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Scott Joplin was the first classically trained black composer to become a household name in America. The Joplin Album for String Trio "(Violin, Viola, and Cello with optional Violin 2 for Viola). I always like to introduce students to a chord progression called "The Twelve-Bar Blues" before we do Wabash Cannonball, and then this song is a snap. Download Free Piano Music for Beginners Wabash Cannonball Primo In the Primo, the two hands share Middle C, and it doesn't really matter which finger plays the C. Download Free Kids Sheet Music Wabash Cannonball Secondo In Wabash Cannonball, the Secondo chords sound full and vigorous, but they are easy to play once a beginner can make triads in the RH (right hand) and can do the LH open chord with the moving thumb ("boogie chords" at my studio).
Do you have a funny story about this music, or does it remind you of something you'd like to share with other readers? Afterward at 2pm, Robin Bernat will be sharing some selections from her own collection of artist books that includes several Nexus Press publications, among others. Carol John: Pot Liquor collects four decades of Carol John's brilliantly colored paintings, showing how her work has evolved, shifted and sometimes circled back on itself over time.
Bernat's Saudade is an artist book exploring love and melancholy in a 32-page volume of images and poetry.
Poem 88 will host a pin-up show of its women artists to benefit the Feminist Women's Health Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Years Yet Yesterday is an artist’s book by New York City-based artist Mark Addison Smith. The book has recently been accessioned into the collections of the MoMA Franklin Furnace Artists Book Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago, Whitney Museum Frances Mulhall Achilles Library, Center For Book Arts in New York City, Yale Arts Library Special Collections, ONE National Gay + Lesbian Archives at University of Southern California (USC), Joan Flasch Artists Book Collection in Chicago, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Fleet Library Artists’ Book Collection, and the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) Artists' Book Collection, among others. Join us for an evening of poetry and music featuring Harmonie Universelle (Catherine Bull and Daniel Pyle) in a concert of music by Henry Purcell and his contemporaries in England — songs, and chamber music with strings and flutes.
The Inner Beauty Pilgrimage to the Sacred-Ordinary Everywhere is part tent revival, part spa, part art installation, part meditation retreat, part lemonade stand, and part call of the open road. Ben Cosgrove is a touring composer, pianist, and multi-instrumentalist based in New England. In recent years, Ben’s interests in landscape, place, and ecology have become the strongest forces guiding his composition and performances.
In February 2014, Ben released a highly anticipated album of new material, much of which reflects this concern.
In addition to his solo work, Ben works with a wide range of other artists: he tours and records regularly with the Minnesota-based stompgrass band Saint Anyway and constitutes one half of the folk duo 90-Mile Portage. Pictures Take You Places by Phillip March Jones contains 52 full color postcards with caption on the reverse side from POEM 88 EDITIONS. Pictures Take You Places is a daily photographic discipline, a sensitive index of the artist's encounters with beauty, serendipity and the ironic. Formal aspects like composition, color arrangements and qualities of light serve a common purpose of capturing the poetic and the provisional.
Amusing cultural markers, signs, and texts that lavish in the ironic are, instead, upended by the persistent inclusion of beauty and even the sublime. Phillip March Jones is an artist, writer, and curator who splits his time between Lexington, Kentucky and New York City. FourTwoNine highlights an ambitious and successful lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally (LGBTA) community and inspires the trailblazing instincts of its readers.
Hosted by: Joseph Alfieres, Robin Bernat, Kevin Ireland, Richard Klein, Eric Mask, Mimi McCain, and Paul Tuminaro. Join artist Hope Hilton as we explore the mystery and beauty of plants by learning how to discover their auras. Join artist Hope Hilton as we will pay attention, very special attention, to one work of art from the current exhibition.
In conjunction with the exhibition Carol John: "oh", the Anderson Hill Trio will perform at Poem 88. Immediately following the concert, Theatre du Reve will offer tastes of several French wines and champagnes in support of their upcoming programming.
