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Collection Hazen Folk Music Collection
Title Hazen Folk Music Collection
Accession number 98-05
Admin/Biographical History Biography

Marji Hazen was born in Ashland, Ohio, December 12, 1936 into a family that had direct
ancestors living in Green Township before 1819. She grew up in a log house in Mifflin that had
been in the family since 1912, attended Hayesville School through 8th grade and Ashland High
School until the middle of her sophomore year. She graduated from Madison High School,
Mansfield, Ohio in 1954 and received a B.A. degree in English from Bluffton College (Ohio) in
1965. 1966-1971 she taught English at Millersburg Junior High School where she organized
some of her students into the Millersburg Minstrels Old Time Washtub Band which was invited to
appear before the Ohio Folklore Society in Columbus in 1968. In 1971, she became officially
employed by WMAN radio in Mansfield as a copywriter and continued to provide that service
full-time until 1977 and then on contract through 1985. She received an M.S. degree in
Rehabilitation Administration from DePaul University, Chicago in 1983 while she was serving as a
Habilitation Specialist II at Richland County workshop for adults with mental retardation. In
1986 she was accepted into a Ph.D. program in Instructional Design with an emphsis on
computer-aided instruction in the School of Education at Ohio State University. In 1988 she
completed the required course work and was employed as a CAI computer programmer at the
Ohio State Univeristy Medical School where she used the IBM pilot authoring language and
Macintosh Hypercard to build computer programs to instruct medical students in basic concepts.
In 1991, she retired because of illness without taking the comprehensive examination or
completing her degree. Marji is legally blind, but always said her limitation was not so much the
vision impairment as being unable to drive a car.

Entertaining with her collection of songs and folk instruments (guitar, mountian dulcimer,
Celestaphone, folk harp, etc.), encouraging others to make homemade music, and hosting
"Marji's Ballad Book" were Marji's lifelong hobbies. She hosted the program weekly on radio
from 1961 to 1990. During that time she made studio and field recordings of hundreds of
amateur and professional musicians, most from Ohio, all performing in Ohio venues, collected
commercial and field recordings of them and those who influenced and inspired them, and
developed an extensive library of folk, traditional, and some popular music books and
manuscripts. She was most interested in native Ohio folk musicians who were little-known or
familiar only to their families and perhaps to the local community. As she, herself, wrote more
than 150 original songs, most about Ohio events and people, she encouraged others to preserve
music learned from family and community and to create their own music in the "folk" tradition.
Forwards in a number of dulcimer and traditional music collections including Elizabeth Salt's
book of Ohio historical songs acknowledge Hazen's contributions to their content. She has
published seven tapes of her own music as well as several large print music books for mountain
dulcimer and a number of articles on playing music in parlour (as opposed to stage) style. In
1986, she founded The Public Domain Information Project which significantly increased ordinary
people's access to and use of the public domain upto to fifteen years before such access became
commonplace on the Internet.
Caption Marji Hazen
Catalog Number 98-05
Creator Marji Hazen
Exhibit# 0
Imagefile 001\9805.JPG
Notes The following groups are represented:

Mansfield Dulcimer Club
Ashland County Friends In D
BBrehearsal2
Marji's Ballad Book
Marji Hazen and Gail Reed's Third Sunday Gathering. Sunbury, Ohio


Field Recording of Mansfield Dulcimer Club program at Kingwood Center, Mansfield, Ohio
collected on one 90 minute cassette tape, digitized to 1 CD November, 2007 by Marji Hazen, from a recording made the evening of 19 June 1985, probably 40 plus participants.

MDC1985_06_08
Special circumstances: The Mansfield Dulcimer Club was (and still is at this writing) a large group of individuals, mostly playing lap dulcimers, with some other instruments included.
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Participants:
Rev. Arthur A. Reed - dulcimer history
Wayne Emory - introducing songs
Mansfield Dulcimer Club - probably 40 or so individuals

DISK 1 of 1
1 Tape Track 1 Dulcimer History, part 1
2 Tape Track 2 Boil Them Cabbage Down
3 Tape Track 3 Ragtime Annie
4 Tape Track 4 Southwind
5 Tape Track 5 Dulcimer History, part 2
6 Tape Track 6 You Are My Sunshine (c)
7 Tape Track 7 Do, Lord
8 Tape Track 8 Amazing Grace
9 Tape Track 9 Dulcimer History, part 3
10 Tape Track 10 All the Good Times
11 Tape Track 11 Farther Along
12 Tape Track 12 The Joys of Love
13 Tape Track 13 The Ash Grove
14 Tape Track 14 Dulcimer History, part 4
15 Tape Track 15 Angeline the Baker
16 Tape Track 16 Sail Away, Ladies
17 Tape Track 17 Wildwood Flower
18 Tape Track 18 Dulcimer History, part 5
19 Tape Track 19 Red River Valley
20 Tape Track 20 Banks of the Ohio
21 Tape Track 21 Other Instruments explained
22 Tape Track 22 I'll Fly Away (c) Brumley
23 Tape Track 23 Afterward
Edited Cuts for broadcast
24 Wildwood Flower 1:17
25 Ash Grove 1:38
26 Do, Lord 1:52
27 Ragtime Annie 1:54
28 Sail Away, Ladies 1:41
29 Boil Them Cabbage Down 1:18
30 You Are My Sunshine (c) 1:57
31 Amazing Grace 1:29

Field Recording of Ashland County Friends In D
collected on one 90 minute card, copied to 2 CDs Oct 22, 2007 by Marji Hazen, from recording made 11 Sept 2007, 1 to 2:30 pm, Ashland County Council on Aging, 5 participants,

FID2007_09_11
This is the second session to be recorded with Zoom H2 digital recorder. Mac was not present for this session. He was being treated for a heart problem. I am treasuring every single day our Friends In D are able to get together, because our time to play music with each other is so limited. This time Myron had a chance to shine. He's the marvelous harmonica you'll hear on Ramblin' Boy. Myron has emphysema and is nearly always short of breath resulting in his very ept playing being almost lost because of his inability to get much volume. This day, playing with other musicians who always play more softly, he can be heard and appreciated.
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Participants:
Marji Hazen - harp, mini-banjo
Bill Bartlett - guitar
Marianne Bartlett - Autoharp
Kay Suittor - harmonica, spoons, train whistle
Myron Niebert - harmonica, dulcimer

DISK 1
01 Tape Track 1 Solders' Joy
02 Tape Track 2 Boil Them Cabbage Down
03 Tape Track 3 Flood on Killbuck Creek - BANJO Marji Hazen
04 Tape Track 4 Going Down the Valley One by One
05 Tape Track 5 Where Have All the Flowers Gone (c) folk revival pop
06 Tape Track 6 Columbus Stockade
07 Tape Track 7 Keep on the Sunny Side (c) Brumley
08 Tape Track 8 Life is Like a Mountain Railroad
09 Tape Track 9 Tell Me Why
10 Tape Track 10 This Land is Your Land (c) Guthrie Children's Trust Fund
11 Tape Track 11 Angel Band
12 Tape Track 12 Ramblin' Boy (c) Tom Paxton
13 Tape Track 13 Westphalia Waltz - lyric Marji Hazen, tune trad.
14 Tape Track 14 Black Velvet Band trad
15 Tape Track 15 Farther Along trad

DISK 2
01 Tape Track 16 Give Me the Roses
02 Tape Track 17 Little Liza Jane
Edited for Broadcast
04 Angel Band
05 Black Velvet Band
06 Boil Them Cabbage
07 Columbus Stockade
08 Flood on Killbuck Creek
09 Give me the Roses
10 Going Down the Valley 1 by 1
11 Where Have all the Flowers Gone?
12 Keep on the Sunny Side
13 Life is Like a Mountain Railroad
14 Ramblin' Boy
15 Soldiers' Joy
16 Westphalia Waltz


Field Recording of Ashland County Friends in D
collected on one 90 minute digital card using a Zoom H2 recorder, copied to 2 CDs 15 Oct, 2007 by Marji Hazen, from a recording made 4 Sept 2007, 1 to 2:30 pm at the Ashland County Council on Aging, 5 participants, youngest is Marji who is 70 yrs. old, short videos and many photos Teri Howard of Soddy Daisy, Tennessee took of this session are on two additional DVDs, one of which is a video DVD and the other raw data,

