• What is it?
The Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries is a virtual encyclopedia of international music with full-length streams from an extensive audio database.
• What does it cover?
This worldwide archive gives you a chance to hear the voices of people from all over the world. Listen to old time country music, blues, recordings from India and Africa, classical and Broadway hits, and much more.
• Why use it?
1. Includes complete audio and video selections, streaming media, educational resources and detailed liner notes.
2. Create your own playlists.
3. Browse by country, culture group, genre, language or even instrument.
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