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Piano arrangement on hand-punched paper by Frank Milne. A dynamic, mesmerizing piano roll rendition of Jalousie, a tango. Performed and interpreted on a player piano from the 1920s. A Tribute to 'Finding Empathy' at the MIT Saxe Lab. ...
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ARTCRAFT piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A very bubbly, healthful piano roll rendition of Just Make It Moxie for Mine. Douglas Henderson is the arranger cum laude. Performed and interpreted on a player piano from the 1920s. No...
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Big brother Michael is a guest on his brother Wayne's TV Show. Michael shows two items of an acoustic nature. We hear an entire 78 rpm record on a 1920s phonograph he just restored, showcasing a variety of instruments and sound effects. ...
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Not for the faint-hearted. A Ragtime Nervous Breakdown. ARTCRAFT piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A dynamic, jarring, mesmerizing piano roll rendition of Going To Pieces. Douglas Henderson is the arranger cum laude. Performed and...
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Player piano technology employed data holes punched on paper starting with automatic player organs in the 1880's or earlier. ARTCRAFT piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A dynamic medley of melodies, including Tom Lehrer's Fight Fie...
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The first half of 2011 has seen dramatic events — some tragic, others encouraging — take place across the globe. From revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia to an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan, breaking news has been reported...
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Knight Foundation's Michael Maness emcees an audience discussion about the 2011 MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, and we announce the winners of the conference's collaboration contest, where attendees can work together to win small pots...
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Successful civic media tools ― especially ones designed by this conference's attendees ― reengineer how mass-mobilization happens. But does that mean we should turn the page on old lessons? Originally envisioned as a way to connect the ...
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A plenary from the 2011 MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, featuring: Sasha Costanza-Chock, MIT Comparative Media Studies Chris Csikszentmihályi, MIT Center for Civic Media Ethan Zuckerman, Berkman Center/MIT Center for Civic Media
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