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  • Museum of Making Music - Notes Newsletter
    Past Exhibitions Education Schools Educators Preschool Fieldtrips K 12 MusicVentures Title One Fieldtrips S T E A M Guitar Lab Families Kids Programs for Adults New Horizons Band North Coast Strings Outreach Partnerships Music Teachers Support Become a Member Become a Volunteer Special Funds Donor Recognition Donate to MoMM News Press Room Media Coverage Notes Newsletter Shop Browse Store Policies Privacy Policy Notes Summer 2015 Notes Spring 2015 Notes Winter

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  • Museum of Making Music - Store Policies
    satisfied with your museum membership please contact 760 438 5996 ext 220 to cancel you membership anytime prior to your expiration Membership refunds may be subject to pro rated amount Undated Museum Admission ticket orders may be refunded in full at anytime prior to use C Physical Merchandise If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase we will gladly accept a return for exchange or for refund less the cost of shipping provided the item is returned within thirty 30 days from the date of shipment Receipts must accompany all returns 1 Cancelling a Merchandise Order If for some reason you place an order and suddenly decide to cancel before your order has been shipped and or processed please contact us at 760 438 5996 ext 219 and we will cancel your transaction at no cost to you 2 Damaged Merchandise If your order is damaged when you receive it it is most likely the result of a shipping accident Please contact us by phone 760 438 5996 ext 219 or e mail This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it within 24 hours of receipt to discuss the return and replacement of the item If your order is delivered to you with obvious damage to the shipping container please do not open the package You may refuse the package and have the carrier return the package to sender Please call 760 438 5996 to arrange a replacement shipment If damage to your order is discovered after the package has been opened please contact us within 24 hours of receipt 3 Returning Merchandise To return an item you must call us at 760 438 5996 ext 219 or send us an e mail This email address is being protected

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  • Museum of Making Music - Museum of Making Music Undergoes Renovation to Create New Interactive Musical Experiences
    reopening celebration on Aug 20 2011 Since opening in 2000 the Museum has exposed visitors to the history of music through educational programs exhibitions and our live performance series said Carolyn Grant executive director at the Museum of Making Music This renovation allows us to further expand the popular interactive portion of our Museum s vision giving visitors a chance to pick up instruments and explore their own musicality during their visit Four of the Museum s galleries which showcase more than a century of musical innovations will be enhanced to highlight a breakthrough instrument from each era and create new awareness of musical instrument innovation The Museum s fifth gallery will be fully renovated offering nearly 1 100 square feet of updated stories of instrument innovation and usage as well as newly developed state of the art interactive displays Visitors will be invited to sample music from around the world and play a variety of instruments independently or with their friends and family Interactive instruments have been provided by Taylor Guitars Korg Kurzeil Moog The Martin Guitar Company Deering Banjos Rickenbacker International Corporation Alternate Mode and many more The project designed by Academy Studios of Novato Calif will also include the creation of a new space to showcase temporary exhibits which the Museum self curates This important renovation project will further the Museum s mission to get people excited about the rich history of musical instruments and encourage family and friends to explore music making said Dean Weldon president and CEO of Academy Studios Through hands on engagement visitors to the Museum of Making Music will develop a personal connection to music and become participants members Museum supporters active music makers concert goers and life long learners For more information on the renovation project at the Museum of Making

    Original URL path: http://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/pressroom/124-04132011 (2016-02-18)
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  • Museum of Making Music - Museum of Making Music Undergoes Renovation to Create New Interactive Musical Experiences
    exhibitions and our live performance series said Carolyn Grant executive director at the Museum of Making Music This renovation allows us to further expand the popular interactive portion of our Museum s vision giving visitors a chance to pick up instruments and explore their own musicality during their visit Four of the Museum s galleries which showcase more than a century of musical innovations will be enhanced to highlight a breakthrough instrument from each era and create new awareness of musical instrument innovation The Museum s fifth gallery will be fully renovated offering nearly 1 100 square feet of updated stories of instrument innovation and usage as well as newly developed state of the art interactive displays Visitors will be invited to sample music from around the world and play a variety of instruments independently or with their friends and family Interactive instruments have been provided by Taylor Guitars Korg Kurzeil Moog The Martin Guitar Company Deering Banjos Rickenbacker International Corporation Alternate Mode and many more The project designed by Academy Studios of Novato Calif will also include the creation of a new space to showcase temporary exhibits which the Museum self curates This important renovation project will further the Museum s mission to get people excited about the rich history of musical instruments and encourage family and friends to explore music making said Dean Weldon president and CEO of Academy Studios Through hands on engagement visitors to the Museum of Making Music will develop a personal connection to music and become participants members Museum supporters active music makers concert goers and life long learners For more information on the renovation project at the Museum of Making Music visit www MuseumofMakingMusic org About the Museum of Making Music Since its opening to the public in 2000 the Museum of Making

