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A BANJO FROLIC - DOCUMENTARY FILM IN ENGLISH - NTSC

BY GERARD DE SMAELE & PATRICK FERRYN


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Attention : Film anglophone non doublé et non sous-titré en Français pouvant être lu sur tous les téléviseurs et lecteurs DVD.

Frémeaux & Associés Télévisions met à la disposition du public anglophone la version originale du film de Gérard De Smaele et Patrick Ferryn “A Banjo Frolic”, réalisé avec le soutien de l’ambassade des États-Unis à Bruxelles, pour le propos d’une grande exposition sur le Banjo présentée par Gérard De Smaele en 2003.

L’intérêt de ce film documentaire sur l’ensemble de la musique populaire américaine vu par le prisme du Banjo (Bluegrass, Old-time music, “Folk Music”), avec la participation de tous ses acteurs étant supérieur à l’économie du documentaire sur DVD, nous avons décidé de faire paraî tre ce film extraordinaire, en distribution internationale (format NTSC), dans sa version anglaise originale non sous-titrée et non doublée en Français.
Benjamin Goldenstein

English only - no subtitle

From Atlanta (Georgia) to Washington, DC (home of the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Institution), and throughout western North Carolina and Virginia, the Blue Ridge and the Smoky Mountains: A Banjo Frolic provides a testimony about the present vitality and meaning of traditional (old-time and bluegrass) music in the United States of the third millennium.
Patrick Frémeaux
  
We have seen the films “Bonnie and Clyde”, “Deliverance”, and more recently “Oh Brother! Where Art Thou”. These movies took Appalachian music and the five-string banjo to a broader international audience.
A Banjo Frolic addresses the same subject, providing testimony about the present vitality and meaning of traditional music in the United States. We drove from Atlanta GA to Washington DC (home of the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Institution, two huge folk-music repositories), and throughout western North Carolina and Virginia, the Blue Ridge and the Smoky Mountains.
The Appalachian areas we visited are in the nest of old-time music (also bluegrass), which is distinct from the usual commercial trends of the country music. A Banjo Frolic raises several issues like conservation, transmission, and transformation of the Southern musical heritage. It surely could be used as a basis for reflecting on the meaning of our own European traditional music, its use and value within the present-
day world. The context presented is an America distant from the usual clichés.”
Gérard De Smaele & Patrick Ferryn

A Banjo Frolic
Script by Gérard de Smaele
Filmed by Patrick Ferryn
Editing: Patrick Ferryn assisted by Olivier Burlet & Nicolas de Seny
Mixing: Etienne Dontaine (Studio Dame Blanche, Brussels)
Technical Adviser: Damien Pesesse (DiXiT MEDIA)
The Pete Seeger sequences were filmed by Michel Baudour & Richard Verthé for Patrick Ferryn’s film: “I Was Born in Portland Town”. Used by permission.
“A Banjo Frolic” was filmed in the States of Georgia, North Carolina, Maryland and in Washington DC, in May 2003.
Produced by Caboose Productions (a subsidiary of Video Formation), Belgium

