Item number 1310170,
After many years of reading and studying Carter Family memorabilia, as well as listening to and practicing most of their recordings, Elwood Donnelly has compiled 35 of the 300 songs by the Carter Family into a book of instructions and notes for mountain dulcimer, backup and voice.The Carter Family was a country music group from Maces Spring, Virginia on Clinch Mountain, made of of Alvin Pleasants (A.P.) Carter, his wife Sara, and her cousin Maybelle Addington. Their skillful playing and close-harmony singing made them a huge commercial success beginning in 1927, right through the Depression and into the early 1940's. Their songs have bewitched music fans and players ever since. Song List: Gospel Ship - DAD Tuning I'm Working On A Building - DAD Tuning Little Moses - DAD Tuning There's No Hiding Place Down Here - DAD Tuning The Wayworn Traveler - DAD Tuning When This Evening Sun Goes Down - DAD Tuning Anchored In Love - DAD Tuning Faded Coat Of Blue - DAD Tuning Fifty Miles Of Elbow Room - DAD Tuning Hold Fast To The Right - DAD Tuning Homestead On The Farm - DAD Tuning I Wouldn't Mind Dying - DAD Tuning Just A Few More Days - DAD Tuning Kissing Is A Crime - DAD Tuning Little Log Hut In The Lane - DAD Tuning Lonesome Valley - DAD Tuning Look How This World Has Made A Change - DAD Tuning Meet Me By The Moonlight, Alone - DAD Tuning Meeting In The Air - DAD Tuning My Dixie Darling - DAD Tuning My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains - DAD Tuning My Native Home - DAD Tuning Poor Orphan Child - DAD Tuning River Of Jordan - DAD Tuning Single Girl, Married Girl - DAD Tuning Sinking In The Lonesome Sea - DAD Tuning Sow 'Em On The Mountain - DAD Tuning Sunshine In The Shadows - DAD Tuning Sweet Fern - DAD Tuning When I'm Gone - DAD Tuning Where Shall I Be? - DAD Tuning Where We'll Never Grow Old - DAD Tuning Wildwood Flower - DAD Tuning Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone? - DAD Tuning Winding Stream - DAD Tuning
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