Folk Notes

Walker Creek Sampler 150 150 Sonoma County Folk Society

Walker Creek Sampler

by Bill Amatneek As a teen, I attended a summer music camp. We played in duos, quartets, choirs and orchestras, attended classes in composition, singing, ear training, conducting, and music theory, and took one-on-one lessons. We even sang art songs, including the 1826 Franz Schubert hit that begins “Who Is Silvia? What is she?” I…

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Remembering Gil 150 150 Sonoma County Folk Society

Remembering Gil

by John Knutson, SoCoFoSo Member . . . . . When I was a young man, about the age of twenty, in the early 1970s, I was living in the Haight Ashbury, about a block from Faith Petric and her much loved folk jams. I was also a street artist producing sterling silver/gemstone jewelry for…

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Jamming Grandpa! 1964 1964 Sonoma County Folk Society

Jamming Grandpa!

Beware! 1458 1458 Sonoma County Folk Society


CONNECTIONS TO FOLK MUSIC 150 150 Sonoma County Folk Society


by Steve Gilford, SoCoFoSo Member. . . . .  At Yale, I was part of a student group made up of people who were passionate about traditional music. We formed a group with an unusual goal – to put on concerts in Yale’s 2400 seat Woolsey Hall auditorium that we rented, and to make money…

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What kind of people?!?! 515 775 Sonoma County Folk Society

What kind of people?!?!

Folk Notes Archive 2008 – 2018 147 173 Sonoma County Folk Society

Folk Notes Archive 2008 – 2018

Folk Notes Archive

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