I'm Tony Miceli, and I'm a vibe player in Philadelphia, Pa. I play, teach and I run

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Jazz greats preserved in sound archive

The Library of Congress has announced its annual 25 selections of historically or aesthetically significant sounds recordings to be preserved in the National Recording Registry. Jelly Roll Morton, Sarah Vaughan...see who else made it.

They are accepting nominations for the 2007 registry - it just has to be a recording at least 10 years old. Got anything worthy? Submit it! Last year two public nominations were included in the registry — recordings of a foghorn in the Midwest and a high school marching band from Modesto, Calif., playing Beethoven in a competition.


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