Music from the IU Southeast Archives: Ars Feminia Archive Concert in honor of Josephine von Aurnhammer's Birthday

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Main contributor
Ars Femina Archive at IU Southeast Library
Aurnhammer, Josephine, 1758-1820; Frottam, Judith; Treganowan, Emma; Madame Dufresnoy; Shafer, Amy; Ford, Ann; Palensky, Fiona; Hughes, Melanie (Melanie E.); Palensky, Veronica; Anthony, Natalie; Griffy, Maxwell; Fontenot, Adrienne; Floyd County Public Library
Ars Femina
IU Southeast Library
Physical Description
35 minute concert
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Ars Femina Archive website 
This concert was funded by a Regional Research/Creativity Initiative Grant from IU Southeast written by Veronica Palensky and Melanie Hughes. The concert was presented in partnership with the Floyd County Library. It was organized by Veronica Palensky who was supervised by Melanie Hughes. The piece selection and program notes were created by Veronica Palensky. Special thanks to the IU Southeast Library, the Regional Research and Creativity Grant Committee, Susan Reigler, William Bauer, Jim Oxyer, Linda DeRungs, Joanna Goldstein, Laura Wilkins, Fiona Palensky, and Jessica Daniel.



Fantisie pour law Guitarre by Judith Frotta (published 1825), performed by Emma Treganowan on guitar

A Favorite Sonata by Madame Dufresnoy (fl. 1700s-19th century), performed by Amy Shafer on harp

"A Country Dance" from Instructions for Playing the Musical Glasses by Ann Ford (1737-1824), performed by Fiona Palensky on glasses

"A Hymn, accompany'd with the Guitar" from Instructions for Playing the Musical Glasses by Ann Ford (1737-1824), performed by Fiona Palensky on glasses and Emma Treganowan on guitar

The Lingering Star by A Lady, performed by Natalie Anthony, voice and Maxwell Griffy on piano

Six Variation pour le Pianoforte by Josepha von Aurnhammer (1758-1820), performed by Adrienne Fontenot on piano

Venue/Event Date

This virtual concert was originally streamed live on the Floyd County Public Library Facebook page.

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