From Plimoth to Yorktown: Music of Colonial America
Presented by Lexington Historical Society
November 1, 2013
Enjoy an evening of music from the American colonies on period instruments. Seven Times Salt traces the musical life of the first settlers at Plimoth to their descendants on the eve of the Revolution. Our program includes refined English consorts, early shapenote hymns, songs of liberty and taxation, wartime laments, and George Washington's favorite dance tunes! Music of Dowland, Ravenscroft, Arne, Billings and others. Karen Burciaga, violin & guitar Daniel Meyers, recorders, flute & fife Josh Schreiber Shalem, bass viol Matthew Wright, lute & guitar A Cronin Lecture Program presented by the Lexington Historical Society.