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Rare Music Presents Penelope Jensen

Soprano Penelope Jensen is the featured artist in a program titled What Can a Modern Singer Learn from Early Instruments.  The program is part of the Rare Music series co-sponsored by the Libraries and the Duke University Musical Instrument Collections.  Ms. Jensen will be joined by Deborah Hollis playing a Baroque-style portative organ and an 1810 Muzio Clementi piano, Rebecca Troxler on her Baroque flute, and Brenda Neece playing her 5-string cello piccolo.   4:00pm, Friday, 28 March, Perkins Library, Biddle Rare Book Room.  Limited reserved parking on the quad in front of the Duke Chapel. 

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Posted 24 March 2008

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