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Musical Heritage of Indiana
“Musical Heritage of Indiana” will be the topic for the Historical Society of Harrison County’s virtual Quarterly event on Tuesday, January 26th at 7:00. (Please log in 10 minutes early.) This will be a zoom meeting. The link is
https://zoom.us/j/95100474423?pwd=TUZVMmVlTGtFNmZuWW9vZVpsNTZGZz09. This link is also available on the Historical Society of Harrison County website at www.historicalsocietyofharrisonco.org or facebook (Posey House) or (Historical Society of Harrison County Indiana.)
The topic for the evening is “Musical Heritage of Indiana.” The event is free and open to the public. “Musical Heritage of Indiana” is sponsored by the Historical Society of Harrison County through a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, matched by the Harrison County Community Foundation.
The program’s creator, Gib Young, provided this information about Musical Heritage of Indiana:
“With the possible exception of New York City it is not unlikely that Indiana has had more songs written about it or part of it than any other locale in the nation. Usually out-of-staters think of us as sort of bland and background noise. But they would be wrong. The Hoosier state has a long history of providing music for the rest of the nation – and the world.
Gib Young and Kevin Bledsoe of Huntington, Indiana have put together a power point that educates and entertains the audience as they travel down a path filled with music by Indiana composers and performers. It features songs about Indiana and it is filled with classic songs are familiar and beautiful. The music kind of compels you to sing along as it sets your toes tapping.
Cole Porter and Hoagy Carmichael are two the best composers ever. Crystal Gayle and Bill Gaither are represented here also. And so are many others. You will be entertained and find yourself saying, “I didn’t know that” and “I had forgotten how pretty that song is!’” If you want to spend about fifty minutes just feeling good about being a Hoosier and remembering some of the best music ever written, then join us on Tuesday, January 26that 7:00 pm. In times like these there is nothing wrong with feeling good!”
For more information of this event contact Historical Society of Harrison President Karen Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org (812)736-2373.
Due to Covid 19 you can see what what the historical Society has been up to on you tube. You can now watch some of our events on You Tube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCspmxcQaknikf53kr__zT6A including concerts, past programs and tours.
The Historical Society of Harrison County also continues its mission to preserve, protect, promote and interpret the rich history of Harrison County by sponsoring a variety of events through a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission and the Harrison County Community Foundation.
Piano Performances at the Posey House
Piano Performances at the Posey House, located at 225 North Oak Street in downtown Corydon, by Jean Ann Parker continue on the second and 4th Sundays from 2:00-4:00. The event is free and open to the public and COVID guidelines are followed. Parker performs songs from all genres. For more information or to request a specific song contact Historical Society of Harrison County President Karen Schwartz at (812) 736-2373 or email@example.com. The piano concerts are supported by a grant from Indiana Arts Commission and Harrison County Community Foundation.
Other Historic Arts Experiences include an online Jamey Aebersold Jazz Concert, online historic painting classes, historic loom experiences, and other events all on or soon to be on YouTube
Jamey Aebersold Jazz Concert now on you tube
I 've Been Everywhere by Karen Schwartz, Harrison Co Railroad, Blue River, River Road Film tours from Small Towns Harrison County and Piano at the Posey House Concerts, and past Historical Society of Harrison County programs.
are now available on the Historical Society of Harrison Co Indiana you tube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCspmxcQaknikf53kr__zT6A
The Historical Society of Harrison County is actively engaged in the promotion, preservation, protection and interpretation of Harrison County, Indiana’s rich history.
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Call Karen @ (812-736-2373), Email "firstname.lastname@example.org". Safe Drive Thru Dec 27 at the Posey House from 2 to 4 PM.
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