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Midsummer's Music: Language leads to getting the spirit of music

3:59 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
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We at Midsummer's Music recently played a program called "Blessed Spirits." We gave it that name because the first piece was the "Dance of the Blessed Spirits" by Christoph Willibald Gluck, from his opera "Orfeo." It featured our flutist, Jean Berkenstock, in one of the most sublime and hauntingly beautiful instrumental solos in the entire operatic literature.

We performed this program in five different locations, but it was the Father's Day concert that we did in the atrium at Arketype in Green Bay that got me thinking.

It was a benefit for the Green Bay East High School Fine Arts Institute, ...

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