13 episodes

Folklife Fieldnotes is a collaborative radio podcast series between WMRA and The Virginia Folklife Program at Virginia Humanities - celebrating the people making art in the Commonwealth through sound recorded by Virginia Folklife with WMRA’s Chris Boros and Pat Jarrett from Folklife.

Folklife Fieldnotes Chris Boros, Pat Jarrett

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Folklife Fieldnotes is a collaborative radio podcast series between WMRA and The Virginia Folklife Program at Virginia Humanities - celebrating the people making art in the Commonwealth through sound recorded by Virginia Folklife with WMRA’s Chris Boros and Pat Jarrett from Folklife.

    Episode Thirteen: Sephardic Traditions In Virginia

    Episode Thirteen: Sephardic Traditions In Virginia

    In this episode of Folklife Fieldnotes, we ponder taking traditional Sephardic Jewish music into uncharted realms and how preserving the tradition, while expanding on it, is an essential way to introduce old music to new audiences.

    • 22 min
    Episode Twelve: Richard Maxham and Daniel Smith

    Episode Twelve: Richard Maxham and Daniel Smith

    With a lineage tracing back to the 1890s, Maxham Violins continues through Richard Maxham, the fifth generation in his family to carry on the legacy of making their instruments. He is currently apprenticing under Daniel Smith from Lynchburg, a master wood maker and violin maker through the 2022-2023 Virginia Folklife Apprenticeship Class.

    • 23 min
    Episode Eleven: Rocky McIntire & DIY Virginia Punk Houses

    Episode Eleven: Rocky McIntire & DIY Virginia Punk Houses

    Punk music has held strong to the ethos of doing it yourself, or DIY for short. Very few punk bands make a living playing this music. In most of America, established venues for heavy music are few and far between. This is where the DIY ethos shines, and how houses become DIY music venues.

    • 29 min
    Episode Ten: Larry Bellorín & Joe Troop

    Episode Ten: Larry Bellorín & Joe Troop

    • 29 min
    Episode Nine: Rev. Tarrence Paschall & The Chosen Few

    Episode Nine: Rev. Tarrence Paschall & The Chosen Few

    • 29 min
    Episode Eight: Katy Clune

    Episode Eight: Katy Clune

    Katy Clune is Virginia’s state folklorist and the new director of the Virginia Folklife Program.

    • 24 min

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