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LITTLE BROWN HAND. AKA and see "Brown Leaf Rag," "Her Little Brown Hand," "I Took Her by Her Little Brown Hand." Old-Time. In the repertoire of southwestern Virginia fiddler Albert Hash (1917-1985), learned from the playing of Tennesse's Fiddlin' Arthur Smith. It was one of his favorite tunes to play, and he was of the opinion that "it had an awful lot of fiddling in it, more than you would think."

Albert Hash
Fiddlin' Arthur Smith



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Recorded sources: BeeBalm 303, "The Corndrinkers Still." Bluebird 7547 (78 RPM), Arthur Smith Trio (Delmore Brothers) (1938). Albert Hash - "I Wonder If I Can Git Ya To Tell Me That Story Of How Ya Made Yer First Fiddle" (). Field Recorders' Collective FRC411, "Albert Hash." Montgomery Ward M-747 (78 RPM), Fiddlin' Arthur Smith (1938). Mountain Records, "Albert Hash And Whitetop Mountain Boys".




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