Musical attitudes and activities of representative American statesmen
Tozzi, Marie Attillia
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The purposes of this study were to (1) present a survey of social and cultural backgrounds in the American colonies during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the years of the nation's birth, and (2) investigate and document the attitudes toward music and the musical activities of such representative American colonial statesmen as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Hopkinson, Thomas Jefferson, and John Quincy Adams.
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