It has been said that your ear is as old as your grandfather's
voice. Be warned that if these recordings bring to mind your
grandfather or grandmother, your ear just may have aged. In the
mid-1940s, folklorists Austin and Alta Fife traveled throughout
Utah and neighboring states collecting the music of the region.
They recorded Mormon songs, anti-Mormon songs, cowboy songs,
broadside ballads, and more. Extensive liner notes provide history
and context. Note that sound quality is variable, limited by the
field technology of the time.
Utah State University Press
|Country of origin:
• Randy Williams
||140 x 122 x 10mm (L x W x T)
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