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Ballad makin" in the mountains of Kentucky

Jeannette Bell Thomas

Ballad makin" in the mountains of Kentucky

by Jeannette Bell Thomas

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Published by H. Holt in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballads, American,
  • Appalachians (People) -- Kentucky,
  • Folk songs -- Kentucky,
  • Kentucky -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Jean Thomas ; with music arranged by Walter Kob.
    ContributionsKob, Walter
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3551T4 B2, ML3551T4 B2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 270 p., [12] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18763247M

    Ballad makin' in the mountains of Kentucky. 03/ by Thomas, Jean, texts. eye 1 a book of original games and dances, arranged progressively, to Mother Goose and other action songs, with a teaching introductory; for the kindergarten, primary schools, playground and gymnasium Dalkeith Banana Scandal Favorites. Ballad makin' in the mountains of Kentucky / by Jean Thomas ; with music arranged by Walter Kob. ML T4 Songs of the cowboys / by N. Howard ("Jack") Thorp.

    Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The singin' fiddler of Lost Hope hollow, The traipsin' woman, Blue Ridge country, Ballad makin' in the mountains of Kentucky.   She found the ballad in “Ballad Makin’ in the Mountains of KY” by Jean Thomas. As you listen to the four versions of the ballad, notice that there is some variation but the story remains generally the same. The ballad has been perpetuated by the oral tradition.

    Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky By Jean Thomas The full lyrics of "Poor Goins", as well as an audio recording of the song done by a couple of Gabriel's great-nephews, can be found at the Blue Ridge Institute & Museum website. sound recording | Sung by Ed Morrison. (Statement Of Responsibility). Played on fiddle. No singing. (5/17/96 LML) Dup American Folk Song Festival (Venue). Fiddle Missing: mountains of Kentucky.


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Born in Ashland, Kentucky, she earned the nickname, "Traipsin' Woman" as a skilled court reporter in demand in the local Eastern Kentucky courts. From she was the creator and organizer of the American Folk Song Festival held near Ashlan. Get this from a library.

Ballad makin' in the mountains of Kentucky. [Jean Thomas; Walter Kob]. Get this from a library. Ballad makin'in the Mountains of Kentucky. [Jean Thomas; Walter Kob, Instructor in Music Ohio State University;]. 1 score (xviii, pages) 22 cm.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. A section of a chapter on the ballad of the Rowan County Troubles from Jean Thomas' book titled Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky published inpages 15 to Author: Jean Thomas, Walter Kob. Buy Ballad Making in the Mountains of Kentucky by Jean Thomas (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Jean Ritchie is a national treasure, one of America's finest and best known traditional singers. She grew up in Viper, Kentucky, and is part of a large family, the famous "Singing Ritchies of Kentucky." The ballads on this recording are outstanding Appalachian versions of the "Child ballads,".

Twenty Kentucky Mountain Songs by Loraine Wyman Old Time Music BalladsA rare vintage original book, Twenty Kentucky Mountain Songs by Loraine Wyman. This is. This set of lyrics comes from "Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky" (), & they were put to a melody that Anna & Elizabeth got from Kentucky ballad singer Addie Graham.

Charles Wolfe says a "sea chanty" variant was published in by Jean Thomas in the book Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky, collected in northeastern Kentucky. The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore links "Going across the Sea" to "Wish I Had a Needle and Thread." A play-party tune called "I'm Going across the Sea.

I love Sharyn McCrumb's ballad books, and I also love her books based on actual historical people or events. I love The Ballad of Tom Dooley. King's Mountain is another good read about a battle that took place during our War for Independence on King's Mountain/5().

Footnote Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky, pp. Reprinted with the kind permission of Jean Thomas, "The Traipsin' Woman". No one hearing or reading this unlyrical and pedestrian chronicle would suppose that the story was, fictional. From beginning to end it has every mark of the journalistic report in ballad form.

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Ballad Makin' in the Mountains of Kentucky. New York: Henry Holt, A narrative and collection of folk songs from the Cumberlands, collected by Jean Thomas, herself from Kentucky. Some tunes collected from females. Thomas, Jean. Devil's Ditties: Being Stories of the Kentucky Mountain People Told By Jean Thomas With the Songs They Sing.Ballad Makin’ in the Mountains of Kentucky by Jean Thomas; published by Henry Holt and Company in Devil’s Ditties by Jean Thomas; published in Chicago in by W.

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