstration. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7116

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7117

Junior Crehan, Fred Finn, Paddy Fahy, Tom Daly, Sean De Hora, Joe Ryan. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7117

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7118

C. Fahy, tin whistle. Harvey Ellington. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7118

Audiocassette

C. Fahy, tin whistle.

Side 1.1: "Cow that ate ???"

Side 1.2: "Girls from County Mayo"

Side 1.3: "The Morning Star"

Side 1.4: "The Pipe on the Hob"

Side 1.5: "The Pipe on the Hob"

Side 1.6: Unknown

Side 1.7: Unknown

Side 1.8: "Lament for Brion Boru"

Side 1.9: "Bank of Ireland"

Harvey Ellington.

Side 2.1: "Sweet Georgia Brown"

Side 2.2: "Leaving Home"

Side 2.3: "San Antonio Rose"

Side 2.4: "Wabash Blues"

Side 2.5: "Who's Sorry Now?"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7119

D. Crowder. Malcolm. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7119

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7120

Malcolm. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7120

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7121

Tony Smith. Willie Clancy. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7121

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7122

"Nikel Campbell." #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7122

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7123

"B. Mulvihill." #20035, Subseries: "1.1.1. Field Recordings, 1971-1972, 1974." FS-20035/7123

Audiocassette

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings.

15 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical from 78 rpm recordings owned by Frank George, then alphabetical by first artist listed.

Most of these dubbed recordings were originally owned by Frank George. Paddy Cronin, Packie Dolan and his Melody Boys, and Tommy Peoples are some of the musicians included in this section. Publication information for many of these recordings is available in the additional documentation for this collection.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11852

Paddy Cronin, The House in the Glen. Leader Lea, Music from the Coleman Country. Leo Rowsome (from Frank George). Leo Rowsome, uillean pipes. Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11852

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Paddy Cronin, The House in the Glen.

Side 1.1: "Jerry Beaver's Hat," "Rose in the Heather," and "McGuire's" (jigs)

Side 1.2: "Boys of Ballysadare" and "Longford Collector" (reels)

Side 1.3: "Paddy Stack's Favorite" and "Apples in Winter" (jigs)

Side 1.4: "New Century" and "Joe Burke's" (hornpipes)

Side 1.5: "Clifford's" and "O'Leary's" (slides)

Side 1.6: "Paddy Ryan's Dream" and "Queen of May" (reels)

Side 1.7: "House in the Glen" and "Lark in the Boy" (jigs)

Side 1.8: "The Reel of Bogie" and "Kerry Reel" (reels)

Side 1.9: "Dock and Keys of Galway" and "Hag with the Money" (jigs)

Side 1.10: "McDonough's" (hornpipe)

Side 1.11: "Gneeveguilla" and "The Quarry Cross" (polkas)

Side 1.12: "The Munster" and "The Trip to Killarney" (jigs)

Side 1.13: "The Shaskeen" and "The Bag of Potatoes" (reels)

Leader Lea, Music from the Coleman Country.

Side 1.14: "O'Rourke's" and "The Wild Irishman" (reels)

Side 1.15: "The Laurel Tree" (reel)

Side 1.16: "The Black Thorn Stick" (reel)

Side 1.17: "Willie Coleman's" and "Brendan Tone Rowe's #2" (jigs)

Side 1.18: "The Musical Priest" (reel)

Side 1.19: "Trim the Velvet" (reel)

Side 1.20: "The Cuckoo" (reel)

Side 1.21: "The Boys of the Lough" and "The Devils of Dublin" (reels)

Side 1.22: "The Wise Maid" (reel)

Side 1.23: "Strike the Gay Harp" and "Loug Gowna" (jigs)

Side 1.24: "Lord Gordon's Reel"

Side 1.25: "The Fox Chase" (reel)

Side 1.26: "Killavil," "The Lilting Banshee," and "The Kid on the Mountain"

Side 1.27: "Miss McLeod's" (reel)

Side 1.28: "Michael Riley's" and "Martin Wynne's #2" (reels)

Leo Rowsome (from Frank George).

Side 1.29: "The Maid Behind the Bar" and "Touch Me If You Dare" (reels)

Side 1.30: "Top of the Cork Road" and "Irish Washerwoman" (jigs)

Side 1.31: "Annie Laurie" and "A Hundred Pipers" (Scottish medley)

Side 1.32: "Who Fears to Speak of '98" and "Legion of the Rear Guard" (marches)

Side 1.33: "Liverpool" and "The Cuckoo's Nest" (hornpipes)

Leo Rowsome, uillean pipes.

Side 2.1 "Bonnie Kate," "Miss Monaghan's Blackberry Blossom," "Miss McLeod's Reel" (reels)

Side 2.2: Medley of Jigs

Side 2.3: "The Blackbird" (set)

Side 2.4: "Saint Patrick's Day" (set)

Side 2.5: "Boolauoque" and "The Ould Bog Road" (airs)

Side 2.6: "The Boys of Wexford" and "Kelly of Killan" (marches)

Side 2.7: "Boys of the Lough" and "Green Mountain" (reels)

Side 2.8: "Jackson's Morning Brush" and "The Clare Jig" (jigs)

Side 2.9: "Byrnes" and "Kiltinane" (hornpipes)

Side 2.10: "The Primrose Lass" and "Ivyleaf" (reels)

Side 2.11: "The Broken Pledge" and "Miss Thornton's Reel" (reels)

Side 2.12: "The Gallow Glass" and "The Girl at the Spinning Wheel" (jigs)

Side 2.13: "The Bantry" and "The Plains of Boyle" (hornpipes)

Side 2.14: "Collier's" and "The Sligo Maid" (reels)

Side 2.15: "Big Pat's Reel" and "Swallow's Tail" (reels)

Side 2.16: "Drops of Brandy" and "Barny Brannigan" (slip jigs)

Side 2.17: "Gillian's Apples" and "The Maid of Tramore" (jigs)

Side 2.18: "The Bunch of Keys" and "Buckley's Fancy" (reels)

Side 2.19: "Independent" and "The Star" (hornpipes)

Side 2.20: "Jockey at the Fair"

Side 2.21: "George White's Favorite" and "Colonel Frazer" (reels)

Side 2.22: "The Boy in the Boat" and "The Morning Dew" (reels)

Side 2.23: "Brian O'Lynn" and "The Newly Married Couple" (jigs)

Side 2.24: "My Darling Asleep" and "The Tongue's By the Fire" (jigs)

Liam Walsh, uilleann pipes.

Side 2.25: "Stack of Barley" (set)

Side 2.26: "The New Demesne" (reel)

Side 2.27: "The Bucks of Oranmore" (reel)

Side 2.28: "The Blackbird" (set dance)

Side 2.29: "The Scholar" and "Salamanca" (reels)

Side 2.30: "Alexander's" and "O'Higgins" (hornpipes)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/279

Packie Dolan and his Melody Boys, fiddle, tin whistle, and spoons. John Howard, fiddle. Charles McDonough, fiddle. Danny O'Donnell, fiddle. Honeyman's Fiddlers. Neil O'Boyle, fiddle. Frank O'Higgins, fiddle (all from Frank George). #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/279

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Packie Dolan and his Melody Boys, fiddle, tin whistle, and spoons.

Side 1.1: "Fitzmaurice's Flight" (reel)

Side 1.2: "The Grove" (hornpipe)

John Howard, fiddle.

Side 1.3: "Humours of Glendart" and "Haste to the Wedding" (jigs)

Side 1.4: "Toss the Feathers" and "Callan Lasses" (reels)

Side 1.5: "Three Captains" and "Humours of Bandon" (jigs)

Side 1.6: "The Mountain Lark" and "The Traveler" (reels)

Side 1.7: "Flowers of Spring" and "Honeysuckle" (hornpipes)

Side 1.8: "Jennie's Wedding" and "The Copper Plate" (reels)

Side 1.9: "Ballintra Lass" and "Sheehan's" (reels)

Side 1.10: "Humours of Castle Bernard" and "The Pewter Mug" (hornpipes)

Charles McDonough, fiddle.

Side 1.11: "Liverpool Hornpipe" and "The Red-Haired Boy" (hornpipes)

Danny O'Donnell, fiddle.

Side 1.12: "Tenpenny Bit," "Shandon Bells," and "Boys of the Town" (jugs)

Side 1.13: "Mullingar Races" and "Drowsy Maggie" (reels)

Side 1.14 "Garden of Daisies," "The Blackbird," and "A Jon of Jounreywork" (set dances)

Side 1.15: "The Slievenamon" and "The Cuckoo" (hornpipes)

Side 2.1: "The Barmaid," "Charming Katy," and "The Moving Bog" (reels)

Side 2.2: "The Cobbler," "Close to the Floor," and "The Rambling Pitchfork" (jigs)

Honeyman's Fiddlers.

Side 2.3: "Loch Katrine" (march), "Miss Lyall" (strathspey), and "Loch Leven" (reel)

Side 2.4: "Bonnie Ann" (march), "Job Johnson" (strathspey), and "Bob Johnson" (reel)

Neil O'Boyle, fiddle.

Side 2.5: "Harvest Home" (hornpipe) and "Green Mountain" (reel)

Side 2.6: "Haste to the Wedding" and "Over the Hills" (jigs)

Side 2.7: "The Pigeon on the Gate" and "Jennie Picking Cockles" (reels)

Side 2.8: "Biddy of Sligo" and "Connacht Man's Ramble" (jigs)

Frank O'Higgins, fiddle.

Side 2.9: "The Cuckoo's Nest" and "Cronin's Rambles" (hornpipes)

Side 2.10: "The Pigeon on the Gate," "Fermoy Lasses," and "Humours of Castlefinn" (reels)

Side 2.11: "Farewell to Erin," "Irish Molly," and "The Flogging Reel"

Side 2.12: "The Maid at the Spinning Wheel" and "Do You Want Any More?" (jigs)

Side 2.13: "The Ace and Deuce of Piping" and "The King of the Fairies" (set dances)

Side 2.14: "The Beauty Spot," "Colonel Fraser," and "Drowsy Maggie" (reels)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/280

Frank O'Higgins, fiddle. Paddy Cronin, fiddle. George Stell, fiddle (all from Frank George). #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/280

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Frank O'Higgins, fiddle.

Side 1.1: "Kitty's Gone A-Milking," "The Dogs Among the Bushes," and "The Merry Sisters" (reels)

Side 1.2: "Humours of Drinagh," "Visit to Ireland," and "Gallowglass" (jigs)

Paddy Cronin, fiddle.

Side 1.3: "The Doon" and "Quinn's" (reels)

Side 1.4: "Con McCarthy's Favorite" and "The Killarney Wonder" (hornpipes)

Side 1.5: "The Doon #2", and "O'Callaghan's" (reels)

Side 1.6: "Cronin's" and "Fitzgerald's" (hornpipes)

Side 1.7: "The Mountain Top" and "The Galtee Mountains" (reels)

Side 1.8: "Byron's" and "Delahunty's" (hornpipes)

Side 1.9: "Gorman's" and "The Pretty Girls of the Village" (reels)

Side 1.10: "O'Keefe's" and "The Rights of Man" (hornpipes)

Side 1.11: "Flax in Bloom," "The Millstone," and "The Dariymaid" (reels)

Side 1.12: "Rakish Paddy" and "Wheels of the World" (reels)

Side 1.13: "Templehouse" and "Duke of Leinster" (reels)

Side 1.14: "The Boys of the Town" and "The Hag with the Money" (jigs)

George Stell, fiddle.

Side 1.15: "Miss McLeod's" (reel), "Faral O'Gara" (reel), "Irish Washerwoman" (jig), "Spitfire Reel" (reel), and "Paddy Whack" (jig)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11835

Felix Doran. Michael Grogan, accordion, and John Howard, violin. Tom Morrison, flute, and John Reynolds, tambourine. Various Irish penny whistle tracks. Various fiddle and pipes tracks. Irish Dance Music, various artists. Old Time Fiddle Tunes, Jean Carignan. The Riendeau Family (all from Frank George). #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11835

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Felix Doran.

Side 1.1: "Pigeon on the Gate" and "Congress" (reels)

Side 1.2: "Doran's Fancy" and "The Rambling Pitchfork" (jigs)

Michael Grogan, accordion, and John Howard, violin.

Side 1.3: "Drunken Tailor" and "Teetotaler" (reels)

Side 1.4: "Jerry's Beaver Hat" and "Widow Brady" (jigs)

Tom Morrison, flute, and John Reynolds, tambourine.

Side 1.5: "Dunmore Lassies," "Manchester," and "Castlebar Traveler" (reels)

Side 1.6: "Sweet Flowers of Miltown" and "Boys from Knock" (schottische)

Side 1.7: "The London Cloy" (hornpipe)

Side 1.8: "The Roscommon Reel" (reel)

Various Irish penny whistle tracks.

Side 1.9: "Lark in the Morning" and "Bill Harte's" (jigs)

Side 1.10: "Roisin Dubh" (air)

Side 1.11: "King of the Fairies" (step dance)

Side 1.12: "O'Brien's" and unknown (jigs)

Side 1.13: "Sweep's" (hornpipe)

Side 1.14: Unknown reel

Side 1.15: "Centenniary" and "Hines" (march)

Side 1.16: "Boolavogue" (air)

Side 1.17: "The Gooseberry Bush," "The Maid Behind the Bar," and "Cooley's #3" (reels)

Side 1.18: "Madame Bonaparte" (set dance)

Side 1.19: "The Skylark" and "Roaring Mary" (reels)

Side 1.20: Unknown slow air

Various fiddle and pipes tracks.

Side 1.21: Unknown and "Sligo Maid" (reels)

Side 1.22: "Banish Misfortune" and "Lark in the Morning" (jigs)

Side 1.23: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.24: Unknown

Side 1.25: "The Blackbird" (set dance)

Side 1.26: Unknown jig

Side 1.27: Unknown reel

Side 1.28: Unknown reel

Side 1.29: Unknown jig

Side 1.30: Unknown jig

Side 1.31: Unknown hornpipe

Irish Dance Music, various artists.

Side 2.1: "Up and Away" and "Mary Girl" (polkas)

Side 2.2: "Spike Island" and "Dowd's Favourite" (reels)

Side 2.3: "Brian O'Lynn" and "The Rakes of Clonmel" (jigs)

Side 2.4: "The First of May" (hornpipe)

Side 2.5: "The Millpond" and "Mist on the Meadow" (jigs)

Side 2.6: "The Shaskean" and "The Green Blanket" (reels)

Side 2.7: "Dunmore Lassies," "The Manchester," and "The Castlebar Traveler" (reels)

Side 2.8: "The Carraroe" and "Lamberts" (jigs)

Side 2.9: "Johnny's Favourite" and "The Thrush in the Morning" (reels)

Side 2.10: "The Boys of Blue Hill" and "The Stack of Wheat" (hornpipes)

Side 2.11: "The Joy of My Life" and "The Banks of Lough Gowna" (jigs)

Side 2.12: "Jenny Picking Cockles," "Kitty in Lane," and "The Cottage Grove" (reels)

Side 2.13: "Ginger's Favourite" and "The Bogs of Allen" (jigs)

Side 2.14 "The Ash Plant," "The Merry Harriers," and "The Hut in the Bog" (reels)

Old Time Fiddle Tunes, Jean Carignan.

