Music has been a part of the Colonial Williamsburg experience in a variety of ways. On film and podcasts, and in recordings, the Foundation has celebrated the 18th-century sound.
Here, the Williamsburg Singers portray a family scene for a 1960s docudrama on the role of music in the lives of the colonists.
Colonial Williamsburg has been making its own musical recordings since it introduced a long-playing album in 1968. And today, the music is even digital!
To learn more about Colonial Williamsburg’s recordings, visit our Music page.