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Film Music

Nature volume 139, pages 215216 (06 February 1937) | Download Citation



IT is characteristic of our times that, while the abstract and practical aspects of transient political trends are over-documented in book form, the corresponding aspects of such permanently revolutionary factors in everyday life as broadcasting and the sound film are, on the whole, treated only in an ephemeral literature of specialized circles.

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