Traditional Music Related Links L
www.littlebirdtoldme.info For Info on Folk events in Norfolk and North Suffolk
of CongressAmerican Folklife Center.Possibly
the largest collection of folk material in the world.
The John and RubyLomax
1939 Southern States
recording trip Collection.This
collection contains materials documenting a three-month, 6,502-mile trip collecting
folk songs through the southern US. The trip began in Port Aransas, Texas
on March 31, 1939, and ended at the Library of Congress on June 14, 1939.
S. Levy Collection of Sheet Musichttp://levysheetmusic.mse.jhu.edu/index.htmlSheet
MusicThe Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet
Music is part of Special Collections at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of The
Johns Hopkins University. It is comprised of popular American music spanning the
period 1780 to 1960. The over 26,000 pieces of music in the Levy Collection are
indexed on this site, and images of the cover and music are available for pieces
of music more than 75 years old.
Links to sheet music...(posted by Bill D) http://www.freesheetmusic.net/thelinks1.html
MusicMany links to sites which have sheet music..(gifs,
usually), as well as other things. Also, links to places to get software to convert.(ABC...etc.)
This is a LARGE list of all styles of music. If you play fiddle, it is Heaven.
Live Art Folklife Centerhttp://www.liveartvt.org
The Live Art Folklife Center of Montpelier, Vermont is dedicated
to preserving and promoting distinctive traditional and contemporary folk music,
dance, and spoken word, through live performances, workshops, seminars, recordings
and publications. Our programs celebrate artistic endeavors and traditions that
would not otherwise enjoy widespread recognition, as they arise in our local area
and around the world. We believe these activities strengthen the fabric of our
communities and enhance our lives. We are currently present folk and acoustic
music at the Barre Opera House, in Barre, Vermont and at the Wood Art Gallery
in Montpelier, Vermont. We also publish a 20 page newletter which includes commentary
on folk music and community life (we welcome submissions on that topic), as well
as our seasonal calendar.
American FolkThe John and Ruby Lomax 1939 Southern
States Recording Trip Collection is now available online through the Library of
Congress American Memory Web site. This multiformat ethnographic field collection
includes 686 sound recordings, as well as photographic prints, fieldnotes, dust
jackets, and other manuscripts documenting folksingers and folksongs during a
three-month, 6,502-mile trip through eight Southern states: Texas, Louisiana,
Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia.
If you would like to get listed in these pages see my GET-LISTED page.