The CD or cassette includes tales and songs recorded in Livingston, Alabama in 1961. Produced by Alan Brown.
Commissioned for a special W.C. Handy Festival program and concert held in the summer of 2011, the artwork featured on this poster is by artist, Wes Freed.
A 60-minute video available in VHS and DVD format (please choose format during the selection process).
Tennessee Valley print, Alabama in the Making series. Illustration by Bethanne Bethard Hill. Original painting at the Alabama State Council on the Arts.$15.00 unsigned and $20.00 signed, see details.
This CD contains recordings of shape-note singing by a community of African American singers, writers, and composers from the Wiregrass or southeast region of the state of Alabama.
The Spiritualaires CD contains recordings of a gospel quartet group from Hurtsboro, Alabama.
The first CD in the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture's Millennium Series, produced by Steve Grauberger. Music includes children's games, work songs, sacred music, fiddle tunes, blues, and other.
Recordings from the 2002 National Sacred Harp Convention at Trinity United Methodist Church, Birmingham, Ala. CD produced by Steve Grauberger with program notes written by John Bealle.
African American Sacred Harp Singers. #4 of ACTC's Millennium Series. CD produced by Steve Grauberger. Recorded in 1980 in Ozark Alabama by Brenda and Steve McCallum.
This CD highlights the importance, in Alabama, of the enduring Southern Gospel “New-Book” or seven shape-note singing tradition and features contemporary songwriters and singing-school teachers.
Completed in collaboration with guest editor Dr. Thomas Nunnally, Associate Professor of English at Auburn University, Tributaries No. 10 is dedicated to the languages of Alabama.
This issue of Tributaries features several essays about a variety of folklife topics including the legend of John Henry and the gandy dancer tradition among railroad callers.
This issue features essays on Alabama’s traditional sacred music including shape-note singing, gospel quartet, convention singing, and schools including modern day camps.
Dedicated to the Year of Alabama Food, Tributaries #13 presents Alabama's food traditions such as stews, barbecue clubs, gumbo, lacy cornbread, and sweet potato pie.
This third issue of Tributaries includes essays on several folkways in Alabama including southern graveyard shelters, geophagy in the Black Belt, and folk music of Skyline Farms.