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April 08, 2007

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The Moveable Folksong: Traditions and Transitions

This WEA course will examine the development of folksong from early ballady up to today's World Music. It runs for 20 weeks in the upstairs room of The Old George pub in the Cloth Market, Newcastle, beginning Friday 23rd September from 1.00 till 3.00 pm.

The tutor is Gordon Phillips who is a member of The Writers' Guild and The Performing Right Society.

For more details, email [email protected].

See their website for details:

or telephone 0191 4618100 for further details and costs.


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