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Reader Opinion: A fabulous concert

The Lakes Area Music Festival performed an exquisite Baroque concert Nov. 6 at Trinity Lutheran Church. We were transported back in time to 17th century Venice and Rome. I'll admit, I'm not very knowledgeable about Baroque music but I learned a l...

The Lakes Area Music Festival performed an exquisite Baroque concert Nov. 6 at Trinity Lutheran Church.

We were transported back in time to 17th century Venice and Rome.

I'll admit, I'm not very knowledgeable about Baroque music but I learned a lot from the musicians about their unique instruments and the way the music is written.

I find music to be a great tool of communication. Listening to any music that is personally enjoyable has positive effects on our lives.

We are so fortunate to have such talented musicians travel to our lakes area from distances as far away as New York.

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What a magnificent way to get our minds off the election news for one night and soothe away the cares of living.

Luann Rice

Baxter

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