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Chat - Bob Holt - Dance Fiddling From The Missouri Ozarks (CD, Album)

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  1. "When they think of a dance", Ava guitarist Alvie Dooms once told me, "they think of Holt - in this country, anyhow." "This country" is the southwestern Missouri Ozarks, and 'Holt' is Bob Holt, whose fiddle playing has become synonymous with dance music in a part of the Ozarks where (despite the proximity of the country music mecca of Branson) traditional square dancing has managed to hold its.
  2. Ava, Missouri Ozark Fiddling. Apprentices: Venae Heier Venae Heier Emily Longworth Hannah Dowden Mike Fraser Mike Fraser Liz Amos Liz Amos Travis Bently David Scrivner. Master Bob Holt’s place in the Ava fiddling tradition is .
  3. The Missouri Department of Conservation closely monitors the state’s population to determine when harvesting is appropriate. Especially destructive individuals can be removed by hunting or trapping. Consult the Wildlife Code of Missouri for up-to-date regulations.
  4. FRC - Jim Shumate: Pioneering Bluegrass Fiddle (Wayne Erbsen collection) by Jim Shumate, released 01 March 1. Katy Hill 2. Dixon County Blues 3. [Chat - Jim's Impact On Bluegrass Fiddle] 4. Mean Old Rambling Blues 5. Sugar Hill 6. [Chat - Arthur Smith's Long Bow] 7. Billy in the Lowground 8. Paddy on the Turnpike 9. Rainbow Of My Dreams
  5. From “Now That’s A Good Tune:” Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling (University of Missouri Cultural Heritage Center, ; Voyager Records reissue, ). Recorded by Amy Skillman December 11, at Carol Hascall’s home in Independence, Missouri.
  6. Nov 14,  · Tomahawk or "Tommy Hawk" played by Bob Holt. It's a tune he got from Tommy Jackson. Clip from a dance held at Cabool, Texas County in the Missouri Ozarks, recorded April 23, by Charlie Walden.
  7. Bob Holt: Fiddler from the Missouri Ozarks Bob Holt regularly performs at three monthly dances and one weekly jam session within a seventy-mile radius of Springfield, Missouri. He began playing the fiddle at local events in southern Missouri about fifty years ago.
  8. The Ozarks are home to some of the best traditional fiddle music to be found in America, but it is only rarely heard outside the region. Here one can find old dance melodies from the British Isles mixed with breakdowns that celebrate frontier customs.5/5(3).

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