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From A Chat In The Parlor To Viral Music Videos: An Analysis Of Music As A Social Occasion, Emma Plotnik Dec 2015

From A Chat In The Parlor To Viral Music Videos: An Analysis Of Music As A Social Occasion, Emma Plotnik

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Imagine an intimate room filled with people playing cards and casually chatting, while one of Chopin’s piano sonatas plays elegantly in the background. This scenario is characteristic of the atmosphere surrounding Classical and Romantic European salons. Salons served as havens of musical discourse from the Baroque era to the early twentieth century. However, with the advancement of technology from the mid-twentieth century to the present, there has been a decline, or, arguably, even a cessation of salon life.

The aim of this project was to recreate the salon environment through the generation of the online discussion forum, "Music Soirée ...


Volume 68, Number 09 (September 1950), John Briggs Sep 1950

Volume 68, Number 09 (September 1950), John Briggs

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Audiences I Have Known

Arnold Schoenberg's New World of Dodecaphonic Music

Tuner's Tantrum

Music is My Hobby

I Learned Piano at 50

Master Lesson on Shostakovitch's Polka from The Golden Age


Volume 56, Number 05 (May 1938), James Francis Cooke May 1938

Volume 56, Number 05 (May 1938), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Liszt's Green Gloves

Song of Praise for Grace Before Meals

Goal is Always Music (interview with Yehudi Menuhin)

Operatic Spectacles Two Centuries Ago—Pictorial

Musical Memory: Why, When and Where: How They Memorize at the Paris Conservatoire

Arpeggio Fingerings

How to Start a Prosperous Summer School: How a Teacher in a Small Vermont City Built a Prosperous Summer School Despite the Depression

Making Pupils' Recitals Interesting

Threshold of Music: A Melodic Alphabet—The Major Scale

Forgotten Fingers

In Defense of Mendelssohn

Some Be's for Your Studio Hive

School Accompanist: How th e Piano Teacher May Enrich His Pupil ...


Volume 54, Number 07 (July 1936), James Francis Cooke Jul 1936

Volume 54, Number 07 (July 1936), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Romance of In the Gloaming

Road to Correct Fingering

Why Every Child Should Have a Musical Training

Short Cuts to Easy Practice

First Love of Franz Liszt

At What Age Shall My Child Begin to Learn the Piano?

Different Bach

Developing Interest in Practicing

Stamps for Success

Sources of Beethoven's Inspiration

Secrets of the Conductor (interview with Fritz Reiner)

Musical Make-Believe

How the Tuner Can Help You

Indefinable Liszt (interview with Frederick Lamond)

How About Figured Bass?

Safe Rule for Clear Pedaling

Musicians and Their Food

Pitfalls in Teaching Piano Tone Production

Pupil's Piano

Progressive Music Chart

Darkness ...


Volume 52, Number 08 (August 1934), James Francis Cooke Aug 1934

Volume 52, Number 08 (August 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

When Liszt Renounced the World

Arpeggio Practice

Energetic Fingers

How to Find the Keys and the Forms of the Minor Scales

Midsummer Musical Laughs

Jargon of Jazz: An Amusing Article Upon the New and Absurd Nomenclature Which Has Grown Up About the Jazz Orchestra

Music for the Local History Pageant

What Use is the Quarter Tone Scale? Is this Innovation in Modern Music Likely to Remain Merely a Curiosity?

Expressive Dictation

Remedy for Tense Muscles

Romance of Mendelssohn: A Favored Son of the Gods

Speeding Up the Left Hand

Wagner in Venice

Georges Bizet and the True Story of Carmen ...


Volume 50, Number 01 (January 1932), James Francis Cooke Jan 1932

Volume 50, Number 01 (January 1932), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Lesson on the Chopin Scherzo in B Flat Minor

Very First Lessons at the Keyboard: Practical Advice to Active Teachers

What Music Offers Boys

Do You Know?