The New York-based Anderson Hill Trio is part of a new wave of young artists breaking the mold of classical music today. Please join us on this weekend for Sundays at PARMER from noon to 4:00pm for a live tweet reading of Glenn Ligon’s text “Kelley Walker's Negro Problem” in Parkett, Vol. NIkita Gale will host the {Poem 88} reading group in Atlanta at the gallery and the Brooklyn group will take place at PARMER in Bedford Stuyvesant.
This anthology features collaboratively created poems by 84 contributors of all experiences and geographies – from state poets laureates to casual journalers; from Pennsylvania to Georgia to South Korea, India and South Africa. Join us for our annual celebration of love in all its forms through performances of music and poetry. Ten years ago, Senior Editor of Art in America, Raphael Rubenstein published the essay “A Quiet Crisis.” In the article, Rubenstein laments the loss of value judgments by means of historical significance. American Women Artists in Dialogue, Deanna SirlinSaturday, November 23 at noon Sirlin's book is a critical yet intimate look at the lives and work of nine noted American women artists who have been personally important to artist and author. Deanna Sirlin will be joined in conversation with Atlanta artist Sarah Emerson; copies of the book will be available for purchase. In conjunction with THE LAST ONE, Poem 88 will screen four science fiction films on successive Fridays in November.
Starring Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey, Moon portrays the dramatic unraveling of astronaut Sam Bell as he nears the completion of a three-year solo mission on the dark side of the moon.
Starring Ethan Hawke and Jude Law, Gattaca is the tale of a dystopian future where eugenics determine each individual's fate. Tarkovsky's 1972 masterpiece presents the story of Russian cosmonauts and their interaction with the planet Solaris.
Constructed almost entirely of film stills, La Jetee tells the story of a post-nuclear war experiment in time travel. Special for Atlanta Gallery Week, artist Judy Henson will create a site-specific installation, Old Forest_Remnant Light, in the front window of {Poem 88}.
Treadwell's adventures among his beloved grizzlies were also a kind of performance, built on lies and truth and played out on the stage of celebrity. Saturday, June 29th, 4-6 pmSweetwaterCynthia and Vince's signature is a warm blend of tight harmonies with a backup of guitar and dulcimer acoustic, covering multiple genres including folk, blues, country and pop. Marc Meillts' "5 Quiet Machines" (2006), written for Cello, Piano, and Marimba, was arranged for the group Real Quiet from "5 Machines" (2000). Caleb Herron is chiefly a percussionist, but he is also a composer, improvisor and organizer.
Chamber Cartel is a misfit bunch of musicians bringing the experimental and avant-garde music tradition to life in Atlanta.
Tim Whitehead is a graduate of The Eastman School of Music and has been both a long and short term resident artist at The Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada.
Mary WilliamsMary Williams and her band will be performing her first-ever collection of songs.
Film Screening: George King's Ten Thousand Points of LightIn celebration of the photographic portrait, {Poem 88} presents Atlanta documentarian George King's Ten Thousand Points of Light (1991) to welcome in the holiday season.
Please join us for a special performance of jazz music from the era of 1961 to accompany the current exhibit, Nikita Gale: 1961. Films for the 99%{Poem88} will be screening Films for the 99% as a means to engage Atlantans in a dialogue about politics and protest in America. Jon Ciliberto, Presentation on Journey to Pangmo book project, with chai, Indian sweets, and music performed on Indian instruments.
Films for the 99%Wednesday, 2 May, 8 pmFur, An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006) Fur (2006) by director Steven Shainberg; "Fur" provides a fictionalized account of the life of Diane Arbus, starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey, Jr.
Film Screening: Before Night Falls (2000) by Julian Schnabel Before Night Falls, directed by Julian Schnabel and starring Javier Bardem, tells the story of Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas and his persecution and imprisonment by the Cuban government for his openly gay lifestyle. The screening will begin promptly at 7:30pm to allow time for brief discussion following the film. 982 Memorial Drive Southeast Atlanta, GA 30316 (Google Map)Sarah Henson learned to play guitar and banjo at the foot of the Black mountains in North Carolina.
Mehmet, who is an architect by training, an artist and exhibition designer will facilitate the discussion. Enjoy food, drinks, music and art as we shine the national and international spotlight on the Atlanta art scene! A revolutionary artist, cut-up writer and Marxist strategist, Guy Debord co-founded two radical movements that continued the Dadaist and Surrealist tradition: the Lettrist International (1952-1957) and the more famous Situationist International (1957-1972).


