Discussing ‘Musics Lost and Found’ on Radio 3’s ‘Music Matters’

On Saturday 2 October, Radio 3’s Music Matters carried an item in which Tom Service and I discussed, with musical examples, the central argument of my new book Musics Lost and Found: Song Collectors and the Life and Death of Folk Tradition. An inexorable kind of musical climate-change is taking place, in which traditional songs and styles are being steadily eroded by a trinity of forces: globalisation, industrialisation, and urbanisation.

Click here to listen (from 17 minutes in)

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