Imagine living in the 1920s and hearing an airplane flying closely over your home for the first time. Many folks would be very curious by such an event and delighted by the aerial spectacle that followed. These pilots were called barnstormers because they would often land their planes in a farmer’s field close to a barn. The work features energetic rhythms and memorable melodies along with percussive clapping.
|Dimensions||12 × 9 × 1.75 in|