Part of our musical heritage contains the bubbly songs of the South. Below the Mason-Dixon Line brings together a number of those tunes in a delightful medley saluting the South.
Bubbling over with melody and highly energized rhythm, the Waltz that pairs with the Polonaise from Tchaikovsky's opera "Eugene Onegin" is a pure delight for audiences and musicians alike. See
Probably no works are more familiar to today's audiences than Vivaldi's immortal Four Seasons. And of the four concertos that make up the set, none is probably more familiar than Spring.
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