Sandy River Belle (1)

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SANDY RIVER BELLE [1]. AKA "Sandy River." AKA and see "Goin Down the River"? (Osey Helton). Old Time, Breakdown. USA; Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The Big Sandy River marks the border between West Virginia and Kentucky, then flows into the Ohio.

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Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Brody (Fiddler’s Fakebook), 1983; p. 249.

Recorded sources: -County 733, Clark Kessinger "The Legend of Clark Kessinger." Folkways FA 2336, Clark Kessinger "Fiddler." Front Hall 01, Fennigs All Stars "The Hammered Dulcimer." Library of Congress, AFS 4806 A 2, 1941, Osey and Ernest Helton (Western N.C.). Library of Congress (2740-B-1), 1939, J.W. 'Peg' Thatcher (Franklin County, Va.). Living Folk LFR 104, Allan Block "Alive and Well and Fiddling." Marimac 9110, Frank Blevins and his Tarheel Rattlers "It'll Never Happen Again: Old Time String Bands, Vol. 1" (orig. rec. 1927). Shanachie Records 6040, Gerry Milnes & Lorraine Lee Hammond – “Hell Up Coal Holler” (1999).



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