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    The American History and Music Project(TM) Parlor Lyceum series:"Singing through the Seasons: Celtic Music as The Measure of the Year"

    Presented by at First Church in Salem

    June 30, 2010


    The American History and Music Project(TM) Parlor Lyceum series:

    The Celtic peoples (who historically populated most of Europe, most familiar now as those whose roots are in Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Brittany, Cornwall, Galicia, Isle of Man, Scotland, Wales; Padania and Portugal) are known worldwide as a music-loving, musically-vibrant culture. This illustrated performance/lecture will feature Celtic music, folklore, and history from the various main roots and branches of Celtic music. Through live performance of Celtic song and dance music, we'll explore the importance of seasonal ritual music in human history and culture.

    First Church in Salem

    316 Essex Street
    Salem, MA 01970

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    Admission Info:

    $10 at the door. / Children or Students with IDs: $5.00/ 12 years and younger, free.

    General Day and Time Info:

    June 30, 7:00PM-9:00PM

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