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One of the most immediate problems confronting the instrumental teacher of today is that presented by the string section of the orchestra. In the years between 1925 and 1935 the number of string orchestras. In the high schools of this country gradually dwindled until in most small or medium size high schools and in a great many of the larger ones it disappeared entirely. However, it is now encouraging to note that the increased emphasis being placed on the string program in teacher-training institutions is producing direct results in the development of a re-awakened interest in the public school orchestra. In many schools where no string program existed a few years ago there is now evidence which shows that a return to orchestral study is well on its way to becoming an important curricular functions.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 37-38).
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