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MUSEUM MUSIC is very pleased to announce the release of its newest CD, MONET & MUSIC.  This product was produced for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco  in conjunction with a pair of major exhibits on the artist, Claude Monet, opening this year and next at the museum:  Claude Monet: The Early Years, and Claude Monet: The Later Years.  The  CD traces the music of this period,  beginning with Romanitc works, and concluding with Impressionist pieces.  Musical works by Debussy, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Chabrier, Bizet, and others are featured. 

MUSEUM MUSIC is very pleased to announce the release of  IN FULL SWING.  This CD was produced in conjunction with the traveling Stuart Davis: In Full Swing exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.  Stuart Davis had a lifelong interest in, and his work was significantly influenced by, jazz music.  The CD contains an amazing compilation of jazz tunes that have a strong connection to Stuart Davis, including recordings by Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Earl “Fatha” Hines, Count Basie, Oscar Peterson, Fats Waller, Art Tatum, and more.  Check it out.

MUSEUM MUSIC is pleased to announce the release of POP! GOES THE EASELProduced for the world-renown Museum of Modern Art in New York City, this groundbreaking children's CD features updated musical arrangements of classic children’s songs with new, original lyrics, inspired by some of the most famous works of art from MoMA’s collection.  Featuring original performances by Broadway's biggest and award-winning stars, including Ben Vereen, Sutton Foster, Dulé Hill, Andrea Martin, James Monroe Iglehart, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Chuck Cooper, Kelli O'Hara, Richard Kind, Alice Ripley, Jessie Mueller, and John Leguizamo.



MUSEUM MUSIC is in discussion with the Musical Instrument Museum to produce a follow up to the MUSIC OF MIM CD.


MUSEUM MUSIC will be exhibiting at the next NYNOW trade show commencing on Sunday, February 5 and running through Wednesday, February 8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City.  Please feel free to stop in at Booth # 7266 (Artobjects Unlimited) in the "Museum Source" section on the lower level, and say hello.