Music: New Records, Sep. 8, 1958

Capitol Records' Los Angeles engineers were used to musicians, including longhairs, who loosened their collars, rolled up their sleeves and lost their tempers, but this recording session was something new. The violinist, pianist and cellist were women, and they would have been longhairs but for the fact that their hair was out of sight. Three sisters, they were also sisters of Los Angeles' congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and they had been performing together since 1931, when the youngest was five, the eldest nine. Their Capitol debut in Schubert's Trio No....

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