Tournament Tickets

Legacy from Pan

Missed Lessons

Bit of Psychology

Matching Musical Terms

Pied Piper of India

Original Manuscript of Home, Sweet Home

Music Student's Tools and Technic

Disadvantageous Bench

Outside Music Report

Stunt Lesson

Hawaii's Musical Background

Some Popular Musical Misconceptions

Schubert and American Romance

Musical Lotto

New Work by a Notable American Composer

Agencies for Helping the Musician

Boy Night

To Develop the Left Hand

How to Make Review ...


Volume 48, Number 10 (October 1930), James Francis Cooke Oct 1930

Volume 48, Number 10 (October 1930), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Majestry of Liszt

Spirit of Hungarian Music (interview with Yolanda Mérö)

Dots and Their Values

Little Visits to European Musical Shrines: Hungary's Rich Gifts to Music

Three Notes Against Two

Auditions for the Sound Films

Endless Fascination of Hungarian Gypsy Music

Hungerian National Instrument—The Czimbalalom: A Musical RelicWhose Ancestry May Be Traced Back to Nineveh

Sparks from the Musical Anvil of Today

Eminent Hungarian Pianist

Notable Hungarian Musicians of Past and Present

Do You Like This Musical Club?

This Chromatic Age: Exercises that Prepare the Piano Student for a New Era in Which the Chromatic Scales Will be ...


Volume 47, Number 03 (March 1929), James Francis Cooke Mar 1929

Volume 47, Number 03 (March 1929), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Precise Fingering When Wagner Shot a Rabbit

Brahms as a School Boy

Mozart's Poverty

How Finck Discovered MacDowell

Pupil's Repertoire

Golden Age of Music Study Has Arrived: New Worlds for Music Lovers and Music Students

Musical Research

Triplets

Salient Points for Practice Hours

Music on the Moon-Kissed Riviera

Master Themes the World Loves Best

How the Young Liszt Taught

Left Hand First

Student's Repertoire

Little Recitals

Three Master Singers on Preparing for a Lyric Career

Making the Most of an Exercise

Famous Method of Touch

What are Grace Notes?

Mastering Chromatic Thirds

New Understanding of Italian Terms ...


Volume 44, Number 04 (April 1926), James Francis Cooke Apr 1926

Volume 44, Number 04 (April 1926), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Hungary' Love for Music

Waiting for Inspiration

Slow Down

Don't Play Your Hardest Pieces in Public

Regular Practice Counts

Psychology of Reading Music at Sight

Dead Notes

Little Life Stories of the Great Masters

Strength of Silence

Hungary, the Land of Rhythm and Melody (interview with Yolanda Mëro)

Reveling in Music

Chord Playing

Imitation in Musical Compositions

Aids for the Slow Reader

Irresistible Lure of Gypsy Music

Practical Method of Teaching Treble and Bass Notes

Five Reasons Why You Should Study the Piano

Nervousness

Get a Musical Education First (interview with Margarete Matzenauer)

Our Musical Esperanto

On Temper in ...


Volume 44, Number 03 (March 1926), James Francis Cooke Mar 1926

Volume 44, Number 03 (March 1926), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Under No Consideration Would I Give Up Music (interview with Ralph Modjeski)

Are Scales Worth-While?

Winter Musicales

Equal Finger Development

Most Musical Town in the World

Mixing Heart with Art

Getting the Student's Measure

Some Points in Pianoforte Duet Playing

Thought Starters

Chopin's Preludes as Interpreted by Liszt

Hard Pierce!

Helps Along the Road

True Chopin

Slow Practice on Old Pieces

Resolves for the New Year

Some Inspirations of Composers

Little Life Stories of the Great Masters

Chopin Reflections

Chopin in His Last Years

Can Expressive Playing be Taught?

Teach Children to Compose

Music of Ireland

Music Teachers ...


