Displaying all posts tagged with american

Nicaragua: Meet the “Coyote” or Independent Money Exchanger

Want a good exchange rate while you’re in Managua? Find yourself a “coyote.” [Read more after the jump.]

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“We are a Baroque society”

Thomas S. Harrington forms a connection between Early Modern Iberia and today’s political atmosphere. [Read more after the jump.]

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Google Art Project: Music, Musicians, and Musical Instruments, pt. 3

In the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City), Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam), and Museum of Modern Art (New York City). [Read more after the jump.]

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Gottfried Reiche, Don Smithers, and CBS News Sunday Morning

The story behind a Baroque trumpet fanfare heard on American television for over thirty years. [Read more after the jump.]

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Video: Bernard in Indonesia

A brief encounter with the Indonesian gamelan. [Watch after the jump.]

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Eric Whitacre and World’s Best Choirs, Ctd

Whitacre responds to the controversy surrounding his article for Gramophone Magazine. [Read more after the jump.]

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Eric Whitacre and World’s Best Choirs

Whitacre gets to the heart of a Gramophone Magazine poll that determined the world’s top twenty choirs. [Read more after the jump.]

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Rachel Podger and those Lazy Americans

Why does Podger have such a negative view of period instrumentalists in U.S.? [Read more after the jump.]

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Video: Tryptophan Hand Jive with Moira Smiley and VOCO

A Thanksgiving-related performance by an exciting American group. [Watch after the jump.]

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