Punch 3:08
19 Ramblin' Boy (c) 5:19
20 Life is Like a MFID2007_09_04
This is the first session to be recorded with Zoom H2 digital recorder. Guests were Marji's cousin Sandra Grogg from Marion & her daughters, Toni Sharrock from Marion and Teri Howard from Soddy Daisy, Tennessee. Teri took high quality photos and video during the session which are included on separate disks.
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Participants:
Marji Hazen - harp, mini-banjo
Bill Bartlett - guitar
Marianne Bartlett - Autoharp
Kay Suittor - harmonica, spoons, train whistle
Mac Bright - mandolin, dulcimer

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 Give Me the Roses
2 Tape Track 2 Boil Them Cabbage Down
3 Tape Track 3 Soldiers' Joy
4 Tape Track 4 All the Good Times
5 Tape Track 5 Aragon Mill
6 Tape Track The Sloop John B
7 Tape Track Life is Like a Mountain Railroad
8 Tape Track When the Roll is Called Up Yonder
9 Tape Track 9 Yellow Bird
10 Tape Track 10 October Skies
11 Tape Track 11 Whispering Hope
12 Tape Track 12 Flood on Killbuck Creek BANJO Marji Hazen
13 Tape Track Shall We Gather at the River?
14 Tape Track 14 Bartletts' Tavern Song

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 17 Westphalia Waltz
2 Tape Track 15 Jug of Punch
3 Tape Track 16 In Good Old Colony Times
Edited for Broadcast
4 Soldiers' Joy 1:54
5 The Sloop John B 2:45
6 When the Roll is Called Up Yonder 3:17
7 Flood on Killbuck Creek 3:42
8 Westphalia Waltz 4:41
9 Whispering Hope 6:10
10 Columbus Stockade 3:14
11 Angel Band 5:03
12 Aragon Mill 3:13
13 Black Velvet Band 4:07
14 Boil Them Cabbage Down 2:22
15 Keep on the Sunny Side 3:13
16 Going Down the Valley One by One 3:49
17 In Good Old Colony Times 1:57
18 Jug of ountain Railroad 5:52


Bbrehearsal
Any marked AU© are underlying copyrights by Marji Hazen & available to AU. Any others marked © are encumbered.
Planters Blessing 1975 AU©
Member in Good Standing 1962 AU©
See the Beatniks in the Village ** 1961 words AU© Tune: (c) Malvina Reynolds
Stolen Child - Wm. Butler Yeats tune AU©
Dog Tired Furnace Man's Suppressed Desire Blues
publ. Nov 31, 1963, Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration News AU©
The Genius 1974 AU©
The Wife of Olivesburg 1965 AU©
The Heart Like the Gentian 1967 AU©
Old Fashioned Movies 1983 AU©
Atlantis 1962 AU©
The Unicorn 1962 AU©
Johnny Appleseed (Richland County version) 1972 AU©
Scarboro Fair (one chord C G A) collected 1957 AU©
Nurse Pinched the Baby (from Mary O. Eddy's Ballads and Songs of Ohio
Stranded Cosmonauts 196? AU©
William O. Douglas Folk Song 1963 AU©

BBrehearsal2
Stranger, The (1963) AU©
Walk Shepherdess Walk © collected at Camp Ken Jockety Girl Scout Camp, 1963
Common Bill © from Mary O. Eddy's book
Mary's Bees found in a community song book at Thomas Schoolhouse, Ashland County, 1952
Bread and Oleo 1962 AU©
Dog Tired Furnace Man (1963) AU©
The Good Life (1982) AU©
Heart Like a Gentian (1969) AU©

BB1982_08_08_Marji's Ballad Book
broadcast 8 Aug 1982
WMAN 1400 AM radio, Mansfield, Ohio
Program Title: Music to Set Up Fair Booths By
Marji Hazen w/5 string banjo
01 Theme: The Lovely Ohio 1982_08_08
02 Careless Love 1982_08_08
03 Buffalo Boy1982_08_08
04 Buckeye Jim 1982_08_08
05 Riddle Song 1982_08_08
06 Solder Soldier 1982_08_08
07 Froggie Went A-Courtin' 1982_08_08
08 Scarboro Fair 1982_08_08
09 Theme
10 unedited tape

BB1982_04_UN_Marji's Ballad Book
broadcast April ? 1982
WMAN 1400 AM radio, Mansfield, Ohio
Program Title: Story songs
Marji Hazen w/guitar
02 Henry Martin AU© BB1982_04_UN
03 Sae Far Awa' BB1982_04_UN AU©
04 Adam Zehner AU© BB1982_04_UN
05 Free Enterprise (incomplete) AU© BB1982_04_UN

Lass from the Low Country - English trad. 02 BB1982_05_09
Silver Dagger © - folk revival version (C) 03 BB1982_05_09
The Wagoner's Lad © - folk revival version (C) 04 BB1982_05_09
In Terrytown by John Allison (C) 05 BB1982_05_09
Beans in Your Ears - popular children's song (C) 06 BB1982_05_09
Scarboro Fair - local version of Child Ballad 07 BB1982_05_09


The Little Land - by Malvina Reynolds (c) 02 BB1982_05_23
She Moved Through the Fair - folk revival (c) 03 BB1982_05_23
Lady Margaret - Appalachian trad. - folk revival (c) 04 BB1982_05_23
Scarboro Fair - trad. English 05 BB1982_05_23
Lord Randall - trad. English 06 BB1982_05_23
Cockles and Mussels - Irish Trad. 07 BB1982_05_23
Monday Tuesday - Irish Trad. very ancient 08 BB1982_05_23
Buckeye Jim - U.S. trad. 09 BB1982_05_23
The Unicorn - by M. Hazen AU(c) 10 BB1982_05_23


Keep on the Sunny Side © (Joe Prater & Molly Gibson-Andrews) 02 BB1989_05_PM
King of the Whole Wide World (c) Dave Gordon of Dayton (sung by Joe Prater) 03 BB1989_05_PM
His Heavenly Aeroplane (c) collected from Ollie Gilbert by Alan Lomax,
recorded on "The Gospel Ship" album, sung by Molly Gibson-Andrews 04 BB1989_05_PM
O Captain words:Walt Whitman; tune (c) Joe Prater 05 BB1989_05_PM
The Lamplighter words: Robert Louis Stevenson, tune (c) Molly Gibson-Andrews 06 BB1989_05_PM
The New Mystery Train (c) Molly Gibson-Andrews 07 BB1989_05_PM
Farther Along (duet, Joe Prater & Molly Gibson-Andrews) 08 BB1989_05_PM

Field Recording of Marji Hazen and Gail Reed's Third Sunday Gathering. Sunbury, Ohio
collected on one 90 minute cassette tape, digitized to 2 CDs Aug. 4, 2007 by Marji Hazen, UNDATED, 2 to 5 pm, 16 participants,

3SG1987unknowndate
Special conditions: from conversation, it appears this gathering took place in the evening, might have been one of the very first.

Participants
Gail & Art Reed - lap dulcimers
Frank & Joyce Nolan - lap dulcimers
Jack & Eva Clements- lap dulcimers
Ray & Barbara Holly - Ray - guitar,
Barbara, supportive wife
Marji Hazen - folk harp & lap dulcimer
Sylvia Miller- guitar
Wayne Emory - lap dulcimer, saw, etc.
Barbara Willey - lap dulcimer
Karen Giruaurd - lap dulcimer, guitar
Steve & Rochelle Smith & son Brandon
Steve - lap dulcimers, Rochelle-hammered dulcimer

DISK 1 of 2
1 Tape Track 01 Ash Grove w/Hazen lyrics
2 Tape Track 02 Sweet Hour of Prayer
3 Tape Track 03 Skye Boat Song w/discussion of not dropping that final note that sounds as if it should drop
4 Tape Track 04 3 Sylvia Miller originals
Not Ready for Love ©
Miss Liberty ©
Cincinnati ©
5 Tape Track 05 Waterbound
6 Tape Track 06 Red River Valley
7 Tape Track 07 Simple Gifts
8 Tape Track 08 Peace like a River
9 Tape Track 09 discussion about dulcimer festivals
10 Tape Track 10 Midnight on the Water w/hammered dulcimer
11 Tape Track 11 Banks of the Ohio w/ Wayne Emory playing musical saw
12 Tape Track 12 Not Particular & South Wind
13 Tape Track 13 Boil Them Cabbage

DISK 2 of 2
1 Tape Track 14 Sloop John B
end of meeting
2 Ash Grove 6:05
3 Banks of the Ohio (with musical saw) 7:28
4 Boil Them Cabbage Down 2:15
5 Midnight On The Water (waltz) 2:39
6 Not Particular (joke) 0:36
7 Peace Like a River 2:22
8 Red River Valley 3:31
9 Simple Gifts 4:00
10 Skye Boat Song 5:55
11 Sloop John B, The 4:29
12 South Wind (waltz) 2:37
13 Sweet Hour of Prayer 2:45
14 Waterbound 2:28

3sg1988april17
Participant notes & unusual circumstances
Some old-time musicians dropped by to play with us.

o2 country singers John ? with guitar and girlfriend who sings also
o1 professional violinist/fiddler who fixed up a fiddle "to play soft" just to sound good with us
oSomebody was trying to save tape by turning off their recorder after every song. Luckily, the timing was such that it didn't interfere with others also recording.


