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Mike Seeger performs, talks about, and plays recordings that trace the sounds that evolved in the southern US, from the 17th century - unaccompanied voice, fiddle, quills, Jew's harp, and percussion - to the early 20th century and the harmonic sounds of the fretted banjo, guitar, and autoharp.
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Folk songs, English--Appalachian Region, Southern Folk music--Appalachian Region, Southern Ballads, English--Appalachian Region, Southern Folk songs, English--Southern States Old-time music Seeger, Mike, 1933-2009
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