- Creation Date
- February, 1991
Fiddle music of Wright has problems with sync every now and then. He describes the difference between a fiddle player and violinist—“Violinist plays from the education of the mind and the hand and the fiddler plays from the heart.” Ray plays The Orveta Waltz, Blackfoot’s Wedding, and Redwing on fiddle and with good audio, except for aforementioned TC misses.
Cutaways of old cars, overturned buses, and landscapes for last several minutes of tape work well as broken windows and missing engines are obvious.
- Physical Description
videotape; 22 minutes, 59 seconds
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