Field School for Cultural Documentation: North Mississippi Music Project


Interview with Hugh Bill McGuire, singer



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Interviewer: Kevin Dyess, Recordist: Melanie Young. Recorded at the home of Hugh Bill McGuire (Banner, Miss.) A ticking and occasionally chiming clock can be heard in the recording.

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Shape-note singing;

Relational Format

audio recording

Original Format


Original Collection

Field School for Cultural Documentation, North Mississippi Music Project (MUM01725), Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


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Field notes: Kevin Dyess

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Field notes: Melanie Young

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Audiotape log

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Photo of Hugh Bill McGuire (1)

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Photo of Hugh Bill McGuire (2)

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