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The New York Times: The Piano’s History, Quietly Celebrated

(The article below was brought to the attention of The Carolina Music Museum by one of our volunteers, Walter Gerus, who found in the NY Times Archives, the November 24, 1988 edition.) Read the [...]

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See This, Skip That: Greenville, South Carolina By Gabe Sagilieand TRAVELZOO via GMA

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Greenville News: Carolina Music Museum Coming to Downtown

Read the full article by Donna Isbell Walker

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The Early Piano, Square Pianos and Early Grand Pianos in the United Kingdom

The Early Piano, Square Pianos and Early Grand Pianos in the United Kingdom posted an event on their news page announcing the opening of the Carolina Music Museum. The entry was made by Graham [...]

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Making History -Inspiration For The Modern Revolutionary

Another Organized Piano? by John Watson. An article about Tom Strange. Read the article here. Photo: The piano nameboard inscription by William Rolfe of London.

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Greenville Journal: Profiles The Carolina Music Museum

Greenville Journal: Tom Strange has 37 pianos and thinks he’s finally found a place to put them by Cindy Landrum. Read the full article in the Greenville Journal here.

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Columbia Museum of Art: From Silence to Splendor: The Square Piano Returns

Read the full article. Photo above: Andrew Willis, Pat Beckler, and Tom Strange celebrate the square piano’s return after its inaugural concert.

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Clemson Blogs: Facing South: Keyboard Instruments in the Early Carolina’s

FORTHCOMING: Facing South: Keyboard Instruments in the Early Carolina’s, by Thomas Strange, Patrick Hawkins, and Kunio Hara Read the blog here.

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Brief History of the Square Piano Posted by EdwardianPiano in Fortepianos

Edwardian Piano ~ Musings on Art, Literature, Lyric and Music Posted by EdwardianPiano in Fortepianos See the full post here. Brief History of the Square Piano Thomas Strange of Easley, South [...]

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