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Oral traditionlocked

  • Anne Dhu McLucas

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The term, broadly construed, refers to any music not transmitted in writing—that is music learned aurally, whether played or sung, including learning from recordings, though this extension of the term is more controversial. In common parlance the term is often used as a substitute for the problematic term ...

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