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Taylor Mac: Music of the 1820s

Posted on July 19, 2012 by Dana

Okay. THIS looks fascinating.

Artist Taylor Mac is (and has been for a couple of years) working toward a 24 hour concert in 2014 that will feature a history of popular music–24 decades to be exact. But on Monday, July 23rd, the focus is on the music of the 1820s at Joe’s Pub.

From Joe’s Pub:

Taylor Mac: Music of the 1820s

A bedazzled creature builds a community by singing 24 concerts of the last 24 decades of popular music. Ultimately all 24 decades will be stitched together culminating in a 24-hour long extravaganza (in 2014) but for now join Taylor Mac, musical director Alexander Horwitz, and band as they use popular music from the 1820s to honor Louise Braille who, in 1825, invented the Braille system. A note: all audience members will be blindfolded for the duration of this ninety-minute concert.

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