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National Music Museum
National Music Museum Founded in 1973 on the USD campus , the National Music Museum is a destination attraction renowned for its collection of more than 14,500 musical instruments. The collections include many of the world’s earliest, best preserved and historically most important instruments ranging from Stradivari violins and bohemian bagpipes to B.B. King’s “Lucille” model Gibson guitar and Bill Clinton’s saxophone. Recognized as “A Landmark of American Music” by the National Music Council, the museum is housed in a restored Carnegie library building originally constructed in 1910. In addition to its nine galleries, the building includes a concert hall for performing and recording on historical instruments, study areas, a library and a conservation laboratory. The museum regularly presents collection-specific concerts and popular brown-bag lunch programs throughout the school year.
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