Side 2.15: "Traveler's Reel"

Side 2.16: "Medley of Haste to the Wedding"

Side 2.17: "Michael Coleman Medley"

Side 2.18: "Carpenter's Reel"

Side 2.19: "Winnipeg Reel"

Side 2.20: "G. Scott Skinner"

Side 2.21: "Indian Reel"

Side 2.22: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.23: "Blacksmith's Reel"

The Riendeau Family.

Side 2.24: "Pigeon on the Gate Post"

Side 2.25: "St Anne's Reel"

Side 2.26: "You Married My Daughter (And Yet You Didn't)"

Side 2.27: "White Mountain Reel"

Side 2.28: "Coin Du Ciel"

Side 2.29: "Grand Father's Reel"

Side 2.30: "Growling Old Man and Woman"

Side 2.31: "Raggedy Ann"

Side 2.32: "John McDonald's Reel"

Side 2.33: "Louie's First Tune"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7178

Martin Byrnes, Tulla Ceila Band, Willie Clancy, The Chieftans. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7178

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7124

Paddy Canny, P.J. Hayes, Peter O'Loughlin, Seamus Ennis, Willie Clancy, Sean O'Conaire, John Kelly. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7124

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7125

Willy Clancy, Michael Coleman, Seamus Ennis, Joe Heane, J.J. Gannon, Martin Byrnes. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7125

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9662

Irish Jigs and Reels, Michael Coleman. Sean Keane. Bobby Casey, Quilty, County Clare. John Kelly. Sean Ryan. Patrick Kelly, County Clare. Brendan McGlinchy, County Armagh. Tommy Peoples, Kilfenora, County Clare. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9662

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Recordings of Bobby Casey, Patrick Kelly, Brendan McGlinchy, and Tommy Peoples were probably done live, most likely in 1972.

Irish Jigs and Reels, Michael Coleman.

Side 1.1: "Crowley's Reels"

Side 1.2: "Paddy Clancy's Jig" and "A Trip to the Cottage"

Side 1.3: "Miss McLeod's Reel" and "Philip O'Beirne's Delight"

Side 1.4: "The Liffey Banks" and "The Shaskeen" (reels)

Side 1.5: "Murphy's H.P."

Side 1.6: "Cherish the Ladies" (jig)

Seán Keane.

Side 1.7: "The Oak Tree" (reel)

Side 1.8: "Jennie's Welcome to Charley" and "The Connaught Heifer" (reels)

Side 1.9: "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and "Drowsy Maggie"

Side 1.10: "Willy Clancy's Fancy" and "Garrett Barry's Fancy" (jigs)

Michael Coleman.

Side 1.11: "The Wind that Shakes the Barley"

Bobby Casey, Quilty, County Clare.

Side 1.12: "The Reel Mullinavat" and "Tie the Ribbons" (reels)

Side 1.13: "The Cottage Groves"

Side 1.14: "Paddy Ryan's Dream" and unknown (reel)

Side 1.15: "The Quilty Jig" and "Jimmy Ward's Jig"

Side 1.16: Unknown reel

John Kelly.

Side 1.17: "The Humours of Carrigaholt" (reel)

Side 1.18: "Mikey Callaghan's Jig"

Side 1.19: "Caher Rua Reel"

Side 2.1: "The Cabin Hunter Reel" and "Delia Crowley's Reel"

Side 2.2: "Bimidagol Jig" and "Patsy Geary's Jig"

Side 2.3: "The Moveen Reel" and "Mare Delaney"

Seán Ryan.

Side 2.4: "Castle Jig" and "McKenna's Jig"

Side 2.5: "Wheels of the World" and "Tom Steele" (reels)

Patrick Kelly, County Clare.

Side 2.6: "Banish Misfortune" (jig)

Side 2.7: Unknown

Side 2.8: Unknown reel

Side 2.9: "The Cottage Grove" (reel)

Brendan McGlinchy, County Armagh.

Side 2.10: "The Wheels of the World," unknown, and "Rakish Paddy Reel" (reel)

Side 2.11: "Jennie's Welcome to Charley" and "Pigeon on the Gate" (reels)

Side 2.12: Three unknown jigs

Tommy Peoples, Kilfenora, County Clare.

Side 2.13: "Princess Roayl" (set dance)

Side 2.14: Two unknown reels

Side 2.15: Unknown and "Oaktree" (reels)

Side 2.16: Two unknown reels

Side 2.17: Unknown reel

Side 2.18: Unknown reel

Side 2.19: Unknown jig

Side 2.20: Unknown reel

Side 2.21: Unknown set dance

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7126

Danny O'Donnell, Neill O'Boyle, Frank O'Higgins, Paddy Cronin. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7126

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9671

Various Gaelic. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9671

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7127

Michael Gorman, Willie Clancy, Packie Dolan, John Howard, Charles McDonough, Michael Coleman, Danny O'Donnell. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7127

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11853

Paddy Killoran. Pubs in London Town , Michael Gorman and Margaret Barry. Irish Music in London Pubs, Michael Gorman. Joe Heaney. Margaret Barry. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11853

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Paddy Killoran.

Side 1.1: "Down the Broom" and "The Gate House Maid" (reels)

Side 1.2: "The Go To Ring" and "Haste to the Wedding" (jigs)

Side 1.3: "Mason's Apron" and "Langton's Favorite" (reels)

Side 1.4: "The Enchanted Lady" and "The Holy Land"

Pubs in London Town, Michael Gorman and Margaret Barry.

Side 1.5: "The Mountain Road"

Side 1.6: "Dwyer's Hornpipe"

Side 1.7: "Tim Murphy," "Haste to the Wedding," and "Tidy Anne"

Side 1.8: "A Bunch of Keys" and "The Boys From Ballisidare"

Side 1.9: "Bonny Kate" and "The Sligo Maid"

Side 1.10: "Gorman's Favorite" and "The Boys of Bluehill"

Irish Music in London Pubs, Michael Gorman.

Side 1.11: "Rakish Paddy"

Side 1.12: "Tralee Jane" and "Maggie in the Wood"

Side 1.13: "The Mountain Road" and "The Heather Breeze"

Side 1.14: "Smash the Windows," "The Frost is Over," "Flannagan's Ball," and "Off She Goes"

Side 1.15: "The Maid I Ne'er Forgot"

Side 1.16: "The Boys of Blue Hill"

Side 2.1: "The Jolly Tinker"

Side 2.2: "The Swallow's Tail" and "The Sligo Maid"

Side 2.3: Unknown reel

Joe Heaney.

Side 2.4: "The Rocks of Bawn"

Side 2.5: "One Morning in June"

Side 2.6: "Casadh An t-Sugain"

Side 2.7: "The Wife of the Bold Tenant Farmer"

Side 2.8: "The Trees They Grow Tall"

Side 2.9: "Peigin Is Peadar"

Side 2.10: "Cunnla"

Side 2.11: "Caoineadh Na Tri Mhuire"

Side 2.12: "An Tigh earna Randal"

Side 2.13: "Bean An Leanna"

Side 2.14: "John Mitchel"

Side 2.15: "Morrissey" and "The Russian Sailor"

Side 2.16: "Spailpin Fanac"

Margaret Barry.

Side 2.17: "The Wild Colonial Boy"

Side 2.18: "O Gramachree"

Side 2.19: "Three Lovely Lassies from Bannion"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7128

Brendan Mulvihill, C. McConnell, Tommy Peoples. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7128

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7129

Joe Ryan, Sean Keane, James Kelly. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7129

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9663

John Vesey, fiddle, Tom Standeven, piano, and Mike McIntyre, flute, from a Philadelphia radio broadcast, 1957. Michael Gorman. #20035, Subseries: "1.1.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9663

1/4" Open Reel Audio

John Vesey, fiddle, Tom Standeven, piano, and Mike McIntyre, flute, from a Philadelphia radio broadcast, 1957.

Side 1.1: "The Maid of Mt. Kisco" and "The Bush"

Side 1.2: "Morrison's Jig" and "The Joy of My Life"

Side 1.3: "The Bird in the Tree" and "The Boyne Hunt"

Side 1.4: "The Ladies Chain" and "Did You See My Jimmy?"

Side 1.5: Unknown, "Dinny O'Brien's Fancy" and "Farewell to Connaucht"

Side 1.6: "Tim Moloney's Reel" and "McLeod's Reel"

Side 1.7: "Morning Dew" and "The Lady of the House"

Side 1.8: "McFadden's Reel" and "Music in the Glen"

Side 1.9: "Sligo Maid" and "The Hunter's Purse"

Side 1.10: "The Bunch of Keys" and "The Collier's Reel"

Side 1.11: "The Gold Ring" and "Tobin's Favorite"

Side 1.12: "Lucy Campbell"

Side 1.13: "The Lasses of Carracastle" and "George White's Favorite"

Side 1.14: "Apples in Winter" and "The Temple House"

Side 2.1: "O'Beirne's Hornpipe"

Side 2.2: "Guiry's Fancy" and "The Joy of My Life"

Side 2.3: "The Yellow Tinker" and "Down the Broom"

Side 2.4: "Lord Gordon's Reel"

Side 2.5: "On the Road to Galway City" and "The Gorteen Cross"

Side 2.6: "Bonnie Kate" and "Rakish Paddy"

Side 2.7: "The Hilltop" and "Rakish Paddy"

Side 2.8: "The Cooley's Reel"

Michael Gorman.

Side 2.9: "The Wayward Child"

Side 2.10: "Fling"

Side 2.11: "The Pride of Ballymote"

Side 2.12: "The Pride of Ballymote"

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. American Recordings, 1970-1994.

91 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2.1. Field Recordings.

64 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Fiddle recordings of local artists from Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. There is also some Cajun fiddling from Louisiana.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11836

Oscar Wright. Princeton, West Virginia. July 1970. Lee Triplett. Clay County, West Virginia. Allan Jabbour with The Hollow Rock String Band. Kevin Delaney, practice tape. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11836

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Oscar Wright. Princeton, West Virginia. July 1970.

Side 1.1: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.2: "Snow Bird on the Ashbank"

Side 1.3: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.4: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 1.5: "Sandy River Belle"

Side 1.6: "Jenny Lind Polka"

Side 1.7: "Arthur Smith Tune"

Lee Triplett. Clay County, West Virginia.

Side 1.8: "Old Mother Flanagan"

Side 1.9: "Liza Jane"

Side 1.10: "Pretty Little Dog"

Side 1.11: "West Fork Gals"

Oscar Wright.

Side 1.12: "Snowbird on the Ashbank"

Side 1.13: "Sandy River Belle"

Side 1.14: "Ducks on the Pond"

Side 1.15: "Salt River"

Side 1.16: "Kitchen Girl"

Side 1.17: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.18: "Shooting Creek"

Side 1.19: "Elkhorn Ridge"

Allan Jabbour with The Hollow Rock String Band.

Side 1.20: "Flying Cloud Cotillion"

Side 1.21: "Natchez"

Side 1.22: "Magpie"

Side 1.23: "Gal with the Blue Dress On" or "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.24: "Green Willis"

Side 1.25: "Sandy River Belle"

Side 1.26: "Santa Anna's Retreat"

Side 1.27: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.28: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 1.29: "Frosty Morning"

Side 1.30: "High Yellow"

Side 1.31: "Isom's Waltz"

Side 1.32: "Pigeon on the Gate"

Side 1.33: "Breaking Up Xmas"

Kevin Delaney, practice tape

Side 1.34: Guitar, Fall 1971

Side 2.1: Fiddle, Fall 1971

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9666

Burl Hammons. Marlinton, West Virginia. Summer 1971. Mose Coffman. Franford, West Virginia. Fall 1970. French Carpenter and Phoebe Parsons. Clay County, West Virginia. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/9666

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Burl Hammons. Marlinton, West Virginia. Summer 1971.

Side 1.1: "Greasy String"

Side 1.2: "Somebody Loves Me"

Side 1.3: "Nancy Rowland"

Side 1.4: "Katy Hill"

Side 1.5: "Big Ciota"

Side 1.6: "Red Apple Rag"

Side 1.7: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.8: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.9: "Flop-Eared Mule"

Side 1.10: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.11: "Tennessee Wagoner"

Side 1.12: "Waynesboro"

Side 1.13: "Lost Indian"

Side 1.14: "Blue-Eyed Gal"

Side 1.15: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.16: "Salt River"

Side 1.17: "Rocky Mountain Goat"

Mose Coffman. Franford, West Virginia. Fall 1970.

Side 1.18: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 1.19: "Over the Waves The Waltz"

Side 1.20: "The Rocky Mountain Goat"

Side 1.21: Unknown

Side 1.22: "Leather Britches"

Side 1.23: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.24: Unknown

Side 1.25: "Washington's March"

Side 2.1: "Lost Indian"

Side 2.2: "Silver Lake"

Side 2.3: "Beaver's Dam"

Side 2.4: "Sally Ann"

Side 2.5: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.6: "Stony Point"

Side 2.7: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 2.8: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.9: "McLeod's Reel" or "Hop High Ladies"

Side 2.10: "Red Wing"

Side 2.11: "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 2.12: "Ryestraw"

Side 2.13: "Who's Been Here Since I've Been Gone"

Side 2.14: "Sailor's Hornpipe"

Side 2.15: "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Side 2.16: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.17: Jig

Side 2.18: "Irish Washerwoman Jig"

Side 2.19: "Skip to my Lou"

Side 2.20: "The Arkansas Traveler"

Side 2.21: "Under the Deep Blue Sea Waltz"

Side 2.22: "Nancy, Don't Tickle Me"

Side 2.23: "The Girl I Left Behind Me"

Side 2.24: "When the Cook Comes Back"

Side 2.25: "The Devil's Dream"

Side 2.26: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.27: Unknown waltz

Side 2.28: Unknown waltz

Side 2.29: "Yankee Doodle"

Side 2.30: "Dixie"

Side 2.31: "Under the Double Eagle"

Side 2.32: Unknown march

Side 2.33: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.34: Unknown

Side 2.35: Unknown

Side 2.36: "Boatsman"

French Carpenter and Phoebe Parsons. Clay County, West Virginia.

Side 2.37: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.38: "Old Mother Flanagan"

Side 2.39: "Cotton Eyed Joe"

Side 2.40: "West Virginia Birdie"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11837

Taylor Kimble, fiddle, and Stella Kimble, banjo. Laurel Fork, Virginia. September, 1971. Richard Blaustein. Frank George. Princeton, West Virginia. Fall 1970 or Spring 1971. Emory Bailey (dub from Malvin Artley). #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11837

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Taylor Kimble, fiddle, and Stella Kimble, banjo. Laurel Fork, Virginia. September, 1971.

Side 1.1: "Angeline"

Side 1.2: "Sally Ann"

Side 1.3: "Poor Johnny's Gone to the War"

Side 1.4: "Bile Them Cabbage Down"

Side 1.5: "Liza Jane"

Side 1.6: "Ricketts Hornpipe"

Side 1.7: "Pretty Little Miss"

Side 1.8: "Blackeyed Susie"

Side 1.9: "What Are We Going To Do With Baby?"

