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 Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Angelo Angelatos (Video 8)

Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Angelo Angelatos (Video 8)

Date
1987-11
Description
One video cassette. 20 minutes. (Copy can be found on FV-5, S 1615.) Interview with Angelo Agelatos at WLVU Greek radio, Tarpon-Clearwater; discusses the importance of Greek radio to the Greek-American community. Created for the Every Island Has Its Own Song project. The finished product was a documentary about Nikitas Tsimouris, a Greek bagpipe player, and his family, and the Tarpon Springs Greek community he lived in. A co-production of WEDO-TV and the FFP, it was funded in part by the Florida Endowment for the Humanities. Offenbach narrated. Folklorist Michael researched, wrote and produced, and Yvonne Bryant was assistant producer.
Collection
Florida Blues Radio Show on WJCT (Jacksonville)

Florida Blues Radio Show on WJCT (Jacksonville)

Date
1981
Description
One reel to reel. (Copied onto audio cassette C81-11; reel T81-13B) A radio show -- jointly produced by WJCT and the FFP -- tracing the origins and evolution of blues music centering on Florida musicians. Created by using earlier FFP recordings. Includes recordings of prisoners singing the blues together while laboring and performances of "Baby Please Don't Go" and "I'm a Stranger Here" by Blind Johnny Brown of St. Petersburg, Florida. Includes commentary by Florida folklorists and Florida blues musicians.
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Folklorist Doris Dyen interview for public radio

Folklorist Doris Dyen interview for public radio

Date
1982-08-18
Description
One audio cassette. Dyen describes the diverse nature of her work as a folklorist; her academic background; fieldwork; her mission as a folklorist; making the people she interviews feel comfortable; her professional interest in ethnomusicology; and studying sacred harp singing.
Collection
Interview with folklorist Dave Closson and Ormond Loomis for public radio

Interview with folklorist Dave Closson and Ormond Loomis for public radio

Date
1982-08-25
Description

One audio cassette. Side A, Interview of Dave Closson: The hard copy transcript and cassette recording of this interview only feature Closson's responses. They do not include the interviewer's questions. Closson discusses what constitutes tradition (traditionality); defines the term "folk;" and talks about studying minority groups, folklorists' sense of objectivity, the geographical scope of the Florida Folklife Program, producing folk studies for both scholars and the public, folk differences in Florida, and the Florida Folk Festival.

Side B, Interview of Ormond Loomis: The hard copy transcript and cassette recording of this interview only feature Loomis’s responses. They do not include the interviewer’s questions. Loomis discusses a fur and hide trading company in western Florida; the Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival; uses for Florida folklife studies; stereotypes about folk culture (which many automatically consider as being rural, regressive, and Appalachian or of the deep South); cultural group identities; defining and preserving folklore; tradition bearers; and valuing forms of informal education.

 

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Interview with folklorist Merri Belland and archivist Bob McNeil for public radio

Interview with folklorist Merri Belland and archivist Bob McNeil for public radio

Date
1982-08-18
Description

One audio cassette. Part A, Interview with Merri Belland: Belland discusses her start at the Florida Folklife Program center in White Springs. She previously worked as an artist for a grant project teaching traditional arts and crafts and eventually took on duties as a folklorist. She also talks about working on the Florida Basketry project; fieldwork; problems as a folklorist; maintaining a sense of objectivity; training; the different ways in which folklorists and artists view material culture; motives behind working in crafts; the role she sees for herself as a folklorist; young people and traditional crafts; passing down culture through food.

Part B, Interview with Bob McNeil: McNeil discusses his start working as an archivist at the Stephen Foster Center. He talks about the organizing systems he uses at the archives; the archives’ holdings; what he considers the mission of the Stephen Foster Folk Center; sea stories; and the public and journalists’ use of the center’s folk materials.

 

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Interview with folklorists Peggy Bulger and Barbara Beauchamp for public radio

Interview with folklorists Peggy Bulger and Barbara Beauchamp for public radio

Date
1982-08-18
Description
One audio cassette. On side A, Folklorist Peggy Bulger discusses the nature of folklore and folklife; talks about her objectives as a folklorist; and explains how she conducts her studies. Bulger talks about the Florida Folklife Program; her role as an advocate for folk artists and folk culture; how she identifies folk artists and folk culture; providing analysis and evaluation of the information she collects; folklife programs such as Florida Folk Festival, television documentaries and video programs, slide/tape programs for schools, exhibits, and record albums. In addition, she talks about what drove her interest in folklore and discusses how she became a folklorist and explains how folklife traditions are found in all parts of life.

On side B, Barbara Beauchamp, a participant in the first Florida Folk Festivals of the 1950s, discusses her family history and her home; the first attendees and organizers of the event, such as Fuller Warren, Thelma Boltin, Sarah Gertrude Knott, Ada Miller, Mrs. W.A. Saunders, and Alton Morris; the founding of the Stephen Foster folklife center in White Springs, Florida; and the performers in the earliest festivals, such as the Beseda Dancers from Masaryktown, Florida, and Greek performers from Tarpon Springs. In addition, she talks about the Fox Hollow folk festival; local hotels; and the Old Marble Stage at the Stephen Foster Center.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Angelo Angelatos (Video 8) Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Angelo Angelatos (Video 8)Moving ImageFieldwork
Interviews
Greek Americans
Radio announcing
Radio public speaking
Radio stations
Entertainment
Radio broadcasters
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a_s1576_t81-013Florida Blues Radio Show on WJCT (Jacksonville)SoundGuitarist
Musicians
Folklorists
Blues (Music)
Interviews
Radio programs
African Americans
Radio public speaking
Radio announcing
Singing
Guitar music
Diddly bow
String instruments
Performing arts
Music performance
Florida history
Public radio
Radio programs, Public service
Blues singers
Radio broadcasters
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a_s1576_09_c83-062Folklorist Doris Dyen interview for public radioSoundFolklorists
Interviews
Public radio
Radio programs
Radio public speaking
Occupational groups
Oral histories
Folklife
Occupational training
Teaching of folklore
Personal experience narratives
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a_s1576_09_c83-060Interview with folklorist Dave Closson and Ormond Loomis for public radioSoundInterviews
Public radio
Radio programs
Radio public speaking
Occupational groups
Oral histories
Folklife
Occupational training
Teaching of folklore
Personal experience narratives
Folklorists
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a_s1576_09_c83-061Interview with folklorist Merri Belland and archivist Bob McNeil for public radioSoundInterviews
Public radio
Radio programs
Radio public speaking
Occupational groups
Oral histories
Folklife
Occupational training
Teaching of folklore
Personal experience narratives
Archivists
Folklorists
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a_s1576_09_c83-058Interview with folklorists Peggy Bulger and Barbara Beauchamp for public radioSoundInterviews
Public radio
Radio programs
Radio public speaking
Occupational groups
Oral histories
Folklife
Occupational training
Teaching of folklore
Personal experience narratives
Folklorists
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