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 http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
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 2021-05-06
ID 716407
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vq3mj8
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