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Class 4: Live Music

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David Holt: The stories and songs of Appalachia

 

 

“Folk musician and storyteller David Holt plays the banjo and shares photographs and old wisdom from the Appalachian Mountains. He also demonstrates some unusual instruments like the mouth bow -- and a surprising electric drum kit he calls "thunderwear."”

 

 

 

 

 

Rokia Traore:  “Kounandi”  &  "M'Bifo" 

 

Born into a traveling, diplomatic family, Rokia Traore absorbed her own Malian traditions into a world-ranging love of music. Playing off the griot tradition, she tweaks the traditional Bamana styles by playing her own acoustic guitar and arranging haunting backing vocals. Her smooth sound is punctuated by the heartfelt, raw tone of the n'goni lute and the harp-like kamala.

 

 

Sirena Huang: Dazzling set by 11-year-old violinist

  

Only 11 years old when she performed at TED, Sirena Huang is still technically a child. But as anyone who sees her perform can attest, she has a musician’s soul that transcends her years. "Her musical imagination is boundless," said Juilliard dean Stephen Clapp, who described her as "a musical artist with qualities of maturity far beyond her age."

 

 

 

 

 

Natalie MacMaster: Playing the Cape Breton Fiddle

 

Accompanied by Donnell Leahy, MacMaster shows her extraordinary skill and charm in the Scottish-Style violinplaying from Cape Breton and Nova Scotia. 

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