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Re: [art_education] Music of Africa - site from BBC

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  • Tina
    Well, needless to say, I guess we are going if she has time to make the change in the reservations. You know, Once I get to work, I can t use the phone.
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      Well, needless to say, I guess we are going "if she has time to make
      the change in the reservations." You know, "Once I get to work, I
      can't use the phone."

      tina
      On Feb 3, 2006, at 10:51 AM, Judy Decker wrote:

      > Dear Art Educators,
      >
      > Some of you might be interested in this site that was listed in the
      > Scout Report.
      >
      > 3. Echoes of Africa [Real Player]
      > http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/features/africa/
      >
      > Africa's contributions to music around the world are numerous, ranging
      > from
      > the griots of West Africa that later wove their way into the musical
      > idiom
      > known as the "blues" to the influence of Ladysmith Black Mambazo on
      > Paul
      > Simon. This special site created by the BBC offers musical clips and
      > information about musical instruments across this vast continent....
      > First-time visitors to the site can select a geographical region of
      > Africa to begin their musical exploration, and then proceed to learn
      > about the various wind and percussion instruments within each region.
      > ......[KMG]
      >
      >> From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2006.
      > http://scout.wisc.edu/
      >
      > You will need Real Player in order to listen to the sound clips.
      >
      > Since this may be a temporary feature on the BBC site, I will not be
      > linking it.
      >
      > Here is a page where you will find many links to sites for African
      > Music:
      > http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/music.html
      > Many of the other links on the Echoes of Africa page are misdirected.
      >
      > Also of interest....
      >
      > See Eye Level Smithsonian Art Blog:
      > http://eyelevel.si.edu/
      >
      > Scroll down to James Hampton's Throne installation.
      >
      > Regards,
      >
      > Judy Decker
      > Incredible Art Department
      > http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/
      > Incredible Art Resources
      > http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/
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      > Yahoo! Groups Links
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