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    A Soldier's Song: Linking Music and History in 17th-century England

    Presented by Cupid & Death at First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    March 19, 2011


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    A Soldier's Song: Linking Music and History in 17th-century England

    An exploration of the intersection of music and politics under the Stuart monarchy, presented as a fundraiser for the upcoming masque Cupid & Death. Alastair Thompson will illustrate a condensed history of 17th-century England with musical, poetical, and culinary examples. Members of the cast of Cupid & Death will perform. Appetizers devised by Dan Meyers and Matthew Stein. In Margaret Jewett Hall in First Church Cambridge (11...

    An exploration of the intersection of music and politics under the Stuart monarchy, presented as a fundraiser for the upcoming masque Cupid & Death. Alastair Thompson will illustrate a condensed history of 17th-century England with musical, poetical, and culinary examples. Members of the cast of Cupid & Death will perform. Appetizers devised by Dan Meyers and Matthew Stein. In Margaret Jewett Hall in First Church Cambridge (11 Garden St.) in Harvard Square. Tickets: $10 general admission $20 including food Please e-mail cupidanddeathmasque@gmail.com to reserve your ticket today!


    First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    11 Garden Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Admission Info:

    $10 for general admission $20 including food


    General Day and Time Info:

    4:00pm



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