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 How Sprint’s 1Million Project Is Helping Displaced Students
How Sprint’s 1Million Project Is Helping Displaced Students
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Sprint Works for Mobile Phone Safety
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Sprint Provides Free Wireless Devices & Service to 1M Students
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How GoFundMe Helped Me Enrich My Students’ Summer
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Visit the webpage of Folkways Recordings to explore, research, order and download recordings from the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian. The site includes music from the United States and around the world. Visitors can search by album, artist, country or genre.
Audible Artworks: Selected African Musical Instruments
Explore this online exhibition from the National Museum of African Art to learn about African musical instruments that are also works of art.
Musical Math-terpiece: The Art of Piet Mondrian
In this lesson from the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, students learn about the jazz-inspired life and art of Piet Mondrian. Then they create their own Mondrian-style paintings.
The Invention of the Electric Guitar
This online exhibit from the National Museum of American History shows how the need for louder guitars led to the invention and proliferation of the electric guitar. It also explains how the emergence and popularity of rock and roll led to the guitar’s commercial success and more innovative designs.
Women Breaking Musical Barriers: She Isn’t Supposed to Play That
This website from the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage traces the history and diversity of women in music through text, video recordings and audio recordings.