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The Indiana Extension Chorus program began in the 1930s, but this influential phenomenon remained obscure for decades. As this study reveals, the program provided rural women with musical training and opportunities to sing in a county chorus. The repertoire included arrangements of folk and patriotic songs, light classical works, and popular renditions.
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"This history is the description of the creativity, independence, leadership, exploration, and empowerment of rural women." (Prof. April C. Mason Kansas State University) "The research is prodigious and exhaustive...especially impressive is the use of archival sources." (Prof. Anthony O. Edmonds Ball State University)"
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