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Folger Consort performed ''It Fell Upon a Holly Eve'' December 11 and 12, 1987. This program spanned 700 years of Christmas and Advent music from 11th-century Southern France to late-18th-century England.  A great variety of musical styles were represented, learned and rustic, complex and engagingly simple. Yet all of these pieces told a Christmas story.
 
Folger Consort performed ''It Fell Upon a Holly Eve'' December 11 and 12, 1987. This program spanned 700 years of Christmas and Advent music from 11th-century Southern France to late-18th-century England.  A great variety of musical styles were represented, learned and rustic, complex and engagingly simple. Yet all of these pieces told a Christmas story.
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=== Folger Consort ===
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==== Artistic Directors ====
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* Robert Eisenstein: vielle, viol, rebec, lute, and recorder
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* Christopher Kendall: lute, harp and mandora
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* Scott Reiss: recorders, psaltery, and percussion
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===== Guest Artists =====
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* Johana Arnold: soprano
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* William Sharp: baritone
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* The Landon School Boys Choir
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* Thaddeus P. Cavuotti: director at Landon School

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Folger Consort performed It Fell Upon a Holly Eve December 11 and 12, 1987. This program spanned 700 years of Christmas and Advent music from 11th-century Southern France to late-18th-century England. A great variety of musical styles were represented, learned and rustic, complex and engagingly simple. Yet all of these pieces told a Christmas story.

Folger Consort

Artistic Directors

  • Robert Eisenstein: vielle, viol, rebec, lute, and recorder
  • Christopher Kendall: lute, harp and mandora
  • Scott Reiss: recorders, psaltery, and percussion
Guest Artists
  • Johana Arnold: soprano
  • William Sharp: baritone
  • The Landon School Boys Choir
  • Thaddeus P. Cavuotti: director at Landon School