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Author: Molly Newman; Barbara Damashek
Publisher: S.L. : [publisher not identified], 2001?
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Damashek and Newman have woven the various narratives into a patterned story of life on the prairie during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The dialogue provided is often drawn verbatim from the interviews conducted by Cooper and Bradley. The women of the musical play various roles with the main action centering around a mother's attempt at the end of her life to put together a quilt with the help of her  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Molly Newman; Barbara Damashek
OCLC Number: 52956016
Notes: Soongs and words from the play.
Credits: Robert Lawson, Director ; Christine M. Winkler, musical director ; Janis Martin, costume design ; Kit Mayer, scene design ; Phil Dybing, recording.
Performer(s): Pat Sibley, Stela Burdt, Lori Ecker, Adrienne Krocheski, Katie Stodd, Jill Underwood, Kristen Underwood, cast ; John Black, musician.
Event notes: Recorded August 2001.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: Compact disc.
Contents: Midnight on the water --
Pieces of lives --
Rocky road --
Little babes that sleep all night --
Thread the needle --
Cornelia --
The windmill song --
Are you washed in the blood? --
The butterfly --
School house --
Green, green, green --
The needle's eye --
Over the waterfall --
Guitar prelude to Lone star waltz --
The lone star waltz & Quiltin' and dreamin' --
Every log in my house --
Never grow old --
Who will count the stitches --
Land where we'll never grow old --
The lord don't rain down manna --
Dandelion --
Everything has a time/Hands around.
Responsibility: by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek.

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Damashek and Newman have woven the various narratives into a patterned story of life on the prairie during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The dialogue provided is often drawn verbatim from the interviews conducted by Cooper and Bradley. The women of the musical play various roles with the main action centering around a mother's attempt at the end of her life to put together a quilt with the help of her daughters that will represent their lives and that of their ancestors.

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