Regulars at this meeting were:


oJack and Eva Clements - dulcimers
oBarbara DeRoche-dulcimer
oAndy Beyer-dulcimer
oSylvia Miller-guitar
oSandi Vitek-dulcimer
oMarji Hazen-harp
oFrank and Joyce Nolan-dulcimer
oBetsy Salt-dulcimer
oSteven K. Smith-dulcimers
oSauni Bratton - hammered dulcimer
oRay Holly- classical guitar complete with the long fingernails


Disk 1
1 Tape Track 1 8:57
01 All the Good Times (trad. Old Time)
02 Michael, Row the Boat Ashore (C). Folk Revival)
2 Tape Track 2 9:23
03 Angeline the Baker (trad.) vocal
04 Aragon Mill (C) Si Kahn
3 Tape Track 3 12:51
05 Farther Along
06 Worried Man Blues (C) Leadbelly
4 Tape Track 4 8:49
07 Streets of Laredo
08 I'll Fly Away (C)
5 Tape Track 5 9:22
09 Happy Endings on the Banks of the Ohio
6 Tape Track 6 14:42
10 Fiddler's Last Tune, The (C) example of how "mistakes" are handled in parlor music7 Tape Track 7 8:32
11 I Saw the Light
8 Tape Track 8 4:11
12 (introducing a new song)
Disk 2
1 Tape Track 9 5:11
13 Whiskey Before Breakfast w/guest fiddler
14 Wildwood Flower w/guests
2 Tape Track 10 7:08
15 Betsy sings ballad from her book w/dulcimer
16 Joys of Love, The
3 Tape Track 11 5:38
17 O Flower of Scotland
4 Tape Track 12 8:13
18 Skye Boat Song Track
5 Tape Track 13 13:10
19 Constant Love (C) Sylvia Miller
20 Deep Blue Sea (C) movie theme
6 Tape Track 14 12:50
21 Goodnight Irene (C)
22 Simple Gifts
7 Tape Track 15 11:24
23 Boil Them Cabbage Down
24 In Heaven There Is No Beer
8 Tape Track 16 9:33
25 Five Foot Two (John's 20s rendition)
26 sharing a new song (C) great example of group acceptance and encouragement
Disk 3
1 Tape Track 17 8:57
26 Angeline the Baker FIDDLE Instr.
27 Er-i-ee Canal
2 Tape Track 18 8:31
28 Joys of Love, The
29 Whispering Hope (instrumental)
SONG CUTS
3 All the Good Times 4:27
4 Michael Row the Boat Ashore (c) 2:03
5 Angeline the Baker (vocal) 3:03
6 Aragon Mill (c) 4:28
7 Farther Along 4:56
8 Streets of Laredo, The 2:35
9 I'll Fly Away (C) 3:44
10 Happy Endings MUSICAL SAW 6:43
11 Fiddler's Last Tune, The (C)
12 I Saw the Light 4:07
13 Whiskey Before Breakfast FIDDLE 1:59
14 Wildwood Flower 1:52
15 Boil Them Cabbage Down 3:01
16 In Heaven There Is No Beer 2:05
17 Angeline The Baker FIDDLE 2:52
18 Er-i-ee Canal, The 4:34

3SG1988_02_21
Special Circumstances:
Square dance banjo player tries to integrate with 3SG, but needs to play in keys other than D and drowns out the dulcimers. Integrating neo-traditional and parlor musicians usually fails. Parlor musicians, while defending against neo-traditional musicians "helping out" by teaching us to "play right", remain polite and cordial until NT musicians figure out there is no solution and go back (often in a huff) to their own musical paradigm.

Participants
Sylvia Miller
Marji Hazen
Steve Smith
Betsy Salt
Gail & Rev. Art Reed
Jack & Eva Clements
Frank & Joyce Nolan
Karen Giruaurd
Wayne Emory
John Hoffman
Barbara Willey
Mr. & Mrs. Dave Hart
Mary Adams (of Georgia)
Nameless banjo player who left early

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 01
Good News, Great Joy © Sylvia Miller
2 Tape Track 02 Joys of Love, The
3 Tape Track 03 banjo set

oWhen the Saints Go Marching In
oLittle Old Log Cabin in the Lane


4 Tape Track 04 South Wind
5 Tape Track 05 Old Joe Clark
A Gallon of Tears © Sylvia Miller
6 Tape Track 06 Deep Blue Sea (C)
7 Tape Track 07 Skye Boat Song
8 Tape Track 087 All the Good Times
9 Tape Track 09 Amazing Grace
10 Tape Track 10 Aragon Mill © Si Kahn 1971
11 Tape Track 11 Boil Them Cabbage Down

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 12 Er-i-ee Canal
2 Tape Track 13 Farther Along
3 Tape Track 14 Icelandic Ballad,
Betsy Salt w/lap dulcimer
4 Tape Track 15 Happy Endings on the Banks
Wayne Emery playing musical saw
5 Tape Track 16 Goodnight, Irene © The Guthrie Children's Trust Fund
6 Tape Track 17 South Wind
7 Tape Track 18 Give Me the Roses
8 Tape Track 19 Down in the Valley © folk revival
9 Tape Track 20 Away with Rum © folk revival
10 Tape Track 21 All the Good Times (w/more participants)
11 Tape Track 22 Waterbound
12 Tape Track 23 Peace Like a River © folk revival
13 Tape Track 24 Simple Gifts (verses 3 & 4 Betsy found in a very old hymnal @ Otterbein Library where she works. They spread throughout the dulcimer community over the next few years.)
14 Tape Track 25 Oh Mary, Don't You Weep
15 Tape Track 26 Whiskey Before Breakfast

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 27 Constant Love (C) Sylvia Miller
2 Tape Track 28 You Are My Sunshine (c)
3 Tape Track 29 Somebody's Kickin' My Dog Around
4 30 Home to the Circle (Hazen lyrics)
5 Tape Track 30 I Am A Pilgrim, Betsy w/dulcimer
6 Tape Track 31 I Saw the Light
7 Tape Track 32 I'll Fly Away
Some Selected Cuts
8 Old Joe Clark 2:36
9 Away with Rum (C) 2;38
10 All the Good Times 4:14
11 The Joys of Love 3:58
12 Boil Them Cabbage Down 2:50
13 Waterbound 2:16
14 Peace Like a River 2:57
15 Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane (banjo) 0.52
16 When The Saints Go Marching In (banjo) 0.52

3sg1988_01_17
Special circumstances: Two soloists with no respect for parlor music conventions decided to inflict themselves on us this day. Near the end of the first half of the session, Marji, rather more gently than usual for her, attempted to reign in the disruptive egos. Sylvia, the songwriter, at least attempts to bring songs we can play along with. Others bring chromatic music they love, but which parlor musicians can't play because of limitations of our diatonic instruments. Music throughout this session was rather strident as stress affected everyone's playing.