Side 1.10: "Liberty Banks"

Side 1.11: "Rachel"

Side 1.12: "Sugar Babe"

Side 1.13: "Going Down to Raleigh"

Richard Blaustein.

Side 1.14: "The Day They Took Old Glory Down"

Side 1.15: "The Strange Sea Serpent"

Frank George. Princeton, West Virginia. Fall 1970 or Spring 1971.

Side 1.16: "Dusty Miller"

Side 1.17: "Molly Put the Kettle On"

Side 1.18: "Harvest Home Hornpipe"

Side 1.19: "Liverpool Hornpipe"

Side 1.20: Unknown

Side 1.21: "Chief O'Nell's Favorite"

Side 1.22: "The Wind That Shakes the Barley"

Side 1.23: "Arkansas Traveller"

Side 1.24: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.25: "Love Somebody"

Side 1.26: "Smith's Reel," or "Good Natured Girl," or "Kitty's Wedding"

Side 1.27: "Angeline"

Side 2.1: "West Fork Gals"

Side 2.2: "Liberty"

Side 2.3: "Cricket on the Hearth"

Side 2.4: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 2.5: "Smith's Reel"

Side 2.6: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.7: Unknown

Side 2.8: "Rodney's Glory"

Side 2.9: "Blackbird"

Side 2.10: "Soldier with a Wooden Leg"

Side 2.11: "Lochleaven Castle"

Side 2.12: "George Booker"

Side 2.13: "Miller's Reel"

Emory Bailey (dub from Malvin Artley).

Side 2.14: "Solly's Little Favorite"

Side 2.15: "Camp Chase"

Side 2.16: "Abe's Retreat"

Side 2.17: "Stony Point"

Side 2.18: "Silver Lake"

Side 2.19: "Old Sledge"

Side 2.20: "Old Solly's Favorite"

Side 2.21: "Leather Britches"

Side 2.22: "Diel Among the Tailors"

Side 2.23: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.24: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.25: "Flop-Eared Mule"

Side 2.26: "Flop-Eared Mule"

Side 2.27: "Natchez on the Hill"

Side 2.28: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.29: "Stony Point"

Side 2.30: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.31: "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Side 2.32: "Skip to my Lou"

Side 2.33: "Coal Holler"

Side 2.34: "Calloway"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11838

William Marshall. Fancy Gap. Gaither Carlton. Deep Gap, North Carolina. May 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11838

1/4" Open Reel Audio

William Marshall. Fancy Gap.

Side 1.1: "Buckwheat Girls"

Side 1.2: Unknown

Side 1.3: Unknown

Side 1.4: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.5: "Barlow Knife"

Gaither Carlton. Deep Gap, North Carolina. May 1972.

Side 1.6: "What You Gonna Do with the Baby"

Side 1.7: "More Pretty Girls Than One"

Side 1.8: "Down Yonder"

Side 1.9: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.10: "Shelvin' Rock"

Side 1.11: Unknown

Side 1.12: "Georgie"

Side 1.13: "Barbary Ellen"

Side 1.14: "Tom Ashley Song"

Side 1.15: "Little Sadie"

Side 1.16: "Pretty Omie"

Side 1.17: "Ramblin' Hobb"

Side 1.18: "Shady Grove"

Side 1.19: "Omie Wise"

Side 1.20: Unknown

Side 1.21: "Little Birdie"

Side 2.1: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.2: "Muddy Roads"

Side 2.3: "McLeod's Reel"

Side 2.4: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.5: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.6: Unknown

Side 2.7: Unknown

Side 2.8: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 2.9: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 2.10: Unknown

Side 2.11: "David Douglas"

Side 2.12: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.13: Unknown

Side 2.14: "Old Man Get Away"

Side 2.15: "I'll Rise when the Rooster Crows"

Side 2.16: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.17: "Wild Bill Jones"

Side 2.18: "Pretty Saro"

Side 2.19: "Little David"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9661

Joe Caudill. Ennie, North Carolina. May 1972. Gaither Carlton. Deep Gap, North Carolina. 1972. Luther Strong. Kentucky. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/9661

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Joe Caudill. Ennie, North Carolina. May 1972.

Side 1.1: "Buffalo Gals" (Roundtown Gals)

Side 1.2: "McLeod's Reel"

Side 1.3: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.4: "Chinese Breakdown"

Side 1.5: "Waves on the Ocean"

Side 1.6: "Piney Woods"

Side 1.7: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.8: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.9: "Pretty Little Girl"

Gaither Carlton. Deep Gap, North Carolina. 1972.

Side 1.10: "Little Maggie"

Side 1.11: Unknown

Side 1.12: "Lovin' Emma"

Side 1.13: "Doodle Bug"

Side 1.14: "Jimmy Sutton"

Side 1.15: "Pretty Omie"

Side 1.16: Unknown

Side 1.17: "Pretty Saro"

Side 1.18: "Rose Conally" fragment (Doc Watson)

Side 1.19: "Going Downtown"

Side 1.20: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.21: "Uncle Pen"

Side 1.22: "Double File"

Side 1.23: "Yew Piney Mountain"

Side 1.24: "Camp Chase"

Side 1.25: "Cotton-Eyed Joe"

Side 2.1: "Old Xmas"

Side 2.2: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 2.3: "Granny Will Your Dog Bite?"

Side 2.4: Unknown

Side 2.5: Unknown

Side 2.6: "Jump Up Jimmy"

Side 2.7: "You Are My Sunshine"

Side 2.8: Unknown

Side 2.9: "I'll Give My Love a Cherry"

Side 2.10: "Jimmy Sutton"

Side 2.11: "John Henry"

Side 2.12: "Uncloudy Day"

Side 2.13: Unknown

Side 2.14: "Down the Road"

Side 2.15: "Patroller in the Pear Tree"

Side 2.16: "Muddy Roads"

Side 2.17: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.18: Unknown

Side 2.19: Unknown

Side 2.20: "Sail Away Ladies"

Side 2.21: "Shady Grove"

Luther Strong. Kentucky.

Side 2.22: "Last of Callahan"

Side 2.23: "Ways of the World"

Side 2.24: "Glory in the Meeting House"

Gaither Carlton.

Side 2.25: "Pretty Omie"

Side 2.26: Unknown

Side 2.27: "Sweet Sunny South"

Side 2.28: "Cuckoo Bird"

Side 2.29: Unknown

Side 2.30: Unknown

Side 2.31: "Jesse James"

Side 2.32: Unknown

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11839

Mose Coffman. Frankford, West Virginia. June 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11839

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Mose Coffman. Frankford, West Virginia. June 1972.

Side 1.1: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.2: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.3: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.4: "The Flop-Eared Mule"

Side 1.5: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 1.6: "Chicken Reel"

Side 1.7: "Salt Creek"

Side 1.8: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 1.9: "Cotton-Eyed Joe"

Side 1.10: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.11: "Sugar Creek" or "Somebody Stole my Old Coon Dog"

Side 1.12: "Going Up Lynchburg Town"

Side 1.13: "Greasy Coat"

Side 1.14: "Christmas Morning"

Side 1.15: "Jack of Diamonds"

Side 1.16: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 1.17: "Grey Eagle" or "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 1.18: "Soap Suds Over the Fence"

Side 1.19: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.20: "8th of January" or "Hook and Line"

Side 1.21: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 1.22: "Fly Around my Pretty Little Miss"

Side 1.23: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.24: "Liberty"

Side 1.25: "Cindy"

Side 1.26: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 1.27: "Tennessee Wagoner"

Side 1.28: "Walk in the Parlor"

Side 1.29: "Blackeyed Susie"

Side 1.30: "Speed the Plow"

Side 1.31: "The Other Side of Beaver"

Side 1.32: "Boatsman"

Side 1.33: "Jimmy Johnson"

Side 1.34: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.35: "Camp Chase"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9667

Burl Hammons. Marlinton, West Virginia. 9 July 1972. Glen Smith. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 10 July 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/9667

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Burl Hammons. Marlinton, West Virginia. 9 July 1972.

Side 1.1: "Cranberry Rock"

Side 1.2: "Fall of Richmond"

Side 1.3: "Camp Chase"

Side 1.4: "Fine Times [at] Our House"

Side 1.5: "Greasy Coat"

Side 1.6: "Abe's Retreat"

Side 1.7: "Sugar Grove Blues"

Side 1.8: "Old Sledge"

Side 1.9: Unknown

Side 1.10: "Three Forks of Cheat"

Side 1.11: "Drunken Hiccoughs"

Side 1.12: "Sugar in your Coffee"

Side 1.13: "Yew Piney Woods"

Side 1.14: "Yew Piney Mountain"

Side 1.15: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.16: "Jimmy Johnson"

Side 1.17: "Train 45"

Side 1.18: "Red Buck Row the Hill"

Side 1.19: "Shelving Rock"

Side 1.20: "Leather Britches"

Side 1.21: "Sarah the Queen"

Side 1.22: "Big Ciota"

Side 1.23: "Ryestraw"

Side 1.24: "Shaking the Acorns"

Side 1.25: "Casey Jones"

Side 1.26: "16 Horses"

Side 1.27: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.28: "The Hog-Eyed Man"

Side 1.29: "Walking in the Parlor"

Side 1.30: "Black Stump Rag"

Side 1.31: "Red Apple Rag"

Side 1.32: "Darkie's Dream"

Side 1.33: "McLeod's Reel"

Side 1.34: "Lost Girl"

Glen Smith. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 10 July 1972.

Side 2.1: "Soppin' the Gravy"

Side 2.2: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.3: "Leather Britches"

Side 2.4: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.5: "Ebeneezer"

Side 2.6: "Crazy Creek"

Side 2.7: "Sally Johnson"

Side 2.8: "McLeod's Reel"

Side 2.9: "Stony Point"

Side 2.10: "Dusty Miller"

Side 2.11: "Dance Around Molly"

Side 2.12: "Old Bill Cheatham"

Side 2.13: "Dog in the Ryestraw"

Side 2.14: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.15: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.16: "Grandma Look at Uncle Sam"

Side 2.17: "Fiddler's Waltz"

Side 2.18: "Salt Creek"

Side 2.19: "Tennessee Waggoner"

Side 2.20: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.21: "Texas Quick Step"

Side 2.22: "Shady Grove"

Side 2.23: "Indian Creek"

Side 2.24: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.25: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.26: "Leadout"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9665

Glen Smith. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 10 July 1972. Woody Simmons. Mill Creek, West Virginia. 11 July 1972. Tommy Jarrell, fiddle. Mount Airy, North Carolina. 12 July 1972 and 13 July 1972. Tommy Jarrell and Fred Cockerham. 13 July 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/9665

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Glen Smith. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 10 July 1972.

Side 1.1: "Say Old Man, Can You Play the Fiddle?"

Side 1.2: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.3: "Sugar Tree Stomp"

Side 1.4: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.5: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.6: "Flop-Eared Mule"

Side 1.7: "Wake Up Susan"

Side 1.8: "Liberty"

Side 1.9: "Franklin Street" (his own composition)

Side 1.10: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 1.11: "Sailor's Hornpipe"

Side 1.12: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.13: "Trouble Among the Yearlings"

Woody Simmons. Mill Creek, West Virginia. 11 July 1972.

Side 1.14: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.15: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 1.16: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.17: "Turkey in the Straw"

Tommy Jarrell, fiddle. Mount Airy, North Carolina. 12 July 1972 and 13 July 1972.

Side 1.18: "June Apple"

Side 1.19: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.20: "Reuben"

Side 1.21: "Breakin' Up Xmas"

Side 1.22: "John Brown's Dream"

Side 1.23: "Chilly Winds"

Side 1.24: "Policeman"

Side 1.25: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 1.26: "Nellie Gray"

Side 2.1: "Boll Weevil Blues"

Side 2.2: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 2.3: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 2.4: "Flatwoods"

Side 2.5: "Devil in the Strawstock"

Side 2.6: "Sail Away Ladies"

Side 2.7: "Jack of Diamonds"

Side 2.8: "Pretty Little Girl"

Side 2.9: "Reuben"

Side 2.10: "Chilly Winds"

Side 2.11: "John Henry"

Side 2.12: "Policeman"

Side 2.13: "Cotton-Eyed Joe"

Side 2.14: "John Brown's Dream"

Side 2.15: "Breakin' Up Xmas"

Side 2.16: "Old Bunch of Keys"

Tommy Jarrell and Fred Cockerham. 13 July 1972.

Side 2.17: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.18: "Little Maggie"

Side 2.19: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 2.20: "Pretty Polly"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11840

Tommy Jarrell, fiddle and Fred Cockerham, banjo. 13 July 1972. Tommy Jarrell. Mount Airy, North Carolina. 15 July 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11840

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Tommy Jarrell, fiddle and Fred Cockerham, banjo. 13 July 1972.

Side 1.1: "Going Across the Ocean"

Side 1.2: "Chilly Winds"

Side 1.3: "John Hardy"

Side 1.4: "Roustabout"

Side 1.5: "When Sorrows Encompass Me Around"

Side 1.6: "Lonesome Road Blues"

Side 1.7: "Greasy String"

Side 1.8: "Sweet Sunny South"

Side 1.9: "Lonesome Day"

Side 1.10: "Texas Gal"

Side 1.11: "Fall on my Knees"

Side 1.12: "Back Step Cindy"

Side 1.13: "Sally Ann"

Side 1.14: "Breaking Up Xmas"

Tommy Jarrell. Mount Airy, North Carolina. 15 July 1972.

Side 2.1: "Step Back Cindy"

Side 2.2: "Rockingham Cindy"

Side 2.3: "Susanna Gal"

Side 2.4: "Cider Mill"

Side 2.5: "Sugar Hill"

Side 2.6: "Walkin' in the Parlor or Rochester Schottische"

Side 2.7: "Sally Ann"

Side 2.8: "John Hardy"

Side 2.9: "June Apple"

Side 2.10: "Let Me Fall"

Side 2.11: "Dog in the Ryestraw"

Side 2.12: "Jimmy Sutton"

Side 2.13: "Carrol County Blues"

Side 2.14: "Lady of the Lake"

Side 2.15: "Fall on my Knees"

Side 2.16: "Groundhog"

Side 2.17: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.18: "Cluck Old Hen"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11841

Fred Cockerham. March 1973. William Marshall. Fancy Gap, Virginia. August 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11841

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Fred Cockerham. March 1973.

Side 1.1: "Kitty Cline"

Side 1.2: "Big-Eyed Rabbit"

Side 1.3: "Going Across the Ocean"

Side 1.4: "Groundhog"

Side 1.5: Unknown

Side 1.6: "June Apple"

Side 1.7: "Reuben"

Side 1.8: "Pretty Polly"

Side 1.9: "Little Birdie"

Side 1.10: "Pretty Little Gal"

Side 1.11: "Breakin' Up Xmas"

Side 1.12: "Pretty Little Gal"

Side 1.13: "Breakin' Up Xmas"

Side 1.14: "Cotton-Eyed Joe"

Side 1.15: "Reuben"

Side 1.16: "Natural Bridge Blues"

Side 1.17: "Jimmy Sutton"

Side 1.18: "Ballad"

Side 2.1: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.2: "Fall on my Knees"

Side 2.3: "In the Pines"

Side 2.4: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 2.5: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 2.6: Unknown

Side 2.7: "Cindy"

William Marshall. Fancy Gap, Virginia. August 1972.

