[Michigan folk music icon Bob Blackman talks about the folk music genre and the history of music].

Michigan folk music icon Bob Blackman talks about the folk music genre, how it has been defined and marketed, its roots, history, many forms, and commercial success. Blackman focuses on Anglo-American music with its Celtic roots and explains the origins of the music. He also describes how the music...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Blackman, Bob (Speaker)
Arnold, Jane (Emma Jane) (Host)
Language:English
Published: [2004]
Series:Library colloquia series (Michigan State University. Libraries)
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (2 hr., 2 min., 12 sec.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Audio Software
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Michigan folk music icon Bob Blackman talks about the folk music genre, how it has been defined and marketed, its roots, history, many forms, and commercial success. Blackman focuses on Anglo-American music with its Celtic roots and explains the origins of the music. He also describes how the music has evolved over centuries and uses lyrics and numerous musical excerpts to demonstrate his points. Blackman answers questions from the audience. Blackman is introduced by Michigan State University Librarian Jane Arnold. Part of the Michigan State University Libraries' Colloquia Series. Held in the MSU Main Library.
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Call Number:Voice 24227
Colloquia
Playing Time:02:02:12
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
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Recorded by the Vincent Voice Library, Apr. 1, 2004.