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        Found Sound: Joshua Jones

        In this From the Top at Carnegie Hall gallery, watch two video segments about 16-year-old Joshua Jones.

        In the performance video segment, Jones plays "Rhythm Song" on the marimba. Listen for the different rhythms in the piece.

        In the profile video segment, visit Jones at home in Chicago where he describes his love for percussion and the marimba. Whether he's accompanying the gospel choir in his church or playing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Percussion Scholarship Group, Joshua hears rhythms all around him.

        You can see the full episode and a more complete lesson plan at the From the Top at Carnegie Hall Web site.

        Found Sound: Joshua Jones Performance

        In this performance video segment from <em>From the Top at Carnegie Hall</em>, Joshua Jones plays "Rhythm Song" on the marimba. Listen for the different rhythms in the piece.

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        Found Sound: Joshua Jones Profile

        In this video segment from "From the Top at Carnegie Hall", visit 16-year-old Joshua Jones at home in Chicago where he describes his love for percussion and the marimba. Whether he's accompanying the gospel choir in his church or playing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Percussion Scholarship Group, Joshua hears rhythms all around him.

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        Funder: Exclusive corporate funding provided by Liberty Mutual. Additional funding provided by the Bernard Osher Foundation, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, Helen and Peter Bing, and the E.H.A. Foundation.
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