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Comparatively little literature has been written about the wind-band as a musical institution.1 still less has been recorded regarding the integrative social potenti- alities of the wind-band in American musical life--especi- ally for the horden of "Mr. and Mrs. Average Citizen" who constitute the back-bone of our Nation's communities. Specialized and localized efforts are being made throughout the country toward making musical life a definite part of community life. General observation tends to leave us believing that strides in this direction are just beginning and that the impetus will increase.
Long, Clayton Augustus. (1947). The sociological aspects of the wind-band in American community life. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1049
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