Anat Cohen's new album, her sixth as a bandleader, is called Claroscuro. Jimmy Katz hide caption

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Anat Cohen Bends The Spectrum On 'Claroscuro'
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Holly Golightly and Lawyer Dave look to midcentury R&B and gospel on their latest album, Sunday Run Me Over. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Holly Golightly: Singing In The Back Of The Revival Tent
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Ultraísta: Radiohead's Knob-Twister Takes Off
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Over the past four decades, Benoit Rolland has made more than 1,400 bows for violins, violas and cellos. Courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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The MacArthur 'Genius' Bow Maker Who Makes Violins Sing
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Josephine Foster's newest album is titled Blood Rushing. Jessica Knights/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Josephine Foster: A 'Vibrating Voice' To Shake The Soul
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Delta Rae puts a new spin on loss throughout Carry The Fire. Smallz and Raskind/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Delta Rae: Modern Folklore Music
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Mary Chapin Carpenter has won five Grammy Awards over the course of her career. Russ Harrington/ hide caption

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Carpenter's 'Ashes And Roses' Shaped By Grief
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In Memoir, Neil Young Wages 'Heavy Peace'
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Las Cafeteras, from Los Angeles, have made their own version of the classic son jarocho song "La Bamba." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Son Jarocho, The Sound Of Veracruz
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Janis Martin, 'The Female Elvis,' Returns
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'I've Been Everywhere' Turns 2 Hours Into 50 Years Of Pay
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Ben Folds Five (from left): Robert Sledge, Darren Jessee and Ben Folds. Autumn de Wilde/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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After A Dozen-Year Disappearance, Ben Folds Five Is Back
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The Four Seasons pose for a portrait circa 1963 in New York City. They are, clockwise from the top, Nick Massi, Tommy DeVito, Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Frankie Valli On Hair Products And Finding His Falsetto
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The traditional Jewish Kaddish prayer gets turned on its head in Leonard Bernstein's Symphony No. 3. Fethi Belaid/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Leonard Bernstein's 'Kaddish' Symphony: A Crisis Of Faith
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