Side 2.8: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.9: "Breakin' Up Xmas"

Side 2.10: "Pretty Little Gal"

Side 2.11: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.12: "Black-Eyed Girl"

Side 2.13: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.14: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 2.15: "Shady Grove"

Side 2.16: "Salt Creek"

Side 2.17: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.18: Unknown

Side 2.19: "Little Bunch of Keys"

Side 2.20: "Cumberland Gap"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7131

Albert Hash. Mt Rogers, Virginia. May 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7131

Audiocassette

FT-20035/281: Wilson Douglas, fiddle. Iveydale, West Virginia. 13 September 1973. Glen Smith, fiddle. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 13 September 1973. Delbert Hughes, fiddle. Ohley, West Virginia. 17 September 1973.

Wilson Douglas, fiddle. Iveydale, West Virginia. 13 September 1973.

Side 1.1: "Dusty Miller"

Side 1.2: "Little Rose"

Side 1.3: "Birdie"

Side 1.4: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.5: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.6: "West Fork Gals"

Side 1.7: "Elzic's Farewell"

Side 1.8: "Forked Horn Deer"

Side 1.9: "Blue-eyed Girl"

Side 1.10: "Miller's Reel"

Side 1.11: "Whistling Rufus"

Side 1.12: "Brushy Run"

Side 1.13: "One More River to Cross"

Side 1.14: "Walkin' in the Parlor"

Side 1.15: "Shakin' Down the Acorns"

Side 1.16: "Mother Flanagan"

Side 1.17: "Paddy on the Pike"

Side 1.18: "Old Christmas Morning"

Side 1.19: "Paddy on the Pike"

Side 1.20: "Rocky Road to Dublin"

Side 1.21: "Yew Piney Mountain"

Side 1.22: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.23: "Camp Chase"

Side 1.24: "Old Christmas Morning"

Side 1.25: "Shelvin' Rock"

Side 1.26: "Flat-foot Nash"

Glen Smith, fiddle. Elizabeth, West Virginia. 13 September 1973.

Side 1.27: "Kitty's Wedding"

Side 1.28: "The Cuckoo's Nest"

Side 1.29: "Jenny Lind"

Side 1.30: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.31: "Wild John"

Side 1.32: "Tennessee Wagoner"

Side 1.33: "Birdie"

Side 1.34: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 2.1: "Irish Washerwoman"

Side 2.2: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 2.3: "High-level Hornpipe"

Side 2.4: "Old Tin Pan"

Side 2.5: "Leather Breeches"

Side 2.6: "Pig in the Pen"

Side 2.7: "Rocky Mountain Goat"

Side 2.8: "Cross-eyed Fiddler"

Side 2.9: "Miller's Reel"

Side 2.10: "Pretty Polly Ann"

Side 2.11: "East Tennessee Blues"

Side 2.12: "Fiddler's Waltz"

Side 2.13: "Sally Goodin"

Delbert Hughes, fiddle. Ohley, West Virginia. 17 September 1973.

Side 2.14: "Cotton-Eyed Joe"

Side 2.15: "Jump Up Joe"

Side 2.16: Unknown

Side 2.17: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 2.18: "Coon Bunch"

Side 2.19: Story about a square dance

Side 2.20: "Roundtown Girls"

Side 2.21: "Leather Breeches"

Side 2.22: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.23: Unknown

Side 2.24: "Old Sal"

Side 2.25: "8th of January"

Side 2.26: Story of fiddlers' contest in Tennessee

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/282

Delbert Hughes, fiddle. Ohley, West Virginia. 17 September 1973. Mike Humphreys and Pete Humphreys, fiddle and banjo. Charleston, West Virginia. 17 September 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/282

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Delbert Hughes, fiddle. Ohley, West Virginia. 17 September 1973.

Side 1.1: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.2: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.3: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.4: "Polka River Blues"

Side 1.5: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 1.6: "Buck Creek Girls"

Side 1.7: "Katy Hill"

Side 1.8: "Callahan"

Side 1.9: "Salt River"

Side 1.10: "Tennessee River"

Side 1.11: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.12: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.13: "Rattlin' Down the Acorns"

Side 1.14: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.15: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 1.16: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 1.17: "Over the Waves Waltz"

Side 1.18: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.19: "Birdie"

Side 1.20: "Under the Double Eagle"

Side 1.21: "Devil's Dream"

Mike Humphreys and Pete Humphreys, fiddle and banjo. Charleston, West Virginia. 17 September 1973.

Side 2.1: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 2.2: "Sally Ann Johnson"

Side 2.3: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.4: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.5: "Leather Breeches"

Side 2.6: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.7: "Salt River"

Side 2.8: "Paddy on the Pike"

Side 2.9: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.10: "Flat-foot in the Ashes" or "Old Swift"

Side 2.11: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.12: "Old Jimmy Johnson"

Side 2.13: "Wild Horse"

Side 2.14: "Soldiers' Joy"

Side 2.15: Story of bean-stringing

Side 2.16: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.17: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 2.18: "Old Bill Cheatham"

Side 2.19: "Tennessee Wagoner"

Side 2.20: "Lost Indian"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/283

Winfred Burchett and Mary Burchett, memorates and anecdotes, fiddle and vocals. Morgan's Creek, Kentucky. 18 September 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/283

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Winfred Burchett and Mary Burchett, memorates and anecdotes, fiddle and vocals. Morgan's Creek, Kentucky. 18 September 1973.

Side 1.1: Description of their farm

Side 1.2: Spelling contest

Side 1.3: Brogan shoes

Side 1.4: Featherbed and bed ticks

Side 1.5: Taffy pull, kissing games, fox hunt

Side 1.6: Church pie suppers

Side 1.7: Church services

Side 1.8: Superstitions and remedies

Side 1.9: The first car and train in Louisa, Kentucky

Side 1.10: Feuds

Side 1.11: Carnival in Louisa

Side 1.12: Hanging

Side 1.13: Civil War anecdote

Side 1.14: Fiddler in the court house

Side 1.15: Expressions

Side 1.16: "Roving Gambler"

Side 1.17: "Jack of Diamonds"

Side 1.18: Unknown song

Side 1.19: "It takes a worried man"

Side 1.20: "Mountain Dew"

Side 1.21: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.22: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.1: "Grand Hornpipe"

Side 2.2: "Susan's Gone"

Side 2.3: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.4: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.5: "Rowan County Troubles"

Side 2.6: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 2.7: "I'll have to bear my burden all alone"

Side 2.8: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.9: "Soon I'll Lay My Armor Down"

Side 2.10: "Little Betty Martin"

Side 2.11: "I'm just a'goin' over Jorden"

Side 2.12: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.13: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.14: "Omie Wise"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/248

Alva Green, fiddle. Sandy Hook, Kentucky. 20 September 1973. Clarence Kelly, saw. Morgan's Creek, Kentucky. 21 September 1973. Lena Hughes, banjo and fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri. 21 September 1973. Pete McMahan, fiddle (dubbed recording). Cleo Persinger, fiddle (dubbed recording). #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/248

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Alva Green, fiddle. Sandy Hook, Kentucky. 20 September 1973.

Side 1.1: "Indian Squaw"

Side 1.2: "Red Top Boots"

Side 1.3: "Bonaparte's Charge"

Side 1.4: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.5: "Number 9"

Side 1.6: "Susan's Gone"

Side 1.7: "Winding Sheet"

Side 1.8: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.9: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.10: "Lost Indian"

Side 1.11: "Grampaw"

Side 1.12: "Amazing Grace"

Side 1.13: "Pretty Polly"

Side 1.14: "Blind Man's Lament"

Side 1.15: "Billy in the Lowground"

Clarence Kelly, saw. Morgan's Creek, Kentucky. 21 September 1973.

Side 1.16: Hawaiian piece

Side 1.17: "Red River Valley"

Side 1.18: "How Great Thou Art"

Lena Hughes, banjo and fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri. 21 September 1973.

Side 1.19: "Nights of Seria Waltz"

Side 1.20: "Telephone Song"

Side 1.21: "Peek-a-boo Waltz"

Side 1.22: "Don't Make Me Go To Bed, I'll Be Good"

Side 1.23: "Green Corn"

Side 1.24: "Turn the Radio On"

Side 1.25: "Yes, Sir, That's My Baby"

Side 1.26: "Galloway Babe"

Side 1.27: "Cowboy Waltz"

Side 1.28: "Whistler's Waltz"

Side 1.29: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.30: "Hell in the Mud"

Side 1.31: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 1.32: "Soppin' the Gravy"

Side 1.33: "Dubuque's Hornpipe"

Side 1.34: "The Last Waltz"

Side 1.35: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.36: "Jack of Diamonds"

Side 2.1: "Grey Eagle"

Side 2.2: "Coming Down From Denver"

Side 2.3: "Mahoney's Rag"

Side 2.4: "Lonesome Indian"

Side 2.5: "Cornflower Waltz"

Side 2.6: "Old Bell Waltz"

Side 2.7: "Jones Waltz"

Side 2.8: "Oh Lord, Ain't She Cold"

Side 2.9: "Schottische"

Side 2.10: "Wagoner"

Side 2.11: "Melindy"

Side 2.12: "Cornflower Waltz"

Side 2.13: "F Waltz"

Side 2.14: "F Waltz"

Side 2.15: "Rangers' Waltz"

Side 2.16: "Gee-whiz Polka"

Side 2.17: "Smith's Reel"

Side 2.18: "Adrian's Reel"

Side 2.19: "Pretty Good Waltz"

Side 2.20: "Marmaduke's Hornpipe"

Side 2.21: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Pete McMahan, fiddle (dubbed recording).

Side 2.22: "Last Waltz"

Side 2.23: "Lightning Hornpipe"

Side 2.24: "Blackfoot Rag"

Side 2.25: "B-flat Waltz"

Cleo Persinger, fiddle (dubbed recording).

Side 2.26: "Waltz"

Side 2.27: "Grey Eagle"

Side 2.28: "Bell Cow"

Side 2.29: "Devil's Dream"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/286

Cyril Stinnett, fiddle. Filmore, Missouri. 29 September 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/286

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Cyril Stinnett, fiddle. Filmore, Missouri. 29 September 1973.

Side 1.1: "St. Anne's Reel"

Side 1.2: "Dusty Miller"

Side 1.3: Unknown

Side 1.4: "Dance All Night"

Side 1.5: Unknown

Side 1.6: Unknown

Side 1.7: Unknown

Side 1.8: "Footprints in the Snow"

Side 1.9: "Dance Around Molly"

Side 1.10: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.11: "Carrolton County Breakdown"

Side 1.12: "Jenny Lind Polka"

Side 1.13: "Pacific Slope"

Side 1.14: "Schottische in D"

Side 1.15: "Countryman's Reel"

Side 1.16: "Drunken Wagoner"

Side 1.17: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.18: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.19: "Fat Meat and Dumplings"

Side 1.20: "Schottische in G"

Side 1.21: "Haste to the Wedding"

Side 1.22: "Irish Washerwoman"

Side 1.23: "Footprints in the Snow"

Side 1.24: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.25: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 1.26: "Over the Waves Waltz"

Side 1.27: "Rose-bud Hornpipe"

Side 1.28: "Devil's Dream"

Side 1.29: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.30: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.1: "Oklahoma Redbird Hornpipe"

Side 2.2: "Miss McLeod's Reel"

Side 2.3: "Constitution Hornpipe"

Side 2.4: "High-level Hornpipe"

Side 2.5: Unknown

Side 2.6: "Sally Johnson"

Side 2.7: "Katy Hill"

Side 2.8: "Hell in the Mud"

Side 2.9: "Red Line Hornpipe"

Side 2.10: "Seamus O'Brien Waltz"

Side 2.11: "Cowboy Waltz"

Side 2.12: "Woodchopper's Breakdown"

Side 2.13: "Angus Camel"

Side 2.14: "St. Anne's Reel"

Side 2.15: "Missouri Quickstep"

Side 2.16: "Red Apple Rag"

Side 2.17: "Canary Waltz"

Side 2.18: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.19: "Chicken Reel"

Side 2.20: "Old Bill Cheatham"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/285

Cleo Persinger, fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri. Russell "Casey" Jones, fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri. Ben Drake, fiddle. Humboldt, Nebraska. 2 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/285

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Cleo Persinger, fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri.

Side 1.1: "Liberty"

Side 1.2: "Rose Waltz"

Russell "Casey" Jones, fiddle. Ludlow, Missouri.

Side 1.3: "Lazy Kate"

Side 1.4: "Dusty Miller"

Side 1.5: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.6: "Cruel Willie"

Side 1.7: "Wilson's Clog"

Side 1.8: "Schottische in G"

Side 1.9: "Jenny Lind Polka"

Side 1.10: "Arkansas Traveler"

Side 1.11: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 1.12: "Hell in the Mud"

Side 1.13: "Old Parnell"

Side 1.14: "Lonesome Indian"

Side 1.15: "In the Year of Jubilo"

Side 1.16: Unknown

Side 1.17: "Grey Eagle"

Ben Drake, fiddle. Humboldt, Nebraska. 2 October 1973.

Side 1.18: "Whistler's Waltz"

Side 1.19: "Harvest Schottische"

Side 1.20: "Rochester Schottische"

Side 1.21: "We'll All Be Happy"

Side 1.22: "We'll All Be Happy"

Side 1.23: "Norwegian Waltz"

Side 1.24: "Irish Washerwoman"

Side 1.25: Unknown

Side 1.26: Unknown waltz

Side 1.27: Unknown waltz

Side 1.28: Unknown polka

Side 1.29: "Mexana Waltz"

Side 1.30: "Twinkling Star Waltz"

Side 2.1: "Ragtime Annie Quadrille"

Side 2.2: "My Little Girl"

Side 2.3: "Possum Up a Persimmon Tree"

Side 2.4: "This Old House"

Side 2.5: Unknown waltz

Side 2.6: Unknown waltz

Side 2.7: "The Old Man and the Old Woman"

Side 2.8: Unknown

Side 2.9: Unknown

Side 2.10: "Sailor's Hornpipe"

Side 2.11: "Seamus O'Brien Waltz"

Side 2.12: "The Cowboy Waltz"

Side 2.13: "Grand Waltz"

Side 2.14: Unknown

Side 2.15: "Cornstalk Fiddle" and the "Ryestraw Bow"

Side 2.16: "Cattle Call Waltz"

Side 2.17: "Uncle Fred's Wife Polka"

Side 2.18: "Katy Polka"

Side 2.19: "Get Up and Go Polka"

Side 2.20: "Texas Rose Waltz"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/288

Burrell Reed, fiddle. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 9 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/288

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Burrell Reed, fiddle. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 9 October 1973.

