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Appalachia is home to a natural abundance as well as a cultural one. Inspired by African, European, Scottish and Irish influences, Appalachian musicians first emerged at the turn of the 20th century, claiming instruments like the banjo, fiddle, dulcimer and guitar and mastering folk ditties representative of the working class. From harbingers like the Carter Family and Dock Boggs all the way up to modern artists like River Whyless and The Avett Brothers, musicians born of the Appalachia make excellent folk music steeped in generations of tradition.
Appalachian music is the music of the region of Appalachia in the Eastern United States. It is derived from various European and African influences, including English ballads , Irish and Scottish traditional music especially fiddle music , hymns, and African-American blues. First recorded in the s, Appalachian musicians were a key influence on the early development of Old-time music , country music , and bluegrass , and were an important part of the American folk music revival of the s. Instruments typically used to perform Appalachian music include the banjo , American fiddle , fretted dulcimer , and guitar. Immigrants from England , the Scottish lowlands , and Ulster arrived in Appalachia in the 17th and 18th centuries, and brought with them the musical traditions of these regions, consisting primarily of English and Scottish ballads — which were essentially unaccompanied narratives— and dance music, such as reels , which were accompanied by a fiddle. This explains the presence of these tunes in a region which had relatively little Gaelic-speaking settlement. The early immigrants also brought a form of church singing called lining out , in which one person sings a line of a psalm or hymn and the rest of the congregation responds. This type of congregational singing, once very common all over colonial America, is now largely restricted to Old Regular Baptist churches in the hills of southwest Virginia and eastern Kentucky. These congregations usually sing American or English hymns. The British music changed gradually after generations of American settlement.
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