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  • interview March 24, 2016

    Interview With Liliam Cedeño

    Harris Eisenstadt: Thank you for speaking with me. Could you please introduce yourself and your role in the collective? Liliam Cedeño: My name is Liliam Cedeño and I am the director of everything that entails visual art with El Almacén. … Read more »

  • program November 26, 2014

    Soundings: Recordings of African-Americans

    America’s rural South has changed profoundly since it served as the birthplace of blues, and in the intervening years, many of the traditional forms so vital to American musical history have disappeared. It’s lucky then, that the record industry (not … Read more »

  • blog June 26, 2012

    The Lomax Collection’s Caribbean Repatriation

    The name of Alan Lomax undoubtedly holds a unique place in the annals of folklore, one matched by only a few of the most prominent European song-collectors. Arguably the most important scholar of musical folklore in the latter part of … Read more »

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