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Fiddle Tunes from MississippiCommercial and Informal Recordings, 1920-2018$
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Harry Bolick and Tony Russell

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781496835796

Published to University Press of Mississippi: May 2022

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781496835796.001.0001

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Mumford Bean and his Itawambians

Mumford Bean and his Itawambians

Chapter:
(p.62) Mumford Bean and his Itawambians
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Fiddle Tunes from Mississippi
Author(s):

Harry Bolick

Tony Russell

T. DeWayne Moore

Joyce A. Cauthen

David Evans

Publisher:
University Press of Mississippi
DOI:10.14325/mississippi/9781496835796.003.0008

Charles Mumford Bean (1913–92) was born in Fulton, the largest town of Itawamba County in northeastern Mississippi. He learned banjo and fiddle from his father George, and in about 1924 formed a string band with his distant cousins Clarence Relder Priddy (1917–97) on mandolin and Morine Little (1910–2000) on guitar. Bean won the tri-county (Itawamba–Monroe–Lee) fiddlers’ contest in 1925. The trio played over WELO, Tupelo on Saturday-night jamborees, and at dances, political rallies, and other functions. In February 1928 they made their only recordings, for Okeh at a location session in Memphis.

Keywords:   Fulton, Itawamba, Clarence Relder Priddy, Morine Little, “Flow Rain Waltz”

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