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Margaret MacArthur - Vermont Ballads & Broadsides Album

Margaret MacArthur - Vermont Ballads & Broadsides Album
Vermont Ballads & Broadsides
Margaret MacArthur
MP3 album size:
1189 mb
FLAC album size:
2538 mb
Whetstone Records


1Margery Grey12:56
2The Banks Of Champlain2:55
3The Pucker Street Song3:34
4The Legend Of Duncan Campbell5:24
5The Marlboro Medley6:11
6Incidents In The History Of Vt.3:19
7In West Rutland Marble Bawn5:50
8The Ballad Of Devil's Hill3:47
9Ballad Of Pudding Hilll4:27
10Hugh Williams5:43
11In Sugarin' Time5:43
12The Ballad Of Runaway Pond6:06
13The Song Of The Vermonters2:46


Margaret MacArthur was born in Chicago. As a youngster, she moved around with her family - in California, Louisiana, and Arizona. She remembered that at the age of five she heard cowboys on the timber crew singing folk songs in the Tonto National Forest. She studied at Hutchins College of the University of Chicago. Margaret MacArthur died in the Spring of 2006. After her death, a series of tribute concerts was given. Performers included The Boys of the Lough and Gordon Bok. She appears briefly in the video The West Virginia Hills: A Tribute to the Mountain Dulcimer. Vermont Ballads and Broadsides 1989. MacArthur Road 1989. Them Stars 1995. Margaret MacArthur's Album Vermont Ballads & Broadsides. Listen to all tracks of Vermont Ballads & Broadsides for Ballad Of Robban's First Ride - Margaret MacArthur. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Born in 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, Margaret MacArthur spent her childhood moving around the western United States. Her first contact with folk music came in 1933, when her father began work at an Arizona timber company with displaced cowboys and folk singers who had collected songs throughout their travels. In 1948 MacArthur moved to Vermont, where she gathered the songs presented here from churches, friends, and broadsides found near her farm. After marrying and moving to Vermont in 1948, MacArthur lived a simple, rural life in a cabin home that had no electricity or running water. MacArthur's involvement with folk music began when she volunteered to teach music at the school that her children - Don, Gary and Megan - attended. By 1951, MacArthur was a regular performer on local radio stations. Her debut album, Folk Songs of Vermont, was released in 1961. Listen to music from Margaret MacArthur like Linktem Blue. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Margaret MacArthur. Margaret MacArthur. Play artist. Folksongs of Vermont. 77 listeners. 31 Dec 1961 18 tracks. Play album. Margaret MacArthur has been collecting and singing the traditional songs of New England's working-class and farm communities for nearly half a century. In 1985, officials of the New England arts biennial committee named MacArthur one of seven living art treasures of New England. MacArthur subsequently focused on the traditional songs and stories of the Green Mountain State on her albums Almanac of New England Farm Songs 1982, Vermont Ballads and Broadsides 1989, and Vermont Heritage Songs 1994. Margaret Macarthur download free and listen online. Margaret MacArthur The Ballad Of Robban's First Ride. download 4:13. Margaret MacArthur The Fair Maid By The Shore. download 4:28. Margaret MacArthur Old Songs. download 2:25. Margaret MacArthur Bummer's Reel, House Of Gray. download 3:31. When speaking of her death, Margaret MacArthur' in Vermont is a 1956 compilation album by jazz guitarist Johnny Smith, featuring tenor saxophonist Stan Getz. The material on the album was recorded between 1952 and 1953, and was drawn from two 10-inch Lps, both titled Jazz at NBC, which were previously issued by the Royal Roost label. Titled for Smith's breakthrough hit song, it was the No. 1 Jazz Album for 1956. It was popularly and critically well received and has come to be regarded as an important album in Smith's discography, in the