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Mariposa Folk Festival 1973 program
Item consists of the 52 page Mariposa Folk Festival program for 1973, held on the Toronto Islands, Toronto, Ontario from 6-8 July 1973. The program was designed and edited by Richard Flohil and Marna Snitman. Program includes an illustrated schedule of evening and day concerts and workshops, a listing of performer biographies, as well as an auditor's report for the festival foundation. Also includes articles, including, "Performers from Toronto ethnic groups play a special part in Mariposa" by Flo Hayes and "Crafts and craftsmen at the Festival" by Sykes Morrison.
Mariposa Folk Festival 1978 program
Item consists of the 52 page Mariposa Folk Festival program for 1978, held on the Toronto Islands, Toronto, Ontario, from 23-25 June, 1978. The program was edited by Sharon Johnston and David Ferguson, designed by Marilyn Koop and advertisements were managed by Trish Short. Program includes a map of the site, a schedule of evening and day concerts and workshops and a list of performer biographies. Also contains several articles, including: "Introducing this year's festival" by artistic director, Ken Whiteley, "Alan Mills" by Bram Morrison, a memorial to Malvina Reynolds, "An Old Immigrant Remembers" by Margaret Bennett Knight, "Mariposa in the Schools" by Carol Kehm (MITS Coordinator), "The Children's Area" by Sharon Hampson, Lois Lilienstein and Caroline Parry, "The Native Peoples" by Bettle Liota and a financial statement from the festival foundation.
Mariposa Folk Festival 1979 program
Item consists of the 36 page Mariposa Folk Festival program for 1979, held on the Toronto Islands, Toronto, Ontario from 15-17 June, 1979. The program was edited by Daryl Auwai, designed by Wycliffe D. Smith, Paul Weldon and Marilyn Koop and advertisments were managed by John Armstrong. Program includes a map of the site, a schedule of evening and day concerts and workshops and a list of performer biographies as well as a breakdown of participating craftspeople. Also contains several articles including: "Mariposa - An Introduction" by Estelle Klein, President and Artistic Director, "This Year's Festival" by Jeanine Hollingshead, Program Coordinator, "Craft at the Festival" by Wendy Brooks and Sheelagh Carpendale, "Mariposa in the Schools" by Lennox Grant, two anonymous articles titled "Labrador: This Year's Special Guest" and "Children's Area: It's Growing Stronger" and a financial statement from the festival foundation.
Mariposa in the Schools
The Village Pump / (Rich Avery). -- Fox and hound story / (Chris Whiteley). -- Aiken Drum / trad. (Lois Lilienstein). -- Instruction on jug playing / Chris Whiteley. -- The Barnyard Dance / Martin, Bogan and Armstrong (Chris Whiteley). -- Take Your Fingers Off It / trad. (Chris Whiteley). -- Mary Mac / trad. (Rich Avery). -- We're Going To The Zoo / Tom Paxton (Lois Lilienstein). -- Green Grass Grew All Around / William Jerome, Harry Von Tilzer (Rich Avery). -- Head and Shoulders Baby / (Lois Lilienstein). -- George Washington Bridge / Lois Lilienstein, Rich Avery., Consists of audio recording of Rich Avery hosting the Mariposa in the Schools (MITS) workshop, (a program teaching children about folk music) beginning by performing "The Village Pump" with children in the audience singing along. Next Chris Whiteley recites a story (accompanied by harmonica) about a fox being chased by hounds, an Lois Lilienstein performs "Aiken Drum" (trad.) with children participating, followed by Chris Whiteley explaining to the children how to play a jug and then performing "The Barnyard Dance" (Martin, Bogan and the Armstrongs) and "Take Your Fingers Off It" (trad.) with children playing makeshift instruments. Also consists of Rich Avery teaching the children to sing "Mary Mac" (trad.) and Lois Lilienstein performing "We're Going to the Zoo" (Tom Paxton) and teaching the children about syncopation, as well as Rich Avery performing an "echo song" with the children called "Green Grass Grew All Around" (William Jerome (lyrics), Harry Von Tilzer (music)) and Lois Lilienstein teaching the children to sing/play "Head and Shoulders, Baby" (?), and ending with Rich Avery and Lois Lilienstein together with the children performing "George Washington Bridge".
