Professor John Romey, "Popular Song Under Louis XIV: Satirical Street Song and Protest Theater," Wednesday March 25th, 5-6pm Romanian Room, 407 Manoogian

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Date: March 25, 2020
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Romanian Room, Manoogian #407
Category: Lecture

Dr. John Romey is a specialist in music and culture of early modern France and colonial Peru. His current book project, entitled “The Tools of Gods and Beggars: Song As Cultural Mediator in Early Modern Paris,” considers the interplay between popular and elite song traditions in early modern Paris and how song functioned as a cultural mediator among social ranks. His talk will feature a performance on a hurdy-gurdy and will invite the audience to sing along to a seventeenth-century street song.

The talk will be followed by a reception in the French Room (477 Manoogian) at 6pm.

Contact

Anne Duggan
313-577-3002
a.duggan@wayne.edu

Cost

Free

Audience

Academic staff, Alumni, Community, Current students, Faculty, Staff

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