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Tools / produced by Deborah Jane Lamberton and Karl Signell.

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Tools / produced by Deborah Jane Lamberton and Karl Signell.
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BZ0022.07
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Twelve half-hour programs which explore new ways of thinking about all music: classical, jazz, folk, rock, etc. Includes talk as well as musical examples. Explores such issues as: the impact of commerce on musical taste, the effect of technology, the human body, language, and the brain upon music.|TOOLS / produced by Deborah Jane Lamberton and Karl Signell. SERIES: The Nature of music| no. 7. Twelve half-hour programs which explore new ways of thinking about all music: classical, jazz, folk, rock, etc. Includes talk as well as musical examples. Explores such issues as: the impact of commerce on musical taste, the effect of technology, the human body, language, and the brain upon music. Received the Armstrong Foundation and the Gold Medal awards. PARTICIPANTS: Yehudi Menuhin, violinist| Betty Carter, jazz singer| Marina Roseman, anthropologist| Howard Gardner, neuropsychologist| Mitch Miller, producer| Martin Williams, jazz critic. BROADCAST: 16 June 1987.

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16 June 1987.
Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.|29:00
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violinist
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jazz singer
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anthropologist
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neuropsychologist
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Producer
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jazz critic
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1987.
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