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Smithsonian Music Notations

A roundup of stories from Smithsonian Music and our other blogs.

 

Maria Arnal and Marcel Bagés Maria Arnal i Marcel Bagés: “Jo no canto per la vue”
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
fiddle playing Green Fields of America: “Sanctuary”
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Elizabeth Cotten's C. F. Martin and Company, Auditorium Orchestra model #000-18 guitar, 1950. 4 Music-Inspiring Objects
National Museum of American History
Sheet music cover An Anti-Slavery Anthem Reimagined for Today
National Museum of American History
Martha Redbone with drum Martha Redbone: “Drums”
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
three singers Power of Three: Armenian History and Harmonies from Zulal
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
toadfish The Ugly Fish That Sings Its Own Song
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Shuffle Along Remembering a Milestone in Entertainment History
National Museum of African American History and Culture
BeauSoleil The BeauSoleil Quartet: Cajun Reel Medley
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Artemio Posadas: “El Gusto”
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
“From England/The Who…, 1967.” Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Designed by Bonnie MacLean. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Schreyer. 1979-34-10. 1967 and the Summer of Love
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