Tod Demuth
SWANEE RIVER (OLD FOLKS AT HOME)
By: Tod Demuth
Catalog ID: 358184   Duration: 2:48   Tempo: Medium   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Americana Music | Americana Roots Music
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An easy going Dixieland piano renders a picture of contentment as if laying back in the shade of a big sycamore tree along the sunny riverbank, your shoes kicked off as you watch what there is to see along the river.   Keywords: Old Folks at Home Dixieland Piano Old Time Music period mark twain riverboats mason dixon line new orleans crescent city mississippi river stephen foster



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