Volume 42, Number 04 (April 1924), James Francis Cooke Apr 1924

Volume 42, Number 04 (April 1924), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

If Franz Liszt Should Come Back Again (interview with Moritz Rosenthal)

Stiff Thumb

Use of Damper Pedal for Young Pianists

Scales for the Little Ones

Distinctive Traits of Great Masters

How a Great French Poet Inspired a German Genius: Wagner's Letter from the Poet Baudelaire

Mastering a New Piece of Music

How Much Technic

In Tune with the Laws of Sound—Voices are Born and Then Made

Fun in Music

Who Wrote Amaryllis?

When Should Pupils Discontinue Music Lessons

Common Musical Sense

Motet That Stopped Storms

What to Teach at the Very First Lessons

Some Don'ts for the ...


Volume 39, Number 04 (April 1921), James Francis Cooke Apr 1921

Volume 39, Number 04 (April 1921), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Eminent Educational Experts Endorse the Golden Hour

Golden Hour: America's Most Serious Problem—A Possible Solution in Which You May Have a Vital Part

Modern Roads to Vocal Success (interview with Julia Claussen)

Sharps, Flats, Naturals

Helpful Criticism

Accent on the Third Beat

Cast Iron Methods

Lingering Lovingly on Details

Experience Plus Enthusiasm

Practical Phases of Pianoforte Technic (interview with Josef Lhevinne)

Taste

Inspiration in Piano Playing

Patience in the Study of Music

Studios, Yesterday and To-day

Psychology of Dress in Public Appearance

Alla Breve

What Was Liszt's Technic Life?

Interest Power in Music

Dialogue on the Pedals ...


Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke Nov 1920

Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

From Liszt to Leschetizky: Forty Years with Great Pianists

Unmusical Fugue

Chart for Remembering Key Signatures

Music and the Home

Practical Exercises in Modern Phrasing

Tonal Perception

Don't Be Fooled by Applause

How Can I Study the Art of Instrumentation?

Preparedness: The Secret of Speed

Getting Results in Pianoforte Study: Some Modern Ways of Reaching the Goal Through New Artistic Means

Musical Misnomers

Lessons We Dread

Early Hours for Practice

Passing on the Credit

Some Tricky Musical Signs, Ties, Slurs and Accidentals

Planning Practice to Get Best Results

Why are Sharps Harder than Flats

Effective Finger Exercises

Fingers versus ...


Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke Aug 1920

Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Three Touches Employed in Melody Playing

How to Create New Teaching Business

Direct Method in Music Study

Basis of Success in Music Reading

Fighting Fate to Triumph

Never Too Late

To Parents—Don't Give Up Your Music

To the Pupil Without a Teacher

School and Studio: Studies in the Cirriculum of the Public School Which Compare with Musical Studies

Practical Aspects of Modern Pianoforte Study (interview with M. Alfred Cortot)

Accenting Compound Measures

By-Product of Counting Aloud

Passing Notes

How Much Do You Practice?

More Advanced Technical Exercises and the Relation of Technical Exercises to Studies

Starting Them In ...


Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke Jul 1920

Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Know How in the Art of Singing (interview with Mary Garden)

Summer Activities of the Music Teacher

Music and Mechanics

Why Use the Letter C in 4/4 Time?

What Every Piano Student Should Know About Pedaling

Technic or No Technic? Which?

Best Remedy I Have Ever Found for Nervousness in Public Performance

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

Good Beginning

Memories of Rubinstein and Liszt

Why Go to Pieces?

Make Your Left Hand Intelligent

Musical Patriotism

Strengthening the Weaker Digits

Where Does Father Come In?

Helpful Hints on Arpeggio Fingering

Illustration and Story in Piano Teaching

That Loud ...


Volume 37, Number 07 (July 1919), James Francis Cooke Jul 1919

Volume 37, Number 07 (July 1919), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Pathetique of Tschaikowski

Opening Number of Our Recital

How to Choose a Piano

Making the Pupil's Interest Wider

Don't Give Up Music at the Altar: A Symposium by Noted Women in Music

Year in the Fundamentals of Musical Composition

What Do You Put Into Your Music?

