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At his home at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson enjoyed listening to music, playing violin, and collecting musical works for his library. This program explores the classical and traditional music that would have graced the halls of Monticello, and the music of the black slaves who worked the fields of the plantation. Featuring performers from the New Harmony Music Festival and School.
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