Natchez Under the Hill

Players: Dwight Lamb, fiddle; Elvin Campbell, guitar

From “Old-Time Fiddle Classics,” a re-release of Dwight’s two LPs from the 1970s.

New Five Cent Piece

Players: John White, fiddle; Howard Marshall, banjo; Kenny Applebee, guitar; Musial Wolfe, piano; Kathy Gordon, bass

From the Voyager CD “Nine Miles of Dry and Dusty”

New Five Cent Piece

Players: John White, fiddle; Amber Gaddy, banjo; David Cavins, guitar

Recorded February 2011 as part of a teaching CD for John’s students.

Nine Mile

Players: John White, fiddle; Lucille White, guitar; Kenny Hartgrove, banjo

Recorded at the Lily Dale schoolhouse December 1, 1984.

Ninth of January

Players: Bob Holt, fiddle; Alvie Dooms, guitar; Jim Beeler, rhythm banjo; Patty Beeler, bass; Ted Heavner, guitar

Excerpted from “Got a Little Home To Go To” produced by Rounder Records. The story goes that Bob played this tune for a square dance and was asked what tune it was. Bob said it was “The Eighth of January.” The person who asked the question shook his head and said, “That’s not the ‘Eighth of January’.” Bob replied, “Well, then, it’s the ‘Ninth of January’!”

Rabbit in a Pea Patch

Players: Bob Holt, fiddle; Harley Newberry, guitar; Betty Newberry, bass; Alvie Dooms, guitar; Jim Beeler, banjo

From the tape “Rabbit in a Pea Patch.”

Rye Straw

Players: Players: John Summers, fiddle

Sail Away Ladies

Players: Gene Goforth, fiddle; Bob Black, banjo; Al Murphy, guitar

From the Missouri fiddling anthology, “Now That’s a Good Tune,” (1989). Recorded by Howard Marshall and Margot McMillen in 1987.

Soldier’s Joy

Players: John Williams, fiddle; Howard Marshall, fiddle; Kenny Applebee, guitar

Performed during Marshall presentation at the State Historical Society of Missouri annual meeting in Columbia, October 13, 2013. Recorded by Sam Griffin.

Soldiers’ Joy

Players: John White, fiddle; Lucille White, guitar; Kenny Hartgrove, banjo

Recorded at the Lily Dale schoolhouse December 1, 1984.