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|Title:||Dulcimers, teaching (talking)|
Guy Carawan and his wife, Candie, talk to a group of high school students from Paideia school in Atlanta about the origins of the musical instrument called the Hammered Dulcimer. The group is led by John Sundale. Guy was an employee of Highlander school where this interview takes place.
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|Subjects:||Carawan, Guy | Carawan, Candie | Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.) | Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.)--Employees | Music teachers--Tennessee | Music--Appalachian Region | Appalachian Region--Songs and music | Teachers--Tennessee | High school students--Georgia--Atlanta | Paideia School (Atlanta, Ga.) | Musical instruments--Appalachian Region | Interviews--Tennessee--New Market | Dulcimer--Instruction and study | Cimbalom--Instruction and study | Music--Instruction and study | Social movements--Southern States | Social reformers--Southern States | Social justice--Southern States | Social movements--Appalachian Region | Social reformers--Appalachian Region | Social justice--Appalachian Region | New Market (Tenn.) | Jefferson County (Tenn.) | Monteagle (Tenn.) | Grundy County (Tenn.) | Marion County (Tenn.) | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.) | Southern States | Appalachian Region|
|Collection:||Institution:||Digital Library of Appalachia||Contributors:||Warren Wilson College (Asheville, N.C.) | Digital Library of Appalachia (Berea, Ky.)||Online Publisher:||[Berea, Ky.] : Digital Library of Appalachia||Original Material:|
1 sound file (5 min., 49 sec.)
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