July 6, 1983

French folk music is presented at the National Museum of American Art in conjunction with its exhibition “Americans in Brittany and Normandy: 1860-1910.” Additional public programs include a discussion of the artists represented, a French puppet show and a performance by 18th- and 19th-century-style clowns.

Posted: 6 July 2010
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