Saturday performances at the 1997 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Performance & Dance Stage) (Tape 2)

Date: May 24, 1997

Source: S1576 , Container 76 , D97-5

Type: Sound

Download: MP3

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  • Quince Anos Celebration (La Fuerza del Norte)
  • Vals Waltz
  • La Rama del Mesquite
  • El Chanclazo
  • Dona Juana
  • Fiddle contest opening (Kogut)
  • Fourteen Days in Alabama (Priste)
  • Moon Behind the Hill
  • Uncle Joe (Chaires)
  • Shelvin Rock
  • Cold Frosty Morning (Browning)
  • Florida Blues
  • Old Joe Clark (Jones)
  • Angeline the Baker
  • Granny Does Your Dog Bite (McInnis)
  • Yellow Barber
  • Put Your Little Foot (Harrington)
  • Devils Dream
  • Wake Up Susie (Garth)
  • Katie Hill
  • Stump Tail Dolly (Frank)
  • Magpie
  • Over the Waterfall (McIntire)
  • Chestnut Waltz
  • Angelina Baker (Robertson)
  • Tennessee Wagonner
  • Ragtime Annie (Burton)
  • Sally Goodin
  • Falls of Richmond (Murphy)
  • Twinkle Little Star
  • Lady of Lakes (Orlando)
  • Shoes & Stockings
  • Geese Honking (Horton)
  • Who Shot the Knot Out of Grandmas Wooden Leg While I Held the Light
  • Jenny Get Around (Swanson)
  • Arkansas Traveler
  • Walking Up Georgia Row (Good)
  • Duck River
  • Dragging the Bow (Teston)
  • Black Mountain Rag

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  • One digital audio tape (DAT). The Florida State Fiddle Contest was held each year at the Festival on Saturdays (the stages varied from year to year). The winners were allowed to perform on the Main Stage that evening. Winners for the Rustic Division: Dave Horton (first), David Swanson (second) and Charlie Burton (third). For the Contemporary Division: Gabriel Lewis (first), Judd Taylor (second), and Elan Shocker (third). The winners of the Junior Division were Tommy Slaughter (first), Ian Malinowsky (second) and Joshua Headly (third). The winners of the Twin Fiddle Division: Trenda & Tommy Slaughter (First); Ian Malinsowky & Elan Chalford (second) and Sharon McInnis & Sandy McIntire (third).

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