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" To make a complete showing to the world of musical progress in this country in all grades and departments, from the lowest to the highest. "2. To bring before the people of the United States a full illustration of music in its highest forms, as exemplified... "
Theodore Thomas, a musical autobiography - Page 194
by Theodore Thomas - 1905
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The Musical Yearbook of the United States, Volumes 8-10

Music - 1891
...Bureau of Music sought to accomplish will be seen in these extracts from its official announcements: Recognizing the responsibility of his position the Musical Director groups all intended illustratious around two central ideas: First. To make a complete showing to the world of musical progress...
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Music, Volume 2

Music - 1892
...-.liven privately when requested. lOftlclstl Aiuiouiircnifiit.l MUSIC AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Kccogni/ing the responsibility of his position, the musical director...States a full illustration of music in its highest form, as exemplified by the most enlightened nations of the world. In order to carry out this conception...
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The World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893

Trumbull White, William Igleheart - Exhibitions - 1893 - 628 pages
...sense. The two central ideas around which the musical director grouped all his work were these; First. To make a complete showing to the world of musical...grades and departments, from the lowest to the highest. Second. To bring before the people of the United States a full illustration of music in its highest...
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"A Tidal Wave of Encouragement": American Composers' Concerts in the Gilded Age

E. Douglas Bomberger - History - 2002 - 235 pages
...would be fulfilled. The first announcement of June 30, 1892, had articulated two broad goals: "First. To make a complete showing to the world of musical...grades and departments from the lowest to the highest. Second. To bring before the people of the United States a full illustration of music in its highest...
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Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873-1935

Derek Vaillant - History - 2003 - 401 pages
...Wilson, secretary of the music bureau, who also edited Boston's Music Herald., 105 The bureau pledged "to make a complete showing to the world of musical...grades and departments, from the lowest to the highest, [and] to bring before the people of the United States a full illustration of music in its highest forms...
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