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GUEST,Derek Schofield Traditional Song Forum, Liverpool Nov 16 (3) Trad Song Forum, Liverpool Nov 2016 14 Nov 16


The Traditional Song Forum has a meeting in Liverpool on Saturday 19 November 2016 in Liverpool Central Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EW.

The Traditional Song Forum (TSF) is a national organisation that brings together those interested in the research, collecting and performance of traditional song. The meetings are open to any who wish to attend. Donations from non-members are welcome, with a suggested amount of 5.

9.30         Tea and Coffee                                                                
10.00        Welcome
10.05        TSF Business
10.15        Networking session (including a look at the Library's broadside collection)
12.15        Lunch

Afternoon of talks on aspects of traditional song on Merseyside.

1.30        Stan Hugill and the Liverpool Shanty Tradition Gerry Smyth
2.05        Southport - from Anne Gilchrist and Sea Songs to the Bothy Folk Club and Cork Jackets Clive Pownceby and Derek Schofield
2.40        The Miraculous Arm: William Armstrong and the Ballad Trade in Liverpool in the early 19th century Matthew Edwards
3.15        Tea
3.30        Frank Kidson in Liverpool Alice Jones
4.05        The Early Years of the Folk Song Revival on Merseyside - Mick Groves and Hughie Jones in conversation with Derek Schofield
5.00        Meeting closes

The meeting is dedicated to the memories of Stan Ambrose and Fred McCormick.

Further information www.tradsong.org
Traditional Song Forum website

Derek Schofield


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