Martha James and one First Nations woman weaving
Caption on verso reads: "Martha James. Please Return.", Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Moccasins and beaded medallions
Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Monologues, Tales and Recitations
Introduction / Tony Barrand. -- Yackville / (Grant Rogers). -- Jack Madden / (Tommy Makem). -- [Unknown title] / Ted Russell (Joe Byrne). -- The Speckled Bird / (Maggie Pierce). -- [Unknown title] / (Owen McBride). -- Discussion / Tony Barrand. -- Poem / (Tommy Makem). -- [Unknown title] / (Joe Byrne). -- [Unknown poem] / (Maggie Pierce). -- The Lake Isle of Innisfree / W.B. Yeats (Maggie Pierce). -- William Bennet / (Tony Barrand). -- The Battle of Hastings / Marriott Edgar, Stanley Holloway (Owen McBride). -- Cold Weather / Ted Russell (Joe Byrne). --- To A Fat Lady Seen From A Train / Francis Cornford (Maggie Pierce)., Item consists of audio recording of a workshop hosted by Tony Barrand and beginning by giving a brief lecture about traditional tales followed by Grant Rogers telling a story about a village called "Yackville" and Tommy Makem recounting a fable about a hump-backed man named Jack Madden. Also consists of Joe Byrne reading a story by Ted Russell, Maggie Pierce telling a traditional Irish tale (The Speckled Bird) and Owen McBride telling a story about a mushroom picker. Next, Tony Barrand briefly discussing recitations and monologues and Tommy Makem reciting a poem by (?). Also consists of Joe Byrne telling a tale, Pierce reciting a poem about butter as well as reciting "The Lake Isle of Innisfree" (W.B. Yeats), Barrand reciting William Bennett (I shall love you when your money is gone but I shan't be with you), a parody of "The Green Eye of the Yellow God" (J. Milton Hayes). Also consists of Owen McBride reciting "The Battle of Hastings" (Marriott Edgar and Stanley Holloway), Joe Byrne reciting "Cold Weather" (Ted Russell) and Margaret Pierce reciting "To a Fat Lady Seen from a Train" (Francis Cornford).
North American Indian Travelling College performance
Caption on verso reads: "North American Indian Traveling College", The North American Indian Traveling College is now known as the Native North American Traveling College., Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Original Sloth Band
Image of the Original Sloth Band in performance, Ken Whiteley, Chris Whiteley and Tom Evans., One photoprint scanned.
Original Sloth Band
Image of the Original Sloth Band in performance Ken Whiteley, Chris Whiteley and Tom Evans., One photoprint scanned.
Paul Ritchie playing guitar
Caption on verso reads: "Photo credit George Lonski. Paul Ritchie.", Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Singaround Lovesongs #2
Rayito De Luna / Los Panchos (Michael Cooney)., Consists of Michael Cooney plays the Spanish song "Rayito De Luna" (Los Panchos) a song he learned it in high school, as part of a trio- serenading university girls in the dormitories., 15:40-20:48 of ASC06549.
Singaround Lovesongs #2
Michael Cooney introduces the topic of Singaround Lovesongs to the audince, which are song swaps where a group of musicians get together and pick a subject to sing about and see how many variations on that topic can be sung. Owen McBride performs a song about a river in Ireland called "The Black Water". A French song not titled which originated from France is performed by Edith Butler (about a woman sitting on the steps of palace and a shoe maker) followed by Enoch Kent playing guitar and singing "The Collier Laddie"(Trad) Murray McLauchlan plays a country love song "Remember me" with the guitar and harmonica? Michael Cooney plays a song accompanied by (he learned it in highschool, part of a trio- serenade the girls in the dorms) guitar, known as his favourite serenade song (language?spanish?), the song is not titled. Owen McBride sings "I am a Rover"and incorporates the audience by teaching them the chorus. Edith Butler performes a song from New Brunswick, an Acadian song "Listening to the song of the middle ark I go to sleep?"( played in pervious performance) guitar and vocals. Enoch Kent perfomes "Boggie's Bonnie Bell" with just vocals no musical instruments, Murray McLauglan follows "Masocistic Baby" written by Shel Silverstein. Michael Cooney performes a song with two references, the rose (love and passion) and thyme, which is referred to as an anti love song, "Blooming Heather". Owen McBride follows with a performance on guitar and vocals entitled "Whisky on a Sunday" the song is about old man who used to play for the cinema line ups; audience interaction as they sing along with the chorus Acadian folk song follows perfomed by Edith Butler called "Marie Enson?" in French, with the next song played by Enoch Kent "I Loved a Lass"(Trad) about un-requited love. British folk song written by John Lennon "Run for your life"is