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Gary Davis camera operator tracks 24— Bradley Nowell tracks 20, Bud Gaugh tracks 2, 8. Marshall Goodman track 5. Ian MacKaye track 1. Lyle Preslar track 1. Eric Wilson Sublime tracks 2, 8. Bradley Nowell tracks 2, 5, 8. All the Fun That We Missed track 4. Jay Ungar, the fiddler who wrote the song, and his fellow folk musician and wife, Molly Mason, will be coming to Hartford next weekend to share classics from the American soul.
Album) couple's specialty is " percent American-made music," including such styles as Appalachian, Cajun, country, swing, and rousing Civil War marches. Frequent guests on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion," the duo delights audiences with their storytelling and their skill on such instruments as the violin, mandolin, guitar, banjo and piano. In Twain's day, live music was a more central part of people's lives than it is today. Perhaps you won't be able to merely sit back and listen when you hear them next weekend in Hartford.
Perhaps, you'll ask for your partner's arm during "The Lover's Waltz" and dance under the stars. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band's musicians are magicians who transport listeners back to the turn of the century with a toot of the trumpet, a strum of the banjo, and the sultry slide of a trombone. Though band members favor dark suits and ties, the music they play is anything but reserved. Referred 2:15 - Three Ring Circus - Three Ring Circus (CDr by one critic as a "movable Mardi Gras," the all-male septet specializes in New Orleans jazz, that sweet-sad-gentle-exuberant music born from street parades, saloons, and riverboats.
It's not the same as, but is often confused with, Dixieland. New Orleans jazz is a tempo slower, the arrangements are simple, and the heart of the music is improvisation. Usually, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band doesn't write out a playlist before an appearance; they go with the flow, take cues from the audience, and play what the spirit moves them to play. In return, audiences spontaneously cheer for their favorite soloists.
Formed more than 25 years ago, the band takes its name from Preservation Hall, a small, unimposing structure at St. Peter Street in the heart of the French Quarter. Many of the band members come from the most prominent musical families in New Orleans, and it's as natural for them to play such tunes as "Tiger Rag" and "Bourbon Street Parade," as it is to swallow. The musicians range in age from their 20s to their 80s, demographics that mirror their all-ages audiences.
In "Roughing It," Mark Twain headed west with his brother in the hopes he'd meet all kinds of characters. You'll have the chance to meet some of them, in spirit anyway, in the main ring at Bushnell Park next weekend. The spectacle is sure to entertain audiences who yearn to time-travel.
As patriotic tunes blare, families will see dance hall girls frolicking about the performance ring, trick riders jumping hither and yon astride stampeding steeds, and even a real buffalo, trucked in from Colorado. In the spirit of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, which premiered in and performed in Hartford, featuring the likes of Annie Oakley and Chief Sitting Bull, the Hartford show boasts a big cast and several celebrities.
About 20 performers both two-legged and four-legged will be on hand to recreate the days when cowboys rode the range and buffalo roamed the plains, Album). World champion rope spinner J.
Stoker, accompanied by his show horse, Hot Diggity, will regale Hartford with his Magic Ropes, which he artfully spins into butterflies, ocean waves and "the cowboy's wedding ring. We're all just big kids. Time, Place: Thirty-minute shows are Saturday and Sunday at 11 a. As "Sky" Shivers tells it, he was raised among the bloodthirsty chiggers and persimmon thickets of southern Oklahoma and spent his boyhood helping feed the family cows and breaking colts on the blacktop streets.
As a horse-crazy kid, his imagination and daydreams were fed by feedstore testimonials, riverbank campfire tales and front-porch stories about kinfolk "making do. Sky has turned those tales into a profession as a cowboy storyteller, and he'll share his wit and wisdom in Hartford next weekend.
If the audience isn't laughing, I haven't done my job. Time, Place: Saturday and Sunday from a. There's gold in these here hills! And you're welcome to some of the treasure at the miner's camp, an ongoing, hands-on activity in Bushnell Park for would-be prospectors of all ages.
Families are invited to seek their fortunes at a gold-miner's box, a long wooden box filled with water, sand, turquoise, and other trinkets. Whatever you catch in the pan is yours to keep.
Feeling a bit sluggish? Stomach a bit out of whack? You may be suffering from that pesky malady known as Galloping Recalcitrant Plebny. Not to worry for a modest sum, you, too, can be among the satisfied customers who've found relief with a healthy dose of Dr. Lambert's Yellowstone Tonic. During Twain Days, the good doctor portrayed by Mike Bresler of Providence will be in town to extol the virtues of his signature product.
In Bushnell Park, he'll recreate the flash and dash of an old-time medicine show, testing the audience for various ailments, hawking his fool-proof tonic and softening up visitors for the hard sell by entertaining them with music and magic tricks. It's time to perk up your ears and tap your toes.
