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Throughout most of human prehistory and history, listening to recorded music was not possible. Music was made by common people during both their work and leisure, as well as during religious activities. The work of economic production was often manual and communal. Manual labor often included singing by the workers, which served several practical purposes. It reduced the boredom of repetitive tasks, it kept the rhythm during synchronized pushes and pulls, and it set the pace of many activities such as planting , weeding , reaping , threshing , weaving , and milling . In leisure time , singing and playing musical instruments were common forms of entertainment and history-telling—even more common than today, when electrically enabled technologies and widespread literacy make other forms of entertainment and information-sharing competitive. [14]

Great Depression: American Music in the '30s collects popular songs from one of the nation's most challenging eras. Songs like Victoria Spivey 's "Detroit Moan," Billie Holliday's "Gloomy Sunday," Bill Cox 's "NRA Blues," and Rudy Vallee 's "Brother Can You Spare a Dime" convey the hard times and despair synonymous with that period, while Ted Lewis ' "There's a New Day Comin'" and "Headin' for Better Times," Hal Kemp 's "With Plenty of Money and You," and Artie Shaw 's "Whistle While You Work" add an optimistic touch. Great Depression: American Music in the '30s gives a good representation of how swing, big band, folk, and blues helped America express and enjoy itself during tough times.

"It was a genuine "Americana" auction," Department Head Lynda Cain said. "The sale featured items from north to south, formal to folk, mourning jewelry to weathervanes to Gothic Revival chairs to Native American arts. Fresh-to-the-market regional property was also represented and included a previously unrecorded chest of drawers, circa 1725, attributed to the Bartram joiner. We look forward to another success in April and are already seeking consignments of similar material with strong provenance."

of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law. Let your life be a counter friction to stop the machine.

Some current members believe that the ban was wrongly instituted by Brigham Young and was not really God's will. Others believe it was God's will and the reasons were as many of the leaders taught for 150 years, that blacks were cursed and less valiant in the pre-existence. Many other Latter-day Saints believe it was God's will but they do not know the reason. Since 1978, the Church has avoided publicly commenting on the reasons for the ban in the first place.

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