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Logger's Sheet

Logger: Lori Taylor
Reel Number: 9/9     
Stage: AFS
Date: 6/30/1988   
Presentor: Charlie Camp
Group Name: Crossing the Line: Folk Artist - Folklorist.

[[2 column table]]
| Performer(s) | Instrument/Occupation |
| Barrylee Pearson | (folklorist, UMD - College Park, MD) |
| Joe Hickerson | (archivist, Archive of folk culture - Wash, DC) |
| Pualani Kanahele | (Native Hawaiian Performance - Hilo, Hawaii [[song?]]

Tomorrow is 60th Birthday of Folk Archive - Library of Congress

1. Intro- 
each to show an example
2.JH - Robert Winslow Gordon; recording of "Pretty Polly" Child Ballad #4, brought song to attention of Carl Sandburg...evolution of the song. Song on one of his lips-"lady Isabell and the Elf Knight"
3.PK- performing traditions she grew up with- chant,dance("old things")close to ground, related to movement of lava. *first line of chant
chant while slapping gourd and hitting it on ground.
4.BP - 25 yrs collecting-self-definition as "revivalist" growing up in Chicago
"I did more for you baby than your mama & papa ever done" [[image]]
5.CC - natural or acquired affection.
does studying something you love reduce your love for the thing?
6.JH - a lot of people got into this business because of the revival. an archive copy of a letter he wrote in 1956 to Rae Korson. had forgotten he had written the letter until he came to work at the AFCulture encourages people to do both-active pamphleteer.
7.PK - dancing is at the same level of enthusiasm as food(that is HIGH level) many people hate their jobs-"I am my job" (she teaches)
8.BP - wandering in 60s lost, ran into Stith[?] Thompson-went to IU. ST discouraged doing both-now a turn around. Performing is a wonderful fieldwork tool - establishes rapport. 
9.PK - standing chant.
** first line
* He Kau no Hiciaka
**Kunihi Ka Mauna
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