The (in)Complete Recordings

Here are some recordings to help you learn songs from The Shenandoah Harmony. To download a song, right-click or control-click on its title. If you’d rather just listen to the highlights, try our SoundCloud feed. To search for multiple recordings of a single song, type the song’s title into the search bar on the right.

The MINUTES for the playlist are also available.



About Rachel Wells Hall

Rachel grew up in a family of folk musicians. She first sang shape note music with her mother in the late 1980s in Cincinnati, Ohio, and returned to singing in Philadelphia in 2009. In addition to singing, Rachel plays English concertina, diatonic accordion, piano, fiddle, and tabla. She is an associate professor of mathematics at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
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2 Responses to The (in)Complete Recordings

  1. Wonderful work here. A true labour love. I love the way it is set out.

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