One audio cassette tape. Yao, at the time a performer for the Chinese exhibit at the Epcot Center and Julia Edge perform o the zheng (Chinese zither.) Li Wai discusses the zheng, its tradition and history and how it is made and tuned. She also takes questions from the audience.
One audio cassette tape. Julia Edge, 10-year old Chinese zheng player who has performed with Yo Yo Ma, discusses her history of playing, the nature of the instrument including the pentatonic scale on which it is constructed and Cantonese music.
One audio cassette tape. Julia Leryon continues her performance on the zheng. Stuart Pacetti and apprentice Darrell Colee discuss fishnet making and shrimping and give a netcasting demonstration; continued on C01-71.
One audio cassette tape. Stuempfle and Bucuvalis served as emcee. Charley Dean continues discussing making saddles along with stories about cowhunters in Florida, cowdogs and the use of whips. Randy Minger and his daughter, Jacque Minger (Pierson) discuss ranching including rodeo, horseshoe varie...
One digital audio tape (DAT). Between 6:00 and 7:00, the Florida Folklife Program, with folklorist Bucuvalas, presented the 1999 participants in the Florida Folk Arts Apprenticeship program. For more information, see the web page: <a title="http://www.flheritage.com/preservation/folklife/apprentice...
One digital audio tape (DAT). Bucuvalas served as the emcee. Banks and Demps demonstrated hymn lining. Yao and Edge played the zheng, the Chinese zither. They were all participants in the Folklife Apprenticeship Program. The Roddenberry Family sang sacred harp (shape note) songs.
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