Enter Jeff Slatnick’s Wonderful World of New-Fangled and Resurrected Instruments

Jeff Slatnick has been the “guy in the store” over at Music Inn World Instruments for over 40 years, a landmark music store in the West Village of NYC. When you step into the Music Inn, you’re stepping into “a museum, rich with music history from around the world.” You’ll encounter instruments from far-flung countries, instruments that died out centuries ago, and new-fangled instruments designed for the hustle and bustle of today’s New York City. The short profile film above comes from NYorkers, a series of shorts dedicated to featuring “New Yorkers that you don’t read about in headlines…”

via The Atlantic

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  • marilyn raff says:

    Hello Jeffrey,
    I’m your cousin from Denver, Marilyn Raff, formerly Lehrhoff. My mother was Ann Slatnick. “I’m good friends with Linda Slatnick. I love New York too and, after 35 years being away, I just visited New York for 5 days in April and loved it!
    I love your video. I am artsy, and paint, write, garden, listen to music, make decoupage, and make jewelry. My website is http://www.marilynraff.com
    Nice to meet you! Marilyn Raff

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