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Mark Twain

Original Soundtrack Recording
(Music CD - 2001)
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Title: Mark Twain
original soundtrack recording
[sound recording]
Publisher: New York, NY : Columbia/Legacy, p2001
Characteristics: 1 sound disc :,digital ;,4 3/4 in
Notes: Program notes (19 p. : ill.) inserted in container
Compact disc
Contains some previously released selections (p1993-p1997)
Principally American folk instrumentals, from the television mini-series
Contents: "Made in the image of God" (Mark Twain monologue spoken by Kevin Conway)
Sweet Betsy from Pike (Bobby Horton)
Dogue Creek (Bobby Horton)
Wagoner's lad (Jacqueline Schwab)
Howl (Ed Gerhard)
Mighty big river (Bobby Horton)
Shadow on the marsh (Al Petteway)
Poor wayfarin' stranger (Bobby Horton)
Shuckin' the bush (Fiddlin' Johnny)
How can I keep from singing (Jacqueline Schwab)
"Old voices" (Mark Twain monologue spoken by Kevin Conway)
For Ireland I'd not tell her name (Bobby Horton)
When tomorrow comes (Jacqueline Schwab)
Wagoner's lad (Bobby Horton)
The falls (Bobby Horton)
Ties that bind (Jacqueline Schwab)
Rosin' the bow (Bobby Horton)
Amelia (Jacqueline Schwab)
"Shakespeare is dead" (Mark Twain monologue spoken by Kevin Conway)
Dill pickle rag (Fiddlin' Johnny)
Hard times (Jacqueline Schwab)
Hard times (Bobby Horton)
Sweet Betsy from Pike (Peter Ostroushko)
Maple leaf rag (Jacqueline Schwab)
"Two unaccountable freaks" (Mark Train monologue spoken by Kevin Conway)
Sweet Betsy from Pike (Jacqueline Schwab)
How can I keep from singing (Bobby Horton)
"Advice for arrival in Heaven" (Mark Twain monologue spoken by Kevin Conway)
Swing low, sweet chariot (Bobby Horton)
Branch Call Number: CD Movies MARK
Performers: Various performers.
Subject Headings: Folk music United States Television music
Topical Term: Folk music
Television music
LCCN: 2002606667
Publisher No: CK 86091 Columbia
CK 86091 Columbia/Legacy
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on my mp3: Shuckin' the Bush, Dill Pickle Rag, and for a warm-up or slow-down song, Sweet Betsy from Pike.

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