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My Child

From: David Greenberger
Series: The Duplex Planet
Length: 02:59

Elder wisdom on treating others with kindness Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-0 Thoughts about a beloved pastor and wisdom on how to treat others. David Greenberger tells a tale based on a conversation with Edna Wofford. From the 2003 CD, Mayor of the Tennessee River, with music by the Chattanooga based ensemble, Shaking Ray Levis (Pronounced like the jeans). Artist David Greenberger has been collecting the thoughts, memories and stories from elderly Americans for more than a quarter century. Genuine, moving, and often funny, combined with music, the pieces explore issues of aging by revealing real characters that are in decline, but are still very much alive. They reveal the common threads of our humanity.

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Piece Description

Thoughts about a beloved pastor and wisdom on how to treat others. David Greenberger tells a tale based on a conversation with Edna Wofford. From the 2003 CD, Mayor of the Tennessee River, with music by the Chattanooga based ensemble, Shaking Ray Levis (Pronounced like the jeans). Artist David Greenberger has been collecting the thoughts, memories and stories from elderly Americans for more than a quarter century. Genuine, moving, and often funny, combined with music, the pieces explore issues of aging by revealing real characters that are in decline, but are still very much alive. They reveal the common threads of our humanity.

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