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Ian Nagoski's musical calling

ian nagoskiBaltimore's Ian Nagoski has made a name for himself as an ethnomusicologist, rediscovering vanished music and long-forgotten artists.

Jason Cherkis has a great article in this Sunday's Washington Post Magazine about Ian Nagoski, a Baltimore resident who has become one of the country's most respected ethnomusicologists thanks to his tireless efforts to rediscover the lost music of long-forgotten artists from around the world. Read the article and listen to some of Nagoski's treasures below.

From "A String of Pearls: International 78s, Vol. 1"

La Nina de Los Peines - "Saeta: Pilatos por no dejar"





Amelita Galli-Curci - "Crepuscule"





From "Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics"

Nji Raden Haden Djoehla - "Tjimploengan"





Marika Papagika - "Smyrneiko Minore"





By Click Track  |  August 20, 2010; 1:53 PM ET
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