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Ribbons & Bows

by Elfenworks Productions, LLC

This podcast series takes a trip down memory lane, to meet the early pioneering women and fair minded men who helped shape today’s robust violin scene.
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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1. Episode 1 Early Beginnings
20:49 $0.99
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2. Episode 2a Ww1 and the 20s
16:50 $0.99
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3. Episode 2b the Roaring 20s
19:00 $0.99
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4. Episode 3a Great Depression I
11:47 $0.99
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5. Episode 3b the Great Depression II
13:05 $0.99
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6. Episode 4a World War II – Part 1
10:55 $0.99
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7. Episode 4b World War II – Part 2
11:26 $0.99
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8. Episode 4c World War II – Part 3
19:36 $0.99
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9. Episode 5 the Internationalists
16:57 $0.99
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10. Episode 6a Strengths and Connections I
18:49 $0.99
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11. Episode 6b Connections and Conclusion II
17:05 $0.99
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Album Notes
The sight of young children with violin cases warms the heart. Off they trod in their little shoes, to school, boys and girls alike. But, it wasn’t always so. Not long ago little girls were not encouraged to play violin. This podcast series takes a trip down memory lane, to meet the early pioneering women and fair minded men who helped shape today’s robust violin scene.
These stories are powerful and relatable. After all, who among us hasn’t felt like the odd one out, the person interested in trying something where they didn’t exactly fit in? These women did it. Then, they disappeared. This series addresses the following questions: Why is there so little about these women in the history books? Where could we find out more? Could they really be lost in the mists of time? And, could we somehow retrieve them, to share them with others? Through the creation of this series we discovered that the violinist’s stories might teach us all something about perseverance, about vision, about… hope.

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