Andrew Rowan Summers - The Unquiet Grave (American Tragic Ballads) album flac
|The Unquiet Grave|
|Searching For Lambs|
|The True Lover's Farewell|
|The Cruel Brother|
|At The Foot Of Yonders Mountain|
|The House Carpenter|
|FP 64||Andrew Rowan Summers||The Unquiet Grave (American Tragic Ballads) (LP, Album, Mono)||Folkways Records||FP 64||US||1951|
|FA 2364||Andrew Rowan Summers||The Unquiet Grave (LP)||Folkways Records||FA 2364||US||1952|
Taken from the 1951 Folkways album "The Unquiet Grave". Andrew Rowan Summers. Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Ballads.
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Product Description: Dulcimer player and singer Andrew Rowan Summers gives listeners his distinctive renditions of ballads from the Anglo-Irish tradition, as well as a version of "Au Claire de la Lune" translated by famous writer Katherine Anne Porter. Andrew Summers Rowan. Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Ballads (CD). Hymns and Carols (CD).
The song 'House Carpenter' by Andrew Rowan Summers has a tempo of 85 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Unquiet Grave'. Video House Carpenter. Top Songs Andrew Rowan Summers. At the Foot of Yonders Mountain. True Lover's Farewell.
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Andrew Rowan Summers. 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1951 Folkways Records. Chat About Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Ballads.
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Andrew Rowan Summers (December 15, 1912– March 1968) was an American folk singer and player of the Appalachian dulcimer. Summers was among the earliest musicians to draw attention to the dulcimer to a wider audience outside the Appalachians, with John Jacob Niles being one of the few earlier. Summers was born in Abingdon, Virginia in 1912, and enrolled in the University of Virginia in 1930 . The Unquiet Grave (1951). Seeds Of Love (single, 1951). The Lady Gay (single, 1954). Andrew Rowan Summers (1957). Christmas Carols (1966).
Label States: "Folkways Records And Service Corp. Long Playing Non-Breakable Micro Groove 33 1/3 RPM" "Andrew Rowan Summers sings, with dulcimer" Bottom of label states "Custom molded by Plastylite". Matrix, Runout: FA 2348 A.