Hoagy Carmichael Tribute

NPR's Elizabeth Blair profiles composer Hoagy Carmichael, who wrote some of the best loved American popular songs this century, including, "Stardust," "Lazy River," and "Georgia on My Mind." Carmichael performed some of his own works in the movies. He was a Bloomington, Indiana native and law school graduate, who left his manuscripts, sound recordings and personal papers to the Archives of Traditional Music at Indiana University. Carmichael was born on this date 100 years ago.

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