Rose Freeman (center) and Anastasia Allison play atop Sauk Mountain near Concrete on Oct. 5. The pair play violin and piano together at sunrise across the Cascades under the name The Musical Mountaineers. (Ian Terry / The Herals)

Rose Freeman (center) and Anastasia Allison play atop Sauk Mountain near Concrete on Oct. 5. The pair play violin and piano together at sunrise across the Cascades under the name The Musical Mountaineers. (Ian Terry / The Herals)

Pair of intrepid musicians climb N. Cascades summits to play

Rose Freeman and Anastasia Allison pack their instruments up mountains for high-altitude recitals.

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