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  1. Oct 21,  · David Schnaufer, America's Dulcimer Player, performing with Vince Farsetta at Poor David's Pub in Dallas, Texas. October 26,
  2. "Wildwood Flower" was first recorded by The Carter Family, the first family of American folk music. According to the biography Anchored In Love, the song was one of ten they recorded on May 10, ; they were paid $ advance royalties for the session by Victor Records, for whom they had first recorded on August 1,
  3. Lyrics to Wildwood Flower by Johnny Cash from the Original Album Classics album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  4. Aug 28,  · While “Wildwood Flower” was a big hit in the city, in rural areas it quickly became an anthem. No one could have predicted the sales it generated in both sheet music and records. Throughout the first few decades of country music, whenever a country act had a strong hit vehicle, a host of pop acts would usually cut their own versions of the.
  5. Explore releases from The Wildwood Flower at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Wildwood Flower at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Wildwood Flower (or The Wildwood Flower) is an American song, best known through performances and recordings by the Carter Family. Wildwood Flower is a variant of the song I'll Twine 'Mid the Ringlets, published in by composer Joseph Philbrick Webster, who wrote the music, with lyrics attributed to Maud Irving. Other versions of the song have evolved, including The Pale Amaranthus.
  7. "Wildwood Flower" is an American song, best known through performances and recordings by the Carter Family. It is a variant of the song I'll Twine 'Mid the Ringlets, published in with lyrics by Maud Irving and melody by Joseph Philbrick Webster. [1] A song with a similar theme, entitled The Pale Amaranthus, was reported in [2] The original Carter Family first recorded the song in.
  8. Wildwood Flower I'LL TWINE 'MID THE RINGLETS (Maud Irving and J.P. Webster) I will twine mid my ringlets of raven black hair the lilies so pale and the roses so fair and the myrtle so bright with an emerald hue the pale amaryillis and violets so blue i will dance i will sing and my laugh will be gay I'll cease this wild weeping drive sorrow away.

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