Side 1.1: Story about snakes

Side 1.2: Story about riding a horse to a square dance

Side 1.3: Story about Uncle Bob, a fiddler

Side 1.4: "Faded Love"

Side 1.5: "Haywood Schottische"

Side 1.6: "Golden Fiddle Waltz"

Side 1.7: "Leather Britches" (breakdown)

Side 1.8: "Billy in the Lowground" (breakdown)

Side 1.9: "Wagoner" (breakdown)

Side 1.10: "George Hull"

Side 1.11: Unknown

Side 1.12: "Under the Roses Waltz"

Side 1.13: "June Rose Waltz"

Side 1.14: Unknown jig

Side 1.15: Unknown jig

Side 1.16: Unknown jig

Side 1.17: Unknown hornpipe

Side 1.18: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 1.19: "Grey Eagle"

Side 1.20: "Wednesday Night Waltz"

Side 1.21: "Kentucky Waltz"

Side 1.22: "Sherman's March to the Sea"

Side 1.23: "Sweet Evalina Waltz"

Side 1.24: "Dance all Night (with a bottle in your hand)"

Side 1.25: "Sally Johnson"

Side 1.26: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.27: "College Hornpipe"

Side 1.28: "Tulsa Waltz"

Side 1.29: "Waltz of San Antone"

Side 1.30: "Big Sandy"

Side 1.31: "Saturday Night Rag"

Side 1.32: "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 1.33: "Morning Glory Waltz"

Side 1.34: "Grey's Reel"

Side 1.35: Unknown schottische

Side 1.36: Unknown two-step

Side 1.37: Unknown two-step

Side 2.1: "Natchez Under the Hill" (hornpipe)

Side 2.2: "Black-eyed Susie" (breakdown)

Side 2.3: "Conwall County Rag"

Side 2.4: fragments of tunes

Side 2.5: "Old Bill Cheatham" (breakdown)

Side 2.6: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 2.7: fragments of tunes

Side 2.8: Unknown

Side 2.9: Unknown

Side 2.10: "Natchez"

Side 2.11: "Sally Goodin" (breakdown)

Side 2.12: "Cotton-eyed Joe" (breakdown)

Side 2.13: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Side 2.14: Unknown

Side 2.15: Unknown

Side 2.16: fragments of tunes

Side 2.17: "Drunkard's Hiccups"

Side 2.18: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.19: "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 2.20: Unknown

Side 2.21: "Drunkard's Hiccups"

Side 2.22: Unknown

Side 2.23: Unknown

Side 2.24: Bear Creek Hop

Side 2.25: Unknown

Side 2.26: Unknown

Side 2.27: "Grampaw's Big Billy Goat"

Side 2.28: "Grampaw's Big Billy Goat"

Side 2.29: Unknown

Side 2.30: Unknown

Side 2.31: "Granny, Will Your Dog Bite?" (breakdown)

Side 2.32: fragments of tunes

Side 2.33: "Grey Eagle" (breakdown)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/287

Uncle Dick Hutchison, fiddle. Disney, Oklahoma. 16 and 17 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/287

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Uncle Dick Hutchison, fiddle. Disney, Oklahoma. 16 and 17 October 1973.

Side 1.1: "Nigger's Delight"

Side 1.2: "Oklahoma Rooster"

Side 1.3: "Love Nobody"

Side 1.4: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.5: "Bill Cheatham"

Side 1.6: "Dusty Miller"

Side 1.7: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 1.8: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.9: "Lone-Star Rag"

Side 1.10: "Wagoner"

Side 1.11: Unknown

Side 1.12: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 1.13: "Arkansas Traveler"

Side 1.14: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 1.15: "Rye Whiskey"

Side 1.16: "Pickin' Sally Goodin"

Side 1.17: "Pickin' Sally Goodin"

Side 1.18: "Lake Erie"

Side 1.19: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.20: "Stoney Point"

Side 1.21: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.22: "Dry and Dusty"

Side 1.23: "Waltz of Montana"

Side 1.24: "Schottische in C"

Side 1.25: "Shoot the Buffalo" (schottische)

Side 1.26: "Sharecropper's Blues"

Side 1.27: "Done Gone"

Side 1.28: "Sailor's Hornpipe"

Side 1.29: "Silver Lake"

Side 1.30: "Silver Lake"

Side 1.31: "Bennett's Reel"

Side 1.32: "Christmas Eve"

Side 1.33: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 1.34: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Side 2.1: "Devil's Dream"

Side 2.2: "Sugar in the Coffee"

Side 2.3: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 2.4: "Big Creek"

Side 2.5: "Cornfield Reel"

Side 2.6: "Salty Dog"

Side 2.7: "Red Apple Rag"

Side 2.8: "8th of January"

Side 2.9: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 2.10: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.11: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 2.12: "Red Fox Waltz"

Side 2.13: "Wednesday Night Waltz"

Side 2.14: "Ryestraw"

Side 2.15: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.16: "Soldiers' Joy"

Side 2.17: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 2.18: "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"

Side 2.19: "Judge Parker, Take these Shackles Off Me"

Side 2.20: "Fort Smith"

Side 2.21: "Deer Walk"

Side 2.22: "Pig-ankle Rag"

Side 2.23: "Chicken Reel"

Side 2.24: "Lost Goose"

Side 2.25: "St. Louis Jig"

Side 2.26: "Dad's Reel"

Side 2.27: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 2.28: "Irish Washerwoman"

Side 2.29: "Haste to the Wedding"

Side 2.30: "Tom and Jerry"

Side 2.31: "Uncle Joe" and "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2.32: "Girl I Left Behind Me"

Side 2.33: "Walk Along, John"

Side 2.34: "Sheep Shell Corn"

Side 2.35: "Grey Eagle"

Side 2.36: "Jenny Put the Kettle On"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/289

Dewey Balfa, fiddle. Basile, Louisiana. 20 and 21 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/289

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Dewey Balfa, fiddle. Basile, Louisiana. 20 and 21 October 1973.

Side 1.1: Contra dance

Side 1.2: Unknown

Side 1.3: Unknown

Side 1.4: Contra dance (French)

Side 1.5: Contra dance (French)

Side 1.6: Unknown two-step

Side 1.7: Unknown waltz

Side 1.8: Unknown waltz

Side 1.9: Unknown waltz

Side 1.10: Unknown waltz

Side 1.11: "Lake Arthur Stomp" (two-step)

Side 1.12: Unknown two-step

Side 1.13: Unknown

Side 1.14: Unknown

Side 1.15: "B.O Sparkle Waltz"

Side 1.16: Unknown two-step

Side 1.17: Unknown two-step

Side 1.18: "Corrina"

Side 1.19: "Grand Prairie Waltz"

Side 1.20: "Grand Prairie Waltz"

Side 1.21: "Jolié Blond"

Side 1.22: "Jolié Blond"

Side 1.23: "Tell Ma and Pa, Bye" (waltz)

Side 1.24: Unknown

Side 1.25: Unknown waltz

Side 1.26: Unknown waltz

Side 1.27: Unknown waltz

Side 2.1: Unknown waltz

Side 2.2: Unknown two-step

Side 2.3: Unknown waltz

Side 2.4: Unknown waltz

Side 2.5: Unknown waltz

Side 2.6: Unknown waltz

Side 2.7: Unknown

Side 2.8: Unknown waltz

Side 2.9: Unknown waltz

Side 2.10: Unknown waltz

Side 2.11: Unknown two-step

Side 2.12: Unknown

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7132

Glenville 1973. Lester McCumber, Woody Simmons, Lee Triplett, Glen Smith, Ira Mullins, Melvin Wines, Delbert Hughes, Wilson Douglas, Eck Robertson. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7132

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7133

Harvey Ellington. November 1976. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7133

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7134

Sam Pridgin. February 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7134

Audiocassette

Sam Pridgin. February 1977.

Side 1.1: "Mood Indigo"

Side 1.2: "Up the Lazy River"

Side 1.3: "Old Pals"

Side 1.4: "Lady Be Good"

Side 1.5: "It's as in to Tell a Lie"

Side 2.1: "My Blue Heaven"

Side 2.2: "Who's Sorry Now?"

Side 2.3: "I Only Want a Buddy"

Side 2.4: "Sweet Sue"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7135

Harvey Ellington, fiddle, and Sam Pridgin, guitar. 10 February 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7135

Audiocassette

Side 1.1: "Who's Sorry Now?"

Side 1.2: "Sweethearts Forever"

Side 1.3: "Anytime"

Side 1.4: "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart"

Side 1.5: "Old Pals are the Best Pals"

Side 1.6: "Alabama Jubilee"

Side 1.7: "San Antonio Rose"

Side 1.8: "Wabash Blues"

Side 1.9: "My Blue Heaven" (backwards)

Side 2.1: "Mood Indigo"

Side 2.2: "Nobody's Sweetheart"

Side 2.3: "Anna from Indiana"

Side 2.4: "More Pretty Girls Than One"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7136

Shape-note singing. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 6 March 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7136

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7137

Shape-note singing. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 6 March 1977 and 3 April 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7137

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7138

Shape-note singing. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 3 April 1977. Southern Folk Festival, 16 April 1977. St John's Island. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7138

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7140

Fred Cockerham, banjo and fiddle. 9 March 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7140

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7141

Starvin Sam interview, April 1977. Harvey. Woltzer. Orange Blossom Special. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7141

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7142

L.N. Shaw, fiddle. May 1977. Tape 1 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7142

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7143

L.N. Shaw, fiddle. May 1977. Tape 2 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7143

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7144

E.C. Ball and Orna Ball. July 1977. Tape 1 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7144

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7145

E.C. Ball and Orna Ball. July 1977. Tape 2 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7145

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7146

National Folk Festival. Wolftrap Farm, July 1977. Gospel workshop. Carter family workshop. Tape 1 of 3. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7146

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7147

National Folk Festival. Wolftrap Farm, July 1977. Gospel workshop. Tape 2 of 3. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7147

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7148

National Folk Festival. Wolftrap Farm, July 1977. Jimmy Rodgers workshop. Blues, accordion workshop. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7148

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7149

Tommy Jarrell, banjo. 1977. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7149

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7150

Kidd Iovick. New Bern. 13 November 1978. Tape 1 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7150

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7151

Kidd Iovick. New Bern. 13 November 1978. Tape 2 of 2. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7151

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7153

Frank Proffitt, Jr. May 1979. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7153

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7152

Clark Jones. July 1979. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7152

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7154

Frank Proffitt, Jr. 25 May 1980. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7154

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7155

Maggie Hammons and Burl Hammons. 3 September 1980. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7155

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7156

Mike Thompson, Sam Pridgen. 20 December 1980. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7156

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7157

Wilson Senior Citizens. Bryan Bowers. Ry Cooder. April 1981. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7157

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7158

Kenneth Benfield, autoharp. Mooresville, North Carolina. May 1981. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7158

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7159

Frank Proffitt, dulcimer and banjo. 29 October 1982. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7159

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7160

The River Boys. Clark Jones. 1982. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7160

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7162

I. Tompell. Michael Fishback, piano. 20 February 1982. Clark Jones, dulcimer. May 1982. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7162

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7161

Doug Haggar. February 1983. Clark Jones. December 1991. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7161

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7163

John Newton. Clark Jones. January 1994. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7163

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7164

Joe Monhart. Burrell Reed. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7164

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7165

Cyril Stinnett. Jake Elfrits and F.E. Elfrits. Ben Drake. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7165

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7166

Winifred Burchett and Mary Burchett. Ott Wilson. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7166

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7167

Dewey Balfa. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7167

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7168

Delbert Hughes. Mike Humphrey and Pete Humphrey. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7168

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7169

Alva Green. Jake Hughes and Lena Hughes. Pete McMahon. Cleo Persinger. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7169

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7170

Wilson Douglas. Glen Smith. Delbert Hughes. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7170

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7171

Ruth Etting. Fred Astaire. Kevin Delaney. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7171

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7172

C. Jones. S. Pridgen. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7172

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7173

Bill Hicks. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7173

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7174

R. Kramm. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7174

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7175

Jim Mullen. John Waters. Jerry Breslin. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FS-20035/7175

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11842

Emmett Lundy. Doc White. Iveydale, West Virginia. Oscar Wright. Henry Reed. Undated. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.1. Field Recordings." FT-20035/11842

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Emmett Lundy.

Side 1.1: Interview and "Belle of Lexington"

Side 1.2: "Waves on the Ocean"

Side 1.3: "Waves on the Ocean"

Side 1.4: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.5: "Highlander's Farewell"

Side 1.6: "Kiss Waltz"

Doc White. Iveydale, West Virginia.

Side 1.7: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.8: "Elzic's Farewell"

Side 1.9: "Little Rose"

Side 1.10: "Salt River"

Side 1.11: "16 Days in Georgia"

Side 1.12: "Pigeon on the Gate"

Side 1.13: "Tennessee Ramblers"

Side 1.14: Unknown

Side 1.15: "Banjo"

Side 1.16: "Pretty Polly"

Side 1.17: "Black Crow"

Side 1.18: "Shady Grove"

Side 1.19: Unknown

Side 1.20: "Salt River"

Side 1.21: Unknown

Side 1.22: Unknown

Oscar Wright.

Side 1.23: "Rye Straw"

Side 1.24: "Shady Grove"

Side 1.25: "Liza Jane"

Side 1.26: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.27: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.28: "Sugar Hill"

Side 1.29: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.30: "Shaving a Dead Nigger"

Side 1.31: "Shootin' Creek"

Side 1.32: "Stony Point"

Side 1.33: "Shelvin' Rock"

Side 1.34: "Snowbird on the Ashbank"

Side 1.35: "Kitchen Girl"

Side 1.36: "Ducks on the Pond"

Side 1.37: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.38: "Song where the River Shannon Flows"

Henry Reed.

Side 2.1: Unnamed

Side 2.2: "Natchez"

Side 2.3: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.4: fragment

Side 2.5: "The Girl I left Behind Me"

Side 2.6: "Money Music"

Side 2.7: Unknown waltz

Side 2.8: "West Virginia Gals"

Side 2.9: Unknown

Side 2.10: "Lost Indian"

Side 2.11: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 2.12: "The Route"

Side 2.13: "Sweet Sunny South"

Side 2.14: "House Carpenter"

Side 2.15: Unknown

Side 2.16: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 2.17: "Kitchen Girl"

Side 2.18: "Pickyboo"

Side 2.19: "Ducks on the Pond"

Side 2.20: "West Virginia Rag"

Side 2.21: "Alabama Girls"

Side 2.22: "Lake County Blues" and "Haste to the Wedding"

Side 2.23: "The Campbells are Coming"

Side 2.24: "Sandy River Belles"

Side 2.25: "Shooting Creek"

Side 2.26: "Johnson Boys"

Side 2.27: Unknown

Side 2.28: "San Antonio Rose"

Side 2.29: "Schottische"

Side 2.30: "Ragged Bill"

Side 2.31: "Ebeneezer"

Side 2.32: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.33: "Forked Deer"

Side 2.34: "George Booker"

Side 2.35: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 2.36: "Texas"

Side 2.37: "Granny"

Side 2.38: "Bill Cheatham"

Side 2.39: "Money Music"

Side 2.40: Unknown

Side 2.41: "In My Boyhood on the Farm"

Side 2.42: "Bully of the Town"

Side 2.43: "Georgia Camp Meeting"

Side 2.44: "British Field March"

Side 2.45: "Santa Anna's Retreat"

Side 2.46: "Frosty Morning"

Side 2.47: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 2.48: "Salt River"

Side 2.49: "Girl I Left Behind Me"

Side 2.50: Unknown waltz

Side 2.51: "Jump Jim Crow"

Side 2.52: "Shoo Fly"

Side 2.53: "Red Fox"

Side 2.54: "Hog-eyed"

Side 2.55: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 2.56: "Cabin Creek"

Side 2.57: "Little Stream of Whiskey"

Side 2.58: Unknown

Side 2.59: "Polly Put the Kettle On"

Side 2.60: "Susanna Gal"

Side 2.61: "Old Dan Tucker"

Side 2.62: "Cindy"

Side 2.63: "John Brown's Hanging on a Sour Apple Tree"

Side 2.64: high D

Side 2.65: "Jaw Bones"

Side 2.66: Unknown

Side 2.67: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.68: "Kiss Waltz"

Side 2.69: "Clog"

Side 2.70: "Fiddler's Drunk"

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings.

