In Tune with Tradition: Wisconsin Folk Musical Instruments
Robert Thomas Teske
Cedarburg Cultural Center, 1990 - Music - 72 pages
This book celebrates the beauty, diversity, and vitality of Wisconsin's instrument-making tradition as practiced by seventeen craftsmen in a dozen ethnic, regional, and occupational commuunities throughout the state. From Ojibwa dance drums to Hardanger fiddles, these instruments and their makers are introduced with stunning photographs and lively, informative text.
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