perfomed by Murray McLaughlan. Michael Cooney performs an old english love song about hunting, no song title is provided (harmonica? concertina?). Owen McBride follows with a song about a young couple (married for two years and wife dies) no song title is provided. Enoch Kent sings a tradtional Scottish song "Lay ye doon love" with no instruments, just voicals; audience singing the chours, originally by Old Blind Dogs. Murray Mclaughan follows with "Linda won't you take me in" (traditional). Closing with Michael Conney performing "Irene Goodnight" (tradtional) with others singers singing in the background. (ends in the middle of this song)., Consists of audio recording of Singaround Love song with performances by Michael Cooney, Owen McBride, Edith Butler, Enoch Kent, Murray McLauchlan. Host Michael Cooney introduces the topic of Singaround Lovesongs to the audince, which are song swaps where a group of musicians get together and pick a subject to sing about and see how many variations on that topic can be sung. Owen McBride performs a song about a river in Ireland called "The Black Water". A French song not titled which originated from France is performed by Edith Butler (about a woman sitting on the steps of palace and a shoe maker) followed by Enoch Kent playing guitar and singing "The Collier Laddie"(Trad) Murray McLauchlan plays a country love song "Remember me" with the guitar and harmonica? Michael Cooney plays a song accompanied by (he learned it in highschool, part of a trio- serenade the girls in the dorms) guitar, known as his favourite serenade song (language?spanish?), the song is not titled. Owen McBride sings "I am a Rover"and incorporates the audience by teaching them the chorus. Edith Butler performes a song from New Brunswick, an Acadian song "Listening to the song of the middle ark I go to sleep?"( played in pervious performance) guitar and vocals. Enoch Kent perfomes "Boggie's Bonnie Bell" with just vocals no musical instruments, Murray McLauglan follows "Masocistic Baby" written by Shel Silverstein. Michael Cooney performes a song with two references, the rose (love and passion) and thyme, which is referred to as an anti love song, "Blooming Heather". Owen McBride follows with a performance on guitar and vocals entitled "Whisky on a Sunday" the song is about old man who used to play for the cinema line ups; audience interaction as they sing along with the chorus Acadian folk song follows perfomed by Edith Butler called "Marie Enson?" in French, with the next song played by Enoch Kent "I Loved a Lass"(Trad) about un-requited love. British folk song written by John Lennon "Run for your life"is perfomed by Murray McLaughlan. Michael Cooney performs an old english love song about hunting, no song title is provided (harmonica? concertina?). Owen McBride follows with a song about a young couple (married for two years and wife dies) no song title is provided. Enoch Kent sings a tradtional Scottish song "Lay ye doon love" with no instruments, just voicals; audience singing the chours, originally by Old Blind Dogs. Murray Mclaughan follows with "Linda won't you take me in" (traditional). Closing with Michael Conney performing "Irene Goodnight" (tradtional) with others singers singing in the background. (ends in the middle of this song).
Singaround Lovesongs #2
[Unknown song] / trad. (Michael Cooney)., Michael Cooney performs an old English love song about hunting, no song title is provided on harmonica or concertina., 1:10-1:15 of ASC06549.
Singaround Lovesongs #2
Bunch of Tyme? / trad. (Michael Cooney)., Michael Cooney introduces and performs a ballad "Bunch of Tyme?"., 45:49-52:12 of ASC06549.
Singaround Lovesongs #2
Introduction / Michael Cooney., Consists of audio recording of musican Michael Cooney host, introduces and explains the Singaround Lovesongs, which are song swaps where a group of musicians get together and pick a subject to sing about and see how many variations on that topic can be sung. The subject is love songs. He introduces the panel., 00:00-02:29 of ASC06549.
The Banks of Ero by Margaret Christl
The Banks of Ero (Margaret Christl)., Margaret Christl performing the Canadian folk song "The Banks of Ero" (Collected by Edith Fowke)., 12:12-17-39 of ASC06517.
The Big Songs
Introduction / Enoch Kent. -- Willie's Rare / trad. (Enoch Kent)., Item consists of audio recording of Enoch Kent hosting a workshop formed around the idea of big songs, referring to longstanding ballad or story traditions within songs and beginning with Kent performing "Willie's Rare" (trad.)., 0:00:00-0:05:41 of ASC06540.
The Big Songs
O, Forbid Ye Maidens All / Sir Walter Scott (Michael Cooney)., Item consists of audio recording of Michael Cooney performing "O, I Forbid You Maidens All" (Sir Walter Scott) at The Big Songs workshop., The audio cuts off partway through the song. 0:26:21-0:47:42 of ASC06540.
