Live Recording: "The Bluegrass Story" (Tape 3, Side B)
 


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“Live Recording: "The Bluegrass Story" (Tape 3, Side B),” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed June 15, 2024, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/39470.


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Title

Live Recording: "The Bluegrass Story" (Tape 3, Side B)

Description

(Tape 3, Side B) Live recording of a bluegrass music festival organized by Carlton Haney. The recording captures what Haney refers to as the "bluegrass story," a segment of the festival devoted to retelling and paying tribute to the history of bluegrass music. The recording features Bill Monroe, the Osborne Brothers, Charlie Smith and others, performing songs such as "In the Pines" and "Uncle Pen." Carlton Haney is emcee.

Subject

Bluegrass festivals
Bluegrass music
Haney, Carlton, 1928-2011

Date

1970

Format

Sound recordings
MP3

Extent

110 MB

Language

English

Type

Sound

Identifier

815_SET_03_REEL_07_B_Story_VA_SU_1970_AC

Coverage

Berryville (V.A.)

Temporal Coverage

1970s

Original Format

Reel to Reel Tape

Duration

0:45:39

Bit Rate/Frequency

16bit/48kHz

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