Participants:
Gail Reed
Marji Hazen
Steve & Rochelle Smith & Brandon
Frank & Joyce Nolan
Eva and Jack Clemens
Barbara Dowell

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 I'll Fly Away (c)
2 Tape Track 2 Boil Them Cabbage Down
3 Tape Track 3 Roll, Olentangy, Roll On (C) words Danny O'Day of Canada, Marji collected it from Bebe Springer of Columbus who learned it from Danny; (C) Roll On, Columbia tune Guthrie Children's Trust Fund
4 Tape Track 4 Frozen Logger, The (c) James Stevens
5 Tape Track 5 Aragon Mill (c) Si Kahn
6 Tape Track 6 new hymn introduced by shy inexperienced leader
7 Tape Track 7 Give Me The Roses
8 Tape Track 8 Happy Endings
9 Tape Track 9 Old Blue Coat (my father used to wear) (C) Sally Rogers (fragment)
10 Tape Track 10 Home to the Circle
11 Tape Track 11 You Are My Sunshine (c) 1941 Gov. Jimmy Davis of Louisiana
12 Tape Track 12 Cincinnati bicentennial song (c) Sylvia Miller
13 Tape Track 13 Amazing Grace

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 14 Waltzing with Bears (c) Words, adapted from Dr. Seuss, Music Eugene Poddany, popular in the Ohio dulcimer clubs
2 Tape Track 15 Peace Like a River (cyberhymnal.com says traditional)
3 Tape Track 16 I Shall Not Be Moved
4 Tape Track 17 The Turning of the World (c) ?
5 Tape Track 18 Deep Blue Sea (c) movie theme; person who introduced it "cleaned up" the accidental and simplified the composer's harmony. I always suspected this item was brought to us as a snarky joke by someone contemptuous of parlor music's apparent simplicity.
6 Tape Track 19 Two more attempts to "enrich" our PD repertoire with folk revival items:
Worried Man Blues (c) Leadbelly
Blue Water Line (c)
7 Tape Track 20 Er-i-ee Canal
8 Tape Track 21 I Saw the Light, trad.
9 Tape Track 22 Somebody's Kickin' My Dog Around
10 Tape Track 23 Wildwood Flower
11 Tape Track 24 Away with Rum
12 Tape Track 25 Red River Valley
13 Tape Track 26 Goodnight Ireme (c) Leadbelly
14 Tape Track 27 Aragon Mill
15 Tape Track 28 The Joys of Love
16 Tape Track 29 Soutwind

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 30 The Sloop John B.
2 Tape Track 31 Whiskey Before Breakfast with commentary
3 Tape Track 32 Do Lord
MEETING ENDS
4 Do, Lord 2:25
5 I Shall Not Be Moved 3:34
6 Waltzing with Bears (c) 3:55

Special circumstances: Conversation during this session illustrates the desire married musicians often have that their spouse would participate in the music too, even to the point of facilitating their learning of an instrument if they don't already play one that fits with the parlor music format. Couples like Jack and Eva Clements and Frank and Joyce Nolan who do share an enthusiasm for the music seem to be happier than those where the spouse may attend, but not participate or chooses not to attend.
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Participants:
Marji Hazen - folk harp
Gail and Art Reed - lap dulcimers
Steven K. Smith - lap dulcimer
Rochelle Volens-Smith (Mrs. Steve) hammered dulcimer (just learning)
John Hoffman - guitar
Sylvia Miller - guitar
Betsy Salt- lap dulcimer

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 All the Good Times
2 Tape Track 2 Amazing Grace
3 Tape Track 3 Aragon Mill
4 Tape Track 4 Aura Lee
5 Tape Track 5 Angeline the Baker
6 Tape Track 6 The Joys of Love
7 Tape Track 7 The Er-i-ee Canal
8 Tape Track 8 The Battle of Jerico GUITAR John Hoffman
9 Tape Track 9 Simple Gifts
10 Tape Track 10 Happy Endings
11 Tape Track 11 Roll, Olentangy, Roll On (c)
12 Tape Track 12 Flower of Scotland LAP DULCIMER Betsy Salt
13 Tape Track 13 Whiskey Before Breakfast

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 14 Away With Rum (c)
2 Tape Track 15 I'll Fly Away (c)
3 Tape Track 16 I Saw the Light
4 Tape Track 17 Star of the County Down LAP AND HAMMERED DULCIMERS Steven K. Smith and Rochelle Volens-Smith
5 Tape Track 18 Skye Boat Song
6 Tape Track 19 Southwind
7 Tape Track 20 Home to the Circle
8 Tape Track 21 Little Liza Jane
9 Tape Track 22 The Cat Came Back DULCIMER Steve Smith
10 Tape Track 23 Keel Row
11 Tape Track 24 Red River Valley
12 Tape Track 25 Redwing
13 Tape Track 26 Old Joe Clark
14 Tape Track 27 Farther Along

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 28 Give Me the Roses
2 Tape Track 29 You Are My Sunshine (c)
3 Tape Track 30 I Shall Not Be Moved
4 Tape Track 31 Do, Lord
5 Tape Track 32 The Joys of Love
6 Tape Track 33 Aragon Mill
Edited for Broadcast
7 Angeline the Baker 2:19
8 The Cat Came Back 3:21
9 Battle of Jericho 2:10
10 Keel Row 2:23
11 Old Joe Clark 2:15
12 Redwing 1:46
13 Star of the County Down 4:02
14 Whiskey Before Breakfast 1:58

3SG1987-10-18
met at Methodist Church at Galena. 2-5 pm
room had poor acoustics, not a very good recording, but conversation is
discernable, music cuts useful for documentation rather than quality
This group was just getting started & still learning to play with each other though all attendees were acquainted through various dulcimer clubs and festivals..
Participants
Gail Reed-dulcimer, autoharp
Frank and Joyce Nolan-dulcimers
Marji Hazen-harp, dulcimer
Saundra Bratton-hammered dulcimer
Barbara ? fiddler
John ?
Betsy Salt
Sylvia Miller
Larry Crest
Barb McDowell
Steve Smith

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 17:39

oAll the Good Times
otuning


2 Tape Track 2 8:50


oHappy Endings


3 Tape Track 3 7:20


oWhiskey Before Breakfast
oChicken Reel


4 Tape Track 4 4:06


oSoldier's Joy


5 Tape Track 5 7:57


oConstant Love (C) Sylvia Miller


6 Tape Track 6 3:30


oConstant Love (C)


7 Tape Track 7 9:19


oI'll Fly Away (C)
ocamping discussion


8 Tape Track 8 4:31


oJune Apple


9 Tape Track 9 8:21


oattempted Mockingbird


10 Tape Track 10 3:02


oguitar harmonics
oIda Red





DISK 2
1 Tape Track 11 6:13


oJohnny Appleseed


2 Tape Track 12 8:01


oWildwood Flower


3 Tape Track 13 4:00


oEr-i-ee Canal (incomplete)


4 Tape Track 14 6:13


oGypsy Rover (C) folk revival
oBallad with dulcimer - Betsy (c)


5 Tape Track 15 6:11


oWhere Have All the Flowers Gone (C) folk revival


6 Tape Track 16 2:38


oWhiskey Before Breakfast (Steve Smith leads w/dulcimer)


7 Tape Track 17 5:25


oI'll Fly Away (C)


8 Tape Track 18 4:07


ofiddle tune fragment by Betsy
oBoil Them Cabbage Down


9 Tape Track 19 11:31


oRedwing
oRed River Valley
ooriginal song by Sylvia (C)
oconversation about copyrights


10 Tape Track 20 11:03


oHome to the Circle


11 Tape Track 21 8:40


oJoys of Love, The



DISC 3
1 Waterbound 3:27
2 Tape Track 22 7:47


oSteve's "in-work" dulcimer piece
oWaterbound
oreference to Gypsy Rover which came up at Tape Track 13 (possibly this tape sequence was mislabeled)


3 Chicken Reel 0:12
4 Ida Red 0:51
5 June Apple 2:26
6 Red River Valley 4:02
7 Redwing 1:45
8 Solders' Joy 1:58

3sg1987_08_16
Special circumstances: This meeting was quite heavy on talk between the songs as we were all very sad and more in need of each other's company than in need of playing music. Ray Holly, our very well-liked classical guitarist member had passed away suddenly only a few days before, just three weeks after he, Barb Willey, and Marji, playing as "Friends In D" won the ensemble contest at Bob Evans dulcimer festival. As is also mentioned in conversation, eleven of us had also played the Ohio State Fair a week or two before this meeting. Without Ray, entertaining with smiles on our faces was difficult for all of us, but we managed to cope with that two-hour show in the Cox Fine Arts Building on the State Fairgrounds. At least there they had air conditioning unlike other venues on the fairgrounds. Also of interest is a discussion of why our songbook does not have page numbers (it's in alphabetical order so we can add songs without having to deal with renumbering pages. New song sheets are simply inserted at the correct point for titles to be in alphabetical order.)



