1. African Story-Telling: The Music of Words

Presenter: Harold Scheub
Featured Languages: Xhosa, Arabic and other African languages
Department/Program: Department of African Languages and Literature
Location: MU – Play Circle (2nd Floor Theater Wing)
Time:  9:20am-10:00am
Session Status: OPEN

Words take on a unique meaning when a storyteller shares a story. In a storytelling performance, words include music--the music of the voice, the music of the body, the music of the relations between storyteller and audience. Come and hear a master storyteller, and have your imagination guided by the music of words.

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