Songbird Notecard Series
Truly one of the Washington area’s most precious treasures, Eva Cassidy is remembered for her soaring voice, interpretive ability and unerring pitch. Just as rare was her personality -- a selfless nature and good heart. She ignored boundaries not out of rebellion but simply because she was oblivious to them. For Eva all music was her kind of music.
These photographs, taken by Adam Traum and Maria Villafana, allow a little glimpse of Eva Cassidy while performing for the Washington Area Music Association in 1994..
12 cards and envelopes with 4 different images (3 of each); size 5x7; blank inside for your personal message. $18.50, packaged in a gift per box.
12 cards and envelopes with 4 different images (3 of each); size 5x7; blank inside. $15, packaged in a crystal clear poly envelope.
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Or at the following stores:
The House of Musical Traditionswww.hmtrad.com/ Takoma Park, MD 20912 --- 301-270-9090
At Orpheus Recordswww.orpheusrecords.com/ Arlington, VA 22201--- 703-294-6774
At Bridge Street BooksGeorgetown-Washington DC 2814 Pennsylvania Ave., NW --- 202-965-5200
At Joe’s Record Paradise joesrecordparadise.com/ Rockville, MD 20850 --- 301-315-2235
At the Music Center at Strathmore (in the gift shop)------ 5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD 20852 --- 301-581-5177
Hours: Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., and 60 minutes prior to performances, through intermission.
And at stores in the Cape Cod area.
The Washington Area Music Association is an all-volunteer 501 c (3) organization dedicated to promoting the region’s diverse music scene. Conceived in 1984, founding-board member Mike Schreibman is its executive director.
Adam Traum is a singer-songwriter and photojournalist living in California. His images have appeared in national publications including the Washington Post and the New York Times.
Maria Villafana is a writer/editor who covered music for washingtonpost.com during the past 10 years, and developed its MP3 file-driven local music site. Her photographs have been published in Black Radio Exclusive, the Washington Post and washingtonpost.com.
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