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The Beatles : Rediscovering Their Music (Four-Part Class)

October 7, 2013 02:45 PM
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This 4 week course is being co-sponsored by the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, Heid Music and Cooks Corner through the Discover Great Music Program. The program is designed to explore the music of the most popular and history-changing group of the 60's and 70's. The course is open to all adults 21 years of age and older and will meet one time a week over a four week period.

Cost: $20 (for the entire session)

The class is scheduled to meet as follows:

Tuesday October 29     6:30 - 8:00pm    
Tuesday November 5    6:30 - 8:00pm     
Tuesday November 12    6:30 - 8:00pm     
Tuesday November 19    6:30 - 8:00pm
 

All classes will take place at the new Heid Music Green Bay -
2605 Oneida St | Suite 128 | Green Bay


Refreshments will be available during and after each session at Heid Music compliments of Cooks Corner. This class will give people an opportunity to meet others with the same love or interest in the music of The Beatles.

Course Synopsis:
Each class will focus on one or two aspects of the lives or music of the Beatles. Musical examples and videos of the band will demonstrate the developments that took place which took them to the pinnacle of Rock and Roll. Topics to be discussed during the four weeks will be the music, the relationships of the band members, and influences of other artists/composers on their music and the ups and downs of the group as a whole.

There will be optional reading if people are so moved to learn more about the early years of all four Beatles (and that mysterious fifth Beatle) and there will be video and audio examples giving further insight as to why things transpired as they did.

THERE WILL BE NO TESTS OR QUIZZES!!!

All materials for the class will be provided as well as a suggested list of CD's of the music that shaped their different periods of development and their legacy.

More classes will be developed and presented in the future covering composers such as Beethoven, Brahms and Mahler to name a few.

 

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