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FW: A Workshop on the Music of Cape Verde, December 10th, 2 - 4 p.m. Yale University, Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies.

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  • Richard Leary
    _____ From: Lynne Williamson [mailto:lynne.williamson@icrweb.org] Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 10:28 AM To: stasosabe@cox.net; roberta vincent; Roberta J
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      From: Lynne Williamson [mailto:lynne.williamson@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 10:28 AM
      To: stasosabe@...; roberta vincent; Roberta J Vincent; richard leary; linpawl@...; Jose Monteiro; Deborah Duarte; cpnais@...; angelina gardner; colleen.coleman@...
      Subject: Fw: A Workshop on the Music of Cape Verde, December 10th, 2 - 4 p.m. Yale University, Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies.

       

      This event looks great! I'm hoping to go. Susan Hurley wrote the essay on CV music in our booklet.

       

      See you there?

       

      Lynne

       

       

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      Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 10:11 PM

      Subject: A Workshop on the Music of Cape Verde , December 10th, 2 - 4 p.m. Yale University , Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies.

       


       
      Workshop on the Music of Cape Verde
       
      Journey of a Badiu: The Story of Cape Verdean-American Musician Norberto Tavares


       
      Sunday, December 10, 2006, 2-4 p.m. Luce Hall, MacMillan Center, Yale University
       

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      Presenting:
      Dr. Susan Hurley-Glowa, Assistant Professor of Music, Franklin & Marshall College
       

      The workshop will begin with a screening of the new unreleased documentary video Journey of a Badiu: The Story of Cape Verdean-American Musician Norberto Tavares  (50 minutes). Afterwards, there will be a question and answer session about the film and the research that went into it.  This will be followed by a discussion of Cape Verdean music in general, putting Norberto Tavares's music into context by explaining it in relation to the major genres of Cape Verdean music.  His funana style came up from black rural communities in Cape Verde since independence in 1975 to become part of the national musical identity.  The workshop will cover the basic stylistic characteristics of the morna and coladera, which have been popular in Cape Verde for decades, before turning to folk genres from Santiago , namely, batuku and funana.  The workshop will end by pointing out the connections between the music of Lura (who will be performing in New Haven the same day) and the musical traditions from Santiago that Norberto and others helped to popularize in the decades after independence. 
       
      Location:

       
      Luce Hall, Auditorium, first floor
      34 Hillhouse Avenue
      New Haven, CT 06520   (parking is open and free in front of Luce Hall, entrance on Prospect St.)
       
      Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m. Luce Auditorium
       
      Program:


       

      2:00 p.m.– 2:50 p.m.  Journey of a Badiu:The Story of Cape Verdean-American Musician Norberto Tavares  (50 minute Documentary Film, to be released in 2007) Producer and Director: Susan Hurley-Glowa
       
      2:50-3:10 Break with refreshments
       
      3:10- 4:00 Discussion
       
      This event is free. Please RSVP - carolina.belalcazar@... - by December 7, 2006 if you are planning to attend. Thank you.
       

      Documentary Supported by:
       
      Assistance from the Government of the Republic of Cape Verde
      The Cape Verdean Creole Institute
      The New Bedford Whaling Museum
      Gei Zantzinger
        Franklin & Marshall College :
       Committee on Grants
      Department of Music
      Department of Theater, Dance, and Film
      International Studies Program
       
      Workshop Sponsored by:
       
      Sponsored by the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies, the African Studies Council, the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, the U.S. Department of Education through a Title VI National Resource Grant.

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