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Metropolitan Museum of Art: Musical Instrument Galleries Reopen

phillip ii virginal metropolitan museum of art

Among the fascinating objects associated with major artists and historical figures are a narwhal-tusk flute made for Frederick the Great, a 16th-century Amati violin made for the marriage of Philip II, guitars owned by Segovia, and a clarinet that belonged to Benny Goodman.

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Music Review: Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow – ‘Annihilation’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Annihilation Soundtrack

Composers Goeff Barrow and Ben Salisbury team up for the impressive, highly recommended (3.5 star) musical score released by the pairing of Lakeshore Records and Invada Records to the sci-fi thriller 'Annihilation.'

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SXSW Music Festival 2018: March 17 (Field Division, In the Valley Below, Lola Marsh, Wyldest, and More)

In the Valley Below at SXSW 2018 (Photo: Tan The Man)

Even though there was technically one last night of South by Southwest 2018, it still seemed as if Saturday was the festival's one true finale.

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Music Review: Kim Richey – ‘Edgeland’

Kim Richey

There's a feeling of fine control you get when you listen to a Kim Richey album. Her songs dig outward in two directions from country/americana, into both folk and pop. And her silvery vocals, burnished with a constant, cool vibrato, lack twangy affectation, sounding almost weirdly non-manipulative – to paradoxically emotional effect.

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