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Photo credits: Brooke Sauter
My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free!
Songs and Stories from Colonial and Revolutionary America
This interactive and educational program takes the audience back in time to the beginning of our nation's history. Through a conversational narrative, costumes, and historical songs and images, audiences experience the culture of the time and learn the ways in which music played a dominant role during our country's inception.
"The Tippecanoe County Historical Association sponsors the “Feast of the Hunters’ Moon, a living history festival that attracts over 40,000 visitors. Now in its 55th year, the Feast highlights the history of Fort Ouiatenon, the first European settlement in Indiana.
The Feast has a reputation of providing outstanding educational music and cultural programming, so when we first saw Audrey Johnson doing one of her “Of Thee I Sing” performances in the community, we knew right away that it was a high priority to have her at the Feast.
Ms. Johnson performed a very research based program at the Feast that was fun, educational, met our needs for historical accuracy, and one that totally wowed Feast audiences. The quality of her singing was beyond anything we’ve ever had at the event before, and her dedication to researching appropriate music was very apparent."
-Leslie Martin Conwell
Event Manager and Programs Director
The Feast of the Hunters' Moon
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