The Global Jukebox offers access to more than 6000 recordings from around the globe that can now be streamed freely online.
“The Global Jukebox is presented as a free, non-commercial, educational place for everybody, students, educators, scholars, scientists, musicians, dancers, linguists, artists and music fans to explore expressive patterns in their cultural-geographic and diasporic settings and alongside other people’s. By inviting familiarity with many kinds of vocalizing, musicking, moving, and talking, we hope to advance cultural equity and to reconnect people and communities with their creative heritage.”
Further details on Global Jukebox can be found in this New York times article from April 18th 2017:
“Alan Lomax made it his lifelong mission to archive and share traditional music from around the world. He…
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