Lessons at Kutztown Folk Festival help keep Pennsylvania Dutch alive

 

If you’ve ever wanted a primer in “Pennsylvaanish Deitsch,” the Kutztown Folk Festival has a class for that.Keith Brintzenhoff, 72, of Kutztown, has taught Pennsylvania Dutch in various capacities for about two decades, and he has been a folk musician even longer.

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