"Library Music Live: Songs from Mendel Music Library," Feb. 15
The Princeton University Library presents a live performance of music from Mendel Music Library's locked collection. Repertoire includes cantatas by G.B. Bononcini from a 1721 engraving, part of our Music Treasures at Princeton collection; piano and vocal selections from our 19th-Century Sheet Music Collection; and art songs by Alexander Russell, the first Frick Professor of Music for Princeton University.
Library Music Live
Songs from Mendel Library's locked collection
Music Collections from Princeton University Library
Friday, February 15, 2019
Lee Music Room, Lewis Arts Complex
Vocals, piano, violin, viola da gamba, harpsichord
19th century sheet music
Art songs by Alexander Russell
Free and open to the public.
Media contact: Barbara Valenza, Library Communications Manager
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