Participants:
Marji Hazen - folk harp
Gail and Art Reed - lap dulcimers
Steve and Rochelle Smith - lap dulcimer & hammered dulcimer
John Hoffman - guitar
Sylvia Miller - guitar & spoons
Betsy Salt - lap dulcimer
Sauni Bratton - hammered dulcimer, lap dulcimer
Karen Giruard - lap dulcimer
Zelda - guitar


DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 All the Good Times
2 Tape Track 2 Angeline the Baker
3 Tape Track 3 Away With Rum
4 Tape Track 4 The Joys of Love
5 Tape Track 5 Down by the Riverside
6 Tape Track 6 Good News
7 Tape Track 7 Gypsy Rover (c) 60s folk revival
8 Tape Track 8 John reminisces about ragtime. Marji plays two lively ones, but, folks, THEY AINT RAGS! This is major evidence of her distraction this day.
In The Mood (c) 1940s swing
Just Because (c) 1920s polka
9 Tape Track 9 Two Rounds
In Good Old Colony Times
Black Socks
10 Tape Track 10 Over The Waterfall played by Sauni B

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 11 Acres of Clams
2 Tape Track 12 Darling Nellie Gray
3 Tape Track 13 Child ballad: Willie Moore - Zelda
4 Tape Track 14 Er-i-ee Canal
5 Tape Track 15 I'll Fly Away
6 Tape Track 16 Home on the Range
7 Tape Track 17 Old Joe Clark
8 Tape Track 18 Keel Row
9 Tape Track 19 Aura Lee
10 Tape Track 20 Muss I Denn?
11 Tape Track 21 Buckeye Jim
12 Tape Track 22 A Million Miles to the City (c) - Zelda
13 Tape Track 23 Ballad of 40 Bucks (c) - Zelda
14 Tape Track 24 Cripple Creek - Sauni
15 Tape Track 25 Mississippi Sawyer, Sauni

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 26 Soldiers' Joy
2 Tape Track 27 Boil Them Cabbage Down
Edited Cuts
3 Acres of Clams (c) lyrics 5:16
4 Angeline the Baker 3:28
5 Aura Lee 3:44
6 The Ballad of Forty Bucks (c) 2:38
7 Boil Them Cabbage Down 3:04
8 Buckeye Jim 1:20
9 Cripple Creek 0:56
10 Down by the Riverside 4:17
11 Gypsy Rover (c) folk revival 4:09
12 Home on the Range 6:00
13 Mississippi Sawyer 1:16
14 Muss I Denn 1:43
15 Old Joe Clark 4:34
16 Over the Waterfall 0:44
17 Soldiers' Joy 1:42

3sg1987_06_21
Special circumstances: Each session is influenced by the inclinations of the participants. In this one, a lot of people wanted to share music they've been learning from various sources. It illustrates the typical 1987 folk process by which music was usually inserted into the folk process by commercial media which at that time was limited to several large corporations that pretty much controlled what was published and what was not published, thus profoundly influencing popular culture. In groups like 3SG, the folk process also operates through people sharing favorite songs by giving out printed copies and then teaching or demonstrating the song. The copyright issue was just beginning to be raised at this point, so more often than not the shared music was copied from commercial sources such as purchased sheet music or the individual's rendering of a song heard from a recording. The Public Domain Information Project had started the year before, but copyright issues had not yet begun to affect the contemporary folk process.

Participants:
Marji Hazen
Gail and Art Reed
Steve and Rochelle Smith
Jessica ?
John Hoffman
Sylvia Miller

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 The Joys of Love
2 Tape Track 2 Boil Them Cabbage Down
3 Tape Track 3 Go Tell Aunt Rhody
4 Tape Track 4 I'll Fly Away
5 Tape Track 5 My Bonnie
6 Tape Track 6 Jessica sings a settlers' lament (c)? (might be from a Ricky Skaggs record)
7 Tape Track 7 John sings a couple verses of a version of Stawberry Roan that he got off a record. (C)
8 Tape Track 8 Ray Holly plays a classical guitar piece by Carelli learned from printed music
9 Tape Track 9 Steve plays "One I Love" learned from a Sally Rogers dulcimer record
10 Tape Track 10 Marji plays one verse & chorus of Monday Tuesday learned from a Mary O'Hara record
11 Tape Track 11 Aragon Mill
12 Tape Track 12 You Are My Sunshine (c)
13 Tape Track 13 Country Gardens
14 Tape Track 14 Red River Valley
15 Tape Track 15 Happy Endings
16 Tape Track 16 Under the Double Eagle (c) Ray Holly & John Hoffman guitars
17 Tape Track 17 Long Time Lovers (c) Sylvia Miller
18 Tape Track 18 Constant Love (c) Sylvia Miller

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 19 Will The Circle Be Unbroken (we were still using the original words on this date) (c)
2 Tape Track 20 Amazing Grace
3 Tape Track 21 One I Love (c) Sally Rogers arrangement
4 Tape Track 22 Home On the Range
5 Tape Track 23 Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys (c)
6 Tape Track 24 I Saw the Light
7 Tape Track 25 The Joys of Love
8 Tape Track 26 Whiskey Before Breakfast
9 Tape Track 27 Darling Nellie Gray
10 Tape Track 28 Goodnight, Irene (c)
11 Tape Track 29 On Top of Old Smokey
12 Tape Track 30 South Wind
13 Tape Track 31 I'll Fly Away (c)
14 Tape Track 32 Reluctant Close (speech only)
Edited Cuts for Broadcast
15 Aunt Rhody 2:28
16 My Bonnie 3:36
17 On Top of Old Smokey 2:48
This song does not "sing" well in D.
18 Under the Double Eagle 1:44 GUITARS Ray Holly and John Hoffman

Special circumstances: 2 pleasant, but loud hammered dulcimer players dominated today's session. It didn't really cause a problem this day because there weren't many lap dulcimers to drown out. Though they're both called dulcimers, lap and hammered don't generally mix well. 2nd special circumstance: This day was the final day of Coshocton Dulcimer Days & most dulcimer players that usually meet with us fit in our meeting on their way home from Coshocton . Around Tape Track 26 is some interesting discussion of Susan Porter's dulcimer tour to Ireland. (See the Susan Porter Collection at http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/amrc/collection/porterguide.pdf

Participants:
Marji Hazen-harp
John Hoffman-guitar
Gail Reed - lap dulcimer
Barbara DeRoche - hammered dulcimer
Barbara Sumner - hammered dulcimer
Ray and Barbara Holly-guitar
Sylvia Miller - guitar, spoons
Sauni Bratton - hammered dulcimer
Jack & Eva Clements
Betsy Salt - lap dulcimer
Rev. Art Reed
Frank & Joyce Nolan

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 All the Good Times
2 Tape Track 2 Amazing Grace
3 Tape Track 3 Happy Endings on the Banks of the Ohio, tune:trad., words:Marji Hazen
4 Tape Track 4 Barbara DeRoche HAMMERED DULCIMER solo
5 Tape Track 5 Boil Them Cabbage Down
6 Tape Track 6 I'll Fly Away (c)
7 Tape Track 7 Waterbound
8 Taoe Track 8 All The Good Times, another time so all could enjoy
9 Tape Track 9 The Joys of Love
10 Tape Track 10 The Reverend Mr. Black (c) GUITAR John Hoffman
11 Tape Track 11 Westphalia Waltz HAMMERED DULCIMER Barbara DeRoche
12 Will the Circle be Unbroken? (c) Brumley words
13 Aragon Mill (c) composer Si Kahn, 1971
14 classical GUITAR solo, Ray Holly (c) probably from a lesson book
15 Darling Nellie Gray
16 Whiskey Before Breakfast
17 The Ash Grove
18 Londonderry Air

DISK 2
19 Country Gardens
20 White Coral Bells HAMMERED DULCIMER Barbara DeRoche
21 I'll Fly Away
22 The Hand of the Man (c) GUITAR John Hoffman
23 The Rose HAMMERED DULCIMERS (c)
24 I Saw the Light
25 I Shall Not Be Moved
26 Harvest Home/Fisher's Hornpipe HAMMERED DULCIMER
27 Wildwood Flower
28 Red River Valley
29 The Joys of Love
30 Simple Gifts
31 You Are My Sunshine (c) by Jimmy Davis 1941
32 Farther Along
33 On Top of Old Smokey

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 34 Away With Rum
2 Tape Track 35 Kum Bah Yah
3 Tape Track 36 Good Night, Ladies
4 Tape Track 37 Michael, Row the Boat Ashore (c)
5 Tape Track 38 Skip to my Lou
6 Tape Track 39 Beatles Song (c) GUITAR HARMONICA John Hoffman
Edited for Broadcast
7 Amazing Grace 2:30
8 Away with Rum (c) 4:25
9 Boil Them Cabbage Down 2:05
10 Country Gardens 1:07
11 Darling Nellie Gray 1:53
12 DeRoche HAMMERED DULCIMER TUNE 2:21
13 Good Night, Ladies 1:15
14 Harvest Home / Fisher's Hornpipe 2:25
15 CLASSICAL GUITAR lesson piece, Ray Holly2:58
16 The Joys of Love 2:58
17 Kum Bah Yah 3:26
18 Londonderry Air 1:46
19 On Top of Old Smokey 2:28
20 The Rose (c) 2:40
21 Simple Gifts 3:43
22 Soldiers' Joy 2:00
23 Waterbound 2:30
24 Westphalia Waltz HAMMERED DULCIMER Barbara DeRoche 2:00
25 Whiskey Before Breakfast 1:18
26 White Coral Bells 1:07
27 Wildwood Flower 2:16
28 You Are My Sunshine 2:39

3sg1987_04_17
Special circumstances:
Weather was too bad to go to Galena, so those in Columbus gathered at Marji's apartment at 4945 N. High St. This was actually the first time together for the group that was called Friends In D.
Mando Guy and Singing Girl turned out to be two poverty-stricken mental patients who were stealing medication from a number of unsuspecting "friends" including Marji & had to be banned from her home. Too bad. She really enjoyed making music with them the few months that their friendship lasted.

