New York's First Music Week (Classic Reprint)
Whatever is beneficial to New York is beneficial in a proportionate degree to every community, large or small, in the United States. This is so in business. It is so in art. It is so in music.
The history of New York's First Music Week, here recorded to the minutest detail by the able director of the National Bureau for the Advancement of Music, should prove an inspiration and a guide for similar undertakings throughout the country.
The potent influence of music for good in the everyday life of the nation is but beginning to make itself felt. It will spread with the appreciation of music's benefit to mankind.
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