Sunday program at the 1996 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Performance Stage) (Tape 3)

Date: May 26, 1996

Source: S1576 , Container 65 , C96-121

Type: Sound

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  • Brother Anansi (Fuller) (Cont. from C96-120)
  • Stoutwood, Heartwood (Masters)
  • Lament for Annie Laurie
  • Poem For Mrs. Rita
  • Home By Dark
  • Uncle Joes Song
  • Summer Dark Port City Nights
  • Porpoise Point
  • Time on the Bridge

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  • One audio cassette tape. Lucille Frances Fuller continues from C96-120 with another Brother Anansi story in which he tricks his family out of most of their food (moral: be kind and do not use tricks to get your way). Ann Browning Masters discusses Minorcan stories and culture (which she describes as "cracker with Spanish influence"). She recites the poems in which she states vaious St. Augustine voices can be heard.

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