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Cratedigging is the art of finding the obscure, forgotten or lost audio recordings that experienced low-volume production (or no-volume production, just being made by hand).

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Cratediggers
by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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World Storytelling Day Concert, recorded live March 21, 2007 at The Rooms, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Introduction by Perry Chafe, followed by "The Three Dolls" performed by storyteller Dale Jarvis; "The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body" and "The Boy Who Loved to Draw Cats" by storyteller Elinor Benjamin; and concluding with "The Fairy Frog" by Dale Jarvis. Started in Sweden in 2003, World Storytelling Day has grown in a few short years to a...
Topics: storytelling, storyteller, spoken word, fairy tale, legend, Newfoundland, fairy tales
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by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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A traditional folk tale from the Southern Shore of Newfoundland, Canada, concerning a young married couple who discover they have built their house on a path used by the good people, and the steps that couple take to rid themselves of fairy mischief. Recorded by Dale Jarvis, September 3, 2006, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Topics: storytelling, spoken word, fairies, fairy tale, legend, storyteller, newfoundland, oral tradition
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by Dale Gilbert Jarvis
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A story from Fortune Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada, about a man named Kinchler who loved playing cards, and who boasted that he would play a game with the Devil himself. Told by storyteller Dale Gilbert Jarvis, and recorded live July 30 2004 at the Newman Wine Vaults Provincial Historic Site, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Topics: folk tale, fairy tale, spoken word, devil, hallowe'en, storytelling, story, storyteller,...
Cratediggers
by Bob Gonzalez and students of the University of Tampa Department of Speech, Theatre and Dance
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Live Performance Friday, December 9, 2016 of the radio play adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Adapted and directed by Bob Gonzalez, Associate Professor of Speech and Theatre. Featuring the talents of the students of the Fall 2016 Spoken Word Performance Ensemble course offered by the College of Arts and Letters Department of Speech, Theatre and Dance at the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida. This performance was recorded live in the Allen N. Reeves Theatre on the...
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Topics: L. Frank Baum, Wizard of Oz, American, classic, fairy tale, children
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by Paul Michael Mosher
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Wilma, The Magic Cat is an audio podcast of a fantasy fairy tale short story by Paul Michael Mosher. Can Frieda and her two sister save Wilma, The Magic Cat from Laetitia, the wicked Southern Sorceress? Listen to the Audio Podcast and find out.
Topics: fiction, short story, fantasy, fairy tale