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#FiddlerFriday (4/18/14)

In honor of this week’s #FiddlerFriday, I’ve pulled together some great Fiddler on the Roof logos. Leave a comment as to which one you like the most.

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Robert Richter Duo at Mock Crest Tavern

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Robert Richter and Tricia Fairman, fiddler, perform Thursday,  April 17th, at 8:30 p.m.

Richter has appeared on Tom May’s nationally syndicated radio program “River City Folk.” It’s carried on more than 250 NPR affiliates across the nation. 258 more words

#FiddlerFriday (4/11/14)

The title for Fiddler on the Roof was inspired by Marc Chagall’s painting, “Le violoniste” (“The Fiddler,” 1913, oil on canvas, pictured left). That this painting eventually became Chagall’s “most famous image” due to its association with… 280 more words

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#TevyeThursday (4/10/14)

The character of Tevye first appeared in Sholem-Aleichem’s 1894 story,
Tevye Strikes It Rich,” and it is in this story that he becomes Tevye der milkhiker (Tevye the milkman, or, more literally, Tevye the milky one): after “he delivers some wealthy women lost in the woods back to their dacha, he is rewarded with the astonishing sum of thirty-seven rubles and a cow” (Alisa Solomon, “ 296 more words

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Hogarth’s Fiddler

When William Hogarth published his book, Analysis of Beauty, in late 1753, he was swiftly subjected to an astonishingly virulent satirical print campaign by Paul Sandby, one of the most accomplished satirical artists of the time after Hogarth himself. 60 more words

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