The status of music education in the fifth grades of the public schools of Piedmont North Carolina

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Margaret Tyson Jones (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Grace Moore

Abstract: The Piedmont region lies in the center of the State of North Carolina between the coastal plain area on the east and the mountain region on the west. It is the most densely populated section of the State. The development of water power in this section has furnished abundant power for industrial progress, consequently there is a great diversity of industrial as well as agricultural interests within a large number of villages and towns. Because of the rapid industrialization and the concentration of population, it has become the most prosperous section in the State. Recent practices in labor regulations have helped to give industrial workers added leisure time not only in shorter hours but also in a higher wage scale which enables them to buy time and labor saving devices for factories and homes.

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Language: English
Date: 1949
Music in education
Music $x Instruction and study $z North Carolina

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