THE NIGHT WATCH: EARLY MUSIC FOR FOLK MUSICIANS WORKSHOP
Saturday 24th. November 2018
10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m.
Places £35. Booking form available here.
(£17 for two under 25-year olds)
The Royal Oak, Station Street, Lewes BN7 2DA
Andy Casserley and Ian Pittaway sing and play bray harp, recorders, rebec, gittern, oud, shawm, saz, simfony, and psaltery, to name but a few. Their great love of traditional music suits them ideally to convey Early Music & song to folk musicians.
This participatory workshop will cover 16th century dance music, instruments, songs and improvisation techniques for voice and any instrument, using historical research that can be applied to music in any style - including folk. No previous experience of early music is necessary. Some music will be sent in advance.
THE NIGHT WATCH PERFORMS AT LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB IN THE EVENING
AT THE ELEPHANT & CASTLE
(admission £8; advance tickets available from address at end of the booking form)
|10.45||Registration & coffee; order lunch (refreshments are not included)|
|11.00||I got renaissance rhythm: becoming a 16th century dance band.|
|13.30||Off the cuff: how to improvise on a tune in renaissance style.|
|15.15||Music of the spheres: renaissance harmony - and highlighting the learning of the day.|
N.B. Booking is recommended as numbers are limited.
Maps & accommodation lists will be sent in advance if requested.
20, St. John's Terrace,
Tel. (01273) 476757
e-mail: Valmai Goodyear