A Provence Christmas with the Terra Nova Consort

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hide captionThe members of the Terra Nova Consort include David Rogers, Nick Tennant, Kay Hilton, Patricia O'Scannell and Sue Carney.

Christopher Briscoe
The members of the Terra Nova Consort

The members of the Terra Nova Consort include David Rogers, Nick Tennant, Kay Hilton, Patricia O'Scannell and Sue Carney.

Christopher Briscoe

The Terra Nova Consort joins Fred Child in NPR's Studio 4A to sing and play Renaissance Christmas music from Provence, in France. Co-artistic directors Pat O'Scannell and Sue Carney sing and play recorders. David Rogers plays lute, soprano Kay Hilton sings and plays percussion, Margaret Griese plays viols, and Anna Peekstock plays an instrument called the "hurdy-gurdy."

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