Developing a personal saxophone sound. by David Liebman

By David Liebman

Bankruptcy titles during this booklet are: assessment OF THE enjoying MECHANISM respiring THE LARYNX THE OVERTONE routines THE TONGUE place AND ARTICULATION THE EMBOUCHURE REEDS AND MOUTHPIECES EXPRESSIVE TECHIQUES working towards 50 pages.

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One of these is the truth that the primary duty of the husband is to be the home-maker, the breadwinner for his wife and children, and that the primary duty of the woman is to be the helpmate, the housewife, and mother. The woman should have ample educational advantages; but save in exceptional cases the man must be, and she need not be, and generally ought not to be, trained for a lifelong career as the family breadwinner; and, therefore, after a certain point, the training of the two must normally be different because the duties of the two are normally different.

Beyond this contribution, Storer’s comments reflect two additional observations that would become widely shared by the end of the century. One is rooted in ethnic bias: a growing number of commentators observed that as Irish and Italian immigration boomed toward the end of the century, the primarily Catholic immigrants would outnumber the “native born” Protestants if abortion rates continued to increase among them, as Storer claims they had. Likely a result of rising education and political opportunity, many historians have noted the likelihood that abortion rates climbed at the end of the century, allowing middle-class white women especially the opportunity to seek public lives through planned child-birth.

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