The students of Music 450 (Favorite and Forgotten Music of the Chamber, 1760-1825) will present a recital of chamber music from the time of Jane Austen written by wildly popular composers who are little-known today. Each tuneful work will be introduced by an excerpt from an eighteenth-century letter or novel. Audience members are encouraged to come and go as they wish in celebration of eighteenth-century musical life—a time when music was made spontaneously, with friends, and for the enjoyment of the players and the audience.
Monday, November 25, 2013
Melville Library Atrium/Galleria 2:30 PM
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