- Carlton Haney -- "Throughout his career Haney both worked with and managed a number of influential Country and Bluegrass artists..."
- Enjoying a sacred, musical tradition -- "Eighty-year-old Sarah Beasley of Bessemer hasn’t missed a single National Sacred Harp Singing Convention since they started in 1980."
- Humming A Diff'rent Tune: Old Songbooks, Music History and More -- Blog site
- John Cohen in Eastern Kentucky: Documentary Expression and the Image of Roscoe Halcomb During the Folk Revival -- "Roscoe Halcomb allowed Cohen to visit him at home on a number of occasions to record, photograph, and film him."
- ‘Journey Into the Square’ A Geographical Perspective of Sacred Harp -- "A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Arts"
- Just Another Tune: Songs & Their History -- Blog site
- Phyllis Harper: One of best musical memories is of Sacred Harp singings -- "Singing at Oak Grove was the Sacred Harp style I knew, and I grew up singing with Grandy at home. Singers took turns to lead a song, introduce the selected hymn with a few words about the message in it, and the leader stood reverently with songbook in one hand and the other hand marked the time."
- Small in Number Yet Full of Spirit: The Mt. Pisgah Singing in Sylvester, Georgia -- "Unfortunately, the decades have taken their toll on this beloved tradition in this region."
- The Lexington Collection 1805 -- The Lexington Collection song book
- The Sacred Harp in the Land of Eden -- "To the modern visitor, the noteworthy fact is that the tradition has here been preserved at the very time when there has been the greatest temptation to depart from it."
- The Tradition of the Sacred Harp -- "I am of the unfortunate multitude who have, until recently, never observed the singing of the Sacred Harp."
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Journey into the Square, and other music links
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