Thousands of dollars worth of parts, more than a year of hard work, attention to hundreds of intricate details -- this is what it takes to build a musical organ. A small company in Tennessee has been building these grand musical instruments for nearly 30 years and recently walked VOA’s Lesia Bakalets through the fascinating and complicated process. Anna Rice narrates this report.
After the devastation of World War II, architects in Yugoslavia got to work helping to rebuild the country which straddled the Cold War divide between the East and West. The architecture reflects styles from both sides and the architects' vision of the future. The Museum of Modern Art in New York examines their work in an exhibit called “Toward a Concrete Utopia.” Ardita Dunellari has the story.