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Ozark music runs deep, from sacred to secular, acappella to string bands.

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Ozark music runs deep, from sacred to secular, acappella to string bands.

    The Singers of Sacred Harp

    The Singers of Sacred Harp

    The Northwest Arkansas Sacred Harp singers perform some of their favorites, and members of the group discuss the tradition of Sacred Harp.

    • 36 min
    The Songs of Sacred Harp

    The Songs of Sacred Harp

    The Northwest Arkansas Sacred Harp Singers perform some of their favorite songs.

    • 49 min
    Jimmy Driftwood at One Hundred

    Jimmy Driftwood at One Hundred

    This program on Jimmy Driftwood was the keynote presentation at the 14th annual Talking Ozarks Symposium. Dr. Brooks Blevins is a professor of History at Lyon College. Recorded on September 7, 2007.

    • 1h 14 min
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    Sacred Harp Singing in the Arkansas Ozarks

    Sacred Harp Singing in the Arkansas Ozarks

    The Shiloh Museum and the Northwest Arkansas Sacred Harp Singers, with funding from the Arkansas Humanities Council, produced this short documentary as an introduction to the history and tradition of Sacred Harp singing in our region.

    • 9 min
    The Music of Winter's Bone

    The Music of Winter's Bone

    In May 2010 the producers of the Sundance Film Festival's award-winning film "Winter's Bone" collaborated with the Shiloh Museum to premiere the film in Arkansas. The producers were familiar with the museum's podcast series, and some of the film's non-Ozark actors used the podcasts to learn the regional dialect.

    Prior to the premiere showing, "Winter’s Bone" director Debra Granik, producer Jonathan Scheuer, music advisor Marideth Sisco, cast member Lauren Sweetser, and five musicians staged a musical performance at the Shiloh Museum along with a questions and answer session about the use of music in the movie. This podcast also features cuts from the "Winter's Bone" soundtrack.

    • 24 min
    One Family's Musical Legacy

    One Family's Musical Legacy

    Family music traditions are common in the Ozarks, with each generation leaving its own influence on the songs and tunes. The Gilbert family of Zion, a rural community in Washington County, Arkansas, exemplifies this tradition. In this podcast, Gilbert family member Martha Hogan Estes shares memories of her family’s musical legacy.

    • 38 min

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