Born as an anti-art movement, the Situationist International increasingly became a political avant-garde group over the course of the 60's until its hour of glory: the student uprising of May 68 in Paris. Beginning October 5 at 7 pm, {Poem88} will host an Art Criticism Reading Group facilitated by Paul Boshears, editor of the journal Continent. The synonyms for ‘threshold’ say as much as we need to know: brink, dawn, door, doorstep, doorway, edge, entrance, gate, inception, origin, point of departure, sill, start, starting point, verge, portal and probably many more that we could present. These presentations are all about portals, possible openings (note the plural) into different forms, times and spaces. Whether dream world or drudge world, prison world or paradise world, our technologies are ever on the way to seemingly making both come true simultaneously. These presentations over the next six months will, with any luck, at least open thoughts to possibilities. Can there be any three letters that inspire such shaking of the head or a quickening of the pulse as ‘UFO’?
Rick Phillips, Market Researcher and Analyst in real life, deep into the alternative and esoteric in mental life. Articles by Phillips often find their way onto The Anomalist, The Debris Field and other fine anomalous websites. After purchase, you can download your MP3 from your Sheet Music Plus Digital Library - no software installation is necessary! After purchase, you can download your Smart Music from your Sheet Music Plus Digital Library - no software installation is necessary! Make a wish list for gifts, suggest standard repertoire, let students know which books to buy, boast about pieces you've mastered: Music Lists are as unique as the musician! He composer many of the most popular ragtime classics, such as The Entertainer, and the Maple Leaf Rag. I takes a little bit of practice to get the coordination down, and to jump to the new chord positions fast enough.But it's fun! I wasn't sure if any of my students would be interested in it, but to my amazement 3 of my students LOVE it. I cannot thank you enough for the free collection of piano sheet music that you created here. An essay by Dennis Harper, curator of collections and exhibitions at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University and an artist himself, situates John's work among her peers and influences, examining it through art historical eyes. She has played in the cello-section of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and also with them as a soloist playing viola da gamba; and she has played with period-music ensembles throughout the Southeast, including Harmonie Universelle, New Trinity Baroque, and the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. The Health Center is Atlanta's leading non-profit women's health resource, earning an outstanding reputation for providing quality care and community education, while working to improve women's health.
The book is a gay abecedary (in alphabetical order) using words spoken by playwright and activist Larry Kramer in his 2004 AIDS crisis, call-to-action speech, The Tragedy of Today’s Gays. The three words of each panel can be read in any order to invite viewers to reflect upon and question a decade-long sliver of the 30+ ongoing years of the AIDS crisis. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Studio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and teaches in the Art Department at The City College of New York (CUNY) in Harlem. He performs regularly across the US and Canada, writes scores for films, plays, radio, and television, and has produced several well-received albums of original instrumental music. In 2014 he produced and engineered a new record, Ellery, for the Maine-based singer-songwriter Max Garcia Conover, and he has also worked with musicians including David Berkeley, Charlie Christos, Forrest O’Connor, and Dedric Clark, playing keyboards, upright and electric bass, mandolin, trombone, trumpet, accordion, ukulele, violin, and other instruments both in concert and on record. While many of the images are quickly composed, remote and sometimes overly clever, the overall effect of the collection of images is more phenomenological.
Desolation weighs on every image lending the collection a supremely post-apocalyptic intensity. Jones' photos reveal his present surroundings and are made immediately and instantaneously available for viewing and reviewing through electronic media. He is founder of Institute 193, a non-profit contemporary art space and publisher in Lexington, Kentucky and director of Christian Berst Art Brut, a gallery located on New York's Lower East Side. Featuring innovators in technology, entertainment, design, media and politics, FourTwoNine showcases the ways in which our leaders are changing our world with sophistication, power, and a bold redefinition of what it means to be LGBT.
