Bob Dylan's music making as a child.
Strings of Freedom.
Although Bob Dylan's father Abe, never called himself a great music-lover, music was important to him. He trooped Beatty (Dylan's mother) off to a lodge dance at the drop of an invitation. A Gulbransen spinet piano arrived at much the same time as the television, and was set in the front room for all to admire. Abe couldn’t read a note, but he loved to fake a few chords.