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Blues Evening Classes


The next Blues course from Max Haymes:

"The Story of the Blues"   The enduring power of the Blues

Memphis Minnie (right), Leroy Carr and Charlie Patten - some of the giants of early Blues music. Don't miss this chance to hear some great Blues classics, from early boogie woogie piano to the first electric guitar Blues in the 1930's. We'll look at the roots of the Blues in slavery and gospel music and ask: how relevant is this music today?

Tutor:       Max Haymes
Duration:    5 Thursday evenings 
Date:        Thursday, 6th May 2004 - 3rd June 2004
Time:        7.00pm - 9.00pm
Venue:       Cartmel College, Lancaster University Campus
Fee:         Full Fee: 34
              Concessions available
Credits:     5
credits to the 120 credit Certificate in Open Studies
Course ref:  LAU0351


Enrolments and enquiries: 01524 592623/4 (Lancaster University)

More details of Lancaster University courses can be found on their website at: www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/conted/