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Music composed for NH's grand hotels revived

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PLYMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — More than a century after guests at the Crawford House awoke to the "Breakfast Bell Polka," Plymouth State University is reviving some of long-lost music composed specifically to entertain guests at New Hampshire's grand hotels and keep them coming back for more. The resorts that drew thousands of wealthy summer tourists from Boston and other cities in the late 1800s...

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