Music:
(*) means recorded live and used with the kind permission of the performers
A Banjo Frolic - (Joe Morley) performed by Mr William Ball, in Pompadour, Self Produced CD, ed. Turner, used with permission by Phil Spiers
I’ll never get drunk anymore (*) - (Trad.) performed by Gérard De Smaele
“Turkey in the Straw” - (Trad.) by Larry Richardson, Sonny Miller, and Johnny Jackson from the recording entitled Galax, Virginia Old Fiddler's Convention, Folkways 02435, provided courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. © 1964. Used by Permission.
“Introduction remarks” by H.P. Van Hoy from the recording entitled 37th Annual Old Time Fiddler's Convention at Union Grove North Carolina, Folkways 02434 provided courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. © 1962. Used by Permission.
Oh Mule (*) - (Trad.) performed by Doc Watson
Blue Skies (*) - (Irving Berlin © Emi Music Publishing) performed by  Pete Seeger – with permission by Emi Music Publishing
Lost Gander (*) - (Trad.) performed by Mike Seeger
Molly and Tenbrooks (*) - (Bill Monroe) performed and arranged by Mike Seeger – ©  Peer international Corp. (PIC). Avec l’autorisation de S.E.M.I.
Minstrel Banjo Tune (*) - (Trad.) performed by George Wunderlich
Pretty Polly (*) - (Trad.) performed by Mike Seeger 
Worried Life Blues - performed by  David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Library of Congress Recording (recorded by Alan Lomax in 1942), with the kind permission by Michael Frank and Mr. Edwards.
I Wish I was a Mole in the Ground - (Trad.), performed by Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Library of Congress, AFS 3167 (recorded in 1936), with the kind permission of the successors of Bascom Lamar Lunsford.
Billy in the Lowground (*) - (Trad.) performed by Laura Boosinger
The Wearing of the green (*) - (Trad.) performed by Barbara Kuhn (fiddle) & Will Keys (banjo)
West Virginia Highway (*) - (Trad.) performed by Alan Jabbour
East Virginia (*) - (Trad.) performed by Frank Hamilton
Down by the Riverside (*) - (Trad.) performed by Frank Hamilton
Roustabout (*) - (Trad.) performed by Bill Mansfield
Round Peak style demo (*) - (Trad.) performed by Bill Mansfield
Sourwood Mountain (*) - (Trad.) performed by Lo Gordon
Cattle in the Lane (*) - (Trad.) The Reed Island Rounders (Diana Jones-banjo, Betty Wornbrock-fiddle, Billy Cornette-guitar) 
Camp Chase (*) - (Trad.) performed by Robert Morrison
Goodbye old Paint - (Trad. ) performed by  Jess Morris, Library of Congress Recording (recorded by Alan Lomax in 1942)
Barbara's Tune (*) - (Reed Martin) performed by Reed Martin
Coal Creek March (*) - (Trad. - Pete Steele) performed by Reed Martin 
At a Georgia Camp Meeting (*) - (Mills © Emi Music Publishing) performed by Bill Rutan (tenor banjo), Frank Hamilton (guitar) & Morris Hirsch (fiddle) – with the kind permission of Emi Music Publishing
Ducks on the Millpond - (Trad.) performed by Tommy Jarrell-fiddle, Kyle Creed-banjo, Audine Linberry-bass & Bobby Patterson-guitar, in June Apple, Old Time and Clawhammer Banjo, Heritage Records, HRC CD 038, 1993 . With the kind permission of Bobby Patterson 
Rubin - (Trad. ) performed by Tommy Jarrell-fiddle, Kyle Creed-banjo, Audine Linberry-bass & Bobby Patterson-guitar, in June Apple, Old Time and Clawhammer Banjo, Heritage Records, HRC CD 038, 1993 . With the kind permission of Bobby Patterson
Ruby – (Trad.) performed by Geoffrey Stelling, in Hard Driving!, Geoff Stelling’s Hard Times Bluegrass Band, Stelling Banjo Works, 1974. With the kind permission of Geoffrey Stelling
The Worried Blues (Going Down the Road Feeling Bad) - (Trad.) performed by Samantha Bumgardner (recorded in New York, NY, for Columbia Records, 1924) 
Fourteen days in Georgia - (Trad.) Reid Ringer-fiddle & Robert Morrison-banjo, in Camp Chase, Camp Chase Music, 2001
“Closing Remarks” by H. P. Van Hoy by H.P. Van Hoy from the recording entitled 37th Annual Old Time Fiddler's Convention at Union Grove North Carolina, Folkways 02434 provided courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. © 1962. Used by Permission.
A Banjo Frolic - (Joe Morley) performed by Mr William Ball, in Pompadour, Self Produced CD, ed. Turner, used with permission by Phil Spiers
Banjo Makers :
Kevin Enoch (Enoch Banjos), lo Gordon (Cedar Mountain Banjos) , Peter Ross (Jubilee Banjos), Geoff Stelling (Stelling Banjo Works), George Wunderlich (Wunder Banjo Co)

Droits : Frémeaux & Associés Télévision.
Label : FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES

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