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Thank you, person who taught me troubleshooting, whoever you are…

I’d like to thank whoever taught me troubleshooting so long ago. I think I’ve used that skill set five times in the past two months! And this time I just really want to tell the whole world about.   OK, so my fob to my car was starting to work less and less, 2nd and […]

& also in DIGITAL MUSIC NEWS:

& also in DIGITAL MUSIC NEWS: OK, now what’s Groove Sale? In my tiny but growing revenue stream, the two groups treating me best these days are Tidal and Groove. Thank you, thank you thank you! Looks like my most popular song in the U.S. is still Frybread but the biggest interest all over the […]

How & where U can buy my Frybread song. :)

You can buy the song at iTunes and Amazon too but I’ve always made it available lots of places free (pro bono) as well. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C36NL1E http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/chiapaneca-single/id446265622     Call me crazy, sure. But it’s always been more important to me that I share this story with people all over the world than make a buck […]

Wanting to use some of Mary Amato’s book in my book someday. ;)

Here’s a snippet from my Thesis where I mention Mary Amato’s book “Guitar Notes.” Good stuff!   Maybe with Mary Amato’s permission, excerpts from her Young Adult book Guitar Notes could weave through chapters five through 10 or so giving students a flavor of the very lore of musicianship and musicality from perspectives of a […]

Track List for Marc Frucht’s Free 2012 Christmas CD

Christmas Rekkid, a Free CD by Marco Frucht Track List: 1) Intro Eastern Point Beach 2) Anarcho Jazzm Arch (A March) 3) Old Folksinger 4) Ziggy’s Little Drummer Boy 5) Completely Different 6) Burma Shave 7) Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms 8) Bunion 9) How Come (You Do Me Like You Do) 10) It’s […]

Ethnomusicology Museum – 30 Task Cards – Each One Essentially a Lesson Plan…

  Classroom Museum Marc Frucht   Task Card 1       Enrichment: Make an ocarina out of clay. Several webpages and youtubes give instructions how. http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-A-Clay-Ocarina http://www.fl-oca.com/eng/egm.htm You’ll just need non-toxic clay, paper to put down for neatness and something pointy to make holes with. As you’re embellishing it you could refer to the […]

Happy Thanksgiving/ThanksTaking, Everyone.

Happy Thanksgiving/ThanksTaking everyone. Here’s another musical memory to share. Sometime around 2006 I co wrote the following song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yM8p61y7ARU It was the weekend before Thanksgiving I remember that. I was on a bus returning from Phenix City Alabama to Green Bay Wisconsin and a friend of mine, John Heckenlively counted 22 Wafflehouses that we drove […]

Asking To Learn Then Learning So Much More!

Asking To Learn Then Learning So Much More!   An old blog note I found in google cache. I don’t want this one to ever disappear and it looks like a database went away where this entry used to sit. Bummer. Monday, 12 August 2013 The most serendipitous kismet I’ve had this side of the Millenium […]

2014 THE YEAR THAT WAS: Journaling What FB’s Anniversary-Algorithm Left Out:

Happy Valentine’s Day, err’budd… I mean Groundhog day, ummm, I mean Polar Plunge day, or Solar Flare? Bipolar Hair day. Fred Astaire; Stroller Chair, everywhere. Yes, I mean that from the depths of my heart, top and bottom. So here’s a recap of my year. Much more in depth than the algorithm Facebook decided to […]

New London’s 5th Annual Youth Talent Show Is Going To Be Sooooo Awesome!

This just in from The New London Youth Talent Show ***BREAKING NEWS*** The results are in. Thank you all! It was tough, but the search is over. We are excited for this year and promise an EPIC showcase! Be sure to tell your friends and family! Bring joy this Holiday season. Tickets go on sale […]