The Spirits: 100 Proof

Ferguson, Otis
February 1941
New Republic;2/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 5, p143
Presents information on the influence of music on the author and his friends during their childhood. Instruments they used to play in the school days; Description of how they practiced music from a book; Reference to the principle of unison, the exact scientific phenomenon of two and two becoming more than four when it is a case of strings in identical vibration; Appreciation of the author's friend Teddy Bunn for his brilliant understanding of music; Information on the music careers of the author's friends.


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