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The Oldest Song in the World is Performed

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1071 5th Avenue New York, NY, 10128 United States (map)

“The Hurrian Hymn," is the earliest known example of music notation, dating to around the 13th century B.C. At the Guggenheim Museum it is being hummed or whistled by members of the museum's floor staff and guards while at their regular posts at noon and 2pm.

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Earlier Event: March 3
A Museum Artwork is On View
Later Event: March 4
A Museum Artwork is On View