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I recently acquired a Yamaha keyboard and began searching through my bookshelves for music to play. From a dark corner I retrieved a book of folk songs collected by Theodore Bikel, and a Mormon hymnnal (contributed by my Aunt Eva). Songs of Zion (New York, 1942) offers such exciting melodies as “Home at last in […]
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