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SECUNDA – Many of South Africa's top singers will perform at the Pikinini Festival in aid of children with cancer. It will be held at Graceland on Saturday, 26 November and begins at 4.30pm. Soli Philander is the Master of Ceremonies and Amor Vittone
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Smithsonian Folkways Recordings is the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum of the United States. We are dedicated to supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound. We believe that musical and cultural diversity contributes to the vitality and quality of life throughout the world. Through the dissemination of audio recordings and educational materials we seek to strengthen people's engagement with their own cultural heritage and to enhance their awareness and appreciation of the cultural heritage of others. . Instrument(s) Appalachian dulcimer; Bass; Cowbells; Drum; Guitar. Year of Recording 1984. Record Label Fast Folk Musical Magazine. Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Credits Produced by Jack Hardy; Recorded by Jay Rosen. 101 Montchanin Tom Intondi, Jack Hardy, Lucy Kaplansky, and Rod MacDonald 2:51. 102 Open All Night Lucy Kaplansky 4:21. 103 Unemployment Rag Frank Christian 3:28. 104 Incident at Ebenezer Creek Jack Hardy 6:18. 105 Regretting What I Said Christine Lavin 3:02. 106 American Jerusalem Rod MacDonald 6:04. 201 Howard Hughes Blughes Erik Frandsen 4:34. 202 Knight Moves Suzanne Vega 3:36. 203 Call Me the Whale Paul Kaplan, Jack Hardy, and Tom Intondi 3:43. 204 Diavoli in Avido Amore Germana Pucci 4:54. 205 Wasted Love Carolyn McCombs 4:31. 206 The Great American Dream Tom Intondi, Lucy Kaplansky, Jack Hardy, David Massengill, and Rod MacDonald 9:19.
Marco: we lost our boy Jules in the beginning of last November. unfortunately we lost Roberta’s mother, Ruth, at the end of November. She was integral in the churches where Roberta's father, Stuart, was minister. Unfortunately, we also lost Stuart, two weeks ago. He was a minister of the Presbyterian religious affiliated churches. both had longevity and contributed wholly, and were committed to making an impact in their communities through their faith. Growing up with Mamasita, who shared her love of voice and music, was a great inspiration. as we all know who enjoy expressing themselves through word also realize the connection of music as an art form of expressing, creatively as well as a cathartic means of dealing with the vicissitudes of life. writing and music which are not mutually exclusive is the human conduit to their existence with the Universe. you know, the vibrations of all that exists. Marco: Mamasita brought me and my siblings, (six of us at the time after losing a sister and brother to childhood infirmities), to the U. S. A in the late nineteen fifties / early sixties. this was to try to experience a world at an arm's length from the disheartening and discontent of an abandoning husband and biologic father to us. She, Raquel Lopez, mi mamasita, had met an American man who promised her a land of security and... Not too long after establishing a nest in Indianapolis, mamasita had a child by him, my brother Dan 1. He ended up using us for labor at tilling his farm land. He was extremely abusive both to us and mamasita. She eventually quietly came in contact with someone in the Catholic diocese in Indianapolis, Sacred Heart, who provided us an avenue of escape up to northern Indiana with a Catholic Church and University, Notre Dame University. this was the beginning of a life for her and us, although beset by an impoverished existence, we were very fortunate to be comforted under the auspices of a caring cathedral of Holy Cross priests. Mamasita, for most of the rest of her life, worked two, sometimes two and a half jobs in order to keep us fed and sheltered. She loved us with song and wonderful cooking and loving embraces dispersed in small portions, due to time and number of siblings. She had a very hard struggling existence in her time here on earth. Hopefully, she was well aware of her children’s adoration and love for her. i miss her very much and I speak to her every day as I look at her pictures set up on my desk in front of my work space in my small study. Her lovely singing voice still resonates in me and I, on occasion, still strum and sing some of her favorite songs, both Mexican songs in Spanish, and those she loved in English. Her music, her voice, her heart, her strength can never be overstated. they’re just outside my window. you know the one in the morning you’d sing. gathering, holding hands looking outside. the window as the day begins. you’d tell us. if one sings la cancion ‘esta mananita’. the birds would sing its welcome. so today, for you mamasita, with the. some ground squirrels chiming in. i sing ‘esta mananita’ to celebrate and honor. you for without you my life would not be. con muchisimo amor, mamasita,. con los angelitos donde estas hoy. te mando mi coracon, todo mi amor. Marco: once again, a running narrative of being in touch with myself intertwined with my surroundings in this mundane existence. i speak to being in touch both in the waking state and in the dream state, which is which i’m not sure. part of the ongoing narrative in most of my writing is being attuned to my coexistence with Nature and other living beings and always aware of my mortality, here. Marco: ‘you in my eyes’. was a combination of both my love and relation with my partner, my wife Roberta, but also with all who look into my eyes. they see and feel what i see and feel trying to incorporate the element of human sensorial. we are all one traversing the best we can this world which provides us with angst and joy, with turmoil and calm, with violence and peace. if we take time to look into each other’s eyes, we all see ourselves in each other without bias of race, ethnicity or gender. do not disdain portrayals of love. but receive with open arms and heart. Life’s every emanation. for loves they falter.
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