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Carry the Tune
Musical Journeys After High School

Carry the Tune - Musical Journeys After High School
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Carry the Tune
Winner of an Award of Merit at the San Francisco Film Awards and praised by music educators, "Carry the Tune" is a intriguing look at the power of music to…
Carry the Tune - Abridged
Winner of an Award of Merit at the San Francisco Film Awards and praised by music educators, "Carry the Tune" is a intriguing look at the power of music to…
Interview with Alfie Kohn
Interview with Alfie Kohn
Interview with Hal Salzman
Interview with Hal Salzman
Interview with Roger Mantie
Interview with Roger Mantie

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