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A Northeast Storm

Juliana Hall - E.C. Schirmer Music Co.

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A Northeast Storm

Juliana Hall - E.C. Schirmer Music Co.
Publisher Desc.  The text is taken from a letter written in early 1851 by Emily Dickinson to her brother, William Austin Dickinson, who was away from home at the time. Her letter describes the family's activities in their drawing room in their home in Amherst, MA, and their feelings that night as a storm rages outside their windows, while Emily's sister entertains the family at the piano. The letter ends comically, as Emily declares that she will start crying if her sister doesn't stop singing. Duration: 3:00
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