Folk Music in Denver tells the recent history and revival of Denver's folklore scene by tracing the story of two important institutions in Colorado cultural history: Harry Tuft's Denver Folklore Center, founded in 1962, and Swallow Hill Music Association, which grew out of the DFC in 1979. Unlike other cities in the U.S., these two institutions revolved around folk music performance and education, which took larger, more important roles than finance and economics. The DFC and Swallow Hill form a core qfolk music communityq that is unique to both Denver and Colorado.... the Elitcha#39;s site would require substantially more than $500, 000 in needed repairs and modifications, probably closer to $l ... There was, he pointed out, no parking lot and limited on-street parking, not to mention the intrusive noise from theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Denver Folk Music Tradition|
|Author||:||Paul A. Malkoski|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2012|