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    • John, Master Henry, and the Horse

    • Storytelling; Slavery;
    • Daniel Womack tells a story about an event during slave times. He grew up in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and lived in Roanoke for most of his life. This recording takes place in his home.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Carpenter, Ernie; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by Ernie Carpenter and accompanied by Gerald Milnes at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10/31/87.
    • Stony Point

    • Guitars; Fiddle music;
    • Spence Moore plays guitar with his brother, Joe Moore; on guitar, and his cousin, Ray Nichols, on fiddle. This takes place in Mountain City, Tennessee, where they were raised. Spence now lives in Chilhowie, Virginia.
    • Man behind plow

    • Agriculture; Animals; Plowing
    • An unidentified man plows a field with a horse and plow in Copper Valley, Virginia. Man walks behind the horse with his hands guiding the plow. The horse's reins are tied around the man's back.
    • Native Mountaineers

    • Indians of North America
    • The author's description of a visit to the Cherokee Indians of Graham, Jackson, Swain, and Cherokee Counties of Western North Carolina.
    • White Horse Breakdown

    • Fiddle music;
    • Norman Blake plays fiddle with his wife, Nancy (cello) and James Bryan (fiddle). This performance takes place at the Asheville Junction, a coffeeshop performance hall founded by Andy Cohen. This is the second night of a three concert series. ...
    • Allen Herr, No. 7313

    • Horse racing; Horse shows; Horses;
    • This is a breeding sheet for the horse Allen Herr, No. 7313. During the season of 1894, he was located in Moundsville, West Virginia. There was a twenty-five dollar breeding fee. He was owned by A. H. Gray.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Thomas, Buddy; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by Buddy Thomas with Cora Lee Crank playing guitar and Cecil Crank playing banjo and recorded by Barbara Kunkle in Carter County, Kentucky, 1973
    • Horse and Buggy

    • Fiddle music; Kinney, Charlie; Horse and Buggy;
    • Fiddle tune played by Charlie Kinney and recorded by John Harrod in Lewis County, Kentucky 09-30-78.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Stamper, Hiram, 1893-1991; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune preformed by Hiram Stamper in key of G. Fiddle tuned gdae. Recorded in Knott County, Kentucky by Bruce Greene in 1980. In eastern Kentucky it has also been played as Buck Creek Girls.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Salyer, John Morgan; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Morgan Salyer and recorded 1940-1941 in Magoffin County, Kentucky.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Salyer, John Morgan; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Morgan Salyer and recorded 1940-1941 in Magoffin County, Kentucky.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Douglas, Wilson; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by Wilson Douglas and recorded by Kevin Delaney 1973 in Braxton County, West Virginia.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Stamper, Joe; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle Tune played by Joe Stamper and recorded by John Harrod in Lewis County, Kentucky 04-01-78.
    • Wild Horse

    • Fiddle music; Dickerson, Emma Lee; Wild Horse;
    • Fiddle tune played by Emma Lee Dickerson and recorded by Barbara Kunkle 2-9-74 in Greenup County, Kentucky.
    • Pale Horse and His Rider

    • Songs--Appalachian Region; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; Pale Horse and His Rider;
    • Song sung and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 07-07-72.
    • Wild Horse, The

    • AC-CT-242-001; Fiddle tunes-- Kentucky; Wild Horse, The; Greene, Bruce; Jeff, Titon; Herman, John;
    • Tune Played by Bruce Greene, Jeff Titon, John Herman at a Berea College concert
    • Wild Horse

    • Rollyson, Fern; Morris, David; West Virginia State Folk Festival; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Triplett, Lee; Wild Horse;
    • Tune played by Lee Triplett during the fiddle contest at the West Virginia State Folk Festival in Glenville, West Virginia in 1965.

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