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J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural Education

J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural Education

Date
1983-03-31
Description
Two audio cassettes. Mr. Agner discusses his family and background; how he got started in music; remembers first song he learned, "I Saw the Light"; talks of his first band, The North Florida Bluegrass Boys; talks about styles he plays - bluegrass and Gospel; how he learned to play guitar; songs he learned from his father: "I Live On", "Great Speckled Bird"; talks about other family members that play; talks about cane grinding; making can syrup; speaks of plans to teach his children music and cane grinding. At the time of interview, he worked as a meat packer.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
a_s1576_13_c84-057J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural EducationSoundFolksingers
Bluegrass music
Field recordings
Interviews
Oral narratives
Grinding (manufacturing processes)
Old time music
Syrups
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