Urban Pioneers interview with Patrick Zwick, April 7, 2007

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Title Urban Pioneers interview with Patrick Zwick, April 7, 2007
Alternative Title Polly Stewart Oral History Project: Interview with Patrick Zwick
Links to Media https://stream.lib.utah.edu/index.php?c=portable_details&id=9680
Creator Zwick, Patrick; Stewart, Polly, 1943-2013; Bott, Jennifer
Contributor Bateman, Jennifer; Green, Laura Marcus
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 2007-04-07
Date Digital 2013-06-21
Temporal Coverage April 7, 2007
Description Recording of an interview by Jennifer Bott with Patrick Zwick, a participant in the Utah folk music scene of the 1960s. Jennifer Bott [now Bateman] served as sound engineer. Transcript by Laura R. Marcus [now Green]. One of the interview recordings that Polly Stewart and Jennifer Bott conducted for the Utah Folk Music Revival Oral History Project, 2004-2011
Spatial Coverage Salt Lake City (Utah)
Subject Zwick, Patrick--Interviews; Folk singers--Utah--Interviews; Musicians--Utah--Interviews; Folk music--Utah
Keywords Patrick Zwick; Folk revival; Urban Pioneers; Oral history; Interviews
Table of Contents 1. Talking about childhood/early background; 2. Childhood memory of meeting Bruce (U. Utah) Phillips for the first time; 3. Beginning to play music as a child; 4. Tuning into folk music/meeting the Sorrels/starting to play bass-symphonic and folk; 5. Branching out to play other instruments; 6. Musical inspirations; 7. Performing folk music; 8. Talking about playing in symphony-bass, mandolin, various early music instruments in the lute and gamba families; 9. Talking about the impact of the ‘60s, the social ideals of the time, artistic movements; 10. Talking about protest music and the Vietnam War era; 11. Sharing feelings about current dismal global situation, appreciation for independent media and internet; 12. Talking about service in the Navy; 13. Talking about creative work, arranging music/playing instruments in the mandolin family; 14. Talking about attending the Urban Pioneers Concert; 15. Talking about the "red diaper baby" phenomenon/exposure to labor and communist movements; 16. Talking about the Dalby family; 17. Talking about Claus Bach; 18. Talking about the Don Scaletta Trio; 19. Talking about the Goggins family; 20. Talking about the social aspect of playing folk music; 21. Talking about influence of Robert (Archie) Archuleta/Josh White; 22. Talking about Bruce (U. Utah) Phillips, his run for senate, work in labor camp near Ogden, tough times; 23. Talking about Gordon Bailey and Charlie Brown; 24. Reminiscing about Bill Roberts; 25. Patrick shares a childhood story about learning to fly, from the Roberts's garage; 26. Polly Stewart talks about her Aunt Eleanor and Virginia Dibley, among first two women to receive law degrees from the University of Utah
Type Sound
Genre Sound recordings
Format application/pdf
Extent 69 minutes, 50 seconds
Language eng
Rights This material may be protected by copyright. Permission may be required for use in any form. For further information please contact Alison Regan, Head of Scholarship and Education Services at the J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah: alison.regan@utah.edu.
Is Part of The 30 interview recordings that Polly Stewart and Jennifer Bott conducted for the Utah Folk Music Revival Oral History Project
ARK ark:/87278/s6vq3mj8
Setname uu_utfolklore
Date Created 2013-07-01
Date Modified 2014-02-20
ID 716407
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vq3mj8
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