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Mark Twain and Music
[compact disc, produced by the Mark Twain Project, 2003]
Mark Twain and Music [compact disc, produced by the Mark Twain Project, 2003]

This CD was based on a talk with musical examples, narrated by Robert H. Hirst, and recorded at a live performance by the San Francisco Choral Artists in October 2003.

On the cover: Clemens at the piano in 1908, with his daughter Clara and a family friend. Clara was a trained contralto who briefly pursued a professional career.

Sample clips of four tracks are offered below:

  7. The Last Link Is Broken
17. John Brown's Body
21. Annie Lawrie
33. Elijah Rock

Mark Twain and Music [compact disc, produced by the Mark Twain Project, 2003]

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