|1978||1978 Mountain Dance and Folk Festival||UCA60 Video/color||Four (?) tapes|
|1988||Mountain Dance and Folk Festival (Reels 1 & 2)||VHS|
|1988||Mountain Dance and Folk Festival (Thursday reel 3) (Friday reel 1)||VHS|
|1988||Mountain Dance and Folk Festival (Friday reels 2 & 3)||VHS|
|1988||Mountain Dance and Folk Festival (Saturday reels 1 & 2)||VHS|
|1988||61st Annual Mountain Dance and Folk Festival - 1 tape||VHS|
|1989||Ballad of a Mountain Man||DVD-R
This dvd appears to be a copy, not an original. Copyright clearance??
Aired on PBS’s The American Experience series.
Complete catalog record can be found at www.lib.unc.edu/house/mrc/films/full.php?film_id=5953
The following description taken from catalog record:
“Bascom Lamar Lunsford loved Appalachian music and dance. Rooted in Scotch/English, African-American, Native American and other cultures, it is a rare amalgamation of styles that reflects the melting pot of America. Early in the 1920s, Lunsford sensed that Appalachian rural folk art might become an endangered species. As a pioneer folklorist, Lunsford began a campaign to preserve the unique music and dance of the people of Appalachia, giving them a dignity they never had before... . This colorful musical film, which shows an abundant variety of Appalachian music and dance, is a tribute to Lunsford's vision." Notes: Edited by Suzanne Milligan. Written by Sherry Albado. Narrated by Alan Blevis. Camera by Gary Steele.”
Interviews include: Obray Ramsey, Berta Frady, Artus Moser, Alan Lomax.
|2002||75th celebration: A History Mountain Dance & Folk Festival||VHS|
|?||Mt Shindig I||VHS|
|?||Possum Trot and 1st Shindig after Festival||VHS||Includes interview with Bascom Lamar Lunsford.|
|Mt. Sat Day||VHS|
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