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Revel in the Renaissance! A Taste of Earlier Times Through Music

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Echoes of Colonial Michigan

Echoes of Colonial Michigan is a concert or lecture demonstration for general audiences. On period style recorder, flute, viola da gamba, guitar, fife and drum Anne and Rob play music and tell about the instruments and music of the early settlements in the Great Lakes and Canada. Echoes of Colonial Michigan, developed originally as part of the Detroit 300 celebrations, was chosen to be part of Michigan’s Great Outdoors Culture Tour for 2002 and 2003. As part of the tour, Anne and Rob as A Reasonable Facsimile performed at parks in Northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan as well as at Isle Royale National Park.

Echoes of Colonial Michigan has been heard at the Michigan Historical Museum (Lansing), the Father Marquette National Memorial (St. Ignace), the Concert of Colors (Detroit), Fort St Joseph Museum (Niles), Erin-Halfway Days (Eastpointe) at the Baldwin Public Library (Birmingham), Hubbard Branch Library (Detroit), Rochester Heritage Festival, Rochester Hills Public Library and at Borders stores in Michigan. Echoes of Colonial Michigan was featured with the Madame Cadillac Dance Theatre and was performed at the St. Clair Voyageurs Annual Reenactment (Mt. Clemens), at the Stony Creek Historical Encampment (Shelby Twp.) and for the U.S. Forest Service (Milwaukee).