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Featured Instrument September 2019: Serpent in C., by William Lander, England, 1820-25

While the exact origins of the serpent are somewhat ambiguous, the instrument was created in sixteenth or seventeenth century France to bolster the sound of Cathedral choirs and complement the [...]

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Featured Composer September 2019: Elizabeth “Libba” Cotten (1893-1987)

“Freight train, freight train, run so fast…”— words many may know from the likes of folk revival stars Peter, Paul and Mary or Peggy Seeger. But who was behind such powerful lyrics and haunting [...]

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Carolina Music Museum’s New Live Stream Radio Station

Check out our new live streaming radio station and listen to Bach, Bluegrass, Jazz, and more. If you, or someone you know, is a musician and would like to submit a CD or MP3, please contact Tonia [...]

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September 2019

September 2019 https://readymag.com/1516489

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HALF PRICE ADMISSION while our new exhibit is being installed upstairs!

HALF PRICE ADMISSION while our new exhibit is being installed upstairs!

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NPR: A Minute With Miles: Carolina Music Museum

NPR: A Minute With Miles featuring the Carolina Music Museum. You can listen to the full podcast here.

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Atlanta Parent: 6 Things to do in Greenville, South Carolina With Kids

Atlanta Parent Magazine lists the Carolina Music Museum as on of the “6 Things to Do in Greenville, South Carolina with Kids by Laura Powell. You can read the full article here.

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Lavendar Magazine: That Greenville by Carla Waldemar

Lavendar Magazine mentions the Carolina Music Museum in the article “That Greenville” written by Carla Waldemar. Read the full article here. 

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Featured Composer August 2019: William Henry Fry (1813-1864)

Born in early nineteenth century Philadelphia, William Henry Fry (1813-1864) was one of America’s first composers for the symphony orchestra and opera. An outspoken supporter of American music [...]

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Featured Instrument August 2019: 1810 John Geib & Son Square Piano, New York

The CMM’s fine 1810 John Geib & Son Square Piano represents the Empire style designs quickly becoming fashionable in cosmopolitan Northern cities by the first decade of the nineteenth [...]