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Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin is a collection of educational media resources for general music programs serving grades 4-8, and is a collaboration with Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA).
This multimedia collection includes video interviews with Wisconsin musicians, performances, audio files, and educator guides designed to help activate the media with learners.
Explore connections between music, identities, cultures and emotions.
Recognize shared and unique elements of distinct pieces of music.
Relate content to personal experiences choosing, playing and sharing music.
Black River Revue
Music Rooted in Place and People
Four friends from Superior and Duluth who put their own twist on bluegrass music.
Gathering Inspiration from Nature
A musician from the Menominee Reservation whose music is rooted in nature.
Richard Hildner Armacanqui & Juan Tomás Martínez
Fusing Family Influences and World Travel
A pair of Madison-based musicians influenced by their families and world travels.
Remembering and Celebrating Through Music
Two sisters from Milwaukee fusing music genres and connecting past, present and future.
From Classical Indian Literature to Live Performance
A singer and dancer in Brookfield who brings stories from ancient Indian texts to life.
Making Her Voice Heard
A singer/songwriter in the Wausau area who uses her voice to keep the Hmong language alive.
“Music is a global language…everyone can communicate. You can express your feelings and your thoughts, your energy and your love. You can connect and communicate with the rest of the world, without limits or frontiers.”