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Worldwide Musical Instruments Find a Home in Phoenix

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December 26, 2013
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With its collection of 15,000 instruments ranging from John Lennon's piano to rare antique violins, music aficionados are flocking to the Phoenix Musical Instruments Museum in Arizona.


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