From My Woods, by Samuel A. Harper (1923) –
Click here for biographical information about Samuel Alain Harper.
Recording of a Wood Thrush:
According to All About Birds, “The Wood Thrush’s easily recognized, flute-like ee-oh-lay is actually only the middle phrase of a three-part song.” For more information, see here.
Note: The Bb is barred on the sixth fret, the Ab on the fourth fret, the Eb on the sixth fret.
- Poetry, A Magazine Of Verse, p. 126, June 1917
- Love Songs, by Sara Teasdale, p. 52, 1917
- My Woods, by Samuel A. Harper, p. 53, 1923
- The Kingsport Times (Kingsport, Tennessee), p. 6, March 12, 1928 – link
Music inspired by Wood Song:
Read about the composition here.
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