Jamie's First Piano Lesson

Drudgery of Teaching

Ear Imperial: Why Ear Training is of Paramount Importance

Moods of Temperament

Time Directions and Their Meaning

How the Art of Playing the Piano Developed

Enthusiastic Teaching

Prosperity and Business Methods of Great Composers

Some Facts About the Nocturne

Interest Through Opera

Secrets of ...


Volume 34, Number 08 (August 1916), James Francis Cooke Aug 1916

Volume 34, Number 08 (August 1916), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Instruments of Mythology

What Time Means to the Musician

Some Facts About Rubinstein

Was Liszt the Paganini of the Piano?

More About American Musical Atmosphere

Dr. Cornelius Rübner on American Musical Atmosphere

Training of the Thumb in Pianoforte and Organ Playing

Three Helpful Devices with Which Piano Students Should be Familiar

Music in America During Revolutionary Times

How One Mother Kept the Home Together

Necessary Little Instrument for Every Piano

Habit Formation in Relation to Pianoforte Playing

Philadelphia Movement in Music

Notation of Silence

Systematize Children's Practice

Curious Facts About Music

Real Help for the Pupil

Musical Memorizing ...


Volume 34, Number 03 (March 1916), James Francis Cooke Mar 1916

Volume 34, Number 03 (March 1916), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Radical Methods in Modern Pianoforte Study

Remarkable Pianoforte Arrangements of Franz Liszt

Artistic Origin of Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words

Liszt in Fiction: A Romance in Which the Great Pianist is the Central Figure

Practicing with One Hand

Shakespeare's Music the World Over

Clara Schumann's Debt to Johannes Brahms

Muscular Mastery of the Keyboard

Every One Can Memorize Music: That is, if Everyone Will Work Hard Enough, Long Enough and in the Right Way

Thoroughness in Memorizing Music

Misleading Musical History

Sibelius and the Music of Modern Finland

Teaching Pupils the Musical Alphabet

Nervousness versus Karma: A Much-Needed ...


Volume 33, Number 11 (November 1915), James Francis Cooke Nov 1915

Volume 33, Number 11 (November 1915), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Boy Who Would Not Practice

Beethoven Piano in America

Four Essentials of Daily Practice

Power of Suggestion in Music

First Performance of Handel's Messiah, The

Franz Liszt—The Last Word in Piano Playing: Some Unpublished Aphorisms

Fingering the Minor Scales

At What Age Should the Pupil Start

Beginnings of Modern Instrumentation

MacDowell's Distinguished Career: A Collection of Interesting Personal Recollections and Comments Throwing New Light Upon Phases of the Activity of MacDowell as a Composer Pianist and as a Teacher

Edvard Grieg and His Own Compositions

Artistic Musical Temperament: And What a Few Kings Did in the Tonal ...


Volume 32, Number 09 (September 1914), James Francis Cooke Sep 1914

Volume 32, Number 09 (September 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tributes to the Memory of Hans Engelmann: Widely Loved Composer of Over 3000 Pianoforte Pieces

Salon and Its Music in France

Adjusting Technic to the Daily Needs

Dance Yesterday and To-Day

Sigismund Thalberg: Prince of the Salon

Preparing the Mind for Active Mental Work

Importance of the Speaking Voice to Singers

Developing the Greatest Possible Volocity in Scale Playing

Fifth Triennial Congress of the International Musical Society

Are We Diseased with Tremelo?

More About Standardization

Law and the Profits

Chord Playing Made Simple

Etude Master Study Page—The Strauss Family

Advantage of Psychology to Piano Teachers

Some Pupils We Meet ...


