The popularity of "Soldier's Joy," as both an instrumental and a dance tune, persisted in America, and there are numerous renditions of this piece located throughout Library of Congress collections. Many of these have been digitized and made accessible through the Internet. Read instructions on how to dance "Soldier's Joy".
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- Soldier’s Joy (March, 2015).
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From a dancer in Rhode Island, documented by the Depression-era Federal Writers Project, to Appalachian fiddler Henry Reed -- pictured above, circa with his older brother Josh -- to Dust Bowl migrants in a Farm Security Administration camp in central California, musicians carried the tune with them as they traveled around the country. Under the auspices of another New Deal project, folk music collector Sidney Robertson Cowell made field recordings of various artists. California native Mrs. Ben Scott learned to play music by ear when she was growing up in Monterey County, California.
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Wilkinson of Turlock, California performed "Soldier's Joy" on the fiddle and tenor banjo for Cowell's recording machine in October Washington, D. April, Lets go. Whew -- that's a rouser, limbers up the old joints and no mistake Listen to C. Summers play his rendition on harmonica "Just about every old time fiddler I've met knows the tune 'Soldier's Joy. When my Cherokee friend Bob Thomas was alive, he would always request that tune for jig dancing.
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One day his son Stanley told me why. It seems that when the Cherokee veterans of the Civil War returned to Tahlequah, in Indian Territory, they were greeted by musicians playing that tune. And ever after, when those old men would get together, there would be a fiddler playing 'Soldier's Joy' as an honoring song.
Wilkinson and Mrs. Ben Scott play the tune on fiddle and banjo.taylor.evolt.org/vuryx-mujeres-buscando.php
Listen to John Stone play it on the fiddle. Listen to Pat Ford's play the tune on harmonica. Listen to John Selleck play it on the fiddle This is Fred Colby's introduction of Albert Gore's band at a square dance in "Some thirty or forty years ago, two brothers ran for governor of Tennessee.
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The one on the Republican ticket, and one on the Democrat. And they went around over the state fiddling. The Democrat was the best fiddler, and he was elected.
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If you ever wondered how to play Soldier's Joy on mandolin more creatively, try changing out the licks! Most of the measures can be changed into a different style, so you can gain an understanding of how other musicians may approach this tune. You can also shuffle all of the licks in the song to create a unique arrangement of the entire tab. Need to work on jamming? Use the Tunefox backing tracks, which are included with each arrangement of Soldier's Joy.
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