One hundred metronomes

Edward T. Cone
September 1978
Quintessence International;Sep1978, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p82
Academic Journal
An excerpt from an article by Edward T. Cone, on art, which was published in the magazine, "American Scholar," in the year 1977, is presented.


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