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Choreographers Niel Vincent DeMarino and Susan Nabors Braisted revel in the many twistings and turnings of "The Allemande" (from "Be Glad Then America")
Suzanne Clune (soprano) as the longing Pocahontas from
"The Indian Princess or La Belle Sauvage" from Philadelphia - 1807.
Suzanne Clune, soprano and Jennifer Ponzoni (mezzo) sing the soaring duet "O Lovely Peace" from our Holiday concert of the same name.
Tenor, Robert Puleo, and Bass and Director, Jonathan Dobin in an excerpt from the song "Friendship" from our "Be Glad Then America" concerts in June of 2013
Lady A. Gordon's Strathspey - excerpt played by MUSE instrumentalists
(Be Glad Then America)
Guest Artist, Dorothy J. Olsson in excerpt of a dance "Chacoon"
(O Lovely Peace and Be Glad Then America)