The childhood home of the musician who put New Orleans jazz on the map will soon open to the public
Kick off the New Year with Smithsonian Associates' virtual multi-part courses, studio arts classes and study tours
"Advance Australia Fair" no longer calls a nation with a 65,000-year history "young and free"
Canonical books, songs and films became free to use in 2021
On the 250th anniversary of the famous composer’s birth, the story of how his music first took hold across the Atlantic
Workers spent four months painstakingly dismantling the musical instrument, which is only set to sound again in 2024
These top titles deliver history lessons, wordplay and a musical romp through the animal kingdom
Created by a Russian engineer, the theremin has delighted and confounded audiences since 1920
The former Beatle had a packed schedule as he finalized a new song and posed for some final photographs that would become iconic
The archives of harmonica player and close Dylan friend Tony Glover act as a "time capsule" of 20th-century music, says RR Auction
The fashionable garment conjures the guitarist's dazzling performance at the Monterey County Fairgrounds
At home with their collectibles, many people are expanding, shrinking or reorganizing their treasure troves
The rock star, who died on October 6 at age 65, said that perfection is boring and mistakes are the "most exciting element of music"
Organizers found ways to make the instruments' voices heard after the cancellation of planned concerts in California
Sotheby's sale includes records, posters and a high school detention sheet decrying John Lennon's "continuous silly behaviour in class"
The spellbinding refrains of the kulning call reflect a tradition that offered women freedom and independence
The unsung writer, known to many as "Anonymous," led a life of indelible verse