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I'm not Orthodox, so hopefully no one will kick me out, but … I love bluegrass and old time music.
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I'm not Orthodox, so hopefully no one will kick me out, but Ö I love bluegrass and old time music.
We ain't gonna kick you out & your're right much of it is good stuff.
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I ended up listening to the music on that Living H2O website for like two hours last night.
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I heard about an ancient Yorkshire Christmas carol from about the 9th c that was heard being sung by an old woman in appalachia in the 21st c. & had been totally forgotten in Britain and that some of the American mountain folk kept the old calendar Christmas until the early 20th c (which included singing ancient carols, perhaps a few others pre 1054?).

I don't know about anything that old. Most of the songs seem to be from the 17th-19th cent (when the communities came over). Stuff like Barbry Allen, Mary of the Wild Moor, Over the River Charlie, In the Pines, The Cuckou, Wayfaring Stranger.... etc.

Anything is possible though.

The old ways are dying out. When I was a teenager there was an effort to teach the the old ballads, stories, and dances in the schools. The kids would rather eat pizza and play video games.
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Ö Stuff like Barbry Allen, Mary of the Wild Moor, Over the River Charlie, In the Pines, The Cuckou, Wayfaring Stranger.... etc. Ö
This is now my favorite thread on the entire site.
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No, though some parts of culture probably SHOULD be abandoned, and the discussion moved away from that when saying, "Now you're Greek" is listed as a horrible, rude action.
I've got an idea...from now on whenever an ethnic person starts attending an OCA parish, we should say to them, "Now you're a redneck!!!"

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here where I am, it should be "now you're a northerner!" I bet that would get 'em. It would totally offend the ethnics AND the southerners. But hey, what do I know, I just grew up all over the country and in all kinds of parishes, seeing all kinds of stuff happen, experiencing a lot of different flavors of Orthodoxy, from all cradle to all convert. I totally don't get it, and my viewpoint is totally worthless. No more discussion, because it has to be argument. BAH!
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I never really liked using a noter when I play. I'm actually thinking about getting another dulcimer, but they can be pricey for a decent 5-string.

Completely off topic of the subject of the compatibility of bluegrass and Orthodoxy, but....Enjoy:

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Originally Posted by Lukaris View Post
I heard about an ancient Yorkshire Christmas carol from about the 9th c that was heard being sung by an old woman in appalachia in the 21st c. & had been totally forgotten in Britain and that some of the American mountain folk kept the old calendar Christmas until the early 20th c (which included singing ancient carols, perhaps a few others pre 1054?).
Appalachian History Ľ The Cherry Tree Carol (abridged)

This is a pretty cool hymn. Maybe this is the one you were hearing of?? I believe a similar story to the one told in this carol is found in a text called the Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew.
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