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Every Island has its Own Songs: Film Facts

1988, Film: 16mm
27 minutes, Color
Description: Nikitas Tsimouris (1924 - 2001) brought the complex music of the tsabouna, a type of Greek bagpipe, to Tarpon Springs. In 1991, Tsimouris became the first Floridian to receive a National Heritage Fellowship.
Featuring: Nikitas Tsimouris
Copyright: 1988, Florida Department of State
Filmmaker(s): Peggy Bulger
Produced by: Nancy Michael, Linda Bassett, Richard Delaney
Cinematography: Eric Jones, with Kirk Hepburn
Editing: Ken Cherry
Sound: George Czkwianianc
Acknowledgements: Consultants: Dr. John P. Anton, Dr. H. Russell Bernard, Dr. Theodore Grame, Dr. Aristotle Michopoulos, Dr. Kathleen Monahan, Dr. Leo Polopolous. A co-production of Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs, Division of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State, Jim Smith, Secretary of State, and WEDU Television, Tampa, Florida Narrator: Russ Offenbach ; For the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs: Additional fieldwork: Blanton Owen ; Production assistants: Yvonne Bryant, Debra Robinson ; Scripting: Nancy Michael For WEDU Television: Grips: Charlie Havre, Halsey Pelt ; Electronic Graphics: Halsey Pelt ; Videotape: Miguel Amador, Dennis Koskiewicz
Funding: Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Folk Arts Program.

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