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National Jukebox from the Library of Congress

  • Posted by: Kristyna Carroll
  • Posted Date: May 13, 2011
  • Filed Under: Uncategorized

The Library of Congress Blog has announced the launch of the National Jukebox to showcase the historic Victor Records collection.

Today the Library of Congress, in conjunction with Sony Music Entertainment, launched a website – “the National Jukebox” – that streams 10,000 sound recordings from the historic Victor Records collection.  It’s a fun and fascinating ramble for anyone who loves American music and wants to dig down into the roots of jazz, opera, a vast range of popular music, famous political speeches — even early sound effects.  The collection launched today (which will expand over time) is the soundtrack of our grandparents’ and great-grandparents’ early lives – music from the dawn of sound recording just after the turn of the 20th Century to the eve of the Great Depression.

Read the full announcement…

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Last Modified: May 13, 2011