The book is jam-packed with fascinating information not only about the society, but also about 200 years of music-making in early America. There is also a generous offering of illustrations and photos… these make the book as suitable for the historian’s library as it would be on a living room coffee table.
“It is a wonderful present from H+H to all those who have enjoyed its performances.”
–EMAg (Early Music America Magazine)
A fascinating account of 200 years of H+H history, from its founding in 1815 and first concerts at King’s Chapel through its evolution as a professional ensemble focused on Historically Informed Performance. This book is full of treasures from the archives and personal accounts from two centuries of Bostonians.