Attendees:
Marji Hazen
Steve & Rochelle Smith & Brandon
Ray & Barbara Holly
"Mando Guy"
"Singing Girl"

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 I Saw The Light
2 Tape Track 2 Rock-a My Soul
3 Tape Track 3 Down By the Riverside
4 Tape Track 4 The Er-i-ee Canal
5 Tape Track 5 Red River Valley
and Telepathy
6 Tape Track 6 Roll, Olentangy, Roll On
7 Tape Track 7 Peace Like a River
8 Tape Track 8 attempt at Darling Nellie Gray
D is not a good key for singing this one
9 Tape Track 9 Clementine
10 Tape Track 10 Do Lord
11 Tape Track 11 Mountain Dew (c)
but first, some of Ray Holly's really good guitar noodling

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 12 Mama's Soup Surprise (c)
& info on Bernie's (a High
St. hangout where the Parlor Band
played a couple of times)
2 Tape Track 13 All The Good Times
3 Tape Track 14 All God's Critters (c) Bill Staines with a filk verse added at the end by sf fan Steve Smith
4 Tape Track 15 Amazing Grace & little Brandon's psaltry
5 Tape Track 16 Farther Along
6 Tape Track 17 Will The Circle Be Unbroken
7 Tape Track 18 Wildwood Flower
8 Tape Track 19 Waterbound
9 Tape Track 20 This Land is Your Land (c)
10 Tape Track 21 I'll Fly Away
11 Tape Track 22 I Shall Not Be Moved

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 23 Keel Row
2 Tape Track 24 Mississippi Sawyer with "Singing Girl" playing spoons borrowed from the kitchen drawer as is traditional
3 Tape Track 25 Mary, Don't You Weep
4 Tape Track 26 Happy Endings on the Banks
Edited Music
5 All God's Critters 3:18
6 Clementine 4:52
7 Darling Nellie Gray 3:22
8 Do, Lord 3:04
9 Down by the Riverside 2:54
10 Mississippi Sawyer 1:48
11 Mountain Dew 5:44
12 Rock-a My Soul 1:48
13 I Shall Not Be Moved 3:53
14 This Land Is Your Land 3:23

3sg1987_02_15
Special circumstances: Several people shared some of their favorite musical treasures: Child ballads, humorous songs, instrumentals that indicated what they're working on currently.

Participants:
Gail Reed
Marji Hazen
Ray and Barbara Holly
Steve and Rochelle Smith, & Brandon
Frank and Joyce Nolan
Jack and Eva Clements
Barbara Willey & Zelda
Barbara DeRoche
Sauni Bratton
Sylvia Miller
John Hoffman

DISK 1
1 Tape Track 1 Boil Them Cabbage Down
2 Tape Track 2 All the Good Times
3 Tape Track 3 You Are My Sunshine
4 Tape Track 4 Simple Gifts
5 Tape Track 5 Joys of Love, The
6 Tape Track 6 Banks of the Ohio
7 Tape Track 7 Folsom Prison Blues (c)
8 Tape Track 8 Aura Lee
9 Tape Track 9 All the Good Times
10 Tape Track 10 Under the Double Eagle (c) German (c) restored in US 1999 under the Berne Convention GUITAR
11 Tape Track 11 Do Lord (conflicting preferences of harmony among the singers: church vs. camp version)
12 Tape Track 12 Redwing
13 Tape Track 13 What Will I Leave Behind?
14 Tape Track 14 Cripple Creek, BANJO Ray Holly
15 Tape Track 15 Australian Barbee Song shared by Steven K. Smith w/DULCIMER
16 Tape Track 16 Amazing Grace
17 Tape Track 17 The Great Silkie (Zelda)

DISK 2
1 Tape Track 18 Aragon Mill
2 Tape Track 19 attempt at Irish Washerwoman
3 Tape Track 20 This Little Light of Mine (c) arrangement
4 Tape Track 21 I Never Could Live Without You (c)
5 Tape Track 22 Wildwood Flower
6 Tape Track 23 dulcimer tune, Barbara Willey
7 Tape Track 24 The Midnight Marauder (c) words from a Limeliters' album
8 Tape Track 25 Henry Martin (Zelda)
9 Tape Track 26 Good Old Colony Times LAP DULCIMERS
10 Tape Track 27 Keel Row
11 Tape Track 28 Down In the Valley
12 Tape Track 29 I'll Fly Away (c)
13 Tape Track 30 Golden Slippers
14 Tape Track 31 Red River Valley
15 Tape Trach 31 John Henry & another tune BANJO, Ray Holly
16 Tape Track 33 4 with HARP
In the Boarding House
Mary's Swarm of Bees
Annie Laurie
Aunt Rhody
17 Tape Track 34 Skip to My Lou
18 Tape Track 35 Danny Boy HARP

DISK 3
1 Tape Track 36 two w/dulcimers
2 Country Gardens
3 The Ash Grove
4 Tape Track 37 Lorena GUITAR
5 Tape Track 38 She'll Be Comin' Around the Mountain (D isn't a good key for singing this one)
6 Tape Track 39 Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
7 Tape Track 40 Happy Birthday (c) Warner Bros. (John Hoffman will be 65 before we meet again)
Songs from this session
8 All The Good Times 4:08
9 Aura Lee 4:08
10 Banks of the Ohio 4:30
11 Boil Them Cabbage Down 1:58
12 Country Gardens 1:08
13 Cripple Creek 1:49
14 Golden Slippers 2:00
15 The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry 2:35
16 Henry Martin 3:20
17 The Joys of Joy Ann (c) Barbara Willey 2:31
LAP DULCIMER
18 The Keel Row 1:53
19 What Will I Leave Behind? (C)? 3:33
20 Wildwood Flower 1:37
Object Name Manuscript
People Hazen, Marji.
Related Publications Cooperative Recreation Service-collected titles.
Scope & Content The collection contains the following groups recorded onto audio casette tapes.

3SG - Third Sunday Gathering;
COM - tapes of musicians in the collection that were made for commercial sale, usually self-produced and self-funded
FIDA - Friends In D Ashland (membership varied through the years); Marji Hazen, Bill and Marianne Bartlett; Mac Bright; Myron Neibor; Kay Suittor, John Kafka, Ed and Dee Mazur, Pat Glass, Keith Diehlmann, Bob Crego, Steve Smith, others.
FIDC - Friends In D Columbus;
FKC - Folkcetera, program produced by Rick Tilton which succeeded MBB on WCBE Radio
FRL - field recordings that relate to other items in the Collection
GBS - Great Black Swamp Dulcimer Festival, Lima, Ohio
LTR - Leland Trace, Marji Hazen's first stage band in Columbus (11 regular members): Marji Hazen, Andy Beyer, Sandi Vitek, Chris Wagner, Karen Girouard, Sylvia Miller, Sauni Bratton, Linda Markels; Sharon Vasquez, Ellie Casebolt, Steven K. Smith
MAS - Musketballs and Appleseeds, a historical re-enactment created by Rev. Arthur A. Reed & Mrs. Gail R. Reed in which Marji sometimes participated with her harp.
MBB - Marji's Ballad Book; MHS - Marji Hazen's own original songs
MDC - Mansfield Dulcimer Club;
MHS - alphabetical collection of Marji Hazen's songs (includes 3 tapes)
MOT - Malabar Farm Old Time Music Festival staged by ODNR
NFF - National Folk Festival held 1986__ and 1986 at the Cuyahoga Recreation Area in Cleveland, a traveling festival that is held annually, but in various locations throughout the US. Showcase for LOC Ethnology Dept's choice of outstanding US traditional musicians.
OHF - Ohio Hills Folk Festival held annually at Quaker City, Ohio.
PBC - Parlour Band, Marji's 2nd stage band in Columbus (7 regular members) Marji Hazen, Andy Beyer, Sandi Vitek, Chris Wagner, Sylvia Miller, Sauni Bratton, Linda Markels
QCF - Quaker City Folk Festival
SFF - Sheets Family Farm Fest - musical gathering open to a large number of invited guests and local musicians at the family farm, held annually during the 1980_s
WMAN - Marji's continuity production at WMAN AM Mansfield Radio Station

KEY: to be used for tracking production process (not yet included on this document)
D = digitized file on hard disk,
E = Edited = file normalized & cuts created
C = detailed content list created & filed including performers, musical selections, etc.
K - CD(s) created
DECK indicates completed package of tape(s), index, & CD(s) are in archives or should be.



