Seattle Office of Film + Music


DISCOVER SEATTLE MUSIC HISTORY THROUGH NEW ESSAY
November 15, 2011, 12:22 pm
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Seattle City of Music
Seattle has long been a city rife with musical overtones. Instrumental dings and vocal chirps are always within an ears reach of inhabitants, and the melodies and harmonies that echo speak for the culture of place of the ever-evolving zeitgeist. Whether it is the Native Americans of the area performing local dance and song, or Nirvana-inspired punk-rock resonating from Showbox speakers, the common colloquial second language of the Pacific Northwest is undeniably music.  To read more about how music permeates the very core of what it means to be part of a city like Seattle, take a look at the recently posted Seattle: City of Music essay on the SCOM site.

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