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Tuesday, July 7, 2020
With our treasured arts institutions feeding us archival material to keep us engaged with this vital segment of our lives, I get feeds from CAP, The Center for The Art of Performance. In fact, one of my podcast guests was Kristy Edmonds , their incredibly wonderful artistic director, who was the key to my supporting CAP where she treats all of us funders like family. CAP sent us this Banjo material that features two of the people who have done programs for them.
BONUS: In this video , Rhiannon talks about the history of the minstrel banjo, that came here with the slave trade, and its importance in American folk music.
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