Thanksgiving Harmony Noah Adams talks with Jennifer Armstrong, and her teenage daughters Georgia Rose Armstrong-Park and Suzannah Armstrong-Park. All three are professional musicians, and come from a long line of folksingers. Gerry and George Armstrong, Jennifer's parents, were at the center of the Chicago traditional music scene for decades. This conversation took place in a friend's living room in Evanston Illinois on the afternoon of November first, following a memorial concert for Gerry Armstrong. Jennifer and her daughters talk about family harmony singing and Thanksgiving traditions. They sing a table grace, a lullaby, and Georgia Rose and Suzannah perform "Across the Blue Mountains." This feature was recorded by Flawn Williams and produced by Jeff Rogers. (22:00)

The music heard in this segment was recorded during the course of this interview. For more information, see our special feature.

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Thanksgiving Harmony

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Thanksgiving Harmony

Thanksgiving Harmony

Thanksgiving Harmony

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Noah Adams talks with Jennifer Armstrong, and her teenage daughters Georgia Rose Armstrong-Park and Suzannah Armstrong-Park. All three are professional musicians, and come from a long line of folksingers. Gerry and George Armstrong, Jennifer's parents, were at the center of the Chicago traditional music scene for decades. This conversation took place in a friend's living room in Evanston Illinois on the afternoon of November first, following a memorial concert for Gerry Armstrong. Jennifer and her daughters talk about family harmony singing and Thanksgiving traditions. They sing a table grace, a lullaby, and Georgia Rose and Suzannah perform "Across the Blue Mountains." This feature was recorded by Flawn Williams and produced by Jeff Rogers. (22:00)

The music heard in this segment was recorded during the course of this interview. For more information, see our special feature.