Based on her work with plants as the medicine of slaves and investigation into local, native plants as well as her interest in silence as a sounding board for discovery, Hilton will conduct a small group in the ways plants transmit their energy through a series of drawing exercises. While rooted in the tradition of Western classical music, the AHT is committed to the development of instrumental music and the commissioning of new works for violin, cello, and piano.
To learn more about {Poem 88}— an Atlanta-based gallery under the curatorial direction of writer and filmmaker Robin Bernat whose programming includes musical performances, literary readings, and film screenings—please visit their website.
In 2012, inspired by the early 20th century French surrealist parlor game, Exquisite Corpse, M Ayodele Heath began hosting collaborative poetry-making sessions, or digital salons, on his Facebook page. Rubenstein offers a counter argument to Arthur Danto and pluralism while imploring artists, critics, and institutions to return comparative analysis to their practice. An ultimate tale of wish-fulfillment, Solaris appears to a have a subconscious link to the cosmic voyagers and conjures into being their lost loved ones. A former exhibition designer at Fernbank Science Center, Henson's creation embraces ideas of the diorama and the Wunderkammer, its antecedent. In the film, Herzog presents the life and dramatic death of amateur naturalist Timothy Treadwell, who, while studying grizzlies in the Alaskan wilderness, was mauled and eaten by a bear. Even though his choices were dangerous and finally fatal, he traveled a familiar American path shaped by boundless optimism and an almost religious belief in the self. They have been playing in the North Georgia area for the past five years including Gibbs Gardens, Three Sisters Winery, The Jasper Art Festival, Sharp Top Mountain Art Gallery, Mountain Conservation Trust, Big Canoe Veranda, Amicalola Falls Lodge and Dawson County Artists Assoc.
In conjunction with BLOW-UP, we will be screening Michelangelo Antonioni's famous film trilogy, "L'Aventtura" (1960), "La Notte" (1961), and L'Eclisse (1962). The evening will include 5 Quiet Machines by Marc Mellits, Lipogram from Straitjacket by Mark Applebaum, Elliot Cole's Postludes, and Science is Only a Sometimes Friend by Aaron Siegel. The Four ensemble players come and strike a massive chord on the vibraphone and the soloist mutes sounding notes to make a new chord. The constant chiming of the glockenspiels creates a halo of harmonic activity around the performers that shifts depending upon the location of the listener. He focuses on new music and has a developed interest in Morton Feldman, Iannix Xenakis and John Luther Adams.
This new duo has already premiered and recorded The Art of Noise by Janice-Misurell-Mitchell and has embarked on their first concert tour in Winter of 2013. He has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, and has been heard on National Public Radio, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s ZedTV, and Radio Suisse Romande. Percussionist Kinah Boto and pianist Zac Denton perform music by John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Nina Simone, and original compositions.
These films share a common social consciousness, highlighting social and economic injustice with the aim of lifting our minds to a place of greater equality for everyone. The Atlanta Poets Group (APG) is a writing and performing collective that has been operating and publishing since 1997 and has included roughly 20 participants. I have chosen this film in conjunction with the current exhibition, Living Color: new works by Julia Kjelgaard and Mehmet Dogu because of Schnabel's magnificent use of color. Dark, modal banjo tunes and the blues of the rural south inspired her early work, which evolved as she discovered Takoma players and contemporary classical composers. Rivadeneira, Jon Ciliberto performed music intended to react to Phillip Buntin's paintings at Poem 88.
Join Atlanta Art Now as we celebrate the publication of our inaugural edition - Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape. Currently he is teaching Literature and Art History at Universite Paris 13, and working on the Guy Debord Archives at the Bibliotheque Nationale de France where he will curate a Guy Debord exhibition in 2013.
Within these politico-artistic collectives, he developed an uncompromising critique of modern art, urban planning, capitalist and communist ideologies, mass media and mass consumption society. Guy Debord ended the SI in 1972, but the group inspired a large part of the 70's counter-culture in Western Europe. For this first meeting, Paul has selected the readings, but after our initial meeting, participants may suggest readings for each successive month. And, although it may seem a bit of hubris on our part, into the new, that which may be on the other side of the door sill. UFO blogger since 2007 with many followers, inspired by 1991 close up UFO sighting, brings full range of analytical skills in looking at the TOTAL UFO phenomena - with opinions you simply do not hear in the LameStream Media. Additionally, Phillips talks about a `Phillips Phenomenology' system that is similar to the works of Sartre and Husserl - that `came' into his mind in the early 1970's while in altered consciousness states. I am a piano teacher in New Orleans, LA and in the process of putting together my own curriculum and recordings. I now have a three year old granddaughter and am hoping fervently that she'll want to learn - at which point I'll teach her.


