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ISNI: 
0000 0000 1081 6047
Name: 
Aunt Samantha
Aunt Samanthy
Baumgarner, Samantha
Bumgarner, Samantha
Bumgartner, Samantha
Samantha (Aunt)
Samantha Bumgarner
Samantha Bumgarner (American musician)
Samanthy (Aunt)
Dates: 
1878-1960
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
performer
Related names: 
Carson, Fiddlin' John
Franklin Mint Records Society
Parker, Chubby
Reed, Blind Alfred
Rutherford, Leonard
Short, J. D. (1902-1962)
Smith, Slim
Sony music France
Stoneman, Ernest V.
Thompson, Ernest (1...-.... guitariste)
Titles: 
birth of country recording
Black Jack David
Blue railroad train
Blue yodel
C-H-I-C-K-E-N
Can the circle be unboken ?
Cannonball
Cyclone of rye cove
Don't let your deal go down blues
Down in the willow garden
Encyc. of country music, 1998
Fly Aroun’, My Pretty Little Miss
Fly around my pretty little miss
Georgia Blues
Gold watch and chain
Hard times come again no more early American rural songs of hard times and hardships.
Hello stranger
Jimmie Rodgers visits the Carter Family
Keep on the sunny side
Kitty waltz
Little Betty Brown
Little moses
Little old log cabin in the lane
Little rosewood casket
Montana plains
Mountain Dance and Folk Festival, Asheville, North Carolina, 1951
My Carolina sunshine girl
My clinch mountain home
My good
Old Joe Clark
Prisoner's song
Rude and rambling man
Sallie Goodin
Sally aim
Samantha Bumgarner
Single girl, married girl
Sowin'on the mountain
Sweet fern
Three-in-one two step
Titanic
Waiting for a train
Way Down On the Island
Who broke the lock on the henhouse door ?
Wildwood flower
Willie Moore
Worried Blues, The
Wreck on the southern old'97
Contributed to or performed: 
Banjo Songs of the Southern Mountains
Big-Eyed Rabbit
Flowers in the Wildwood: Women in Early Country Music 1923-1939
Hard Times Come Again No More: Early American Rural Songs of Hard Times and Hardships, Volume 1
Sony Soundtrack for a Century: Country: The American Tradition
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