National Music Council

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The National Music Council of the United States is a United States national organization listed under Title 36 of the United States Code, founded in 1940 and chartered by the 84th Congress in 1956. The Council is composed of organizations of national scope interested in the development of music in the country. It represents the state to the International Music Council of UNESCO.[1]

Members[edit]

American Eagle Awards[edit]

Each year the Council presents the American Eagle Awards for distinguished service to American Music. the recipients include:[2]

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