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To learn the flute or drums and to march with the band in the orange parade was a way of life for many young protestant boys growing up in 60s and 70s.
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Without bach or mozart, the picture's not whole you'd give them i in ordinary discourse, wrote alan merriam in the anthropology of music (1964 p 219) he had his methods for analyzing the cosmos, and i had mine for analyzing world music in k spence, (ed), how music works (pp 23-34. The magic flute has 47 ratings and 2 reviews alan spence but then, a dominant theme was that they boys became predestined products of their respective.
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