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Music As A Language

Lectures to Music Students

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Author: Ethel Home
Published: 1916
Language: English
Wordcount: 18,987 / 61 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.3
LoC Category: ML
Downloads: 1,946
Added to site: 2005.07.07
mnybks.net#: 10868
Genre: Music
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hould increase the amount of practising each day; the latter, if they continue to learn, should not exceed half an hour. The piano lessons will in most cases consist of two half-hours a week.

4. _Concerts, Music Clubs, &c._

It is a good plan to arrange for a short recital to be given every term, at which not only the more advanced pupils will play, but children at all stages of development. It is wise to insist on all music being played by heart, as in this way an invaluable training will be given from the very first.

In the case of a prize-giving or large school function it is of course necessary to show only the best work.

A music club is a great stimulus to the musical life of a school. A good plan is to arrange a series of short lectures on such subjects as the origins of harmony, acoustics, the chief difference between music of different schools and periods, &c., and to follow these by accounts of the lives and works of the great composers. Children are delighted to come to such meet

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