Studio photographs by Rinne Allen show John's paintings in relation to one another, and design by Michael Lachowski (of Pylon) brings out their fun and social nature.
We possess a personality disorder that involves a preoccupation with ourselves and how we are perceived by others. Her teaching-career includes tenures at Emory University, Agnes Scott College, and Clayton State University. You can read more about the work in Out Magazine and in an interview with Nelson Santos of Visual AIDS. These rules are intended to expand through contraction, and to fill the large space like a darkened forest with a nightnoise of small electronic creatures. His live performances on solo piano are at once dazzling and intimate, the music both delicate and commanding. Writing music just turns out to be a great way for me to process the world.” For years, Ben has been inspired by the ways people respond to built and natural environments, and through songs with names like “Prairie Fire,” “I am Walking Inland,” “Nashua,” and others, he seeks to recreate these phenomena with sound. He regularly composes string and horn arrangements for others’ projects and has recorded original music for clients including Grand Teton National Park, WHRB, Bristlecone Media, and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. That is to say, taken as a whole, Jones seems to be saying something much more personal about his experience of each place and thing, and the resulting images reveal his intentionality. The book is a distillation of a year's worth of image-making shared across continents and free of editorial commentary. His works and writings have been published by Vanderbilt Press, Dust-to-Digital, and the Jargon Society, among others. Members of the AHT have worked with and collaborated with such award-winning composers as Nicholas Virzi and Paul Dooley. This is the second of three Sunday reading groups that will draw from Nikita Gale’s selection of texts chosen to contextualize her practice and exhibition #parmograph at PARMER on view April 19 – June 8, 2014.
After nearly a decade, this discussion, lead by artists Brendan Carroll, Shara Hughes, and Craig Drennen will thrash out what impact the article has made and how artist today assess their work.
The film includes Treadwell's own footage as well as interviews with Treadwell's family, friends, park rangers, locals, and especially the coroner all whom expound on Treadwell's activities, speculate on his state of mind and offer their own views about Treadwell's project.The film presents a fascinating entree to a discussion of our perceptions of wilderness, wild animals, and our ability to thrive in such an environment. In each film, Antonioni brilliantly breaks with cinematic conventions: narratives change mid-course, long takes portray an ever-present ennui, casual seduction replaces the grand love story, main characters walk out of the picture plane never to return again. The interplay of bows and hands tapping, muting and touching harmonics, weaves an intimate and intricate counterpoint that is as beautiful to watch as it is to hear: fragile, tender and haunting.
This mysterious whistle is anticipated, yet oddly vague, sometimes more present and other times hidden. With general disregard for genre, Lucio creatively combines the interesting and appropriate - freely mingling angular riffs, subtle sounds and sheer noise with fucking awesome in-free-fall after jumping out of a balloon capsule at the edge of space guitar work.
Where are we going?" will take a look at contemporary classical masterworks of the 20th century as well as perform the music of some of today's best emerging composers. Lasting 4 hours (7-11 pm), the Cartel will perform pieces by today's leading composers of new and experimental music. An Atlanta Poets Group Anthology: The Lattice Inside showcases the group’s varied poetic output and practices.
Schnabel and his cinematographers, Xavier Perez Grobet and Guillermo Rosas, experimented with high-speed films in bright daylight to unbelievable effect. Her lush, hypnotic guitar and banjo compositions recall rhododendron thickets and countless hours playing by her crackling woodstove, and her voice reflects the soul of the field recordings she has absorbed over the years. We pass them at sixty miles an hour, sometimes glancing back, but are never afforded the time to actually see them. You can watch a short movie here, and hear the world's first ever (I am fairly certain about this) bagpipes and ’ukulele duet.
