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John Morgan Salyer [sound recording] : Eastern Kentucky's legendary fiddler, home recordings 1941-1942, vol. 1.

Author/Creator:
Salyer, John M. (John Morgan) , Performer
Publication:
Berea, Ky : Appalachian Center, Berea College, c1993, 2006.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 sound disc (65 min. 28 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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Subjects:
Salyer, John M. (John Morgan).
Folk music -- Appalachian Region, Southern.
Fiddle tunes -- Kentucky.
Banjo music -- Kentucky.
Banjoists -- Kentucky -- Magoffin County.
Old-time music.
Contents:
Jenny get around (2:10)
Last of Harris (2:18)
Vance no more (2:12)
Indian ate the woodchuck (2:32)
Lost boy (2:34)
Love somebody (2:24)
Speed of the plow (1:55)
Gilda Roy (2:45)
Big eared mule (1:11)
William Riley (1:49)
Sooka Flanagan (2:02)
Lonesome John (2:22)
Muddy Creek (2:14)
Bill Brown (1:37)
Rose in the mountain (2:26)
Jack Wilson (2:08)
Barlow knife (2:28)
Flanders' dream (2:01)
Featherbed (2:31)
Duck river (2:25)
Brad Walters (2:09)
Old hen crackled (2:47)
Rocky island (2:01)
Polly Grand (2:25)
Lacy Brown (2:21)
Napoleon's retreat (1:10)
Jeff Sturgeon (2:30)
Little Bobby (2:05)
Sallie Cooper (1:14)
Lost girl (2:42).
Participant:
John Morgan Salyer, fiddle, banjo.
Notes:
Compact disc.
"A rare legacy of oldtime fiddle and banjo music played by one of the best mountain musicians of all time."--Container insert.
"Original home disc recordings made in Salyersville, Kentucky 1941-9142 by Grover Salyer."-- Container insert.
Derived from the 1992 cassette tapes.
30 archival recordings, Appalachian Center AC003--Container insert.
Contributor:
Berea College. Appalachian Center.
OCLC:
70863298