Keystone 2012 Recordings

After an exhilarating and exhausting day singing from the Sacred Harp at the Keystone Convention in January 2012, we pulled out the new Shenandoah Harmony packets, and wow! The resulting recording is now available for free download. Note that the code before each track name (like “P52”) gives the page number in our preview packet.

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About Rachel Wells Hall

Rachel grew up in a family of folk musicians. She first sang shape note music with her mother in the late 1980s in Cincinnati, Ohio, and returned to singing in Philadelphia in 2009. In addition to singing, Rachel plays English concertina, diatonic accordion, piano, fiddle, and tabla. She is an associate professor of mathematics at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
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