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  • Museum of Making Music - 'Spirit of the Stick' to feature live performance and discussion with Chapman Stick inventor
    by Chapman March 12 7 p m at the Museum s Carlsbad location 5790 Armada Drive Joining Chapman will be Tom Griesgraber one of the world s most respected and active performers on the Chapman Stick The presentation will include the progressive and jazz tunes of both musicians as well as a look into the origin and techniques of this unique instrument A member of the guitar and bass family the Chapman Stick evokes the sounds of four major instruments guitar piano bass and drums on a single instrument Chapman a jazz musician who was originally a guitarist first created the instrument in 1974 to embody the advantages of the tapping method used on guitar Tickets to Spirit of the Stick are 20 for general admission and 15 for Museum members For more information please call 760 438 5996 or visit www MuseumofMakingMusic org About Emmett Chapman Emmett Chapman is a jazz musician best known as the inventor of the Chapman Stick and maker of Chapman Stick family of instruments Originally a guitarist Chapman began recording and performing in the late 1960s Shortly after Chapman modified guitars to accommodate his new Free Hands tapping method While some guitarists had done two handed tapping with the fingers of the right hand parallel to the strings Chapman s method had the fingers of both hands perpendicular to the strings This culminated in the creation of the Chapman Stick with the first stick manufactured in 1974 About the Museum of Making Music Since its opening to the public in 2000 the Museum of Making Music has become a cultural destination with interactive and educational programs and exhibits The Museum showcases the evolution of musical instruments from the late 19 th century to present day in five galleries and regularly hosts intimate concerts and

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  • Museum of Making Music - 'Spirit of the Stick' to feature live performance and discussion with Chapman Stick inventor
    evokes the sounds of four major instruments guitar piano bass and drums on a single instrument Chapman a jazz musician who was originally a guitarist first created the instrument in 1974 to embody the advantages of the tapping method used on guitar Tickets to Spirit of the Stick are 20 for general admission and 15 for Museum members For more information please call 760 438 5996 or visit www MuseumofMakingMusic org About Emmett Chapman Emmett Chapman is a jazz musician best known as the inventor of the Chapman Stick and maker of Chapman Stick family of instruments Originally a guitarist Chapman began recording and performing in the late 1960s Shortly after Chapman modified guitars to accommodate his new Free Hands tapping method While some guitarists had done two handed tapping with the fingers of the right hand parallel to the strings Chapman s method had the fingers of both hands perpendicular to the strings This culminated in the creation of the Chapman Stick with the first stick manufactured in 1974 About the Museum of Making Music Since its opening to the public in 2000 the Museum of Making Music has become a cultural destination with interactive and educational programs and

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  • Museum of Making Music - Fact Sheet
    and video clips the Museum provides a unique memorable and educational adventure that everyone can enjoy Making Music History Come Alive Throughout the Museum push button kiosks bring the most memorable and influential musical and instrumental examples of the 20 th Century to life An Interactive Area allows visitors to play and experience the joy of making music on a variety of hands on instruments The Museum s Galleries Five galleries span a century of American musical genres innovations and the history of the music products industry Each gallery chronologically tells the story of developments leading to the present marketplace 1890 to 1909 America s Music Industry Comes of Age 1910 to 1929 A Long Boom Before the Bust 1930 to 1949 The We ll Try Anything Years 1950 to 1969 The Baby Boom Sparks Dynamic Growth 1970 to 1989 Conglomerates Retire Technology Inspires Admission Hours Adults 8 Seniors age 60 and over 5 Students ages 6 18 5 Active Military with ID 5 Children 5 and under FREE The Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 AM until 5 PM The Museum is closed on Mondays and on major holidays including New Years Day Independence Day Thanksgiving Day

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  • BOY GUITAR

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