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June 24-28; JULY 1-5, 2015                Log Sheet # 2
SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL AUDIO/ VIDEO LOG SHEET
Logger/ Videographer: Greg Jacks
Memory Car Number- Tascam: CFCH 2 File name: Hablad-0244.wav
Memory Card Number-Zoom H2: CFCH 2 File Name: 002.wav
Presenter: Brus Rubio Date/Time: 1:20 6/24
Program: Amazonian Stage: El Hablador
Group Name: Brus Rubio
Region / Style: Huitoto-Bera; Spoken Word (&?) Song 
From Amazons, lies in Lima 
Performer(s)      Instrument/Occupation
Brus Rubio        Storyteller
Cynthia Vidaur(?) Translater/Folklsist (?)
Contents/Notes (continue on back):
1. Opened with song, about the transfer of knowledge
2. Myth about origin of food
3. Song (?) celebrates the birth of fruit
4. Feast done in April
5. Teaches conciares(?) to children in town.
6. Father is [[Huitoto]] Mother is [[Bara?]] - This hybridity allows to interact in D.C. in new culture
7. Mixed ethnicity means double the experience
8. Off-Stage -> a Peruvian guitarist waiting to go on trades instruments with a tourist with a mandolin and tries to play it. He's waiting to go onstage.
More on back ->
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