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Lizzo Plays 200-Year-Old Flute Owned by a Former President

Lizzo just played an instrument with a whole lot of history. During the 34-year-old singer's Tuesday concert at Washington, D.C.'s Capital One Arena, Lizzo played a crystal flute gifted to President James Madison by Claude Laurent in 1813, which currently resides at the Library of Congress.«I want everybody to make some noise for James Madison’s crystal flute, y'all,» Lizzo told the crowd as Library curator Carol Lynn Ward-Bamford brought the instrument out onstage.

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