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Soundscapes of Colonial America

Lecture Concert by Lumedia Musicworks and Elaine Scholly

Soundscapes of Colonial America - Lumedia Musicworks
Lecture Concert by Lumedia Musicworks and Elaine Scholly

Did you know Ben Franklin invented a unique instrument that Mozart wrote music for? That Jefferson could have had a career as a violinist? Lumedia Musicworks and historical storyteller Elaine Scholly bring to life the sounds of colonial America.

Wed

Sep

19

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture  (info)
6:30pm at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
$Name-Your-Own-Price

2719 Routh Street, Dallas 75201 | map | web

Lumedia Musicworks teams up with historical storyteller Elaine Scholly to bring to life the soundscape of colonial America. While many know something about the events surrounding the founding of the United States, most have not paralleled its journey with music of the time. Come see the fuller picture in September as we learn about our founding fathers’ musical tastes, favorite composers, musical hobbies, and so much more.

Did you know Ben Franklin invented a unique instrument that Mozart wrote music for? That Jefferson could have had a career as a violinist? Learn these interesting facts of our Founding Fathers and more.


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