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Blair School of Music Archives

Video: A Dulcimer Afternoon

Oct. 22, 2008—Watch video of a performance at the Blair School of Music.

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VUCast: News from Vanderbilt’s news network for week of July 14

Jul. 14, 2008—Tips to tone up your upper body and hear from some of the first inductees in the Vandy Athletics Hall of Fame! (6:21)

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Video: Little-Known Gems of the Piano Repertoire

Jul. 7, 2008—Watch video of members of The Blair Piano Faculty performing in Ingram Hall on March 15, 2008, as part of the Spring Concert Series at Blair School of Music.

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Video: THE APPALACHIAN CELEBRATION – A Place for the Humanities

Jun. 9, 2008—Watch video of the April 12 performance of The Pa's Fiddle Project Concert, part of a series of special events in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Vanderbilt University's Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities. The Pa's Fiddle Project features songs from the "Little House" books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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Video: Sankofa — Vanderbilt University African Drumming and Dance Ensemble

Jun. 9, 2008—Watch video of Sankofa, the Blair School of Music's African Performing Ensemble, performing April 13 in Ingram Hall.

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Video: Winners of the Student Concerto Competition

Jun. 6, 2008—Watch video of the Vanderbilt University Orchestra, with Robin Fountain, conductor, and featuring the 2007-08 winners of the Student Concerto Competition.

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Video: "Singing Back Through Time: American Song from 2008-1900"

May. 27, 2008—Watch video of Amy Jarman, soprano; Jonathan Retzlaff, lyric baritone; Gayle Shay, mezzo-soprano; and Melissa Rose, pianist, perform "Singing Back Through Time: American Song from 2008-1900," which opened the Spring 2008 Faculty Concert Series at the Blair School of Music.

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Vanderbilt University announces creation of largest, free streaming audio archive of East African music recordings

Jan. 18, 2008—Three years ago, Vanderbilt University ethnomusicologist Greg Barz realized that American popular culture was sweeping Africa and could very well threaten centuries-old musical traditions.

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