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eBook Music from the Heart: Compositions of a Folk Fiddler ePub

by Colin Quigley

  • ISBN: 0820316377
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Colin Quigley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Georgia Pr (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 273
  • ePub book: 1659 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1761 kb
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Music from the Heart book.

Music from the Heart book. Seeing himself as a representative of French Newfoundland, Benoit viewed his music as an expression of that identity.

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This essay takes the term choreomusical as a starting place for discussion of attention to the study of music and dance relationships within ethnomusicology and ethnochoreology View. Music from the Heart: Compositions of a Folk Fiddler.

As Quigley points out in the book’s preface, this study emerged from his relationship with Benoit, whom he first met in the summer of 1978 when he drove across Newfoundland from St. John’s to Benoit’s home on the Port-au-Port peninsula.

Colin wrote his dissertation on Emile: Music from the Heart: Compositions of a Folk Fiddler. who studied the Newfoundland fiddler Emile Benoit, who actually wrote the tune. mor. years ago. Up The Southern Shore. he learned it from Rufus Guinchard. My version is slightly different then Emile's, but pretty close.

Carroll Quigley (/ˈkwɪɡli/; November 9, 1910 – January 3, 1977) was an American historian and theorist of the evolution of civilizations. He is remembered for his teaching work as a professor at Georgetown University, and for his academic publications. Born in Boston, Quigley attended Harvard University, where he studied history and earned ., .

The shout came from the balcony at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre last night, just as the lights were coming down on the violent pogrom . Thanks to everyone who joined us today and for all of our Fiddler programs this fall.

18 July 2018 ·. Joel Berkowitz.

The subject of this study of musical creativity in the oral tradition is Emile Benoit (1913-1992), an exemplary traditional fiddler from French Newfoundland. Music from the Heart follows Benoit through a rapidly changing musical milieu as he moves from a small rural community to international musical and folk festivals.Benoit was the preeminent dance musician to Newfoundland's Port-au-Port Peninsula, a role he maintained until the early 1960s, when local musical tastes began to change under the influence of mainstream North American culture. In the late 1960s and early 1970s a movement for Newfoundland cultural revival provided new opportunities for his musical expression, and Benoit once again found himself the preeminent performer in what then became a musical community of international scope.Seeing himself as a representative of French Newfoundland, Benoit viewed his music as an expression of that identity. In Benoit's tunes one finds reference to the people, places, communities, roads, and natural landmarks that have framed his life. The compositions included in Music from the Heart represent a range of work that evokes his youthful experiences and that follows his career as he leaves home, meets people, plays with other musicians, and presents his stories to audiences around the world.