7.0220 As: Folksongs of the Vietnam War; Studium (2/116)

Mon, 4 Oct 1993 14:59:46 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0220. Monday, 4 Oct 1993.

(1) Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1993 15:41:00 -0500 (EST) (59 lines)

(2) Date: Sat, 02 Oct 93 11:51:01 +0100 (57 lines)
From: Marc Nelissen <FFAAI01@BLEKUL11>
Subject: STUDIUM. University history discussion list

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Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1993 15:41:00 -0500 (EST)

Date sent: 30-SEP-1993

From: ericj321@aol.com
Subject: Folksongs of the Vietnam War

"FOLKSONGS OF THE VIETNAM WAR" On Saturday, October 16th, 7:30 p.m. at New
York University's Loeb Student Center Auditorium, join us in a lecture and
concert by Vietnam Vets.
The click of a rifle in the jungle...a rescue helicopter names "Jolly
Green"..getting drunk on Vietnamese beer... The songs of soldiers in Vietnam
vividly recreate these experiences.

Lecture: "Music of Americans in the Vietnam War" 7:30 pm FREE
by Lydia Fish, Director, Vietnam Veterans Oral History and Folklore Project,
Buffalo State College

Concert: "Folksongs of the Vietnam War" 8:30 PM, suggested contribution $9,
students/seniors $5, The concert will feature Toby Hughes, known as the
baladeer of the In Country air war, an F4-C Aircraft commander who flew 204
missions with the 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron, and flew in support of the
the Khe Sanh during the Tet offensive on 1968. Chip Dockery, who did two
tours of duty with the 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron, he performs a series
of songs written from the point of view of the North Vietnamese truck drivers
on the Ho Chi Minh trail. Chuck Rosenberg, who served as an A-Team
Communications Supervisor in Company C, Sixth Special Forces Group at Forg
Bragg from 1965 to 1968, sings many of the songs composed by ground soldiers
in the war.

For more information contact CITY LORE: 212/529-1955
Program sponsored by New York University
Tisch School of the Arts
Department of Performance Studies
School of Arts and Sciences
Metropolitan Studies
American Studies
Department of Anthropology
Department of History.

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
Department of Performance Studies
New York University
721 Broadway, 6th floor
New York, NY 10003 {@}--'--,---,--'---,---

Email: kirshenblatt@ACFcluster.NYU.EDU
Phone: 212-998-1628 Fax: 212-254-7885

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Date: Sat, 02 Oct 93 11:51:01 +0100
From: Marc Nelissen <FFAAI01@BLEKUL11>
Subject: STUDIUM. University history discussion list


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