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LOGGER'S SHEET 

LOGGER: Lori Taylor/Andrew Connors
REEL NUMBER: 7/9
STAGE: AFS
DATE: 7/4/1988
PRESENTOR: Charlie Camp
GROUP NAME: Festivals: Presentations & Reflections of Traditional Cultures
REGION/STYLE:

PERFORMER(S) INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION 
Pualani Kanahele (hula teacher, Hawaii)
Rayna Green (American Indian Prosram-NMAH Smithsonian, DC)
Nick Spitzer (folklorist - Wash, DC)
Joe Wilson (folkflorist - Wash, DC)

CONTENTS

1. "Yankee Doodle Dandy" Louis Bashell, accordian,
"God Bless America" what?
2. 
3. Intros - 
4. PK - Hawaiians make a lot of noise - it will be successful next year - but quiet craftspeople?
5. 
6. NS - on a non-performance stage you have to make the crafts appealing.
7. RG - How presentations of American Indians changed? 
Enlightening in some ways (Cherokee Baptists) but try to bring things which will appeal.
8. 
CC- Challenge definitions by who they bring?
9. JW - Shatering expectations. 
10. have to look closer at audience demographics -
who participating, how to reach others.
11. PK - Great opportunities to dispel stereotypes within as well as outside of a tradition
12. NS - what do people here at this session think about this festival? ;
Any comments from our audience here?
13. Number of public thanks Joe Wilson for NFF held in N.Y., N.Y.
J.W - contradicts Alan Lomax's statement made yesterday crediting Lenin w/ supporting folk groups
RG- Discusses public vs traditional Hawaiian Hula songs
PK- Demonstrates differing song styles
public praise and disclaimer for W.Post article on Georgians, USSR
JW- tells story about lice and cocaine confusion in Philadelphia Folk Festival
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