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Part 1 - David McCormick

Free and enslaved Black musicians greatly enriched the musical culture of Virginia from the early days of slavery onward. The sounds of enslaved fiddlers were heard on Mulberry Row and in the great house at Monticello. Sally Hemings’ son with Thomas Jefferson, Eston Hemings, became a well-known fiddler upon moving to Chillicothe, Ohio and the band he led was part of a distinguished lineage of string bands in that region. Thomas Jefferson visited Jesse Scott, a free Black man and accomplished fiddler, often in his Main Street home in downtown Charlottesville. The Scott family would play their fiddles for Jefferson, and even provided the musical entertainment for Lafayette’s visit to Charlottesville in 1824. Other distinctive sounds of Black music during this time were the gourd banjo and jaw harp. Dozens of examples of the latter have been excavated in a variety of locations at Monticello.

Part 2 - Loren Ludwig

Black people, both enslaved and free, were active participants in nearly all aspects of music making in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Virginia. While there is something of a historiographic tradition of imagining certain musical activities as "white" (such as the aristocratic musical gatherings in Williamsburg and later Monticello that were so important to Jefferson), archival evidence suggests otherwise. Yet, as we know, patterns in the survival of evidence do not allow for an easy reconstruction of specific musical acts featuring Black people--musical recording technology would not emerge for nearly a century, much music was not notated, and few instruments have survived intact. This presents a historiographic and interpretive challenge: how do we tell the story of music making at Monticello and elsewhere in Virginia during the colonial and revolutionary periods that registers the complex and multivalent interactions between white and Black people? How do we avoid a reductive account of musical activities as "white" or "Black," while relying on written and material sources that often strategically silenced musical acts that involved Black people? Ludwig will discuss a range of eighteenth-century archival accounts (and a couple discoveries!) of Black participation in music making that suggest new historiographic approaches to the age old--and now somewhat urgent--challenge of recounting the racial complexity of American musical history.

Baroque violinist David McCormick is Artistic Director of Early Music Access Project (EMAP), a rotating group of musicians bringing a wide range of early music to Charlottesville and surrounding communities. In addition to his work with EMAP, David is a member of medieval ensemble Alkemie and Executive Director of Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival.

Loren Ludwig is a scholar/performer based in Baltimore, MD. He researches what he describes as "polyphonic intimacy," the idea that music in the Western tradition is constructed to foster social relationships among its performers and listeners. Loren is a co-founder of LeStrange Viols and Science Ficta and performs with ACRONYM, EMAP, and numerous ensembles in the US and abroad. He also serves as program coordinator for the program in the Arts, Humanities, & Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

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Book cover of 'Monticello in Mind'SMU’s campus centerpiece, Dallas Hall, has inspired a poem published alongside the works of Pulitzer Prize winners in the poetry anthology Monticello in Mind: Fifty Contemporary Poets on Jefferson (University of Virginia Press).

That’s Jefferson as in Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States.

What’s the connection between Dallas Hall and one of America’s founding fathers? It doesn’t take Nicolas Cage and a map hidden on the back of the Declaration of Independence to find out.

“When the founders of SMU went to Chicago to find an architect for their first building, they said they wanted Dallas Hall to look like The Rotunda at the University of Virginia (which was designed by Jefferson), but of course bigger,” says Willard Spiegelman, Hughes Professor of English in SMU’s Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences.

The author of the Dallas Hall-inspired poem explains, “My first thought was, ‘Jefferson went to the prairie.’”

The poem, titled Prairie Rotunda, is one of 50 poems featured in Monticello in Mind. An excerpt is below:

The Monticello ladies politely call him, still,

“Mister Jefferson,” spokesman for sanity.

And on north Texas plains, more arid

than his “little mountain” landscape, we too have

something of his legacy, in stone and Kansas brick.

— Kenny Ryan

> Visit SMU’s Department of English homepage:

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Founded in 1994 by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.—the private, nonprofit organization that has owned and operated Monticello since 1923—the ICJS has created a network of scholars, teachers, and students who engage a global audience in a dialogue with Jefferson’s ideas.  Through a fellowship program, international scholarly conferences, panel discussions, teacher workshops, lectures, and curriculum-based tours, the ICJS establishes relationships with people from around the world. As a safety measure during the COVID-19 pandemic, the ICJS has put online their regular programs usually offered in-person. The ICJS looks forward to welcoming you back to in-person programing in Fall 2021!


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Sad day for sure. Even more sad when we have rolling black outs later this summer and winter.

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So I assume they have power elswhere? Y'all gonna saine net all the bass tgey have there? I have a giant live well and can help transport!

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whaaattttt. thats crazy and a shame. How did those boats get on the lake?

Video was taken from the Sandlin side.

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So what is the boat ramp situation on old Monticello? Is the ramp still in the water and of any use?

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Photoshopped. I heard it was opening back up next year…….. Ironically that is the 2nd time the larger stack on the far right has fallen.

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Washington D.C. – Congressman John Faso (R-Kinderhook) last night participated in a community-wide opioid prevention forum at Monticello High School that was hosted by the RJK PTO and the Monticello Central School District.

All parents, guardians, and adult community members were invited to attend the event and listen to numerous presentations and panels that detailed information about opioid abuse and resources available to address opioid concerns.

“Opioid abuse is a genuine epidemic and a national crisis. Educational efforts are a big part of combating the opioid epidemic as for years opioids were overprescribed and their addictive qualities insufficiently highlighted,” said Faso. “Community initiatives have shown to be one of the more effective methods of stemming this crisis. I was glad to participate and am encouraged by the knowledge and work local officials are doing on the ground.”

Monticello Central School District Superintendent Tammy Mangus introduced the presenters and officials in attendance. As part of the event, Rep. Faso delivered opening remarks, which was followed by a presentation from New York State Trooper Craig A. Vedder, the School and Community Outreach Coordinator for Greene, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan, and Ulster counties.

“Trooper Vedder’s experience and on-the-ground role informed his presentation that detailed alcohol and drug abuse trends amongst students,” said Faso. “The presentation was concerning and effective in detailing the trouble that alcohol and drug abuse causes our youth. In order to fight the opioid and alcohol abuse in the long-term, we must recognize and combat trends that glorify alcohol and drugs or make them more approachable to kids.”

Following the presentation from Trooper Vedder, a panel made up of local Sullivan Co. officials offered information on resources available to the community:

Rolland Bojo, Vice President Patient Care Services & CNO, Catskill Regional Medical Center

Joseph Todora, Commissioner, Division of Health & Family Services, Sullivan County

Wendy Brown, Deputy Public Health Director, Sullivan County

Mike Schiff, Sheriff, Sullivan County

Jim Farrell, District Attorney, Sullivan County

Dr. Dean Scher, CEO Catholic Charities of Orange and Sullivan Counties


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