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Traditional music has seen its share of revivals in this country. From the first-wave folk rejuvenation of the late 19th century to the Depression-era return to Delta blues and other old-time iterations; the folk revival of the 1960s to today’s reinvigorated interest in Appalachian musical traditions; it’s clear that the roots of quintessentially American music are strong and deep. Read more
Katonah, NY – (October 27, 2014) On Saturday, November 22 at 8 p.m. The Brentano Quartet will present works by Charpentier, Debussy, and Brahms in the Music Room of the historic Rosen House. The evening will begin with Suite for Strings in d by Charpentier, followed by Debussy’s String Quartet. The program will close with Brahms’ Quartet in B-flat, Op. 67.
Originally Published on No Depression
By Easy Ed
This is a tale with two moving parts. First, a twenty-two year old young woman becomes so good, so fast…and delivers two sets of impeccable and improbable American roots music last night that it just might be as good as it gets. And for the second part of this story, she performs this magical musical feat at a simple house concert with two old friends from four years of summer music camp. Well, maybe not quite your usual house concert, but by description and definition a house concert nevertheless.