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Maybelle Carter - An Introduction To Your Autoharp Album
Not music
Performer: Maybelle Carter
Title: An Introduction To Your Autoharp
Style: Education
Year 1965
Country US
Label Don Sellers, Inc.
Catalog Number DS-7431
Genre: Not music
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 391
MP3 size: 1141 mb
FLAC size: 1084 mb
WMA size: 1523 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM

Maybelle Carter - An Introduction To Your Autoharp Album

Tracklist

1An Introduction To Your Autoharp
2An Introduction To Your Autoharp

Credits

  • Edited ByDr. Walter Duda
  • NarratorDr. Nat T. Winston, Jr.

Barcodes

  • Other (Side A - Printed On Label): S4LM-1711
  • Other (Side B - Printed On Label): S4LM-1712

Album

Mother Maybelle Carter born Maybelle Addington May 10, 1909 October 23, 1978 was an American country musician and originator of the Carter scratch. She is best known as a member of the Original Carter Family act in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s and also as a member of the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle. Maybelle Carter was born Maybelle Addington on May 10, 1909, in Nickelsville, Virginia. She was the daughter of Margaret Elizabeth née Kilgore 1879 1960 and Hugh Jackson Addington. From An Introduction to Your Autoharp As Played by Mother Maybelle Carter As sampled by Hooverphonic on their song Autoharp. Narrated by Nat T. had titles like Mother Maybelle Carter & her Autoharp Plays Famous Folk Songs, Queen of the Auto-Harp and A Living Legend. On the front of the latter LP, she's seated in a stately parlor, a Tiffany-esque lamp on a marble-topped table next to her. After the album took off, the Dirt Band decided to bring a third incarnation of the Carter Family, featuring Maybelle and various configurations of her daughters and grandchildren, on tour. They knew that there could be no substitute for the presence of a musical mentor who taught everyone what they needed to know to move the picking tradition forward. Carter, Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter. The Carter Family, Vol. Introduction: Bill Clifton by Maybelle Carter. Listen Now . This CD really inspired me to play autoharp, since Maybelle made it sound so beautiful. This collection of songs will certainly sing to you, and Maybelle's introductions on some of the songs will make you appreciate the music even more. At some points, it sounds like there are several guitars playing, not just one. Listen free to Maybelle Carter Queen Of The Auto-Harp The Bells Of St. Mary's, Wildwood Flower and more. 12 tracks . Mother Maybelle Carter b. May 10, 1909 near Nickelsville, Virginia, USA - d. October 23, 1978 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA was an American country musician. Em Grupos: The Carter Family, The Carter Sisters, The Carter Sisters & Mother Maybelle. An Historic Reunion - Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, Sara & Maybelle Carter. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Appears On. The Carter Family. In the Shadow of Clinch Mountain. Bear Family Records. Mother Maybelle Carter born Maybelle Addington May 10, 1909 October 23, 1978 was an American country musician. She is best known as a member of the historic Carter Family act in the 1920s and 1930s and also as a member of Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters. Maybelle, who played autoharp and banjo as well as being the group's guitarist, created a unique sound for the group with her innovative 'scratch' style of guitar playing, where she used her thumb to play melody on the bass and middle strings, and her index finger to fill out the rhythm. Although Maybelle herself had first picked up this technique from