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Florida Folksong - A Sweet Little Woodmouse

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Florida Folksong - A Sweet Little Woodmouse

Alternate Title: The Woodmouse

Bahamian Americans British Americans vocals Ethnography Music Conch songs Riviera, Florida Palm Beach County

A Conch song learned in the Bahamas. The singer is the wife of Wilbur Roberts. The term "Conch," while now more widely used to refer to a native of Key West, Florida, originally referred to British settlers of the Bahama Islands who later emigrated to South Florida. The unique accent of the Conchs--a mixture of British and Bahamian dialects--interested the WPA fieldworkers as much as the songs and stories related by the Conchs.

Language: English
Duration: 1 Minute, 16 Seconds
Performer: : Performer: Roberts, Wilbur

Additional Information

Item ID:
45511981
Usage:
Commercial
Loops:
No
Cleared for Sampling:
No
P.R.O. Track:
No
Publisher:
N/A
Composer:
N/A
Sample Rate:
22050
Bytes per sec:
44100
Bits Per Sample:
16

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