Recordings of the Fox Hollow Folk Festival

Type:

Sound

Date:

196-

Item:

Audio recording

Series:

S1576

Item ID:

T79-1 through T79-3

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Event Name

Collector or Fieldworker

Tradition Bearer

Title of Work

  • Rise and Shine (Picking and Grinning) (T79-1, Side 1)
  • Riddle Song (Ritchie)
  • Golden Ring Around the Susan Girl
  • One Bottle of Pop (Cooney)
  • Brandy, Leave Me Alone
  • Proud Tailor (Dildines)
  • Marionette dance
  • Walkie in the Parlor (Beers)
  • Jimmy Brown Song (Bonk)
  • Brer Rabbit story (Boltin)
  • Legend of the Spanish Moss
  • I'm Gonna Tell (Toelkins)
  • Ghost Story (Boltin) (T79-1, Side 2)
  • Cossack Lullaby (Molly & Peter Scott)
  • Watermelon story (Boltin)
  • Irish bagpiping (Kevin Henry)
  • Pennywhistle music
  • Weather Tale
  • Story (Mark Lawler) (Cont. on T79-2, Side 1)
  • Old Leather Britches (Kevin Henry)
  • Rise and Let's Go Home (Boltin)
  • Cod Liver Oil (Kevin Henry)
  • Wart cure (Boltin)
  • Seminole story
  • Two Little Dickey Birds
  • Single Girl, Married Girl
  • Single Girl, Married Girl (Win Stracke)
  • Wandering (Win Stracke) (T79-2, Side 2)
  • Going Down the Road (Cooney)
  • Old Blue
  • Old Man Adam (Boltin)
  • Rise and Let's Go Home
  • God's Colors (Beers)
  • Simple Gifts
  • Little Red Caboose (Unidentified recording)
  • Wabash Cannonball
  • Strangest Dream (Ritchie)
  • Peace Round
  • Flute Lullaby (Unidentified performer)
  • Bright Morning Stars (Sacred Harp Singers)
  • Walkie in the Parlor (Unidentified performers) (T79-3, Side 1)
  • Aiken Drum
  • My Little Pup (Wiggins Sisters)
  • Old Folks at Home
  • Does Your Chewing Gum Lose its Flavor on the Bedpost Over Night
  • Skip to My Lou (Christiansen)
  • Red Rosy Bush (Burger)
  • Twelve Gates to the City
  • Unidentified song
  • Rambler Gambler
  • Good Peanuts (Picoe)
  • The May Carol
  • Unidentified song (Scott & David Usher)
  • Jovial Huntsman
  • Unidentified song (Unidentified performer) (T79-3, Side 2)
  • Unidentified song
  • The Leprechaun
  • Lord Randall (Cleveland)
  • Old Joe Clark (George & Eileen Geisner)
  • Jolie Blonde
  • Wreck of the Old Number Nine
  • Wabash Cannonball
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

Place Name

Corporate or Conference Name

General Note/Comment

  • Three reel to reels. The Beers Family began the Fox Hollow Folk Festival in 1966, which was held annually in Petersburgh, New York until 1980. Both Boltin and Ritchie played the first year -- and these undated recordings might be from that year. In 1972, Bob Beers died in a car accident in Vermont. NOTE: commercial recordings by Win Stracke and other unidentified performers have been redacted due to copyright restrictions.

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