Sandra Mangsen (harpsichord) retired to North Bennington in 2011 after teaching musicology, harpsichord, and historical performance at the University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario) for twenty-three years. She has also taught at McGill, Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario) and Temple University and holds degrees in musicology (Cornell University) and harpsichord performance (McGill University), and an undergraduate degree in sociology (Oberlin College). She founded Bennington Baroque in 2011 in order to present historically informed performances of baroque music and to justify giving her two harpsichords house space. Sandra's book, Songs without Words: Keyboard Arrangements of Vocal Music in England, 1560 to 1760, was published by the University of Rochester Press (Eastman Studies in Music, 2016). Her 1992 recording of French harpsichord music, Entretiens, is available from various online distributors, or from Sandra. Just ask. Lately she has been pursuing a newfound interest in genealogy.