Volume 31, Number 11 (November 1913), James Francis Cooke Nov 1913

Volume 31, Number 11 (November 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Keeping Up the Enthusiasm

Memories of Franz Liszt

Great Composers and Politics

Von Bülow and the Liszt Concerto

Main Essentials of Dr. William Mason's Principles of Pianoforte Instruction

Liszt and Dr. Mason's Eyeglasses

Necessity for Daily Practice (interview with Raoul Pugno)

Making Teaching a Pleasure

Hints on Velocity

What the Pedal Does

How to Gain Confidence for Playing in Public

Simple Calisthenics Loosen the Wrist

How Should the Study of Harmony Benefit Piano Students?

Long-Suffering Accompanist

Ideas for Interesting Club Entertainments

Why Many Clubs Fail

Opera Evening in Costume

Composite Biographies

Fun in Analysis

Pupils' Recital That Paid ...


Volume 31, Number 08 (August 1913), James Francis Cooke Aug 1913

Volume 31, Number 08 (August 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tact in Selecting Teaching Pieces

Dvorák as I Knew Him

Making Your Surroundings Help You

Overheard at a Musical Convention: Opinions of Well-Known Teachers and Musicians

Qualities of a Pianist

Painting Pictures with Tonal Colors: An Instructive and Entertaining Discussion of Programme Music

Instruments of the Orchestra

Musician's Vacation: How to Make It a Restful One

Getting a Start as a Virtuoso in Europe

Romance of the Chopin Preludes

Spirit of the Valse

Wisdom of Liszt

Solving the Missed-lesson Problem

Saint-Säens on the Playing of Bach Fugues

Shall Music Teachers Be Licensed?

What Tchaikovsky Thought of the Great Musicians ...


Volume 31, Number 07 (July 1913), James Francis Cooke Jul 1913

Volume 31, Number 07 (July 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Emperor's Operatic Rules

Getting a Start in Europe as a Virtuoso

Teaching Too Many Pupils

Story of the Orchestral Instruments Told for the General Music Love: The Woodwind Section

Wisdom of Felix Mendelssohn

Pen Picture of Brahms

How to Become a Sure-Fingered Pianist

How to Make Summers Musically Profitable

Commonsense Helps in Teaching Little Folks

Despondent Versus the Over-Sanguine Pupil

Compelling Independent Finger Action

Teaching Children to Use the Pedals

Legato and Staccato Playing

Liszt as a Russian Master Saw Him

Some Old Musical Legends

Playing for Our Friends

Combating the Missed-Lesson Evil (symposium)

Neglected Staccato

Metronome and Its ...


Volume 29, Number 09 (September 1911), James Francis Cooke Sep 1911

Volume 29, Number 09 (September 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Centenary of Franz Liszt—Founder of Modern Pianism: A Recent Analysis of the Technical and Artistic Traits of the Greatest of Piano Masters

What Schubert was Paid for His Songs

How Thinking Ahead Helps Memorizing and Sight Reading

Revealing the Composer's Hidden Meaning (interview with Sigismund Stojowski)

Prime Minister's Tribute to Music

Music Teachers for Piano-Player Owners

Left-Hand Recital

Flotow's Tuneful Opera Martha

How to Gain Muscular Control at the Keyboard

Clara Schumann's Memories of Mendelssohn's Piano Playing

Progress in American Musical Education

Well-Known Composers of To-Day—Richard Ferber

Getting Ready for the Musical Club ...


Volume 28, Number 11 (November 1910), James Francis Cooke Nov 1910

Volume 28, Number 11 (November 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Approximate Pronunciations of the Names of French Musicians

How Verdi Preserved His Originality

Lessons with Franz Liszt

Weber's Mistake

Cultivating Musical Taste in the Public Schools

Tschaikowski's Ideals

Triumph of Edward MacDowell

Wagner on Mendelssohn and Schumann

Beware of Fraudulent Publishers

Survival of the Fittest in Music: How the Great Works of the Tonal Art Remain Through the Centuries, While Those of Less Value Are Doomed to More or Less Certain Oblivion

Just Ordinary Miss Brown: The Story of an Old-fashioned Teacher and How She Got Real Results While Others Failed

What to Do at the First ...


