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JUNE 24-28; JULY 1-5, 2015
SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL
AUDIO/VIDEO LOG SHEET
LOGGER/VIDEOGRAPHER: David Bosserman     Hablad
MEMORY CARD NUMBER - TASCAM: CFCH 2  FILE NAME: -0245.wav  [[scribble in right margin]]
MEMORY CARD NUMBER - ZOOM H2: CFCH 3  FILE NAME: 003.wav
[[? in left margin]] PRESENTER: Javier León  DATE/TIME: 6/24 2:00pm
PROGRAM: Peru  STAGE: Hablador
GROUP NAME: Trio de La ETudiatina [[?]] Municipal de [[Ayachu scribbled, corrected to Ayacucho]]
REGION/STYLE: Ayacucho Strings + noils [[?]]
PERFORMER(S)                  INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION
Estanislao Medina             Guitar
Pedro Leonsilla Bellido       Mandolin
Felicitas I͟n͟e͟s
A͟s͟c͟a͟r͟g͟a de Cuba               Vocal

C͟O͟N͟T͟E͟N͟T͟S͟/͟N͟O͟T͟E͟S͟ ͟(͟c͟o͟n͟t͟i͟n͟u͟e͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟b͟a͟c͟k͟)͟:
1. Large ensemble established 1937
2. Community based ensemble w many Instruments [[-15166 people written above Instruments]]
3. [['MUSIC' written in left margin, with a straight line going from left to right underneath the 3. Arrow pointing to #4]]
4. Invokes love + yearning! Incites Honey Moon, [[?]]
5. Puts wings together + asks his love to return
6. W͟i͟n͟o Music of Feasts,  [[?]] Types of W͟i͟n͟o͟s.
7. Invites people to Join a march through [[?]]
8. Andean + European Heritages
Wino comes from Common daily Life + conditions
[['MUSIC' written in left margin, with a straight line going from left to right underneath]]
Ensemble = 75 years old
MUSIC------w [[?]]
[['MUSIC on Back' written in the corner of the page, encased in half a drawn box]]

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