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Music in the public schools

By Thomas Lormar Jones

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Citation: Jones, Thomas Lormar. Music in the public schools. Senior thesis, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1896.Introduction: Music is everywhere; in the forest where the little birds sing and cheer up the lonely traveler who passes by; even the babbling of the brook, the sighing of the breeze, produce sounds which are pleasing to the ear. What a world this would be without music. How lonely, how burdensome would be the task if there was nothing to break the monotony of the working man

Topics: Music, Birds, Monotony, Working man, Theses, Manuscripts (documents)
Year: 1896
OAI identifier: oai:krex.k-state.edu:2097/38034
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