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Greenwich Village: Happy Folk Singing Da
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Greenwich Village: Happy Folk Singing Da

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Dulcimer
Desc Mountain Dulcimer
Arranger Ralph Lee Smith
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 20317

Price: $12.95

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Greenwich Village: Happy Folk Singing Da Arranged by Ralph Lee Smith. For Dulcimer. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 20317, UPC: 9780786671762)

Visit the Greenwich Village folk music scene of the 1960s and bring your dul cimer! Ralph Lee Smith was there and saw it all. He was the only dulcimer pl ayer in the Village s old-timey string bands during the Folk Revival s glory d ays. A fascinating text and rare photographs bring you to Washington Square, the coffeehouses and the music gatherings at the Folklore Center and in Allan Block s Sandal Shop, where young enthusiasts created a musical revolution. Th e book contains a selection of the songs and tunes that they played and swappe d as they reclaimed a lost American heritage. If you can t play old tunes suc h as Finger Ring , Dance All Night with a Bottle in Your Hand , and Chicken s are a-Crowin , get this book, light a candle and bring the Greenwich Villag e folk scene to your

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