Also, he is leading the seminar "1955-1975 : sources et methods" at the Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, with Sophie Cras. Today, it is still a recurring reference for numerous authors, artists and political activists. Granted, the term ‘new’ has been leveraged into banality by thousands of consumer ads; it may be time to degrease it and knock the rust off. He memorized it that week and I'm printing off the other Halloween songs to keep him going. We pursue gratification from vanity and from the admiration of our own physical and intellectual attributes.H. She is respected internationally as a performer, teacher, and composer for the viola da gamba, being among the first to create and publish new music for an instrument that passed out of common use over two hundred years ago. From 2012 to 2014 Ben served as the Signet Artist-in-Residence Fellow at Harvard University, and he has also held residencies and fellowships at Acadia National Park, Isle Royale National Park, Middlebury College, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. A year spent researching the preservation of natural soundscapes in America’s national parks has also shaped much of his new material. In addition to performances in concert halls, the AHT also appears in non-traditional venues such as galleries, bars, and homeless shelters.
The reading groups will be co-hosted by PARMER in Brooklyn and spaces throughout Atlanta, Georgia, where Gale is currently based. Heath chose the very best 50 poems, out of hundreds, to carefully catalogue, assemble and preserve.Published by Svaha Paradox Salon of Pittsburgh, PA. Additionally, Carroll offered these insights into the artist's process in a recent article for Burnaway titled "Patience and Painting" (December 5, 2013). Rather than the common "zoo for poets" layout, the book is organized around ‘nodes’— the concepts at the intersections of the APG’s activities— including improvisation, the polyphon, performance, poem-object, lattice, sound and process. The saturated color creates a richness to the imagery, transporting the viewer to Cuba of the 1960s.
She has combined these elements into a mature and original sound that pushes the boundaries of folk and experimental music.
The one thing that modernism has done is bequeath a patina of ‘been there, done that,’ a patronizing sense of familiarity with the world. We do not use or store email addresses from this form for any other purpose than sending your share email.
Late Intermediate level piece for the Piano Solo event with the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Festivals Bulletin 2008-2009-2010. As students of the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music, members of the AHT have been coached by musicians in the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and faculty members of the Juilliard School and Manhattan School of Music. The live tweet exchange between the concurrently held reading groups—in Atlanta and Brooklyn—offers a platform to record the dialog between the these communities and the discourse building around the work and text.
Music from Sarah's 2010 performance at Poem 88.A video from Sarah's 2010 performance at Poem 88.
Early in its development, Polaroid film was widely used by police officers and other law enforcement, because it produced an unalterable instant photo,irrefutable evidence of a particular event. Inky Freakouts, Bright Star by Robin Bernat, Pictures Take You Places by Phillip Match Jones, Saudade by Robin Bernat, and Istanbul Drawings by Jon Ciliberto will all be available for purchase. Robert's book, #Selfies, explores "the selfie syndrome" via 33 colored ink selfies, each captioned with a 5-7-5 humorous senry? Even the very idea of ‘thresholds’ has been set on a wobbling axis by those who believe there is not, and cannot be anything radically new under the sun, and those who wish to bring back a sense of enchantment, of stepping through a portal, into a different world.
9x12 inches.The Music of Hopes, Dreams and Happy EndingsEasy piano arrangements of 12 songs sung by the heroines of favorite Disney films. Phillips asserts that not only is there more than meets the eye but that the phenomena has been morphing into many other forms, aspects, many more sightings being reported every year, and more theories to account for what they are.
This should be a hair-raising ride through the mind field of contemporary mythos, where nothing is certain but that huge morphing bright light outside your window at three in the morning. Feel free to recommend similar pieces if you liked this piece, or alternatives if you didn't. Ten Thousand Points of Light is a wry, understated and terrifically funny look at the Townsends, a suburban Atlanta family who, every holiday season for eight years, transformed their Stone Mountain area brick ranch house into a meteoric blaze of Christmas lights. Known as both “the Christmas House” and the “the Elvis House”, the Townsend’s home was visited yearly by vast numbers of people, many of whom viewed a trip to the land of a thousand tchotchkes as an annual pilgrimage".
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