A Florida Fiddler: The Life and Times of Richard Seaman

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Index
Abrahams, Roger, 4
Acosta, Tom, 90–94, 148
African-American folklore, 65, 80, 85, 179
“Alabama Jubilee,” 137, 145
Alligators, 20, 77, 78
“Amazing Grace,” 49, 143
American Folklife Center, 2
American Indians, 15–16, 73, 80, 85, 168
Ammidown, Margot, 165
Anderson, John, 147
Anderson, Miss, 130, 169
“Annie Seaman Waltz,” 7, 13, 119–20, 120, 141, 199, 201
“Arkansas Traveler,” 138
Arlington neighborhood, 103
“At a Georgia Camp Meeting,” 146
“Aunt Dina's Quilting Party,” 143, 145
authenticity, 137, 138
Avondale neighborhood, 99, 198
Baldwin, Florida, 18
Ballymenone, Ireland, 29
Barber, Joe, 108, 109, 112
Barber, Ross, 109
Barbour, George M., 175, 176, 180
bass, 66–67
Basso, Keith, 73
Bauman, Richard, 4, 140
Bayard, Samuel Preston, 134, 135, 144
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 19
bees, 12, 78–79
Bennett, Earnest, 194
Bennington, Floyd, 194
“Big John in the Barroom,” 137
“Bile Them Cabbage Down,” 138, 139
“Bill Cheatem,” 138
“Billy in the Lowground,” 136
Bivins, T. K., 197, 198
bluegrass music, 2–3, 41, 50–53, 110, 146
blues music, 52, 157, 178, 179
Blume, George, 194
Bridal Street, Jacksonville, 96, 200
Briggs, Charles, 140
Bronner, Simon, 193
Brookville, Florida, 175
“Bully of the Town,” 137

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface - Shuffle ix
  • Introduction - Fiddler's Stories 1
  • 1 - Arts Mania 9
  • 2 - And the Merry Love the Fiddle 18
  • 3 - Worksop 33
  • 4 - [Your Word Was Your Bond] 55
  • 5 - Uncle Josie's Farm 86
  • 6 - Richard's Fiddle 105
  • 7 - Core Repertory 132
  • 8 - Folklife in Education 150
  • 9 - A Florida Fiddler 163
  • 10 - The Voice of a Fiddler 182
  • 11 - The Icing on the Cake 196
  • Postscript 199
  • Tunes 201
  • Notes 209
  • Works Consulted 237
  • Index 249
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