The Big Songs
Introduction / Enoch Kent. -- Willie's Rare / trad. (Enoch Kent). -- The Fair Maid By the Shore / trad. (Margaret McArthur). -- Ceol mor song / Margaret Bennett Knight. -- The Wexford Girl / Buell Kazee. -- O, Forbid Ye Maidens All / Sir Walter Scott (Michael Cooney). -- The Sheffield Apprentice / trad. (Enoch Kent). -- Great Falls / trad. (Margaret Bennett Knight. -- My Fair Young Love / trad. (Margaret Bennett Knight. -- The Lady Gay, aka Three Little Babes aka The Wife of Usher's Well / Buell Kazee. -- Four Nights Drunk / trad. (Michael Cooney). -- Our Good Man / trad. (Michael Cooney). -- Unknown song / trad. (Enoch Kent). -- Mr. John Bunt / trad. (Margaret McArthur)., Item consists of audio recording of Enoch Kent hosting a workshop formed around the idea of big songs, referring to longstanding ballad or story traditions within songs and beginning with Kent performing "Willie's Rare" (trad.), Margaret McArthur performing a ballad entitled "The Fair Maid by the Shore" (trad.), Margaret Bennett Knight discussing the genre of Ceòl Mòr (Gaelic for "Big Music") and performing an example song. The recording is interrupted from 17:05 to 17:24 by a high-pitched frequency. The workshop concludes with Buell Kazee performing "The Wexford Girl" (trad.) and Michael Cooney performing "O, I Forbid You Maidens All" (Sir Walter Scott). Also consists of Enoch Kent performing "The Sheffield Apprentice", Margaret Bennett Knight performing "Great Falls (?)" and "My Fair Young Love" (trad.), Buell Kazee performing "The Lady Gay" (aka "Three Little Babes" or "The Wife of Usher's Well") (trad.), Michael Cooney performing "Four Nights Drunk" (trad.) and discussing the renaming of folk songs over time and performing "Our Good Man" (trad.), Enoch Kent performing "?" and Margaret McArthur performing "Mr. John Bunt" (trad.)., The audio cuts off in during Michaek Conney's performance of "O, I Forbid You Maidens All" (Sir Walter Scoot) and comes back with Enoch Kent introducing his performance of "The Sheffield Apprentice."
The Big Songs
Four Nights Drunk / trad. (Michael Cooney)., Item consists of audio recording of Michael Cooney performing "Four Nights Drunk" (aka "Our Goodman") at The Big Songs workshop., 01:18:14-01:24:30 of ASC06540.
The Brown Girl by Margaret Christl
The Brown Girl / traditional (Margaret Christl)., Margaret Christl performing The Brown Girl., 24:03-27:07 of ASC0617.
The Jugband: An Examination
Introduction / The Original Sloth Band. -- Travelin' Shoes / Noah Lewis (The Original Sloth Band). -- Where'd You Stay Lat Night / (The Original Sloth Band). -- The Sheik of Araby / Harry B. Smith, Francis Wheeler, Ted Snyder (The Original Sloth Band). -- It's Tight Like That / Tampa Red (The Original Sloth Band). -- I Can't Give You Anything But Love Baby / Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields (The Original Sloth Band). -- The Organ Grinder / Clarence Williams (The Original Sloth Band). -- Prison Wall Blues / trad. (The Original Sloth Band). -- Downtown Blues / Frank Stokes (The Original Sloth Band). -- Shout Baby Shout / (The Original Sloth Band). -- Mama Don't You Give All That Lard Away / Dixieland Jug Blowers (The Original Sloth Band). -- She Loves So Good / Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon (The Original Sloth Band)., This item consists of an audio recording of The Original Sloth Band (Chris Whiteley, Ken Whiteley, Tom Evans) contextualizing the history of jugbands. Performances include a song "Travelin' Shoes?" by (Noah Lewis), "Where'd You Stay Last Night" (?) "The Sheik of Araby" (Harry B. Smith, Francis Wheeler, Ted Snyder), "It's Tight Like That" (Tampa Red), "I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby" (Jimmy McHugh (music), Dorothy Fields (lyrics)) "The Organ Grinder" (Clarence Williams), "Prison Wall Blues" (traditional), "Downtown Blues" (Frank Stokes), "Shout Baby Shout" (?) , "Mama Don't You Give All That Lard Away (Dixieland Jug Blowers) and "She Loves So Good" (Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon).
