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by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green

A Hot-Bed Of Musicians: Traditional Music In The Upper New River Valley-Whiteto epub ebook

Author: Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green
Category: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Univ Tennessee Press; 1 edition (June 5, 2002)
Pages: 264 pages
ISBN: 1572331801
ISBN13: 978-1572331808
Rating: 4.9
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In A Hot-Bed of Musicians, Paula Anderson-Green tells the stories of several of these legendary performers and instrument makers from the Upper New River Valley–Whitetop Mountain region, including Ola Belle Campbell Reed, Albert Hash, and Dave Sturgill.

In A Hot-Bed of Musicians, Paula Anderson-Green tells the stories of several of these legendary performers and instrument makers from the Upper New River Valley–Whitetop Mountain region, including Ola Belle Campbell Reed, Albert Hash, and Dave Sturgill. These men and women began to bring the music of Appalachia to a wider audience well before Nashville became the center of country music. Making extensive use of interviews, the book reveals the fascinating experiences and enduring values behind the practice of old-time music.

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Hot-Bed of Musicians. Traditional Music in the Upper New River Valley-Whitetop Region. by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green

Hot-Bed of Musicians. Published January 2003 by University of Tennessee Press.

Anderson-Green, Paula Hathaway (2002). A Hot-Bed of Old-Time Musicians: Traditional Music in the Upper New River Valley-Whitetop Region. University of Tennessee Press. ISBN 978-1-57233-181-5. Bonner, Willard Hallam (January 1944). The Ballad of Captain Kidd".

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In the Blue Ridge Mountains along the Virginia–North Carolina border, an extraordinarily rich musical heritage survives and flourishes. Even before the legendary Bill Monroe coined the term “bluegrass” in the mid-1950s, the traditional music of this area was coming into its own as a distinctive style. Early performers from the 1920s through the 1950s, many of whom migrated northward during the Great Depression, popularized the music they had grown up hearing, thereby preserving and celebrating the cultural legacy of their home region.In A Hot-Bed of Musicians, Paula Anderson-Green tells the stories of several of these legendary performers and instrument makers from the Upper New River Valley–Whitetop Mountain region, including Ola Belle Campbell Reed, Albert Hash, and Dave Sturgill. These men and women began to bring the music of Appalachia to a wider audience well before Nashville became the center of country music. Making extensive use of interviews, the book reveals the fascinating experiences and enduring values behind the practice of old-time music. This musical heritage remains an indispensable component of Appalachian culture, and Anderson-Green traces the traditions down to the present generation of musicians there.Written for anyone with an interest in mountain music, this book focuses on performers from Alleghany and Ashe Counties in North Carolina and Carroll County and Grayson County in Virginia. It includes a comprehensive appendix of place names and music venues as well as annotated lists of musicians and the songs they have performed.The Author: Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green is an adjunct professor of English at Kennesaw State University and does research in Appalachian studies.
Reviews (3)
Qane
It's interesting but not greatly. I don't think the people the story is about are of much interest to very many people.

Whitehammer
This book is absolutely wonderful. Ms. Anderson-Green provides an in-depth look at the traditional music and the musicians who perform in the New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia. The only thing hampering the book from the 5th star is a lack of an index. Great book.

Anarius
The author is very knowledgeable about her subject matter. If you love blue-grass appalachian music and history, then you will enjoy this book.

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