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History Today The original history magazine, History Today has been published monthly in London since January 1951.


History of Music for Kids People have been making music almost as long as there have been people, probably for at least a hundred thousand years. The earliest music, in Africa, was probably clapping hands and singing.
The Bandera Music History Project Hall of Fame The Bandera Music History Project Hall of Fame (BMHoF) was organized in 2004 to preserve, record and honor the music, musicians and venues who have contributed to the rich musical landscape of Bandera County.
Country Music History Every stage of country's long history has left an imprint on the music.
Music of History Welcome to the official website of music of history, an evergrowing audiovisual project created by composer jesus calderon, a collection of videos synchronized with an original soundtrack.
History of Music As emerging new styles joined without replacing established trends in jazz, the jazz experience increased in complexity and sophistication, although hardly in popularity.
history Welcome to Seattle, one of today's most dynamic music cities, where a rich history feeds a lifestyle of musical innovation and inspiration. Seattle's music community is fiercely independent and intensely dedicated, recognized as cutting edge while...
History of Music The earliest forms of music were probably drum-based, percussion instruments being the most readily available at the time (i.e. rocks, sticks). These simplest of simple instruments are thought to have been used in religious ceremonies as...
About Gary Cristall My name is Gary Cristall and I am writing a book about Folk Music in English Canada. For over 20 years I ran a folk festival, worked for the Canada Council for the Arts, and generally was immersed in Folk Music.
Hawaiian music history This Web site was originally intended to be a place for me to share my hundreds of photos of Hawaiian music events and artists, but because I am such a huge fan of Hawaiian music, I later expanded those plans to include eventually publishing bios...
The Duo that is Detroit Music History Lars Bjorn & Jim Gallert of Detroit Music History have been researching, interviewing musicians, and writing about Detroit music for 35 years.
Hawaii's Music of the Past and Present The Web site is a Hawaiian Music fan site where you will find news, photos, event announcements, musician bios and general information about contemporary, island-style, and traditional Hawaiian music.
Pop and Rock Music in the 60s In 1945, World War II ended. By 1946, American servicemen began returning home to start up the families they had had to put on hold for 4 years. Thus began the unusually large bubble in the population curve of America known as the Baby Boom, as...
History of Rock Music The history of rock music isn't cut and dry. Many individuals debate who the first rock singer was and what the first rock song was. However, it is known that the history of rock music comes from the old R&B mixed with some country and western and...
Australian Music History This site is an attempt to provide a permanent record of Australian bands, musicians, recordings and technical crew no matter what the musical genre. It will have a bias towards Rock and Pop in the beginning but eventually we would like to...
The History of American Pop Music The History of American Pop Music Coloring & Activity Series is the biographical history of popular music in America as told and designed by artist and educator Nick Quinn.
Welcome to MusicAndHistory.com 2.0 Within these pages, important musical events over the last 250 years are listed chronologically along with general historical events. We pay homage to the fact that composers live in the world. They affect the world and are affected by it. If one...
History of Music Therapy Music therapy in the United States of America began in the late 18th century. However, using music as a healing medium dates back to ancient times. This is evident in biblical scriptures and historical writings of ancient civilizations such as...
Jazz Music History explored by instrument and musician. Saxophone, trumpet, piano, bass, drums, guitar, vocals: Jazz music history created by truly great musicians who played something new and beautiful on each of these. Do you want to find gorgeous trumpet playing? You can find out about it here.
MPR: American Mavericks Suzanne Vega hosts this 13-part radio series bringing the sounds and personalities of musical innovation in America during the 20th century. American Mavericks is a 13-part Peabody Award-winning radio series and Web site produced by American...
Chaz Music Room Looks at the lesser-appreciated music of the 60's and 70's. One person's musical taste, or appalling lack thereof, laid bare for the world's inspection.
Scopitones Site celebrating the "film jukebox" invented in France in the 1960s, and the films and music videos it broadcasts. Our latest Scopitone Collection contains the most Scopitones ever- 39. It contains every Scopitone in our archive that would be...
Recording Technology History Chronology with pictures and links by Steve Schoenherr. Edison made the first recording of a human voice ("Mary had a little lamb") on the first tinfoil cylinder phonograph Dec. 6 (the word "Halloo" may have been recorded in July on an early paper...
California Missions History and Music History of the missions with an emphasis on music. Includes audio clips and pictures. We have full pictorial histories of the missions. Also, for the first time on the web, we have music written by the Franciscan Friars and Native Americans who...
Honky Tonks, Hymns & the Blues Examines historical American music traditions from back roads to big city. Honky Tonks, Hymns & The Blues invites you to celebrate the life and music of WC Handy during Black History Month (February) 2007. From the producers of Honky Tonks comes...
Music in the Public Domain Reference site to help the ordinary person identify music and songs in the public domain. We provide carefully researched lists of Public Domain Music titles, PD Sheet Music Reprints and PD Sheet Music Books. We are proud to offer the Music2Hues...
Vocal Group Hall of Fame Created to honor the greatest vocal groups of the world, to preserve their music at a world-class museum, to promote their music and memories throughout the world, and to pay tribute to the inductees as National Music Treasures.
Tune Trivia Music trivia quiz with three categories - rock/pop, country, and rap.
Honky Tonks, Hymns & the Blues Honky Tonks, Hymns & The Blues invites you to celebrate the life and music of WC Handy during Black History Month (February) 2007. From the producers of Honky Tonks comes WC Handyas Blues, an hour-long special from PRI. Chock-full of Handyas...
California Missions History and Music History of the missions with an emphasis on music. Includes audio clips and pictures. Featuring two histories for each of the twenty-one California Missions, with beautiful color photographs, fascinating black and white sketches, and, for the...

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