27 items.

Arrangement: 78 rpm recordings owned by Joe Bussard appear first. Subsequent tapes are arranged alphabetically by first artist listed.

Most of these dubbed recordings were originally owned by Joe Bussard. Fiddlin' Bill Henley, Lee Triplett, and Tommy Jarrell are some of the musicians included in this section. Publication information for many of these recordings is available in the additional documentation for this collection.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9670

Dubbed recordings of 78 rpm material owned by Joe Bussard, various artists. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9670

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Side 1.1: "Candy Girl"

Side 1.2: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.3: "Sandy River Belle"

Side 1.4: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 1.5: "Leather Breeches"

Side 1.6: "Grey Eagle"

Side 1.7: "Little Rabbit" and "Rabbit Where's Your Mammy?"

Side 1.8: "Whistling Rufus"

Side 1.9: "Sally Ann"

Side 1.10: "Prettiest Girl in the Country"

Side 1.11: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.12: "Cajun tune"

Side 1.13: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.14: "Green Mountain Polka"

Side 1.15: "Old Molly Hane"

Side 1.16: "Your Blue Eyes Run Me Crazy"

Side 1.17: "Kiss Me Cindy"

Side 1.18: "Cotton Raggin"

Side 1.19: "Ragged Ann"

Side 1.20: "Roscoe Trillion"

Side 1.21: Medley of old time dance tunes

Side 1.22: "Going Down to Cripple Creek"

Side 1.23: "Molly Put the Kettle On"

Side 1.24: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.25: "Indian Creek"

Side 1.26: "White Lightning"

Side 1.27: "Fourteen Daze in Georgia"

Side 2.1: "West Virginia Highway"

Side 2.2: "Old Time Corn Shucking, part 1"

Side 2.3: "Old Time Corn Shucking, part 2"

Side 2.4: "The Road to Washington"

Side 2.5: "Long Eared Mule"

Side 2.6: "Piney Woods Gal"

Side 2.7: "Monroe County Quickstep"

Side 2.8: "Gittin' Upstairs"

Side 2.9: "Sailing on the Ocean"

Side 2.10: "Darned (Sail Away Ladies)"

Side 2.11: "Paddy on the Handcar"

Side 2.12: "When its Springtime in the Rockies"

Side 2.13: "My Wife Died Saturday Night"

Side 2.14: "Shelvin' Rock"

Side 2.15: "Cottonwood Reel"

Side 2.16: "Paddy won't you Drink some Good Old Cider"

Side 2.17: "Greasy String"

Side 2.18: "I Ain't Nobody's Darling"

Side 2.19: "Just Give Me the Leavin's"

Side 2.20: "Big Bend Gal"

Side 2.21: "Deadheads and Suckers"

Side 2.22: "Possum up a Gum Stump"

Side 2.23: "What Sugar Head Licker Will Do"

Side 2.24: "Dinah"

Side 2.25: "Georgia Yellow Hammers"

Side 2.26: "Martha Campbell"

Side 2.27: "The Devil in Georgia"

Side 2.28: "Pretty Little Doggies"

Side 2.29: "The Wandering Cowboy"

Side 2.30: "Roving Cowboy"

Side 2.31: "Boatin Up Sandy"

Side 2.32: "Bug in the Taters"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11847

Dubbed recordings of 78 rpm material owned by Joe Bussard, various artists. Dubbed recordings of 78 rpm material owned by Malcolm Owen's uncle. Texas Gladden and Hobart Smith. Fiddlin' Bill Henley. John Hilt and Arthur Hilt. Lee Triplett. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11847

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Dubbed recordings of 78 rpm material owned by Joe Bussard, various artists.

Side 1.1: "Texas Gals"

Side 1.2: "Wild Hog in the Woods"

Side 1.3: "Jenny on the Railroad"

Side 1.4: "Hard Cider Song"

Side 1.5: "Sugar in my Coffee"

Side 1.6: "Blue-eyed Gal"

Side 1.7: "The Fatal Wedding"

Side 1.8: "Only a Miner"

Side 1.9: "The Fun's All Over"

Side 1.10: "Buck-eyed Rabbit"

Side 1.11: "Going Across the Sea"

Side 1.12: "Shout Lulu"

Side 1.13: "Rambler's March"

Dubbed recordings of 78 rpm material owned by Malcolm Owen's uncle.

Side 1.14: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 1.15: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.16: "Riding on the New River Train"

Side 1.17: Unknown

Texas Gladden and Hobart Smith.

Side 1.18: Ballad

Side 1.19: "Ellen Smith"

Side 1.20: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.21: "Lonesome Road Blues"

Side 1.22: Unknown

Side 1.23: Unknown

Side 1.24: "Down in the Willow Garden"

Fiddlin' Bill Henley.

Side 1.25: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.26: "Nancy Rowland"

Side 1.27: "Scots #2"

Side 1.28: "Georgia Belle"

Side 1.29: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.30: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 1.31: "Grey Eagle"

Side 1.32: "Poppa's Question"

Side 1.33: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.34: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.35: "Georgia Horseshoe"

Side 1.36: "Old Granny Rattletrap"

Side 1.37: "Ida Red"

Side 1.38: "Burke County"

Side 1.39: "Liza Jane"

Side 1.40: "Last Gold Dollar"

Side 1.41: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.42: "Rocky Road to Dublin"

Side 1.43: "Hoppin' John"

Side 1.44: "Hoppin' Lulu"

Side 2.1: "Leather Breeches"

Side 2.2: Unknown

Side 2.3: "Georgia Belle"

Side 2.4: "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 2.5: Unknown

Side 2.6: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.7: "Bugger Man"

John Hilt and Arthur Hilt.

Side 2.8: Unknown

Lee Triplett.

Side 2.9: "Blue-eyed Girl"

Side 2.10: "Old Mother Flanagan"

Side 2.11: "Pretty Little Dog"

Side 2.12: "Devil in Georgia"

Side 2.13: "Diggin' Taters"

Side 2.14: "Dick Stole a Hoecake"

Side 2.15: "Liza Jane"

Side 2.16: "Little Rose"

Side 2.17: "Little Rose"

Side 2.18: Unknown

Side 2.19: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.20: "Durham's Reel"

Side 2.21: "Forky Deer"

Side 2.22: "West Fork Gals"

Side 2.23: "Betty Baker"

Side 2.24: "Paddy on the Pike"

Side 2.25: "Rye Straw"

Side 2.26: "Brown Hand"

Side 2.27: "Turkey in the Straw"

Side 2.28: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.29: "Dick Stole a Hoecake"

Side 2.30: "Round Town Gals"

Side 2.31: "Birdie"

Side 2.32: "Jimmy Johnson"

Side 2.33: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.34: "Boatsman"

Side 2.35: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.36: "Georgia Town"

Side 2.37: "Xmas Evening"

Side 2.38: "Fiddler a Dram"

Side 2.39: "I Don't Love Nobody"

Side 2.40: "Down the Road"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7176

Emory Bailey. John Patterson. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7176

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7177

Dewey Balfa. Eck Robertson. Oscar Harper and Don Harper. Hugh Roden and the Texas Nighthawks. The Fox Chasers. Humphries Brothers. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7177

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11843

Byron Berline with The Dillards. Kenny Baker, A Baker's Dozen. Mountain Banjo Songs and Tunes, various artists. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11843

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Byron Berline with The Dillards.

Side 1.1: "Hamilton County"

Side 1.2: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 1.3: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.4: "Jazz Bow Rag"

Side 1.5: "Apple Blossom"

Side 1.6: "Tom and Jerry"

Side 1.7: "Cotton Patch"

Side 1.8: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 1.9: "Wagoner"

Side 1.10: "Sally Johnson"

Side 1.11: "Crazy Creek"

Side 1.12: "Drunken Billy Goat"

Side 1.13: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 1.14: "Twinkle, Twinkle"

Side 1.15: "Wild John"

Side 1.16: "Soppin' the Gravy"

Kenny Baker, A Baker's Dozen.

Side 1.17: "Johnny the Blacksmith"

Side 1.18: "Shelby Rock"

Side 1.19: "Sam's Tune"

Side 1.20: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 1.21: "Doc Harris the Fisherman"

Side 1.22: "Sail Away Ladies"

Side 1.23: "Greenleaf Breakdown"

Side 1.24: "Cross-eyed Fiddler"

Side 1.25: "Black Mountain Rag"

Side 1.26: "Indian Killed A Woodcock"

Side 1.27: "Denver Belle"

Side 1.28: "Hickman County"

Mountain Banjo Songs and Tunes, various artists.

Side 1.29: "Don't Get Weary Children"

Side 1.30: "Charming Betsy"

Side 1.31: "Coal Creek March"

Side 1.32: "Railroad Bill"

Side 1.33: "American and Spanish Fandango"

Side 1.34: "Cheat 'em"

Side 1.35: "Leather Breeches"

Side 1.36: "Going Back to Jericho"

Side 1.37: "Little Turtle Dove"

Side 1.38: "Shuffle, Feet, Shuffle"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11849

The Cajuns, various artists. Negro Work Songs and Calls, various artists. Blind Boy Fuller, Blues Classics II. Afro-American Blues and Game Songs. Blind Lemon Jefferson, Black Snake Moan. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11849

1/4" Open Reel Audio

The Cajuns, various artists.

Side 1.1: "La Two Step A'Chachin"

Side 1.2: "Crap Shooter's Hop"

Side 1.3: "Pine Island"

Side 1.4: "The Waltz That Carried Me To My Grave"

Side 1.5: "Jolie Petite Blonde"

Side 1.6: "Tu Peu Depend Si Moi"

Side 1.7: "La Breakdown A Pete"

Negro Work Songs and Calls, various artists.

Side 1.8: Unloading Rails

Side 1.9: Tamping Ties

Side 1.10: Heaving the Lead Line

Side 1.11: Mississippi Sounding Call

Side 1.12: Mississippi Sounding Call

Side 1.13: Arwhoolie (Cornfield Holler)

Side 1.14: Quittin' Time Song

Side 1.15: Quittin' Time Song

Side 1.16: Mealtime Call

Side 1.17: "Possum was an Evil Thing"

Side 1.18: "Come on Boys, and Let's Go Huntin'"

Side 1.19: "Old Rattler"

Side 1.20: "Go Down, Old Hannah"

Side 1.21: "Hammer, Ring"

Side 1.22: "I Wonder What's the Matter"

Side 1.23: "Roll 'Im On Down"

Side 1.24: "The Rock Island Line"

Side 1.25: "Track-Lining Song"

Blind Boy Fuller, Blues Classics II.

Side 1.26: "Shake it Baby"

Side 1.27: "Bye Bye Baby Blues"

Side 1.28: "You've Got Something There"

Side 1.29: "Pistol Slapper Blues"

Side 1.30: "Step It Up and Go"

Side 1.31: "Good Feeling Blues"

Side 1.32: "Jitterbug Rag"

Afro-American Blues and Game Songs.

Side 1.33: "I Don't Mind the Weather"

Side 1.34: "Diamond Joe"

Side 1.35: "Joe the Grinder"

Side 1.36: "Another Man Done Gone" and "Boll Weevil Blues"

Side 1.37: "Two White Horses"

Side 1.38: "Country Rag"

Side 1.39: "Shorty George"

Side 1.40: Blues

Side 1.41: Country Blues

Side 1.42: "I Be's Troubled"

Side 2.1: "Lost John" and "Fox Chase"

Side 2.2: "All Hid"

Side 2.3: "Little Girl"

Side 2.4: "Pullin' the Skiff"

Side 2.5: "Old Uncle Rabbit"

Side 2.6: "Sealion Woman"

Side 2.7: "Ain't Gonna Rain No More"

Side 2.8: "Shortenin' Bread"

Side 2.9: "Poor Little Johnny"

Side 2.10: "Go To Sleep"

Side 2.11: "Rosie"

Side 2.12: "Goin' Knock John Booker to the Low Ground"

Side 2.13: "Run, Nigger, Run"

Blind Lemon Jefferson, Black Snake Moan .

Side 2.14: "Mosquito Moan"

Side 2.15: "Southern Woman Blues"

Side 2.16: "Baker Shop Blues"

Side 2.17: "Pneumonia Blues"

Side 2.18: "Long Distance Moan"

Side 2.19: "That Growling Baby Blues"

Side 2.20: "That Black Snake Moan"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11844

The Camp Creek Boys. Clark Kessinger. Joe Greene, Joe Greene's Fiddle Album. Kyle Creed, Blue Ridge Style Square Dance Time . Ben Jarrell and Frank Jenkins. Band Music of Grayson and Carroll Counties. A.C Robertson. John Ashby and The Free State Ramblers. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11844

1/4" Open Reel Audio

The Camp Creek Boys.

Side 1.1: "June Apple"

Side 1.2: "Cider Mill"

Side 1.3: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 1.4: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.5: "Lonesome Road Blues"

Side 1.6: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Side 1.7: "Fortune"

Side 1.8: "Let Me Fall"

Side 1.9: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.10: "Fall on my Knees"

Side 1.11: "Honeysuckle"

Side 1.12: "Suzanna Gal"

Clark Kessinger.

Side 1.13: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 1.14: "Sally Ann Johnson"

Side 1.15: "Red Bird"

Side 1.16: "Salt River"

Side 1.17: "East Tennessee Blues"

Side 1.18: "Chinky Pan"

Side 1.19: "Flop-eared Mule"

Side 1.20: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 1.21: "Turkey Kabob"

Side 1.22: "Leather Britches"

Side 1.23: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.24: "Give the Fiddler a Dram"

Side 1.25: "Wednesday Night Waltz"

Side 1.26: "Sandy River"

Side 1.27: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 1.28: "Sally Goodwin"

Side 1.29: "Richmond Polka"

Side 1.30: "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Side 1.31: "Rose of my Heart Waltz"

Side 1.32: "Bitter Creek"

Side 1.33: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.34: "Lost Indian"

Joe Greene, Joe Greene's Fiddle Album .

