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CT Scans Re-Create 307-Year-Old Violin

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Ellen Taaffe Zwilich took her inspiration for the piece from Franz Schubert's famous Trout Quintet. Bill Keefrey hide caption

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A Carnegie Hall Debut, Inspired By Trout

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Found: Very First, Or At Least Very Early, Music Video

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Neutral Milk Hotel performs at Spaceland in Los Angeles in 1998. Daniel McClenaghan hide caption

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Witnessing The Second Coming Of Jeff Mangum

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Members of the St. Agnes Catholic Church choir sing during Sunday Mass. From left to right: Donald Hukle, Ray Valido, Richard Samp, Jack Grace and Ben Robles. Peter Maher/Courtesy of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians hide caption

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New Liturgy Reanimates Catholic Music

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A still from "I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!" which aired on ABC in 2001. Vince Guaraldi's rearrangements and originals for the A Charlie Brown Christmas soundtrack became holiday perennials. ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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New Holiday Songs: A Smart Career Move That's Fun, Too

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Christmas music superstar Bing Crosby performing in 1977, back when the season, at least on the radio, started after Thanksgiving. Getty Images hide caption

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On Commercial Radio, Christmas Is Coming Early

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A general view of atmosphere in the record store during Day 3 of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival 2011 held at the Empire Polo Club on April 17, 2011 in Indio, California. (Photo by Michael Tullberg/Getty Images) Michael Tullberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Timmons browses the racks of his now-closed business. The record store will have a final clearance sale on Nov. 29. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Economy Mutes A Longtime Louisville Record Shop

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