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Banjo music

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Appalachian-Scottish and Irish Studies Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-326
Arrangement The collection is divided into five series as follows: Series 1, Course Materials, 1976-97 and undated; Series 2, Student Papers/Projects, 1988-95 and undated; Series 3, Photographs, 1988-97 and undated; Series 4, Audio Recordings, 1957-97 and undated; and Series 5, Video Recordings, 1987-94 and undated. Collection materials are arranged chronologically within series. Undated materials are filed first, followed by dated material. The sequence of box numbers begins over with each series.

Joe Bethancourt Collection

 Collection — Other 1 packet
Identifier: AppMs-474
Arrangement The collection is arranged alphabetically in a single series.

Barbara McDermitt Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 500-AppMs 134
Arrangement The photographs are shelved in the photograph storage area according to accession number, while the tapes are stored in the audiovisual storage area, according to accession number. The reports on the field trip tapes are shelved with the tapes.

Thomas G. Burton-Ambrose N. Manning Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-25
Scope and Contents The collection resulted from Dr. Burton’s and Mr. Manning’s interests in Appalachian folklore and related teaching, research, and service activities. A central component of the collection consists of reel-to-reel audio recordings, dub sheets, transcripts, and indices created as part of the professors' efforts to gather ballads, instrumental music, stories, superstitions and beliefs, folk remedies, and accounts of everyday life from individuals in Western North Carolina and East Tennessee. ...

William S. Trent Collection

 Collection — Other Videotape 1
Identifier: 500-AppMs 332
Scope and Contents The William S. Trent Collection is a videotape recording, approximately two hours in length, which consists of three distinct sections. The first part is a recording of an outdoor "ballad swap" held at an unidentified location in Mars Hill, North Carolina, on October 1, 1988. Most of the performers and songs performed are unidentified; most of the singers performed a cappella, but a few accompanied themselves on guitar. The second part is a recording of Shelia Kay Adams singing and telling ...