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" They strengthen the belief that aboriginal American music is a type apart, whose essential remoteness from the music of Europe and Asia may be symbolized, as it doubtless was conditioned, by the physical isolation of the Americas. "
A Journal of American Ethnology and Archæology: Hopi songs, by B.I. Gilman - Page 3
edited by - 1908
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American Primitive Music: With Especial Attention to the Songs of the Ojibways

Frederick Russell Burton - Indians of North America - 1909 - 357 pages
...seventeen Hopi songs, added to his paper on Zuni songs, gives an appearance of great weight to his "belief that aboriginal American music is a type apart,...conditioned, by the physical isolation of the Americas." It is gravely to be doubted whether Mr. Gilman expressed exactly what he meant to say in this sentence...
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