Friday, April 9, 2021 11am
About this Event
GRAMMY Winner Dom Flemons, "The American Songster", hosts a virtual workshop that explores the styles, techniques and history of the early American Songsters. This covers nearly a century of tunes that includes early popular music, ragtime, blues, country western, folk, bluegrass, and string band music. Participants will learn songs and explore the deeper African roots of the banjo, rhythm bones, quills, harmonica, jug, along with songster tuning on the guitar. The workshop will also include a look into Flemons' collection of vinyl records and music resources.
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Art Forms: Music, Storytelling
Program Type: Performance and workshop
Curriculum/Theme: Discovering early American Roots Music and culture
This workshop is held in conjunction with the Lehigh University Faculty and Staff of Color Network.
For more information: https://diversityandinclusion.lehigh.edu/office-multicultural-affairs
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