Side 1.35: "Daley's Reel"

Side 1.36: "Cattle in the Corn"

Side 1.37: "Katy Hill"

Side 1.38: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 1.39: "Turkey Buzzard"

Side 2.1: "Salt River"

Side 2.2: "Dusty Miller"

Side 2.3: "Grey Eagle"

Kyle Creed, Blue Ridge Style Square Dance Time .

Side 2.4: "Rocky Mountain"

Side 2.5: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.6: "Alabama Gals"

Side 2.7: "Goodbye Liza Jane"

Side 2.8: "Roscoe"

Side 2.9: "Richmond"

Side 2.10: "Wooden Indian"

Side 2.11: "Bill Cheatham"

Ben Jarrell and Frank Jenkins.

Side 2.12: "John Brown's Dream"

Side 2.13: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.14: "The Sweet Sunny South"

Side 2.15: "Wandering Boy"

Side 2.16: "Lonesome Road Blues"

Side 2.17: "Yellow Rose of Texas"

Side 2.18: "Richmond Cotillion"

Band Music of Grayson and Carroll Counties .

Side 2.19: "Walkin' in the Parlor"

Side 2.20: "Jenny Put the Kettle On"

Side 2.21: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2.22: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.23: "John Lover is Gone"

Side 2.24: "Sally Ann"

Side 2.25: "Jesse James"

A.C Robertson.

Side 2.26: "Sally Gooden"

John Ashby and The Free State Ramblers.

Side 2.27: "8th of January"

Side 2.28: "Sally Ann"

Side 2.29: "Rattlesnake Bit the Baby"

Side 2.30: "Liberty"

Side 2.31: "Dance All Night"

Side 2.32: "Lady of the Lake"

Side 2.33: "Ashby's Breakdown"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11845

French Carpenter. John Summers, Fine Times at Our House . American Fiddle Tunes from The Archive of Folk Song . Fiddle Contests in Weiser, Idaho and Missoula, Montana . Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley's . The McGee Brothers and Arthur Smith, Milk 'em in the Evening Blues. Cousin Cecil Brower, Old Fashioned Country Hoedown . Hell Broke Loose in Georgia. Charlie Poole and The N.C. Ramblers. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11845

1/4" Open Reel Audio

French Carpenter.

Side 1.1: "Elzics Farewell"

Side 1.2: "Shelvin' Rock"

Side 1.3: "Old Christmas Morning"

Side 1.4: "Forked Deer"

Side 1.5: "Camp Chase"

Side 1.6: "Wild Horse"

Side 1.7: "Yew Piney Mountain"

John Summers, Fine Times at Our House.

Side 1.8: Unnamed tune

Side 1.9: "The Cuckoo's Nest"

Side 1.10: "Sherman's Retreat"

Side 1.11: "Fine Times at Our House"

Side 1.12: "Rye Straw"

Side 1.13: "The Same Time Today As It Was Yesterday"

American Fiddle Tunes from The Archive of Folk Song .

Side 1.14: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.15: "The Drunken Hiccups"

Side 1.16: "Run Nigger Run"

Side 1.17: "The Ways of the World"

Side 1.18: "Old Dad"

Side 1.19: "The Hog-eyed Man"

Side 1.20: "Ricketts Hornpipe"

Side 1.21: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.22: "Haste to the Wedding"

Side 1.23: "Buffalo Gals"

Side 1.24: "Grub Springs"

Side 1.25: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.26: "Natchez Under the Hill"

Side 1.27: "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 1.28: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Side 1.29: "French Four"

Side 1.30: "Quadrille"

Side 1.31: "Two-Step Schottische"

Side 1.32: "Highland Fling"

Side 1.33: "The Wind That Shakes the Barley"

Side 1.34: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 1.35: "The Maid of Kildare"

Side 1.36: "Money Musk"

Side 1.37: "Haste to the Wedding"

Side 1.38: "Perry's Victory"

Side 1.39: "Hull's Victory"

Side 1.40: "Bummer's Reel"

Side 1.41: "Wake Up Susan"

Fiddle Contests in Weiser, Idaho and Missoula, Montana .

Side 1.42: "Bill Cheatham"

Side 1.43: "Lost Indian"

Side 1.44: "Sally Johnson"

Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley's.

Side 1.45: "I'm Going Back to Jericho"

Side 1.46: "Maggie Walker Blues"

Side 1.47: "Handsome Molly"

Side 1.48: "Sally Ann"

Side 1.49: "Reuben"

Side 1.50: "East Tennessee Blues"

Side 1.51: "Claude Allen"

Side 1.52: "The Richmond Blues"

The McGee Brothers and Arthur Smith, Milk 'em in the Evening Blues .

Side 2.1: "Milk 'em in the Evening Blues"

Side 2.2: "Late Last Night"

Side 2.3: "Keep a Light in your Window Tonight"

Side 2.4: "Uncle Buddy"

Side 2.5: "Lafayette"

Side 2.6: "Drummer Boy"

Side 2.7: "Easy Rider"

Side 2.8: "Chinese Breakdown"

Side 2.9: "Dance All Night with a Bottle in your Hand"

Side 2.10: "Whistling Rufus"

Side 2.11: "Sally Johnson"

Side 2.12: "I've Had a Big Time Tonight"

Side 2.13: "Single-Footing Horse"

Side 2.14: "Widow Hale"

Side 2.15: "Charming Bill"

Side 2.16: "Milk Cow Blues"

Side 2.17: "Memphis Blues"

Side 2.18: "Boogie"

Side 2.19: "Amos Johnson Rag"

Side 2.20: "Redwing"

Side 2.21: "Under the Double Eagle"

Side 2.22: "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down"

Side 2.23: "Evening Shade"

Side 2.24: "Pig at Home in the Pen"

Side 2.25: "Peacock Rag"

Cousin Cecil Brower, Old Fashioned Country Hoedown .

Side 2.26: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.27: "Dusty Miller"

Side 2.28: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.29: "8th of January"

Hell Broke Loose in Georgia.

Side 2.30: "Four-Cent Cotton"

Side 2.31: "Diamond Joe"

Side 2.32: "Katy Did"

Side 2.33: "Arkansas Traveler"

Side 2.34: "Don't You Cry My Honey"

Side 2.35: "Christmas Time Will Soon Be Over"

Charlie Poole and The N.C. Ramblers.

Side 2.36: "If I Lose, Let Me Lose"

Side 2.37: "One Moonlight Night"

Side 2.38: "Monkey on a String"

Side 2.39: "Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister?"

Side 2.40: "It's Movin' Day"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7189

Alf Edwards, Art of the Concertina . #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7189

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7179

Uncle Charlie Higgins with The Buck Mountain Band. N.H. Mills. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7179

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7180

T.L. Fuller. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7180

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9660

Traditional Music from Grayson and Carroll Counties , various artists. Band Music of Grayson and Carroll Counties , various artists. Joe Caudill. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9660

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Traditional Music from Grayson and Carroll Counties .

Side 1.1: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 1.2: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.3: "Polly Put the Kettle On"

Side 1.4: "Ida Red"

Side 1.5: "Dev'lish Mary"

Side 1.6: "Old Jimmy Sutton"

Side 1.7: "Fire on the Mountain"

Side 1.8: "Old Ruby"

Side 1.9: "Little Love"

Side 1.10: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.11: "Poor Ellen Smith"

Side 1.12: "Mississippi Sawyers"

Side 1.13: "Pretty Polly"

Side 1.14: "Katy Cline"

Side 1.15: "Cindy"

Side 1.16: "Groundhog"

Side 1.17: "Hell Among the Yearlings"

Side 1.18: "Sugar Hill"

Side 1.19: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 1.20: "Johnson Boys"

Side 1.21: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.22: "Fortune"

Side 1.23: "Pretty Little Willow"

Side 2.1: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.2: "Old Jimmy Sutton"

Band Music of Grayson and Carroll Counties, various artists.

Side 2.3: "Blackberry Blossom"

Side 2.4: "Skip to my Lou"

Side 2.5: "John Hardy"

Side 2.6: "Cotton-eye Joe"

Side 2.7: "Train on the Island"

Side 2.8: "8th of January"

Side 2.9: "Jesse James"

Joe Caudill.

Side 2.10: "Sally Ann"

Side 2.11: "Black-eyed Susan"

Side 2.12: Unknown

Side 2.13: "Fall on my Knees"

Side 2.14: Unknown

Side 2.15: "Ducks on the Millpond"

Side 2.16: "Susanna Gal"

Side 2.17: "Sugar Hill"

Side 2.18: "Down the Road"

Side 2.19: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 2.20: "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 2.21: "West Virginia Farewell"

Side 2.22: "Wild Horse" and "Old Dad"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7181

Oscar Harper. Smith's Garage Fiddle Band. Milner and Curtis. F. Hendley and the Carolina Tar Heels. Dilly and his Dill Pickles. Luke Highnight. Arkansas Charlie. John Summers. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7181

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7182

Dick Hutchison. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7182

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7187

Frosty Lamb. Cleo Persinger. "Casey" Jones. Cyril Stinnett. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7187

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7183

Al McCanless. Alan Jabbour. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7183

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7184

N. H. Mills. Glen Smith. French Carpenter. Norman Edmonds. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7184

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11851

Charlie Poole. Grayson and Whitter. Uncle Dave Macon. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11851

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Charlie Poole. Grayson and Whitter. Uncle Dave Macon.

Side 1.1: "White House Blues"

Side 1.2: "Sweet Sunny South"

Side 1.3: "Shootin' Creek"

Side 1.4: "He Rambled"

Side 1.5: "The Letter that Never Came"

Side 1.6: "Sweet Sixteen"

Side 1.7: "Leaving Home"

Side 1.8: "Took My Gal A-Walkin'"

Side 1.9: "Ramblin' Blues"

Side 1.10: "Mountain Reel"

Side 1.11: "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down"

Side 1.12: "Take a Drink On Me"

Side 1.13: "Flop-eared Mule"

Grayson and Whitter.

Side 1.14: "Handsome Molly"

Side 1.15: "He Is Coming to Us Dead"

Side 1.16: "Short Life of Trouble"

Side 2.1: "Ommie Wise"

Side 2.2: "Where Are You Going Alice?"

Side 2.3: "I've Always Been a Rambler"

Side 2.4: "I Saw a Man at the Close of the Day"

Side 2.5: "Joking Henry"

Side 2.6: "Nine Pound Hammer"

Side 2.7: "What You Gonna Do With the Baby?"

Side 2.8: "Don't Go Out Tonight My Darling"

Side 2.9: "Dark Road is a Hard Road to Travel"

Uncle Dave Macon.

Side 2.10: "Sail Away Ladies"

Side 2.11: "Grey Cat on the Tennessee Farm"

Side 2.12: "Rabbit in the Patch"

Side 2.13: "Rock About My Sarah Jane"

Side 2.14: "Going Across the Ocean"

Side 2.15: "Governor Al Smith"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7185

Sam Pridgen, Stardust. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7185

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9659

Old Time Fiddle Classics, various artists. A Fiddler's Convention in Mountain City, Tennessee, various artists. John Ashby. Charlie Poole. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9659

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Old Time Fiddle Classics, various artists.

Side 1.1: "Forky Deer"

Side 1.2: "Paddy on the Handcar"

Side 1.3: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.4: "Old Molly Hare"

Side 1.5: "Last Days in Georgia"

Side 1.6: "Texas Wagoner"

Side 1.7: "Pike's Peak"

Side 1.8: "Mineola Rag"

Side 1.9: "Fiddlin' Doc Roberts"

Side 1.10: "Citaco"

Side 1.11: "Salt River"

Side 1.12: "8th of January"

A Fiddler's Convention in Mountain City, Tennessee , various artists.

Side 1.13: "Tennessee Breakdown"

Side 1.14: "Old John Hardy"

Side 1.15: "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down"

Side 1.16: "Boatin' Up Sandy"

Side 1.17: "Roll on Buddy"

Side 2.1: Unknown

Side 2.2: "Paddy on the Turnpike"

Side 2.3: "Hell Bound for Alabama"

Side 2.4: "Blue-eyed Girl"

Side 2.5: "Never Be As Fat As I Have Been"

Side 2.6: "Buck-eyed Rabbits"

Side 2.7: "Dark Holler Blues"

Side 2.8: "Tennessee Mountain Fox Chase"

John Ashby.

Side 2.9: "Free State Hornpipe"

Side 2.10: "Tom and Jerry"

Side 2.11: "Broad Run Picnic"

Charlie Poole.

Side 2.12: "Wild Horse"

Side 2.13: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.14: "There'll Come a Time"

Side 2.15: "If the River Was Whiskey"

Side 2.16: "Bill Mason"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7186

Rhododendron, Under the Magnolia . #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7186

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11854

Sister Edith's Acadian Heritage: 16 French Songs . #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11854

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11850

Fiddling from the Library of Congress, various artists. Emmett Lundy. Marion Reese. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11850

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Fiddling from the Library of Congress, various artists.

Side 1.1: "Silver Strand"

Side 1.2: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.3: "Dolly"

Side 1.4: "Callahan"

Side 1.5: "Piney Ridge"

Side 1.6: "The Ways of the World"

Side 1.7: "Run Nigger Run"

Side 1.8: Unknown

Side 1.9: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Side 1.10: Unknown

Side 1.11: Unknown

Side 1.12: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 1.13: Unknown

Side 1.14: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.15: "Sally Goodin"

Side 1.16: Unknown

Side 1.17: "Adeline"

Side 1.18: "Sliding Jenny"

Side 1.19: "Arkansas Traveler"

Side 1.20: Unknown

Side 1.21: Unknown

Side 1.22: Unknown

Side 1.23: "Black-eyed Susie"

Side 1.24: "Hog-eyed Man"

Side 1.25: Unknown

Side 1.26: Unknown

Side 1.27: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.28: "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 1.29: Unknown

Side 1.30: Unknown

Side 1.31: Unknown

Side 1.32: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 1.33: "Leather Breeches"

Side 1.34: "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Side 1.35: "Last of Callahan"

Side 1.36: "Last of Sizemore"

Side 1.37: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.38: Unknown

Side 1.39: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.40: Unknown

Side 1.41: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.42: Unknown

Side 1.43: "Cripple Creek"

Side 1.44: "Cold Frosty Morning"

Side 1.45: "Bragg's Retreat"

Side 1.46: "Hog-eye"

Side 1.47: Unknown

Side 1.48: "Soapsuds Over the Fence"

Side 1.49: "Soldier's Joy"

Side 1.50: "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Side 1.51: "Texas Wagoner"

Side 1.52: Unknown

Side 1.53: Unknown

Side 1.54: "Devil's Dream"

Side 1.55: Unknown

Side 1.56: "Xmas Time in the Morning"

Side 1.57: "Pound Cake and Sugar"

Side 1.58: "Ryestraw"

Side 1.59: "Roving Cowboy"

Side 2.1: Unknown

Side 2.2: "Young Rovers"

Side 2.3: "Mingo County Blues"

Side 2.4: Unknown

Side 2.5: "Cotton #2"

Side 2.6: "Black-eyed Susie"

Side 2.7: "Old Miss Sally"

Side 2.8: "Grub Springs"

Side 2.9: "Long-eared Mule"

Side 2.10: "Tom and Jerry"

Side 2.11: "Pretty Little Gal All Around the Town"

Side 2.12: "Farewell to Whiskey"

Side 2.13: "Farewell to Whiskey"

Side 2.14: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.15: "Ragtime Annie"

Side 2.16: "Flop-eared Mule"

Side 2.17: "The Unfortunate Dog"

Side 2.18: "Cacklin' Hen"

Emmett Lundy.

