46356Re: 1812 Self-Introduction from new list member David Hildebrand
- Dec 13, 2012I, whole heartedly, welcome Dave and his extensive knowledge of Music to the
Ed Seufert, Sgt
1812 Royal Marines
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From: "James Yaworsky" <yawors1@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 3:07 PM
Subject: 1812 Self-Introduction from new list member David Hildebrand
> As asked, being new to the list, I will gladly introduce myself.
> I am David Hildebrand, a music historian/freelance performer and lecturer
> in the field of early American music. My wife Ginger and I have released
> 7 full length CDs, most recently "Music of the War of 1812." I am the
> director of The Colonial Music Institute, founded in 1999, and as such
> publish not only recordings but books on early American music and dance,
> databases and DVDs. Kate Van Winkle Keller's recent full-length book
> "Music of the War of 1812 in America" is a CMI publication.
> I am based just north of Annapolis, MD, and am working closely with my
> brother Mark to market his new documentary film "Anthem: The Story Behind
> `The Star-Spangled Banner,'" for which I served as music consultant. It
> premiers on Maryland Public Television this coming Wednesday, December 19,
> at 9 pm.
> Ginger and I had focused mostly on 18th-century music until 3 years ago,
> when we added 1812 as an interest, and we both expect to remain quite busy
> in this era for a while. Unfortunately, we don't appear at many
> re-enactments, but instead do concerts, lectures and consulting directly
> with museums and historic sites. As when we commenced the profession in
> 1980, we continue to make a living freelance. Much more information is
> available via the websites and links below.
> Thank you for admitting me into your company!
> David Hildebrand, Ph.D.
> Director, The Colonial Music Institute
> 276 Oak Court
> Severna Park, MD 21146
> 410 544-6149, cell 410 852-3476
> Maryland Public Television premiers "Anthem"
> Televised lecture on "The Star-Spangled Banner"
> New 1812 CD!
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