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The Private Life of Mark Twain

Mark Twain is a household name, but the famous 19th century author was hardly ever known for his musical talent. In reality, Twain was a guitar player and singer whose style ranged from slavery blues to political satire to burlesque. Take the virtual tour of this exhibition on the Museum of Musical Instruments Web site. Click on the objects, which include an article from a music magazine, a photo of Twain’s own guitar, the text of one of his poems and more, to see how music played a role in Twain’s public and private life.


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