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by Barry Root,Sarah Sullivan


Passing the music down.

Passing the music down. Root's sun-dappled he illustrations lovingly depict rural West Virginia's farms and fairs along with the respectful interplay between a twosome knit together by a deep-seated commitment to musical folkways. Sullivan reverently celebrates a musical apprenticeship that spans generations in this poetic narrative based on a real-life relationship and punctuated by the titular phrase. A boy with a penchant for old timey music travels with his violin and his parents from Indiana to West Virginia to hear and see a legendary fiddler.

Passing the Music Down book. The author's note and resource list are comprehensive and helpful.

Passing the Music Down, written by Sarah Sullivan and illustrated by Barry Root, and When Bob Met Woody, written by Gary Golio and illustrated by Marc Burckhardt, break through the anonymity and illuminate the process, even as they remain at least partly beholden to fabled styling. At first, Passing the Music Down seems to be a sweet, corny tale about going native. Come summer, Sullivan writes with a down-home twang, folks get to talking about tuning up and heading to the mountains east of Tennessee to listen to the fiddle players and banjo pickers

Music Connections: Literacy) Picture books with music and rhythm Wonderful resources for the classroom, and . In Passing the Music Down, a young boy learns to play the fiddle from on old man in Appalachia

Music Connections: Literacy) Picture books with music and rhythm Wonderful resources for the classroom, and lots of opportunities for interaction and re-enactment. Picture books with music and rhythm from My Little Bookcase. Rhythm and rhyme help children with important phonological skills and are fun too. Rhythm, voice exploration and storytelling. Music and Rhythm books ideas. In Passing the Music Down, a young boy learns to play the fiddle from on old man in Appalachia. Mentorship leads to friendship in this lovely tale inspired by the lives of two real fiddlers.

Passing The Music Down by Sarah Sullivan, illustrated by Barry Root. Passing the Music Down, by Sarah Sullivan. A young boy travels to the hills of Appalachia to meet the old-time fiddle player whose music he has admired, and so sparks a friendship that will forge a bond between generations.

Sarah Sullivan is the author of the picture books Dear Baby: Letters from Your Big Brother, illustrated by Paul Meisel, and Passing the Music Down, illustrated by Barry Root, as well as the novel All That’s Missing. Sarah Sullivan has an MFA in writing for children from Vermont College and lives in Williamsburg, Virginia. Most Popular Sarah Sullivan Books. new sibling · new babies. by Sullivan, Sarah; Root, Barry. The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. ISBN13: 9780763637538. A warmhearted ode to an American musical tradition and to generational ties, told in lyrical free verse with atmospheric illustrations A young boy travels to the hills of Appalachia to meet the old-time fiddle player whose music he has admired, and so sparks a friendship that will forge a bond between generations.

For Phyllis Root and Kelly Povo, the answer is wildflowers - usually skunk cabbage, to be exact. Sarah Sullivan - Children's Book Writer.

Jake Krack, who inspired PASSING THE MUSIC DOWN) is prominently featured in the film. For Phyllis Root and Kelly Povo, the answer is wildflowers - usually skunk cabbage, to be exact.

Wine and his music was the subject of a 2002 book titled Fiddling Way Out Yonder.

Wine and his music was the subject of a 2002 book titled Fiddling Way Out Yonder Personal life.

A warmhearted ode to an American musical tradition and to generational ties, told in lyrical free verse with atmospheric illustrations(Ages 5-8)A young boy travels to the hills of Appalachia to meet the old-time fiddle player whose music he has admired, and so sparks a friendship that will forge a bond between generations. The boy develops under the man’s care and instruction, just as seedlings grow with spring rain and summer sun. From playing on the front porch to performing at folk festivals, the two carry on the tradition of passing the music down. This touching, lyrical story, inspired by the lives of renowned fiddlers Melvin Wine and Jake Krack, includes an author’s note and suggested resources for learning about the musicians and the music they love.
Connorise
PASSING THE MUSIC DOWN really struck a chord - no pun intended - with my husband and me. There were tears streaming down our faces when we read this timeless tale, as we experience this phenomena firsthand of older musicians teaching the younger ones to play and appreciate the music and instruments of times past at the local jam sessions, fiddlers' conventions and bluegrass concerts. Indeed, this book helps one realize that "passing the music down" is preserving the past for future generations. Already, we have shared the story during read aloud with a second grade class and ordered numerous copies for our friends and grandchildren. This book is magical and touches the heart of all who read it.
Zulurr
This is the perfect Read Aloud picture book! It is a wonderful story, beautifully illustrated--a touching tale about a young fiddle student and his mentor. The student and his mentor's relationship spans many aspects of life and culminates with the student becoming a skilled musician in his own right and a mentor for younger students. The theme is universal and will engender discussion about values, crafts and all things that are treasured by one generation which should be passed to younger generations. Jake Krack, the real-life boy-subject of this wonderful book, learned his fiddle-playing craft as a teenager from fiddle-playing master, Melvin Wine. Now, Jake passes the music down to a new generation.

Read this book aloud and talk about heritage and the importance of learning, growing and keeping skills alive from one generation to the next.

Pass it down!
Rageseeker
this book made my husband weep.
Whiteseeker
Great book, well written and good illustrations.
Brol
The book is as described. Pictures match the mood/theme of the book. I am looking forward to giving it to my music loving grandson and bluegrass loving son for Christmas.
Anasius
I'm a musician from Appalachia. Nuff said. We really do pass our music down this way. Thanks Sarah. I bought this for my grandson.
Fenrinos
I thought it was a very nice book I bought it for my grandchildren because it was about their great great grandfather whom they never got the opportunity to meet they enjoy the book very much. Thank you so much Sarah for writing such a nice book.
The history of our music is important, and this is a book that does an excellent job of doing just what the title says. Love it!
Passing the Music Down ebook
Author:
Barry Root,Sarah Sullivan
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
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EPUB size:
1213 kb
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1853 kb
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Publisher:
Candlewick (May 10, 2011)
Pages:
32 pages
Rating:
4.5
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