December 14, 2008, 1:00 PM
The Durand-Hedden House invites the public to hear superb musician and historic interpreter Robert Mouland. Mr. Mouland will present an evocative holiday program in the role of Michael Keane, an Irish harper who came to America in 1754. The performance features the wire-strung Irish harp, pastoral pipes, Baroque flute Baroque violin, English guitar and the flageolette Visitors will be charmed by this holiday treat of beautiful songs and melodies and tales of the season.
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