8 edition of Fiddlin" Sam found in the catalog.
Wandering through the Ozarks and bringing joy to people with his music, Fiddlin" Sam seeks the right person to take up his fiddle and carry on the practice.
|Statement||by Marianna Dengler ; illustrated by Sibyl Graber Gerig.|
|Contributions||Gerig, Sibyl Graber, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.D4145 Fi 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||99019711|
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Sidney Johnson "Fiddlin' Sid" Harkreader (Febru — Ma ) was an American Old-time fiddle player and string band leader. He was an early member of the Grand Ole Opry, at first accompanying banjoist Uncle Dave Macon and later performing on the program with his own band. In the s, Harkreader formed and briefly toured with the Western band "The Round-Up Gang" before. Fiddlin' Sam. Written by: Dengler, Marianna Published by: South Sea International Press. Everyone in the Ozark Mountains loved to hear Sam play his old lionhead fiddle as he wandered the back roads, stopping at farms and towns. Sam was getting old, however, and he was looking for someone to take over for him. As his Pa said, "This ain't a gift.
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Grade A lovely journey of balance and harmony from the creators of The Worry Stone (Rising Moon, ). For years on end, Fiddlin' Sam travels the back roads of the Ozarks, fiddling away the people's cares, their worries, and even the aching in their bones.5/5(5).
Fiddlin' Sam book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Blessed with the gift of music, a fiddler named Sam travels from town t /5. The story Fiddlin' Sam was one of the best children's stories that I have ever read. It's mainly about a man named Sam who goes to town to town to fiddle for the people.
Then, Sam gets old and needs to pass the fiddle onto someone else. Marianna Dengler, the author of Fiddlin' 5/5. Get this from a library. Fiddlin' Sam. [Marianna Dengler; Sibyl Graber Gerig] -- Wandering through the Ozarks and bringing joy to people with his music, Fiddlin' Sam seeks the right person to take up his fiddle and carry on the practice.
Fiddlin' Sam Marianna Dengler, Author, Rising Moon, Author, Sibyl Graber Gerig, Illustrator Rising Moon Books $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
Fiddlin' Sam is the inheritor of the peripatetic, minstrel's life of his father, who taught Sam his art, saying, "This ain't a gift, Son.
It's a loan. You gotta pass the music along." Sam accepts the food that appreciative people give him, but politely refuses their offer of a : Marianna Dengler. In a family memoir of the most affecting kind, readers are invited to a long-ago time in the Ozark Mountains and the story of a musician who owned "the clothes on his back and a fine old lionhead fiddle." Fiddlin' Sam is the inheritor of the peripatetic, minstrel's life of his father, who taught Sam his art, saying, "This ain't a gift, Son.
It's a : Marianna Dengler. Fiddlin’ Sam is the inheritor of the peripatetic, minstrel’s life of his father, who taught Sam his art, saying, “This ain’t a gift, Son. It’s a loan. You gotta pass the music along.” Sam accepts the food that appreciative people give him, but politely refuses their offer of a bed.
Fiddlin' Sam is an old country nomad, wandering the back woods, hills and valleys of the Ozarks playing his fiddle at one farm and then another. As a Missouri girl, the setting made the book even more special to me as I have spent some good times myself wandering around the Ozarks and playing in the woods.
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Students who are beyond Book 2 also enjoy playing these tunes!The table of contents lists the fiddle tune paired with the appropriate polished Suzuki piece, and downloadable digital audio tracks are included with purchase. Transcriptions and audio files of over fiddle tunes from old recordings, festivals, jams and workshops, notated by John Lamancusa.
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Fiddlin' Banjo Billy Mathews. likes 1 talking about this. Billy continues to collect and play a huge repertoire of old-time fiddle tunes, as evidenced by his Tunes recording project.
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