TALK: Caroline Davison

Tuesday 11 October

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In January 1905 the young Vaughan Williams, not yet one of England's most famous composers, visited King's Lynn, Norfolk, to find folk songs 'from the mouths of the singers'.  Caroline Davison talks about her latest book The Captain’s Apprentice, an unusual, evocative non-fiction about the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and folk, how it changed his music, our cultural landscape and the people and traditions he collected from.  Published to coincide with Vaughan Williams's 150th birthday

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