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Songs of Clay and Stone: A Musical Road Trip Through Time

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Photo: Edward S. Curtis

Edward S. Curtis's photo of the Hopi potter, Nampeyo

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Songs of Clay and Stone

songs by Kenneth Frazelle sung by Kathryn Findlen with pianist Robert Brewer


Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

August 27, 2017

“I thought it would be intriguing to do  a road trip song cycle about  the vistas, the pottery of Nampejo and the controversial photography of Edward Curtis,; things that popped up in my love of the Southwest, ” composer Kenneth Frazell

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