Music for 1601 ...Conversation as it was by the Social Fireside in the Time of the Tudors...

The late Raoul Ronson, the founder of Seesaw Music, asked me if I could set Mark Twain's 1601 to music. I told him that I couldn't do it and still remain a "lady," but I could write some introductory and curtain music for an imaginary production. (Does anybody actually perform the play?)

June 28, 2004

You can listen to the Pavane and Galliard, and order the music from Subito.

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