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2009-03-30T17:51:48.000Z
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Video Title:
Ernest Stoneman - "Marching Through Georgia" [Official Audio]
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Listen to the official audio of Ernest Stoneman's "Marching Through Georgia" from the 2006 album 'Masters of Old-time Country Autoharp' on Smithsonian Folkways. 'Masters of Old-time Country Autoharp' is available on CD and digital. Stream/download/purchase: Smithsonian Folkways: https://folkways.si.edu/masters-of-old-time-country-autoharp/american-folk/music/album/smithsonian Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/19HbIXaVhwl4YjPjhrSvbP?si=jvU9y9wKRHenZyVyN0VUkg The autoharp, invented in the 1870s and a fad in the 1890s, became a virtuoso instrument among the artists featured here as well as other players in the early to mid 20th century. Spirited breakdowns, sentimental and gospel songs—some played as instrumentals—and even a bluegrass song are presented here in this re-release of the only documentary of traditional Southern autoharp players. Includes 14 previously unissued tracks. Recorded, edited, and annotated by Mike Seeger. Song notes by Charles Wolfe. Smithsonian Folkways: https://folkways.si.edu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smithsonianfolkwaysrecordings Twitter: https://twitter.com/Folkways Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smithsonianfolkways The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy (www.si.edu/copyright). Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time. ©2008 Smithsonian Institution
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1 min 23 sec
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music folk "Woody Guthrie" "Pete Seeger" Smithsonian Folkways old-time non-profit
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