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SLAVE MARCH, 1835.
'The Domestic Slave-Trade.' A band of slaves marched into town for sale. Engraving from an American abolitionist publication, 1835.
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HANS JUDENKUNIG, 1523.
The lutanist Hans Judenkunig (at left) accompanied by a violinist. Woodcut, Vienna, 1523.
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VIOLIN, 18th CENTURY.
19th century reproduction of an 18th century Austrian violin.
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CHICAGO: MUSIC, 1941.
Two girls playing violin and piano in their home in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Russell Lee, April 1941.
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TURKEY: VIOLIN IDOL.
Anatolian marble 'violin' idol from Beycesultan, southwestern Turkey, early 3rd millennium B.C.
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MUSICIANS, 1942.
The Drake family playing at a Saturday night dance in Weslaco, Texas. Photograph, by Arthur Rothstein, 1942.
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JASCHA HEIFETZ (1901-1987).
American (Russian-born) violinist. Photographed c1933.
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RAVI SHANKAR (1920-2012).
Indian musician and composer. Playing the sitar with American violinist Yehudi Menuhin. Photograph, 1971.
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DANCE OF DEATH, 1538.
'Death and the Duchess.' Woodcut, French, 1547, after Hans Holbein the Younger from his 'Dance of Death,' published in 1538.
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PIRATES, 1718.
The crews from pirate ships belonging to Edward Teach (Blackbeard) and Charles Vane revelling on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, in 1718. Wood engraving, c1840.
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CHILD PLAYING VIOLIN.
Wood engraving, American, late 19th century.
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YEHUDI MENUHIN (1916-1999).
American violinist. Photograph, late 20th century.
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CHINA: MUSICIAN, c1900.
An Indian street musician with his daughter, Hong Kong, China. Stereograph c1900.
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EMIGRANTS, c1900.
A group of European emigrants with a painting of a Cunard Line ocean liner, probably the Mauretania or the Aquitania. Photograph, c1910.
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YEHUDI MENUHIN (1916-1999).
American violinist. Playing for his sons Gerard and Jeremy, 1954.
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ISAAC STERN (1920-2001).
American (Russian-born) violinist. Photograph, 1980s.
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FOLK TRADITION, 1870.
'The Turn of the Tune.' Lithograph, 1870, by Currier & Ives on the celebrated American folk dialogue and fiddle tune.
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VIOLIN, 1723.
Copper engraving, 1723, by Arnold van Westerhout.
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
(1685-1750). German organist and composer. Bach and his family at morning prayers. Photogravure, late 19th century, after a painting, 1870, by Toby Edward Rosenthal.
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PETRUS TRITONIUS
(c1465-c1525). Austrian composer and scholar. Mount Parnassus. Woodcut from Tritonius' 'Melopoeia,' four-voice settings of odes by the Roman poet Horace, published at Augsburg, 1507.
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FRITZ KREISLER (1875-1962).
American (Austrian-born) violinist and composer, performing for the first time since he was struck by a truck in New York City in April 1941. Photograph, 16 January 1942.
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FOURTH OF JULY, 1882.
Celebrating the Fourth of July in New England in the early 19th century. Wood engraving, 1882.
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
(1756-1791). Austrian composer. Mozart singing his 'Requiem.' Photogravure after the painting, 1882, by Thomas W. Shields.
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COLORADO: SALOON, c1880.
'Colorado, a new Eldorado: the wonderful mining town of Leadville.' Interior of a dance-house on State Street in Leadville, Colorado. Line engraving, American, c1880.
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PIRATES, 1718.
The crews from pirate ships belonging to Edward Teach (Blackbeard) and Charles Vane revelling on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, in 1718. Wood engraving, c1840.
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CONCERT, 11th CENTURY.
Line engraving after an 11th century relief in St.-Georges-de-Boscherville Abbey, Normandy, France.
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THE BRODSKY QUARTET.
String quartet, left to right: Adolph Brodsky, Rawdon Briggs, Simon Speelman and Carl Fuchs. Photographed by Percy Guttenberg, late 19th or early 20th century.
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MAUD POWELL (1868-1920).
American violinist. Photographed in October 1915.
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ANTONIO STRADIVARI
(1644-1737). Italian violin maker in his workshop in Cremona, Italy. Pen-and-ink drawing, late 19th century, by Valerian Gribayedoff, after a painting.
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STRING QUARTET, 1846.
Wood engraving, English, 1846.
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FRITZ KREISLER (1875-1962).
American (Austrian-born) violinist and composer. Kreisler takes a bow at Albert Hall in London, while Sir Landon Ronald, conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra leads the applause, 1935.
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HAMPTON: NATIVE AMERICAN ORCHESTRA.
Native American orchestra at Hampton Institute, Virginia. Photographed by Frances Benjamin Johnston, c1900.
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DANCE: WALTZ, c1810.
'The Dancing-Mania.' A dancing lesson in Paris, France. Engraving from 'Le Bon Genre,' c1810.
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ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741).
Italian composer. Presumed portrait by an anonymous artist.
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LITERATURE.
Johann Strauss, (1825-1899) Viennese composer, welcomed at the musical Olympus, silhouette by Otto Bohler. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FINE ART.
Saint Cecilia, 1607-1608, by Guido Reni (1575-1642), oil on canvas. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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CURRIER & IVES: THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER.
Color lithograph, 1870, by Currier & Ives on the celebrated American folk dialogue and fiddle tune.
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KIT, 1723.
A man playing a kit, or dancing master's fiddle. Copper engraving, 1723, by Arnold van Westerhout.
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KIT POCHETTE, c1650-75.
Kit (Pochette) by Dimanche Drouyn, Paris, c1650-75. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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OLD KING COLE, 1898.
Drawing by L. Leslie Brooke for an 1898 edition of 'Mother Goose' nursery rhymes.
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