West Virginia's Appalachian Music and Literature

Teacher's Guide: Suggested Web Sites

See also AppLit Links and Appalachian Folktales: Background Resources.

The following sites can be used to supplement this unit:

American Rhododendron Society

http://www.rhododendron.org

Appalshop - Arts and Education Center

http://www.appalshop.org

Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University

http://cass.etsu.edu/archives/index.htm

Augusta Heritage Center, Davis & Elkins College

http://www.augustaheritage.com

Banjo-L Homepage

http://zeppmusic.com/banjo

Digital Tradition Folk Song Database

http://www.mudcat.org/AboutDigiTrad.cfm

Fiddler Magazine

http://www.fiddle.com

The Fiddler's Companion

http://www.ceolas.org/tunes/fc

Folk Music Index

http://www.ibiblio.org/folkindex

Folklife and Landscape in Southern West Virginia
American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/cmnshtml

FolkLib Index: A Library of Folk Music Links

http://www.folklib.net

Hammered Dulcimer

http://www.rogo.com/folkstuff/dulcimer.html

http://www.rtpnet.org/~hdweb

Make Your Own Musical Instruments

http://home.fuse.net/russchilders/booklist2.html

MountainLit, Bridgeport Public Library

http://www.mountainlit.com

Mountain Born: The Jean Ritchie Story. The Dulcimer

http://www.pbs.org/ket/jrs/appalmusic.html

The Old-Time Music Home Page

http://www.oldtimemusic.com

West Virginia Book Festival

http://www.wvhumanities.org/bookfest/bookfest2.htm

West Virginia Folklife Center at Fairmont State College

http://www.fscwv.edu/wvfolklife/index.htm

West Virginia University Home Page

http://www.wvu.edu


 

 

 

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Links revised 12/12/03

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West Virginia's Appalachian Music and Literature is a self-contained teaching unit by Avis Caynor and Reneé Wyatt (1997), reprinted with permission in 2003 in the larger web site AppLit. See Study Guides and Lesson Plans for other teacher's guides in AppLit.


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