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|Material Type:||Primary school, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Aber; Betty Aberlin; John Costa; Yo-Yo Ma; Michael Horton; Joe Negri; David A Newell; Sam Newbury; Fred Rogers; Paul Lally; Margaret Whitmer; Family Communications, inc.; Sears, Roebuck Foundation.; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.); Englehardt-Link.
|Notes:||Produced with a grant from Public television stations and the Sears-Roebuck Foundation. Special thanks to Englehardt-Link.|
|Credits:||Created by Fred Rogers ; executive producer, Fred Rogers ; producer, Sam Newbury ; associate producer, Margaret Whitmer ; director, Paul Lally ; music director, John Costa ; consultants, Margaret B. McFarland and Albert V. Corrado.|
|Cast:||Neighbors: David Newell (Mr. McFeely), Betty Aberlin (Lady Aberlin), Chuck Aber (Mr. Aber), Yo-Yo Ma, Joe Negri, Michael Horton (voice of Old Goat) -- Puppets: King Friday XIII, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, Old Goat.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Songs: Won't you be my neighbor? --
It's such a good feeling --
Tree, tree, tree --
Films: How people make bass violins.
|Other Titles:||Mister Rogers talks about music :
It's such a good feeling
Tree, tree, tree
Won't you be my neighbor?
How people make bass violins
|Responsibility:||a production of Family Communications, Inc., in association with WQED, Pittsburgh.|
In the NOM, Lady Aberlin is having a difficult time learning to play the bass violin; King Friday tells her to practice. Old Goat expresses his sympathy. Lady Elaine plays her accordian which she has disguised as a bass violin. Lady Aberlin decides to dance with her bass. Mr. Rogers goes to Negri's Music Shop to meet Yo-Yo Ma who talks about learning to play the cello and how he would play pieces that expressed his moods. He plays two minuets by Bach. Joe Negri talks about learning to play the guitar. Joe and Yo-Yo play "Tree, tree, tree" as a duet. Mr. Rogers thinks quietly about what he has just heard.