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The Hoagy Carmichael Room, designed as a lively memorial to Indiana's famous songwriter and performing artist, contains a representative sample of the large collection of memorabilia donated to the Archives of Traditional Music by the Carmichael family. The collection includes a piano, music manuscripts, recordings, photographs, scrapbooks, and paintings.
On this site, we are offering a "virtual tour" of this room using Apple's QuickTime VR technology. The virtual tour requires that you have Apple QuickTime version 4.1.1 or later installed on your computer and display resolution set to at least 800x600.
The room is the setting for the Archives-sponsored Noon Concert Series, which provides local musicians with a performance venue. The series gives the audience an opportunity to hear live music from various ethnic traditions, as well as folk, jazz, popular, and classical music, and music-related lectures. The Hoagy Carmichael Room, located in Morrison Hall on the Indiana University Bloomington campus, is also open by appointment (812-855-4679) during regular Archives hours.