Program Title --Cassette Box #
3SG Radio Promo - 143
3SGunknowndate (2 disks)
3SG1986_11_16 - 238
3SG1987_01_17 - 241a & b
3SG1987_02_15 - 242a & b
3SG1987_04_19 - 239a & b
3SG1987_05_17 - 237a & b
3SG1987_06_21
3SG1987_07_19 - 235a & b
3SG1987_08_16 - 236a & b
3SG1987_10_18a
3SG1987_10_18b
3SG1987_10_18c
3SG1987_11_16 - 238
3SG1988_01_17
3SG1988_02_21a
3SG1988_02_21b
3SG1988_02_21c
3SG1988_04_17a
3SG1988_04_17b
3SG1988_04_17c
COMFolkHarp - 162
COMLelandTrace - 161
FIDA1xxxxxxxx - 155
FIDA2003_06_03 - 192
FIDA2004_02_05_ - 193
FIDA2005_01_18 - 194
FIDA2007_07_-17
FIDA2007_07_10_ - 150
FIDA3xxxxxxxx - 156
FIDA4xxxxxxxx - 157
FIDA4xxxxxxxx - 165
FIDC1987_04_03 - 181
FIDC1987_05_09_ - 153
FIDC1987_07_07 - 154
FIDsession1
FKC1990_01_06_ -196
FKC1990_01_13 - 197
FKC1990_01_27 -199
FKC1990_01_30 - 198
FKC1990_02_03_ - 200
FKC1990_02_17 - 201
FKC1990_03_10_ - 202
FKC1990_06_01 - 203
FKC1990_12_08
FRL1982_06_19 - 180
FRL1987_06_23 - 195
FRL1987_SongWkshp - 204
FRLAmySteiner - 176
FRLBarbaraWilley - 174
FRLDanaVibberts - 175
FRLPaul - 177
FRLWellspring1 - 173a
FRLWellspring2 - 173b
GBS1987_JeanRitchie - 178
GBS1987_xxxx1 - 233
GBS1987_xxxx2 - 234
LTR1989_03_30 - 182
LTR1989_04_12_ - 183
LTR1989_04_19 - 184
LTR1989_05_17 - 185
MAS1987_08_xxb - 190
MAS1987_09_01 - 191
MBB1980_Bellville -163
MBB1980_xxxx05 - 135
MBB1980_xxxx06 - 135
MBB1981_09_17 - 160
MBB1981_09_20 - 002
MBB1981_09_xx - 001
MBB1981_10_04 - 004
MBB1981_11_15 - 003
MBB1981_12_07
MBB1981_12_13a - 005
MBB1981_12_13b - 005
MBB1981_12_27 - 006
MBB1981_xxxx41
MBB1982_01_03_ - 007
MBB1982_03_07_ - 008
MBB1982_03_07_b - 008
MBB1982_03_11_ - 009
MBB1982_03_21 - 010
MBB1982_04_18 - 011
MBB1982_04_18cuts -013
MBB1982_04_xx
MBB1982_05_09_MBB1982_05_06_ - 004
MBB1982_05_16AndreaWebb
MBB1982_05_23
MBB1982_05_30 - 012
MBB1982_06_04 - 013
MBB1982_06_13 - 012
MBB1982_06_23
MBB1982_07_04 -014
MBB1982_07_11_ - 015
MBB1982_08_01 - 016
MBB1982_08_08 - 240
MBB1982_08_15 - 014
MBB1982_08_22 - 011
MBB1982_08_29 - 006
MBB1982_09_05 - 003
MBB1982_09_12_ - 009
MBB1982_09_20 - 015
MBB1982_09_23
MBB1982_09_26 - 010
MBB1982_09_xx - 002
MBB1982_10_03 - 007
MBB1982_10_10 - 017
MBB1982_10_17 - 018
MBB1982_10_24 - 017
MBB1982_10_31 - 018
MBB1982_12_26 - 019
MBB1982_01_30 - 019
MBB1982_02_20 - 020
MBB1982_02_27 - 020
MBB1982_03_06 - 042
MBB1982_03_13 - 042
MBB1982_04_01 - 021
MBB1982_04_23 - 021
MBB1982_04_29 - 022
MBB1982_05_27 - 058
MBB1982_06_05 - 023
MBB1982_06_18midsummer - 024
MBB1982_06_19 - 025
MBB1982_06_23GerberMiller
MBB1982_06_25 - 024
MBB1982_06_26 - 025
MBB1982_07_03 - 023
MBB1982_07_17 - 026
MBB1982_07_24 - 027
MBB1982_08_08 - 240
MBB1982_08_12_ - 022
MBB1982_08_14 - 028
MBB1982_08_28 - 029
MBB1982_09_04 - 029
MBB1982_09_11_ - 030
MBB1982_09_25 - 030
MBB1982_10_02 = 028
MBB1982_10_09 - 031
MBB1982_10_16 - 031
MBB1982_10_23 - 032
MBB1982_10_31 - 032
MBB1982_11_06 - 033
MBB1982_11_13 - 034
MBB1982_11_20 - 034
MBB1982_11_27 - 035
MBB1982_12_04 - 035
MBB1982_12_11 - 036
MBB1982_12_18 - 036
MBB1982_xxxx41 - 144
MBB1984_01_08_ - 033
MBB1984_01_15 - 037
MBB1984_01_22 - 037
MBB1984_01_29 - 038
MBB1984_02_05_ - 039
MBB1984_02_12_ - 039
MBB1984_02_26 - 040
MBB1984_03_04_ - 040
MBB1984_03_11_ - 041
MBB1984_03_18 - 041
MBB1984_03_25 - 042
MBB1984_04_01 - 042
MBB1984_04_08_ - 038
MBB1984_04_15 - 043
MBB1984_04_22 - 043
MBB1984_05_13 - 044
MBB1984_05_20 - 044
MBB1984_05_27 - 045
MBB1984_06_03 - 045
MBB1984_06_09_
MBB1984_06_10_ - 046
MBB1984_06_16 - 047
MBB1984_06_24 - 048
MBB1984_07_01 - 048
MBB1984_07_18 - 027
MBB1984_08_05 - 047
MBB1984_08_19 - 046
MBB1984_09_09 - 049
MBB1984_09_16 - 049
MBB1984_09_23 - 050
MBB1984_09_30 - 051
MBB1984_09_30 - 051
MBB1984_10_07 - 052
MBB1984_10_28 - 053
MBB1984_12_ 25a
MBB1984_12_02 - 054
MBB1984_12_09 - 054
MBB1984_12_16 - 056
MBB1984_12_23 - 056
MBB1984_12_25b
MBB1984_12_30 - 026
MBB1984_12_Xmas
MBB1986__01_03_ - 058
MBB1986__01_13 - 057
MBB1986__01_19 - 083
MBB1986__01_20 - 057
MBB1986__01_27 - 058
MBB1986__02_10_ - 059
MBB1986__02_17 - 059
MBB1986__02_24 - 060
MBB1986__03_03 - 060
MBB1986__03_10_ - 061
MBB1986__03_24a - 062
MBB1986__03_24b - 061
MBB1986__03_31 - 063
MBB1986__04_07_ - 062
MBB1986__04_14 - 064
MBB1986__04_21 - 064
MBB1986__04_28 - 065
MBB1986__05_05 - 066
MBB1986__05_05 - 067
MBB1986__05_12_a - 066
MBB1986__05_12_b - 067
MBB1986__05_19 - 065
MBB1986__05_26 - 608
MBB1986__06_02 - 069
MBB1986__06_09_ - 070
MBB1986__06_16 - 069
MBB1986__06_23 - 068
MBB1986__06_30a - 070
MBB1986__06_30b - 071
MBB1986__07_07a - 071
MBB1986__07_07b - 072
MBB1986__07_14a - 071
MBB1986__07_14b - 072
MBB1986__07_21 - 073
MBB1986__07_28 - 074
MBB1986__08_11_ - 073
MBB1986__08_25 - 074
MBB1986__09_01 - 076
MBB1986__09_08 - 050
MBB1986__09_15 - 051
MBB1986__09_18 -075
MBB1986__09_22 - 075
MBB1986__09_29 - 063
MBB1986__10_06 - 052
MBB1986__10_20 - 077
MBB1986__10_27 - 076
MBB1986__11_03 - 079
MBB1986__11_10a - 078
MBB1986__11_10b - 079
MBB1986__11_17 - 080
MBB1986__11_24 - 080
MBB1986__11_25 - 053
MBB1986__12_01 - 081
MBB1986__12_08 - 081
