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Music Hath Charms more
A boy in a farmyard sits on a large wooden barrel open next to a well-pump and plays the flute. He wears a tunic down to his knees, a hat, leggings (we just see one knee) and I think tall boots. There’s a calf nearby, and half-timberes stone buildings in the background, as well as chickens.
MUSIC IN THE HOME. By the editor.
Very good in the farm-yard, Master Dick! Music is never out of place. But the best place is in the Home. We don’t see why Cottage Harmoniums should not become as common as cottages themselves. “The voice of joy and gladness” should be in every dwelling, especially at the beginning of the year. (p. 23)
Drawn by S. T. Dadd. Engraved by R. Taylor.