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Six year old Lorraine Miles leads Sacred Harp shape-note singing in Texas, 1931.

Six year old Lorraine Miles leads Sacred Harp shape-note singing in Texas, 1931.

Donovan - Catch the wind  'oldie but goodie', timeless tune. you probably heard it on countless commercials over the years

Donovan - Catch the wind 'oldie but goodie', timeless tune. you probably heard it on countless commercials over the years

Shape Note, or Sacred Harp Singing, is a very old American tradition of singing. This tradition was carried on the longest in the rural South and is making a come-back today, with many Sacred Harp singing groups springing up around the country.

Shape Note, or Sacred Harp Singing, is a very old American tradition of singing. This tradition was carried on the longest in the rural South and is making a come-back today, with many Sacred Harp singing groups springing up around the country.

Tim Eriksen bei einem Sacred-Harp-Workshop | Artikel über Sacred Harp im FOLKER

Tim Eriksen bei einem Sacred-Harp-Workshop | Artikel über Sacred Harp im FOLKER

Brochure: Alan Lomax--Authority on American folk-lore ... Archivist to the Library of Congress ... Commentator and artist on "Columbia's School of the Air" (1940-1945) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-121915. From 'Folk City: New York and the American Folk Music Revival' by Stephen Petrus and Ronald D. Cohen #folk #music

Brochure: Alan Lomax--Authority on American folk-lore ... Archivist to the Library of Congress ... Commentator and artist on "Columbia's School of the Air" (1940-1945) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-121915. From 'Folk City: New York and the American Folk Music Revival' by Stephen Petrus and Ronald D. Cohen #folk #music

Cover of David Warren Steel and Richard H. Hulan's The Makers of the Sacred Harp, 2010.

Cover of David Warren Steel and Richard H. Hulan's The Makers of the Sacred Harp, 2010.

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