The Streets of London by Margaret Christl
The Streets of London / Ralph McTell (Margaret Christl)., Margaret Christl performing "The Streets of London" (Ralph McTell)., 35:41-40:15 of ASC06517.
The Travelling People by Margaret Christl
The Travelling People / Ewan MacColl (Margaret Christl)., Margaret Christl performing "The Travelling People" (Ewan MacColl)., 03:57-08:57 of ASC06517.
Three Indigenous youth dancing in gymnasium
Caption on verso reads: (2) P.17 82%, Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Two First Nations men making snowshoes
Caption on verso reads: " (1) P.17. (1) P.17 37%", Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Two First Nations women basket weaving
Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Two Inuit Women Throat Singing
Caption on verso reads: "Crop as indicated, then reduce height to 2 1/4". 70%." Photograph was cut off-centre., Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
University of Toronto: Chinese Instrumental Group
Going to Suzhou / Ming Wong, Ming Chan, Janet Chan. -- The Joyful Prairies / Ming Wong, Ming Chan, Janet Chan. -- The Happy Tidings / Ming Wong, Ming Chan, Janet Chan., Consists of audio recording of instrumental Chinese music group (Ming Wong, Ming Chan, Janet Chan) performing 6 pieces of music, including: "Going to Suzhou", "The Joyful Prairies" and "The Happy Tidings".
When Does it Become a Folk Song?
Discussion about 'Freigh Train' / Elizabeth Cotton. -- Music Strings / Mary McCaslin. -- Hollywood, My Home Away from Home on the Range / Mary McCaslin. -- Casamiento de negros / Violeta Parra (Carlos Vallardares). -- The Bonnie Lass o' Bon Accord / James Scott Skinner (John Allan Cameron). -- Unknown song / Elizabeth Cotton. -- Let It Be Me / Bilbert Becaud, music, Mann Curtis, lyrics (Mary McCaslin). -- Naranjitay / trad. (Carlos Vallardares). -- Ann / John Allan Cameron. -- Gas Light Blues / Elizabeth Cotton. -- Blackbird / Paul McCartney (Mary McCaslin). -- The Lone Pilgrim / trad. (Ensemble). -- Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms / (Ensemble). -- Rock of Ages / (Ensemble). -- Young Monroe at Gerry's Rock / trad. (Lloyd Gavin). -- Crazy Mary (from Londonderry) / Michael Smith (unknown performer). -- The Pilgrim's Progress / (Ken Bloom)., Consists of a workshop "When Does It Become a Folksong?" featuring Elizabeth Cotton telling the story of how she was inspired to write the song "Freight Train", Mary McCaslin performing "Music Strings" and "Hollywood, My Home Away From Home on the Range", Carlos Vallardares performing "Casamiento de negros" (Violeta Parra), James Allan Cameron performing "The Bonnie Lass o' Bon Accord" (James Scott Skinner), Elizabeth Cotton performing an unknown song., Mary McCaslin performing "Let It Be Me" (Gilbert Becaud (music), Mann Curtis (lyrics)), Carlos Vallardares performing "Naranjitay" ("Little Orange", traditional --Bolivian), James Allan Cameron performing "Ann", Elizabeth Cotton performing "Gas Light Blues", Mary McCaslin performing "Blackbird" (Paul McCartney). Next the groups sings "The Lone Pilgrim" (trad.) sung a cappella; a parody of "Drink to me only with thine eyes"; "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms", and "Rock of Ages". Also includes Lloyd Gavin performing the lumber camp song "Young Monroe at Gerry's Rock" aka "The Jam on Gerry's Rock" (trad.); an unknown performer singing "Crazy Mary (from Londonderry)" (Michael Smith) and finally a performance (by Ken Bloom?) of "The Pilgrim's Progress."
Willie Dunn carving
Front of image reads: "(7). Marcia Colthorpe - Willie Dunn." Caption on verso reads: "Carver (crossed out). - Native Peoples. Willie Dunn. (7) P.19 (crossed out) P.23 39%. Photo property of Mariposa Folk Foundation. Please credit Marcia Colthorpe.", Digitization possible through funding from Young Canada Works grant for the summer of 2018. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.
Workshop : Islamic Music
Introduction / Leigh Cline. -- Instrumental suite / (George Sawa, Ebrahim Eleish, Hannah)., Item consists of a recording of the Islamic Music Workshop, hosted by Leigh Cline, featuring George Sawa on qanun, Ebrahim Eleish and Hannah(?) on drums, who together perform two song suites. One is titled "My Love".
