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Pittsburgh Native Paul O'Dette Brings Elizabethan Lute Music Back to Life.

Classical Music Critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews an album of Elizabethan lute music performed by Paul O'Dette, including the lute standard "Green Sleeves.


Other segments from the episode on November 18, 1987

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 18, 1987: Interview with Leslie Cockburn; Review of Paul O'Dette's album "Green Sleeve"; Interview with Jan Novak; Commentary on urban legends about computer…


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