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by Nolan Porterfield

  • Author: Nolan Porterfield
  • ISBN: 0810848937
  • ISBN13: 978-0810848931
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press (December 20, 2003)
  • Pages: 256
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Exploring Roots Music book. Exploring Roots Music reprints twenty-seven representative articles published in the JEMF Quarterly over the years, until it ceased publication in 1985

Exploring Roots Music book. Exploring Roots Music reprints twenty-seven representative articles published in the JEMF Quarterly over the years, until it ceased publication in 1985. It also includes many illustrations and an introduction that seeks to place the journal in historical perspective and illuminate its central importance to the study of American culture.

In: The Old-Time Herald: A Magazine Dedicated to Old-Time Music, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 54-55. View it in the Music Periodicals Database. Drag and drop files here.

a b Norm Cohen, "I'm A Record Man": Uncle Art Satherley Reminisces, in Nolan Porterfield (e., Exploring Roots Music: Twenty Years of the JEMF Quarterly, Scarecrow Press, 2004, p. 5–50. a b c Paul Kingsbury (e., The Encyclopedia of Country Music: The Ultimate Guide to the Music, Oxford University Press, 1998, p. 70–471. Art Satherley at Country Music Hall of Fame Archived March 13, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved March 13, 2014.

With United States Army, 1958-1960. Last Cavalier: The Life and Times of John A. Lomax, 1867-1948 (Folklore and Society). Member American Folklore Society, Association for Recorded Sound Collections, Texas Folklore Society. Winner of the Carr P. Collins Award and the Miss Ima Hogg Historical Achievement Award, "Last Cavalier" is the never-before-told story of the remarkable life and career of John A. Lomax, pioneering American folklorist, canny businessman, influential educator, and patriarch of an extended family of artists, performers, and scholars.

The dulcimer comes to us out of the mists of the Appalachian mountain past.

9. Revolutionizing Children’s Records: The Young People’s Records and Children’s Record Guild Series, 1946–1977, by David Bonner. The dulcimer comes to us out of the mists of the Appalachian mountain past. Prior to the post–World War II urban folk revival, its craftsmanship and musical traditions were principally centered in the Allegheny, Blue Ridge, and Cumberland mountains. The identity of most makers prior to the 20th century is unknown.

Native Ground Books & Music. Nolan Porterfield (2004). Exploring Roots Music: Twenty Years of the JEMF Quarterly. pp. 24–. ISBN 978-0-8108-4893-1. 66–. ISBN 978-1-883206-48-2. Ryan J. Thomson (1 January 1985). The Fiddler's Almanac. Captain Fiddle Publications. 92–. ISBN 978-31877-00-1. html/ Country Music Sources, A Biblio-Discography of Commercially Recorded Traditional Music. php?title Gus Meade&oldid 744907389".

Porterfield, Nolan (2004). Broer, Lawrence . Walther, John Daniel (1990). Dancing Fools and Weary Blues: The Great Escape of the Twenties. ISBN 978-0-87972-458-0. 86–.

Exploring Roots Music reprints twenty-seven representative articles published in the JEMF Quarterly over the years, until it ceased .

Exploring Roots Music reprints twenty-seven representative articles published in the JEMF Quarterly over the years, until it ceased publication in 1985. Used availability for Nolan Porterfield's Exploring Roots Music.

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From its beginnings in the early 1920s, commercial country music―as performed on stage, on records, radio, and in movies―became an increasingly pervasive and lively part of American life, yet some forty years passed before it was given serious attention by writers, historians, scholars, and students of national culture. The first publication founded for promoting the systematic research and recognition of country music was the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF) Quarterly at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1965.Over time, the JEMF Quarterly brought to light the lives and careers of dozens of pioneer musicians, including Alfred G. Karnes, the Carter Family, Riley Puckett, and Buell Kazee, along with details of early commercial radio operations, the sources of many traditional songs, and the reproduction of historical documents. In addition, the early work of many contributors who later became known as major scholars in the field-Archie Green, Charles Wolfe, Norm Cohen, Simon J. Bonner, and Loyal Jones among others-appeared on the pages of the JEMF Quarterly during its 19 years in publication.Exploring Roots Music reprints twenty-seven representative articles published in the JEMF Quarterly over the years, until it ceased publication in 1985. It also includes many illustrations and an introduction that seeks to place the journal in historical perspective and illuminate its central importance to the study of American culture.
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