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Byers Choice Man Serenading

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Music was an important aspect of 18th-century life and young gentlemen would have enjoyed singing and playing instruments like the harpsichord or guitar. Tavern-goers might enjoy balladeers who stopped by each table to serenade patrons with a cheerful tavern song. As in English taverns, tavern patrons of colonial Virginia sang catches or rounds as well as popular drinking songs to the accompaniment of instruments. Dressed in the typical breeches, shirt, and waistcoat, this fine gentleman celebrates music in 18th-century Virginia.

13" Tall

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