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tion courses for the listener serve as an introduction
to language of sharps and flats. More advanced and technical
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private lessons, applied music, and practice teaching develop
skills in varying musical fields.
Motivating everything is the dedication which Bach used for
his Works, "To the glory of God and the edification of my
neighbor." This is the purpose for which students are
trained-that their music might be acceptable before God and
men, and that they might fittingly obey the exhortation of the
Psalmist, 'XO come, let us sing unto the Lord . . . let us come
before His presence with thanksgiving and make a joyful
noise unto Him With Psalms."
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