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Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders (2012)

This one-hour TV show includes stories about Scottish folk singer Julie Fowlis, Senegal's "voice of Africa" Youssou N'dour, and jazz star Wynton Marsalis, as well as a performance by an Icelandic band, Of Monsters and Men.

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This episode of "Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders," which was first broadcast on October 5, 2012, features jazz legend Wynton Marsalis, African singer and human rights activist Youssou N'dour, Scottish folk singer Julie Fowlis, and Iceland's folk/rock band, Of Monsters and Men. Hosted by Marco Werman with reporters Mirissa Neff, Alexis Bloom and Arun Rath. Written by Anonymous

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$400,000 (estimated)
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