Recordings

Screen Shot 2014-11-22 at 9.13.26 AM“From the first grab of the violinist’s bow, this is a CD that draws in the listener in a warm embrace and creates an intimate sound space, a virtual 18th-century parlor populated by superb musicians and engaging vocalists.”
-Deane Root, Director of the Center for American Music at the University of Pittsburgh
 

“This amazing music brings the past vividly to life with emotion, sensitivity, and grace. no one quite plays the piano like Jacqueline Schwab. Her pacing is unique, her artistry authentic and sustaining; this work is one of her best.”
-Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns

 

“This wonderful collection of songs about Lincoln is not only entertaining–it transports us back to the Civil War and to the days when Lincoln was alive.”              
-Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln

 

“You’ll enjoy the musical journey as much as I have.”
-Gary Moulton, University of Nebraska, editor of The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

 

 

“A fine sampling of the diverse musical traditions found in the American colonies.”
-John D. Barrows, manager of music and dance, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

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