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Quick tunes and good times: Authentic New England Square Dance Music and Stories of its Players ePub download

by Newton F Tolman

  • Author: Newton F Tolman
  • ISBN: 0872330141
  • ISBN13: 978-0872330146
  • ePub: 1861 kb | FB2: 1250 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: William L. Bauhan; 1st edition (1972)
  • Pages: 109
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 123
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Quick tunes and good times: Authentic New England Square Dance Music and Stories of its Players ePub download

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Newton Tolman was one of the grand old men of New England contra dancing. This book tells you how it came to the revival that is still flourishing. Sarah rated it really liked it Dec 21, 2008. Becca marked it as to-read Jul 01, 2013. Jim marked it as to-read Jan 27, 2016. Osiris Oliphant marked it as to-read Feb 05, 2018.

The historic New England contra dance tune book by Newt Tolman and Kay Gilbert was first published in 1969; this re-issue includes a new introduction by Newt's son Renn, two new tunes and corrections to several tunes

The historic New England contra dance tune book by Newt Tolman and Kay Gilbert was first published in 1969; this re-issue includes a new introduction by Newt's son Renn, two new tunes and corrections to several tunes. The CD, 32 tunes from the book played by Newt and Kay on flute and piano, has been remastered from the original vinyl. The biography is a social history as well as the story of a charismatic flute player, told by his son. The package was released on Nov 8, 2013. Updated front and back package covers June 2015.

Tolman, Newton F. (William L. Bauhan, 1972). The author & musician explains "New England square dance music" as to its forms, origins & present acceptance. Previous Page Next Page. Books About New Hampshire.

Newton F. Tolman has written: 'Quick tunes and good times' - subject(s): Folk music, History and criticism, Square dancing. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. Alfred F. Newton has written: 'World catalog of the genera of Pselaphidae (Coleoptera)' - subject(s): Pselaphidae, Classification, Beetles 'Redefinition, revised phylogeny, and relationships of Pseudopsinae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)' - subject(s): Classification, Insects, Staphylinidae.

Square dance music was traditionally played on acoustic instruments, and in. .Tolman, Beth, and Ralph Page (1937). The Country Dance Book.

Square dance music was traditionally played on acoustic instruments, and in many places it still is. The fiddle is the most common lead instrument; other lead instruments, and instruments that carry the rhythm and harmony, vary by region. Weston, Vermont: The Countryman Press. Retrieved November 1, 2007.

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Blaustein, Richard J. Traditional Music and Social Change: The Old Time Fiddlers Association Movement in the United . Dick Richardson Old Time New England Fiddler. Quick Tunes and Good Times. Dublin, New Hampshire: William Bauhan, 1972. Traditional Music and Social Change: The Old Time Fiddlers Association Movement in the United States. PhD dissertation, Indiana University, 1975. Briggs, Charles . ompetence in Performance. Keene, New Hampshire: Historical Society of Cheshire County, 1992. Leppert, Richard and McClary, Susan (eds). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. MacPherson, William A. The Music of the English Country Dance 1651–1728.

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