Musical storytelling

Kale Raulerson, 6, of Gales Ferry examines a five-string banjo owned by Sean Murtha and his wife, Deirdre, of Norwalk, Conn., as the couple answer questions regarding how instruments are used as they perform 'Irish Immigration to America: A Musical Storytelling' on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Groton Public Library. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Kale Raulerson, 6, of Gales Ferry examines a five-string banjo owned by Sean Murtha and his wife, Deirdre, of Norwalk, Conn., as the couple answer questions regarding how instruments are used as they perform "Irish Immigration to America: A Musical Storytelling" on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Groton Public Library. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Groton — Kale Raulerson, 6, of Gales Ferry examines a five-string banjo owned by Sean Murtha and his wife, Deirdre, of Norwalk as the couple answer questions regarding how instruments are used as they perform "Irish Immigration to America: A Musical Storytelling" on Saturday at the Groton Public Library.

Sean Murtha, center, and his wife, Deirdre, not in photo, of Norwalk, Conn., demonstrates how to play the five-string banjo, one of the instruments used during their performance titled 'Irish Immigration to America: A Musical Storytelling' on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Groton Public Library. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Sean Murtha, center, and his wife, Deirdre, not in photo, of Norwalk, Conn., demonstrates how to play the five-string banjo, one of the instruments used during their performance titled "Irish Immigration to America: A Musical Storytelling" on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Groton Public Library. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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