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The Low Anthem: Shimmering Americana

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If you were getting married 100 years ago, you probably would have danced to Carrie Jacobs-Bond's "I Love You Truly." Library of Congress hide caption

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Remembering Composer Carrie Jacobs-Bond

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Fifth-Grade Chorus Becomes A YouTube Hit

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Songwriter, 'Pack' Leader Ellie Greenwich

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Pianist Hank Jones and his late brothers Thad and Elvin will be honored at the 30th Detroit Jazz Festival next month. Paul Bergen/Getty Images hide caption

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Pianist Hank Jones Plays With Vitality At 91

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When she's not making music, Buffy Sainte-Marie leads the Cradleboard Teaching Project, which provides Native American curricula for schools. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Buffy Sainte-Marie: Native American Folk Legend

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Rather than holding his saxophone vertically, Lester Young held it high and to the right at a 45-degree angle. Herman Leonard/Getty Images hide caption

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Lester Young: 'The Prez' Still Rules At 100

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Legendary '60s Songwriter Ellie Greenwich Dies

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Evgeny Mravinsky's intense Tchaikovsky recordings are among the most hair-raising performances captured on disc. hide caption

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Ted Libbey And Fred Child Recommend Symphonies 4-6 by Tchaikovsky

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono greet the press from the Presidential Suite of the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam on March 25, 1969. Central Press/Getty Images hide caption

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After 40 Years, The Bed-In Reawakens

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Laal performs in Karachi, Pakistan. Lead singer Shahram Azhar and guitarist Taimur Rahman take a curtain call with key leaders of Pakistan's lawyers' movement, Ali Ahmed Kurd (left) and Aitzaz Ahsan. Nighat Chaudhry/for NPR hide caption

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For Pakistani Rockers, A Plugged-In Protest

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The group Salaam is centered around string instrument specialist Dena El Saffar, percussionist Tim Moore, zither-ist Hakan Toker and (not pictured) trumpeter Amir ElSaffar, brother of Dena. Yelena Yahontova hide caption

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Salaam: Iraqi Maqam By Way Of Indiana

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Doves Release 'Kingdom Of Rust'

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