Susan Adams | A Lute for Christmas

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A Lute for Christmas

by Susan Adams

An ancient forest spirit is transformed into a mystical instrument.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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1. A Lute for Christmas
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Susan Adams records and performs early keyboard music on her collection of historical pianos and harpsichords. "A Lute for Christmas" was inspired by a beautiful yew-wood lute built by Clive Titmuss in British Columbia, Canada. Susan wrote the story for performance at a holiday concert. It is read by well-known Vancouver actor Anna Hagan, with lute music played by Clive Titmuss on the actual lute in the tale, which appears in the photo by graphic artist Kyle Poirier. "A Lute for Christmas" was recorded at Stu Goldberg Studios in Penticton, BC, Canada.

Susan's playing can be heard on "Enchanted by Mozart", "The Couperin Collection", "The Italian Harpsichord Collection", "The Viennese Piano Collection","Constancy Rewarded" and "Personal Collection". You can hear more of Clive's playing on "Twilight of the Lute", "The Reusner Collection", and "The Vihuela Collection", as well as on "Personal Collection" and "Constancy Rewarded", all available on CD Baby, iTunes and other digital music providers.



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