Side 2.19: Waltz

Side 2.20: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 2.21: "Drunken Hiccups"

Side 2.22: "Highlander's Farewell"

Side 2.23: "Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 2.24: "Piney Woods Gal"

Side 2.25: "The Lost Girl"

Side 2.26: "The Wild Goose Chase"

Side 2.27: "The Wild Goose Chase"

Side 2.28: "Julie Ann Johnson"

Side 2.29: "Julie Ann Johnson"

Side 2.30: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.31: "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Side 2.32: "Flatwoods"

Side 2.33: "Evening Star Waltz"

Side 2.34: "Sugar Hill"

Side 2.35: Waltz

Side 2.36: Unknown

Side 2.37: "Darkey's Wakening"

Side 2.38: Unknown

Side 2.39: Unknown

Side 2.40: Waltz

Side 2.41: "Three Nights Drunk"

Marion Reese.

Side 2.42: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 2.43: "Groundhog"

Side 2.44: "Liza Jane"

Side 2.45: Unknown

Side 2.46: Unknown

Side 2.47: "Groundhog"

Side 2.48: "Ida Red"

Side 2.49: "Old Joe Clark"

Side 2.50: "Sally Goodin"

Side 2.51: Unknown

Side 2.52: "Cripple Creek"

Side 2.53: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.54: "Arkansas Traveler"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11846

Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers. Benny Thomasson, Country Fiddling from the Big State . Echoes of the Ozarks, vol. 2. Echoes of the Ozarks, vol. 3.Uncle Wade. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11846

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers.

Side 1.1: "Run Nigger Run"

Side 1.2: "Sleeping Lulu"

Side 1.3: "Settin' in the Chimney Jamb"

Side 1.4: "Uncle Bud"

Side 1.5: "John Henry"

Side 1.6: "I'm Satisfied"

Side 1.7: "Pass Around the Bottle and We'll All Take a Drink"

Side 1.8: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.9: "Roll 'Em on the Ground"

Side 1.10: "Slow Buck"

Side 1.11: "Keep Your Gal at Home"

Side 1.12: "Watermelon on the Vine"

Side 1.13: "Ryestraw"

Side 1.14: "Tanner's Boarding House"

Side 1.15: "Flatwoods"

Side 1.16: "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 1.17: "Rocky Pallet"

Side 1.18: "Shortenin' Bread"

Side 1.19: "Hell Broke Loose in Georgia"

Side 1.20: "Dixie"

Side 1.21: "Watermelon on the Vine"

Side 1.22: "Ride Old Buck to Water"

Side 1.23: "Liberty"

Side 1.24: "Broken Down Gambler"

Side 1.25: "Bully of the Town"

Side 1.26: "Night in a Blind Tiger"

Side 1.27: "Run Nigger Run"

Side 1.28: "Pretty Little Widow"

Benny Thomasson, Country Fiddling from the Big State .

Side 1.29: "Dry and Dusty"

Side 1.30: "Bumblebee on the Gourd Vine"

Side 1.31: "Midnight on the Water"

Side 1.32: "Lost Indian"

Echoes of the Ozarks, vol. 2.

Side 2.1: "Rattler Treed a Possum"

Side 2.2: "Ft. Smith Breakdown"

Side 2.3: "Where the Irish Potatoes Grow"

Side 2.4: "Ten Cent Piece"

Side 2.5: "I'm Going to Leave Old Arkansas"

Side 2.6: "Kansas City Reel"

Side 2.7: "There's No Hell In Georgia"

Side 2.8: "Flying Engine"

Side 2.9: "Going Down the River"

Side 2.10: "Drunkard's Hiccoughs"

Side 2.11: "Saturday Night Waltz"

Side 2.12: "Shortenin' Bread"

Echoes of the Ozarks, vol. 3.

Side 2.13: "Nancy Rowland"

Side 2.14: "Greenback Dollar"

Side 2.15: "My Ozark Mountain Home"

Side 2.16: "Rabbit Up a Gum Stump"

Side 2.17: "Echoes of the Ozarks"

Side 2.18: "Liza Jane"

Side 2.19: "Robinson County"

Side 2.20: "Davy, Davy"

Side 2.21: "Corn Dodger Special"

Side 2.22: "Old Jaw Bone"

Side 2.23: "Indian War Whoop"

Side 2.24: "I'm Sad and Blue"

Side 2.25: "Seneca Square Dance"

Side 2.26: "Cotton-eyed Joe"

Uncle Wade.

Side 2.27: "Billy in the Lowground"

Side 2.28: "Nancy Blevins"

Side 2.29: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 2.30: "Chicken Reel"

Side 2.31: "Ida Red"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/11848

Texas Farewell, various artists. A Collection of Mountain Songs, various artists. Fiddling John Carson. Old Love Songs and Ballads , various artists. The Cajuns, various artists. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/11848

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Texas Farewell, various artists.

Side 1.1: "Texas Quick Step"

Side 1.2: "Bull at the Wagon"

Side 1.3: "Sally Johnson"

Side 1.4: "Arkansas Traveler"

Side 1.5: "Sally Johnson"

Side 1.6: "Texas Farewell"

Side 1.7: "Great Big Taters"

Side 1.8: "Dallas Band"

Side 1.9: "The Fatal Wedding"

Side 1.10: "Babe"

Side 1.11: "Beaumont Rag"

Side 1.12: "Three In One Two Step"

A Collection of Mountain Songs, various artists.

Side 1.13: "Sandy River Belle"

Side 1.14: "Careless Love"

Side 1.15: "Groundhog"

Side 1.16: "I'll Rise When the Rooster Crows"

Side 1.17: "All Night Long Blues"

Side 1.18: "George Washington"

Side 1.19: "Your Low Down Dirty Ways"

Side 1.20: "Milwaukee Blues"

Side 1.21: "Big Ball in Memphis"

Side 1.22: "In the Shadow of the Fine"

Side 1.23: "Wish I had Stayed in the Wagon Yard"

Side 1.24: "The Preacher Got Drunk and Laid His Bible Down"

Fiddling John Carson.

Side 1.25: "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane"

Side 1.26: "There's A Hard Time Coming"

Side 1.27: "It's a Shame to Whip Your Wife on Sunday"

Side 1.28: "The Old Hen Cackled and the Rooster's Gonna Crow"

Side 1.29: "The Bachelor's Hall"

Side 1.30: "Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Licker Gives Out"

Side 1.31: "The Smoke Goes Out the Chimney Just the Same"

Side 1.32: "Georgia 3 Dollar Tag"

Side 2.1: "Do Round My Lindy"

Side 2.2: "The Honest Farmer"

Side 2.3: "Gonna Swing on the Golden Gate"

Side 2.4: "Cornlicker and Barbecue"

Side 2.5: "I'm Nine Hundred Miles From Home"

Side 2.6: "I'm Glad My Wife's in Europe"

Side 2.7: "Sugar in the Gourd"

Side 2.8: "Engineer on the Mogull"

Old Love Songs and Ballads, various artists.

Side 2.9: "Pretty Sand"

Side 2.10: "Fine Sally"

Side 2.11: "Juba"

Side 2.12: "Neighbor Girl"

Side 2.13: "The Soldier Travelling from the North"

Side 2.14: "The Sailor Being Tired"

Side 2.15: "Hick's Farewell"

Side 2.16: "In Zepo Town"

Side 2.17: "Don't You Remember"

Side 2.18: "Awake, Awake"

Side 2.19: "Love Has Brought Me To Despair"

Side 2.20: "Conversation With Death"

Side 2.21: "Johnny Dial"

Side 2.22: "Machie Groves"

The Cajuns, various artists.

Side 2.23: "La Two-step A Erby"

Side 2.24: "Si Tu Voudrot Marriez Avec Moi"

Side 2.25: "Cajun Crawl"

Side 2.26: "Te Ma Lessa Jolie Blond"

Side 2.27: "Lafayette"

Side 2.28: "'Rang 'Tang Bully"

Side 2.29: "Tu Peu Pas Ma Retter De Revere"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20035/7188

Willard Watson. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FS-20035/7188

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20035/9669

The Watson Family. The Music of Roscoe Holcomb and Wade Ward . Hobart Smith. Rufus Crisp. Ernest V. Stoneman and the Dixie Mountaineers. The Bogtrotters. Dez King, King of the Country Fiddlers. #20035, Subseries: "1.2.2. Dubbed Recordings." FT-20035/9669

1/4" Open Reel Audio

The Watson Family.

Side 1.1: "Groundhog"

Side 1.2: "Everyday Dirt"

Side 1.3: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 1.4: "The House Carpenter"

Side 1.5: "I'm Troubled"

Side 1.6: "Your Long Journey"

Side 1.7: "When I Die"

Side 1.8: "The Train That Carried My Girl From Town"

Side 1.9: "Down the Road"

Side 1.10: "The Lone Pilgrim"

Side 1.11: "Texas Gales" and "Blackberry Rag"

Side 1.12: "Darling Cory"

Side 1.13: "The Triplett Tragedy"

Side 1.14: "Muddy Roads"

Side 1.15: "The Lost Soul"

The Music of Roscoe Holcomb and Wade Ward .

Side 1.16: "Peach Bottom Creek"

Side 1.17: "Uncle Eef Got a Coon"

Side 1.18: "The Mississippi Sawyer"

Side 1.19: "Sourwood Mountain"

Side 1.20: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 1.21: "Old Jimmy Sutton"

Side 1.22: "New River Train"

Side 1.23: "Long Prairie"

Side 1.24: "Little Sadie"

Side 1.25: "Mississippi Sawyers"

Side 1.26: "Arkansas Traveller"

Side 1.27: "Half-shaved"

Side 1.28: "Old Reuben"

Side 1.29: "Sally Ann"

Side 1.30: "Cluck Old Hen"

Side 1.31: "Waterbound"

Side 1.32: "Moonshiner"

Side 1.33: "Old Smokey"

Side 1.34: "Little Grey Mule"

Side 1.35: "Little Birdie"

Side 1.36: "Graveyard Blues"

Side 1.37: "Man of Constant Sorrow"

Side 1.38: "The Rising Sun"

Side 1.39: "Trouble in Mind"

Side 1.40: "Hills of Mexico"

Side 1.41: "True Love"

Hobart Smith.

Side 1.42: "Soldiers Joy"

Side 1.43: "Peg and Awl"

Side 1.44: "Soldiers Joy"

Side 2.1: "Bonaparte's Retreat"

Side 2.2: "Cuckoo Bird"

Side 2.3: "Columbus Stockade"

Side 2.4: "Uncloudy Day"

Side 2.5: "The Devil and the Farmer's Wife"

Side 2.6: "Sitting on Top of the World"

Side 2.7: "Short Life of Trouble"

Rufus Crisp.

Side 2.8: "Shout Little Lulie"

Side 2.9: "Blue-eyed Girl"

Side 2.10: "Trouble on my Mind"

Side 2.11: "Ball and Chain"

Side 2.12: "Cumberland Gap"

Side 2.13: "Shady Grove"

Side 2.14: "Old Joe Clark" and "Sourwood Man"

Side 2.15: "Fall, Fall, Build me a Boat"

Side 2.16: "Farewell to Old Beaver"

Side 2.17: "Walk Light Ladies"

Side 2.18: "Bluegoose"

Side 2.19: "Sourwood Mountain," "Do, Little Bobby," "Shoofly," and "Brighter Day"

Ernest V. Stoneman and the Dixie Mountaineers.

Side 2.20: "Once I Had a Fortune"

Side 2.21: "Hop Light Ladies"

Side 2.22: "Old Maid and the Burglar"

Side 2.23: "Sally Goodin"

The Bogtrotters.

Side 2.24: "Old Jimmy Sutton"

Side 2.25: "Shoofly"

Side 2.26: "Sugar Hill"

Side 2.27: "Piney Woods Girl of North Carolina"

Side 2.28: "Who Broke the Lock"

Dez King, King of the Country Fiddlers .

Side 2.29: "Little France"

Side 2.30: "Durang's Hornpipe"

Side 2.31: "Devil's Dream"

Side 2.32: "St Anne's Reel"

Side 2.33: "Dez's Reel"

Side 2.34: "Rambler's Hornpipe"

Side 2.35: "Fern's Rolling Pin"

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5 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Notebooks used by Delaney to document the recording of the artists in this collection. They contain track listings for various recordings, and personal information about some of the artists. Also included are some stories and anecdotes about fiddlers and fiddling competitions. In some cases, Delaney included personal reactions to the interviews he conducted with some of the musicians. Materials in this series are photocopies of original notebooks retained by Kevin Delaney.

Folder 1

Notebook, August 1971-8 September 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.3. Notebooks." Folder 1

Notes and track listings for various Irish musicians and dubs of Irish material.

Folder 2

Notebook, 31 July 1972-13 December 1972. #20035, Subseries: "1.3. Notebooks." Folder 2

Notes and track listings for several Irish artists. Also a separate section at the end with chord structures, musical notations, and notes/track listings for several musicians from North Carolina and Washington, D.C.

Folder 3

Notebook, 13 September 1973-20 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.3. Notebooks." Folder 3

Notes, stories, track listings, and chord progressions used for several musicians from West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Also track listings from various dubs of previously recorded material. Includes a section on Irish musicians towards the end, along with track listings for dubs of Irish material.

Folder 4

Notebook, 13 September 1973-20 October 1973. #20035, Subseries: "1.3. Notebooks." Folder 4

Track listings and extensive biographical notes for midwest and southeast musicians. Also some track listings and notes towards the end on Irish musicians. Resembles Notebook 3, but has slightly different information.

Folder 5

Notebook, February 1977-July 1987. #20035, Subseries: "1.3. Notebooks." Folder 5

Notes and track listings about various live performances and festivals in the southeast. Also various track listings towards the end for pop, jazz, blues, gospel, and children's music.

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10 items.

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3 items.

Posters collected by Delaney. Included is a one that was probably torn from a musical score and an advertisement for a performance.

Oversize Paper OP-20035/1

"Old Black Joe" arranged by J. W. Turner #20035, Subseries: "2.1. Posters" OP-20035/1

Oversize Paper OP-20035/2

Bob Nichols' Disco Stereo #20035, Subseries: "2.1. Posters" OP-20035/2

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20035/1

Roberts Brothers Circus #20035, Subseries: "2.1. Posters" XOP-20035/1

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Processing Information

Processed by: Benn Joseph, February 2005

Encoded by: Benn Joseph, March 2005, and Emily Jack, March 2006

Revised by: James McGlothlin 2008

Revised by: Anne Wells, March 2016

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