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Children’s choir gets taste of Irish music

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
From left, Sean Cleland, Jim DeWan and Kathy Cowan play Irish music during a presentation for the Fort Wayne Children’s Choir on Thursday at IPFW’s Rhinehart Music Center. The instrumentalists, from the Irish Music School of Chicago, played as the youth group’s Treble Choir added melodies and harmonies.

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