Workshop : Islamic Music
Introduction / Leigh Cline. -- Instrumental suite / (George Sawa, Ebrahim Eleish, Hannah)., Item consists of a recording of the Islamic Music Workshop, hosted by Leigh Cline, featuring George Sawa on qanun, Ebrahim Eleish and Hannah(?) on drums, who together perform two song suites. One is titled "My Love".
Workshop : Islamic Music
Introduction / Leigh Cline. -- Instrumental suite / (George Sawa, Ebrahim Eleish, Hannah). -- The Dance of Lebanon / Fairuz. -- Our Sailors Are Coming / Fairuz. -- The Hunters Are Coming / Fairuz. -- The Stumbling Of Your Feet / Fairuz. -- Unknown Turkish folk song / (Ahmet Candan and Mahmet). -- Unknown Turkish folk song / (Ahmet Candan and Mahmet). -- Unknown Turkish folk song / (Ahmet Candan and Mahmet). -- Çiftetelli song / (Ensemble)., Item consists of a recording of the Islamic Music Workshop, hosted by Leigh Cline, featuring George Sawa on qanun, Ebrahim Eleish and Hannah(?) on drums, who together perform two song suites. One is titled "My Love". Next there is a performance by a Arabic Folklore Dance Group who perform four dances, introduced by Abraham (last name unknown). The troup are accompanied by recordings of songs by Fairuz (not present at festival) including "The Dance of Lebanon", "Our Sailors Are Coming", "The Hunters are Coming" and "The Stumbling of Your Feet". Next Leigh Cline introduces two Turkish performers, Ahmet [Candan?] on saz (a long-necked lute) and darbuka (a drum) Mahmet [Ali Ulatash?] on zurna (a wind instrument), who perform several instrumental folk songs from Turkey. Next all the workshop performers play a dance style Çiftetelli, or a belly dance song., There is an audio drop-out between 00:58:00 to 1:01:30.
Workshop : Slide Guitar with John Hammond and Dave Essig
Midnight Lover / (John Hammond, David Essig). -- Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / traditional (John Hammond, David Essig). -- Ain't It Grand To Be A Christian / Blind Willie McTell (David Essig). -- I Can't Be Satisfied / Muddy Waters (John Hammond). -- Cannonball Blues / Leslie Riddle (David Essig). -- T'aint Long Fore Day / Big Star Falling / Blind Willie McTell (John Hammond). -- Mean Old World / traditional (David Essig). -- [unknown song]. / (John Hammond). -- Come On Into My Kitchen / Robert Johnson (David Essig). -- Blues Walked In [?] / (John Hammond). -- Jailbait/Jubilee medley / (David Essig). -- Hellhound On My Trail / Robert Johnson (John Hammond)., Consists of audio recording of slide guitar workshop with John Hammond and Dave Essig performing "Midnight Lover" (?) and "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane" (trad.). They also answer questions from the audience and then Essig sings "Ain't it Grand to be a Christian" (Blind Willie McTell) and Hammond then performs "I Can't Be Satisfied" (Muddy Waters). Also consists of Essig performing "Cannonball Blues" (Leslie Riddle), Hammond performing "T'aint Long Fore Day", aka "Big Star Falling" (Blind Willie McTell), Essig performing "Mean Old World" (trad.), Hammond performing another blues number (?) followed by a period of taking questions from the audience. Essig resumes by performing "Come on in my kitchen" (Robert Johnson), followed by Hammond performing "Blues walked in" (?), Essig performing a combination of "Jailbait" and "Jubilee" and Hammond concluding with "Hellhound on my trail" (Robert Johnson)., The slide guitar workshop does not appear in the official concert program for 1974.
[Mariposa Folk Festival concert reel 1 of 2]
Consists of an hour long film hosted by Ed MacNamara, Directed by George Dick and produced by Syney Banks of Screen-Bank Productions of a concert at the Mariposa Folk Festival. Features performances by The Travellers, Trostin and Choquette, Dave Campbell, Al Cromwell and Malka and Joso. Based on the performers, it is most likely from the 1963 festival, which took place between August 8-11, 1963 in Orillia, Ontario., Annotations on film reel case: "RETURN TO: Bob Stevens CONTENTS: 2 REELS - 16mm film - Mariposa FROM: Lori Mason DATE: December 11, 2003" Oxidization visible in dark areas of film, causing spotting.