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16th century music to welcome 2009

This past Sunday Hill and Hollow Music continued its year-long celebration of the Champlain Quadricentennial with a performance by the Chris Norman Ensemble. The sold-out concert at the Church in the Hollow in Saranac began with a 16th century English song that somehow seemed appropriate for this New Year's holiday.  Go to full article

Preview: Downing College Choir in Blue Mountain Lake

The Downing College Chapel Choir of Cambridge University presents a concert tonight at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake. This is the choir's third visit to the Adirondacks. The group performed a series of concerts in Manhattan last week, and will visit Vermont later this week. Todd Moe talks with Nicki Bryant, one of the singers in the 23-voice choir.  Go to full article

Commentary: Veterans' Day/Remembrance Sunday

At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in the eleventh month of 1918, the world rejoiced. The most terrible war in history, the war to end all wars was over. In the United States, that day became Armistice Day and later Veterans' Day. In Canada, it's called Remembrance Day. The British mark Remembrance Sunday. Commentator Paul Willcott has been in London on several Remembrance Sundays. He describes one for us, noting how the British honor not only their own men and women who served, but all veterans, including the Americans we honor today in this country.  Go to full article

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