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Doh, Ray Me Scale at Home – January 1922

We had a doh, ray, me scale at home and I can see it hanging on the wall and my father or mother with a ruler giving us singing exercises on it and I feel yet the keen delight of … Continue reading

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Piano for Company – February 1910

There is one use to which a piano is frequently devoted which I jealously resent, and that is being kept for an entertainer of company. “It is so useful when we have people or when somebody comes in,” is a … Continue reading

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You Call That Music, Do You? – January 1902

It is supposed here that you have “finished” your education in music as in other things, and that there are to be no more lessons, and no more recognised leisure for daily practice. You have assumed certain domestic and social … Continue reading

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