MBB1986__12_22 - 082
MBB1986__12_29 - 077
MBB1986__xxAC - 145
MBB19860112 - 083
MBB19860119 - 083
MBB19860608a - 084
MBB19860608b - 084
MBB19860704a - 085
MBB19860704b - 085
MBB19860901 - 086
MBB19860927a - 087
MBB19860927b - 087
MBB19861012 - 083
MBB19861127 - 088
MBB1987_04_firstCBE
MBB1987_10_03 - 089
MBB1987_10_04 - 089
MBB1987_10_18 - 090
MBB1987_10_25 - 090
MBB1987_10_Musket: - 089
MBB1987_11_01 - 090
MBB1987_11_07 - 091
MBB1987_11_11 - 089
MBB1987_11_11a - 089a
MBB1987_11_15 - 091
MBB1987_11_24 - 091
MBB1987_12_27 - 092
MBB1988_01_03_ - 092
MBB1988_02_21a - 096a
MBB1988_02_21b - 096b
MBB1988_04_24 - 100
MBB1988_04_xxPorterRockwell - 159
MBB1988_05_xxLelandTrace - 159
MBB1988_06_17 - 100
MBB1988_06_27 - 102
MBB1988_07_04 - 102
MBB1988_07_11_a - 102a
MBB1988_07_11_b - 102b
MBB1988_07_23a - 101
MBB1988_07_23b - 102
MBB1988_07_30 - 102
MBB1988_09_10_ - 099
MBB1988_09_17 - 099
MBB1988_09_24 - 099
MBB1988_10_02 - 098
MBB1988_10_07 - 137
MBB1988_10_16 - 098
MBB1988_10_23 - 098
MBB1988_10_29a - 097
MBB1988_10_29b - 115
MBB1988_11_xxa - 115a
MBB1988_11_xxb - 115b
MBB1988_12_10 - 097
MBB1988_12_24 - 094
MBB1988_12_27 - 093
MBB1988_12_x1 - 093
MBB1988_12_x2: - 093
MBB1988_Christmas - 095
MBB1988_SteveSmith - 095
MBB1988_xsxx31 - 109
MBB1988_xxPB - 146
MBB1988_xxxx07 - 104
MBB1988_xxxx08 - 104
MBB1988_xxxx09 - 104
MBB1988_xxxx10 - 104
MBB1988_xxxx11smith - 104
MBB1988_xxxx12smith - 104
MBB1988_xxxx13 - 105
MBB1988_xxxx14a - 105a
MBB1988_xxxx14b - 105b
MBB1988_xxxx15a - 105a
MBB1988_xxxx15b - 105b
MBB1988_xxxx16a - 106
MBB1988_xxxx16b - 105
MBB1988_xxxx17 - 106
MBB1988_xxxx18 - 106
MBB1988_xxxx19 - 106
MBB1988_xxxx20 - 106
MBB1988_xxxx21 - 106
MBB1988_xxxx22 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx23 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx24 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx25 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx26 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx27 - 107
MBB1988_xxxx28 - 108
MBB1988_xxxx29a - 108
MBB1988_xxxx29b - 109
MBB1988_xxxx30 - 109
MBB1988_xxxx32 - 109
MBB1988_xxxx33 - 109
MBB1988_xxxx34 - 109
MBB1988_xxxx6 - 103
MBB1988_xxxxa - 138
MBB1988_xxxxb - 138
MBB1988_xxxxc - 139
MBB1988_xxxxd - 139
MBB1988_xxxxf - 140
MBB1988_xxxxg - 140
MBB1988_xxxxh - 136
MBB1988_xxxxi - 137
MBB1988_xxxxL - 142
MBB1988_xxxxm - 142
MBB1989_-xxxxk - 141
MBB1989_01_03_a - 093
MBB1989_01_07_ - 094
MBB1989_01_10_ - 093
MBB1989_01_17 - 093
MBB1989_01_28 - 114
MBB1989_01_xx1 - 094
MBB1989_02_18a - 110
MBB1989_02_18b - 111a
MBB1989_02_xx - 114
MBB1989_03_05_a - 111a
MBB1989_03_05_b - 111b
MBB1989_03_05_c - 111c
MBB1989_04_15 - 112
MBB1989_04_29a - 113a
MBB1989_04_29b - 113b
MBB1989_04_xx
MBB1989_04_xxRockwellPorter - 134
MBB1989_05_PraterAndrews
MBB1989_05_xx - 115
MBB1989_08_12_ - 116
MBB1989_09_09 - 117
MBB1989_09_15 - 119
MBB1989_09_15a - 118
MBB1989_09_23b - 118
MBB1989_09_30a - 120
MBB1989_09_30b - 120
MBB1989_10_07 - 121
MBB1989_10_14a - 122a
MBB1989_10_14b -122b
MBB1989_10_21 - 124
MBB1989_10_21 -123
MBB1989_11_04 - 125
MBB1989_11_11a - 126
MBB1989_11_11a - 127
MBB1989_11_25a - 128a
MBB1989_11_25b - 128b
MBB1989_12_02 - 129
MBB1989_12_09 -130
MBB1989_12_23a - 131a
MBB1989_12_23b - 131b
MBB1989_12_25
MBB1989_SylviaMiller - 095
MBB1989_XmasTrio
MBB1989_xxxx01 - 110
MBB1989_xxxx02 - 110
MBB1989_xxxx03 - 111a
MBB1989_xxxx04 - 111a
MBB1989_xxxx36 - 117
MBB1989_xxxx37 - 117
MBB1989_xxxx38 - 117
MBB1989_xxxxJonWolfe - 132
MBB1989_xxxxMarjiDulcimer - 133
MBB1989_xxxxZeldaSnyder - 132
MBB1990_12_08 - 147
MDC1986__06_08_ - 148
MDC1986__10_11_to13a - 171a
MDC1986__10_11_to13b - 171b
MDC19861018 -149
MDC1987_10_17 - 172
MHScoronet1 - 166
MHScoronet2 - 167
MHScoronet3 - 168
MOT1984_06_xx01 - 205
MOT1984_06_xx03 -206
MOT1984_06_xx05 - 207
MOT1984_06_xx07 -208
MOT1984_06_xx09 - 209
MOT1984_06_xx11 - 210
MOT1984_06_xx13 - 211
NFF1984_09_22a - 222
NFF1984_09_22b - 223
NFF1984_09_22c - 224
NFF1984_09_22d - 225
NFF1984_09_22e - 226
NFF1986__09_20a - 227
NFF1986__09_20b - 228
NFF1986__09_20c - 229
NFF1986__09_21 - 230
NFF19860704a - 231
NFF19860704b 232
NHC1987_Marji - 179
OHF1986__07_13 - 212
OHF19860709 - 213
OHF19860710a - 214
OHF19860710b - 215
OHF19860710c - 216
OHF19860710d - 217
OHF19860711 - 218
PBC1988_05_28a -164a
PBC1988_05_28b - 164b
PBC1988_05_xx - 150
PBC1988_05_xx - 152
PBC1988_07_11_ - 151
PBC1989_10_18 -186
PBC1989_12_06 - 187
PBC1989_12_06 - 187
PBC1989_12_27 - 188
PBC1989_OhioStFair1 - 169
PBC1989_OhioStFair2 - 170
PBC1990_02_13 - 189
PBC1990_02_xx - 158
SFF1989_Sheets2A(JVC) - 220a
SFF1989_Sheets2B(Fisher) - 220b
SFF1989_Sheets3A(JVC) - 221a
SFF1989_Sheets3B(Fisher) - 221b
SFF1989_SheetsA1(Fisher) - 219b
SFF1989_SheetsA1(JVC) - 219a
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System of arrangement The hazen Folk Music Collection is divided into two seperate areas under the following scheme:

1) Audio tapes which contains both open reel and cassettes.

2) Paper based items are filled in one record storage box.