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Decorating the Home with Music

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Music in the home should be considered as much a part of interior decor as decorative fabrics, colors, and furnishings. The development of new recording and reproducing techniques makes possible home music that reflects the character of the home owner. Just as music relieves tension in busy factories, offices, and stores, it can be used to sooth the busy homemaker.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 4 pp. 302-304; October 1953
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