Volume 28, Number 08 (August 1910), James Francis Cooke Aug 1910

Volume 28, Number 08 (August 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Chopin: Pre-Eminent Genius of the Pianoforte

Modern Pioneers in the Art of Piano-Playing

Etude Debate: Shall Music Teachers be Required to Pass an Examination Before They are Permitted to Teach?

Pentatonic Scales in Famous Song

When the Mother Interferes

Laying the Foundation for Velocity: How Great Speed May be Attained if the Right Beginning is Made

Characteristic Dance Forms: Notes Upon Famous National Dances

Wagner's Opera Tannhäuser

Mendelssohn the Fortunate

Some Delicate (?) Contemporary Criticisms of Wagner's Early Works

How I Overcame Stage Fright

Encores at Pupils' Recitals

Rossini the Humorist: Epigrams and Wit of the Most Whimsical of ...


Volume 28, Number 04 (April 1910), James Francis Cooke Apr 1910

Volume 28, Number 04 (April 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Faults Americans Must Correct (symposium)

How Tschaikowski Spent His Days

Neglected Details in Pianoforte Study (interview with Ferruccio Benvenuto Busoni)

Personal Glimpses of Moszkowski as a Teacher

Weber's Description of Beethoven

Some Familiar Teaching Pieces by Franz Liszt

To the Young Musician Who Would Compose (interview with Liza Lehmann)

Mendelssohn at Work

Diatonic Scale in the Works of the Masters

How Helen Keller Appreciates Music

Common Mistakes in Tempo and Rhythm

What Early England Gave to Music

How to Enjoy a Symphony

Plain Talk on Starting a Teaching Business

Tschaikowski and Rubinstein


Volume 27, Number 06 (June 1909), James Francis Cooke Jun 1909

Volume 27, Number 06 (June 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Study a New Piece: Suggestions for Cultivating Strength and Endurance Without Running the Risk of Injuring the Hands in Octave Playing

Schumann and Chopin

Recollections of Franz Liszt

How to Use the Etude Gallery

Carl Czerny: A Short Review of the Life and Work of the Teacher of Liszt and Leschetizky

Cheap Teachers Always Expensive

Von Bülow's Memory

How Verdi Entered the Musical Profession

Chronological Sketch of Joseph Haydn's Life

Card System as a Music Teacher's Aid

Why Class Teaching Sometimes Fails

Securing a Desirable Teaching Location

Story of Ballestrieri's Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata


Volume 26, Number 07 (July 1908), James Francis Cooke Jul 1908

Volume 26, Number 07 (July 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dr. Robert Goldbeck, Prominent German-American Musician and Educator, Deceased

Lessons with Kullak: How the Great German Pedagogue Taught

Questionable Advantages of Foreign Study

Is the Piano a Disadvantage in Early Musical Education? (Symposium)

Correct Pronunciation of the Names of Well-Known Musicians

Acquisition of a Loose Wrist

How the Music Teacher is Hampered by Pupils' School Work

Necessity of a Vacation for Musicians and Students

Musical Development Late in Life

Educational Value of Musical Postal Cards

Egotism in Music

Reginald de Koven upon Night Work


Volume 26, Number 05 (May 1908), James Francis Cooke May 1908

Volume 26, Number 05 (May 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Student Days in Weimar With Liszt: Reminiscences of an American Virtuoso and Teacher Who Won the Interest of the Greatest Master of the Keyboard

Extending the Compass of a Hand Without Injury

Securing Pupils

Helpful Ideas for the Younger Piano Teacher

Difficulties of Teachers in Small Towns

Leopold Godowsky on Natural Technic

Retaining the Loyalty of Old Pupils

Rise of the Virtuoso

Necessity of Credentials for Music Teachers

Some Essentials of Pianoforte Tone Production

Good Way to Teaach Odd Rhythms

Mothers as Assistant Teachers