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Berea Sound Archives - Alan Jabbour Kentucky Fiddle Tune Transcriptions
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Selected fiddle tune transcriptions with original source recordings.
Tags: appalachian region, old-time, primary sources, traditional
Berea Sound Archives - Fiddle Tunes Guide
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
A guide to Berea College Sound Archives fiddle tune collections and resources.
Tags: appalachian region, old-time, primary sources, traditional
Berea Sound Archives - Jean Ritchie and Berea College
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
A contextual essay with archival audio and video, discography, and bibliography of the Kentucky born folksinger, composer, collector, and scholar Jean Ritchie.
Tags: digital collections, primary sources, traditional
Berea Sound Archives - Jim Smoak: A "Hidden Figure" of American Banjo Music
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
A collection and oral history of 3-finger style bluegrass banjo player Jim Smoak by 2013 Appalachian Sound Archive Fellow Joe O'Connell.
Tags: appalachian region, digital collections, primary sources
Berea Sound Archives - Kentucky Old-Time Fiddler: Hiram Stamper
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
Hiram Stamper (1893-1992) is one of the many older generation Kentucky fiddlers documented in Hutchins Library's sound recordings collections.
Tags: appalachian region, old-time, primary sources, traditional
Berea Sound Archives - North Carolina Banjo Traditions: J. Roy Stalcup
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
Western North Carolina banjo player, J. Roy Stalcup (1903-1990) is one of the many older generation Appalachian musicians documented in Hutchins Library's sound recordings collections. Text edited by Harry Rice from Lee Knight’s articles.
Tags: appalachian region, old-time, primary sources, traditional
Berea Sound Archvies - Berea's Rhythm and Roots
by John Bondurant - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
An online companion to the "Berea's Rhythm & Roots" exhibit in Hutchins Library.
Tags: american history, appalachian region, music, old-time, primary sources, traditional
Primary Sources
by Anne Chase, Ed Poston - Last Updated Jun 20, 2014
Primary sources are documents, artifacts, or data created during the specific time period being studied.
Tags: humanities, liberal arts, library science, primary sources, reference, research