Gary "Gabby" Gidman, a veteran of several bands and musical troupes, also plays acoustic guitar and "Fiddlin' Slim Coxx," born ingives a plucky performance on the fiddle.
Some performers are a natural fit with Mark Twain Days. That's why Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters will share their tunes at the event. They perform "roots" music with elements of bluegrass, country, folk, and Western swing. The Stillwaters, all Connecticut residents, include Kevin Lynch on mandolin, guitar and vocals; Matt Nozzolio on vocals and dobro; and Tom Bowman on bass. Talk about a man who carries a tune. To portray Professor Paddywhack, a one-man band extravaganza, street performer Rick Adam hoists an accordion, harmonica, penny whistle, alarm clock and drums up to 50 instruments in all onto his compact frame.
He attaches clanging knee knockers above his shins, and he sports a xylophone on his hat. Adam isn't, though, a one-note performer. In addition to his one-man parade, he'll portray The Great Spoofarto, a wry old vaudevillian who's inspired in part by Mark Twain. Wearing a white wig, vintage tie and tails, Spoofarto will perform shadow puppetry, magic, juggling, and he'll play the musical saw.
Times, Places: Professor Paddywhack will entertain at various places in the park Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p. Also, he will perform on the Family Stage on Saturday from p. Dance leaders in the costumes of the s will invite Twain Days visitors to join them in the dance steps of the 19th century the Virginia Reel, the Spanish Waltz, the Slow Waltz accompanied by live and recorded music.
And you may not leave alone, even if you arrive that way. The Virginia Reel features two lines of 17 dancers facing each other and skipping back and forth, constantly switching partners.
The Spanish Waltz is done in groups of four, with each group similarly swapping partners. On a summer afternoon in Hartford, Mark Twain climbed aboard and hung on for dear life to his high-wheel Columbia Expert bicycle, built for him by his neighbor and good friend, Col. Albert A.
As Twain related in his love-hate essay, "Taming the Bicycle": "Although wholly inexperienced, I dismounted with the fastest times on record. Fortunately, no one with Twain's dubious cycling prowess is a member of the International Wheelmen of Connecticut. The worldwide club was formed to ride, collect and restore antique bicycles and preserve the heritage of the high-wheelers.
On Saturday and Sunday, Wheelman and Wheelwoman, Paul and Nancy Surprenant of Cheshire, in Victorian riding gear, will demonstrate their skills atop their inchers, seated more than 5 feet from the ground.
The Trackless Train line is the best way to view and travel between venues within the park. A uniformed engineer calls out "All Aboard" and naming the stops along the way. It is provided free of charge cigar smoking allowed for visitors by Bruce Smick Amusement of Worcester, Mass. The passenger open cars are hooked to a bright red-and-yellow choo-choo train tube-style engine with the traditional cow catcher, a feature in front that once caused impatient train traveler Mark Twain to remark, "No train [I've been on] ever ran over a cow, for the reason that it has never been able to overtake one.
Leading the field is the elegant Pope-Hartford built in by Col. Pope in his factory at Park and Laurel Streets. To keep the public from seeing his creation until it was perfected, Pope drove it only at night. He rumbled up to Springfield and back before putting it on the market. A Victorian toy boatworks and boat-launching dock will be a new treat for preteen youngsters at the Bushnell Park Pond, an event promising to make sailors out of the most confirmed landlubbers, with the help of a crew from Mystic Seaport.
It may take an older sibling or parent to assist the kids in learning to shape their vessels from blocks of wood. But there will be plans available to follow, and imagination will be encouraged to run wild in designing, shaping and then testing each one's creation in the pond waters. The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch is a colossal monument to Hartford soldiers who fought and died in the Civil War, erected and dedicated in Originally vehicles crossed a bridge over the Park River to pass under it; then they put the river underground, leaving the bridge with its odd alignment to Trinity Street.
Thanks to the Bushnell Park Foundation, those stalwart defenders of the park, you can climb the winding stairs up the towers and survey the park and the celebration spread out before you. Simply walk to the bottom of the tower and ask about the next tour. Seventy-five historically costumed players will include soldiers, 2:15 - Three Ring Circus - Three Ring Circus (CDr, a working blacksmith, leather trader, war correspondents, and the Sumterville Civilians.
Before heading west to California, Mark Twain spent six weeks with the ragtag Rangers. It began to rain as the Rangers prepared to meet the Yankees. The Rangers' prudent captain suggested his man militia wait in his barn, saying, "We'll fight 'em after it stops raining.
The 9th Connecticut finally engaged the Rangers in a fierce fixed-bayonet skirmish to be recreated Sunday afternoon.
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