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Book Description. Throughout the Upland South, the banjo has become an emblem of white mountain folk, who are generally credited with creating the short-thumb-string banjo, developing its downstroking playing styles and repertory, and spreading its influence to the national consciousness.
ments in history. The Appalachian background shapes his vision of the whole culture, just as Willis Carr the sharpshooter traces an Odyssey from the obscure .
African Banjo Echoes in Appalachia: A. Study of Folk Traditions. By Cecelia Con- way. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press,. 1995. Pp. vii + 394, preface, .
African Banjo Echoes in Appalachia: A Study of Folk Traditions.. By the mid-nineteenth century, white southern musicians were learning the banjo playing styles of their African-American mentors and had soon created or popularized a five-string, wooden-rim banjo.
African Banjo Echoes in Appalachia: A Study of Folk Traditions. Front Cover. Cecelia Conway. University of Tennessee Press, 1995 – African Americans – 394 .
Review of Conway's "African Banjo Echoes in. Appalachia: A Study of Folk Traditions". Bill Jolliff. George Fox University, [email protected] Follow this and .
African Banjo Echoes in Appalachia: A Study of Folk. Traditions (review). Appalachian Heritage, Volume 24, Number 3, Summer 1996, pp. 69-71 (Review).
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