Dance and song are the fountain head of all music; and – despite sometimes being perceived as ‘difficult’ and removed from the ‘simplicity’ of its sources – classical music abounds with the rhythms of dance and the echos of folk melody. From Wednesday 26th September, a ten week study of the cross-over between popular and art music starting in the middle ages with the parody mass and finishing in the late twentieth century with computer games and discotheques.
St. James’ Parish Centre,
Swansea SA1 4QF
Wednesday, September 26th, 2018,
2.30–4.30 pm for 10 weeks
Course fee: £40
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