Music: In Conduct

The Idea: A dictionary of etiquette for 1928.* The Motive: To tell those who do not set standards what is being done by those who do. The Story: Although famed Emily Post's outline of etiquette has run through 17 printings, people keep on asking her new conduct-questions. Recent examples: "Do you think it would be attractive to have the groom sing a solo at his wedding . . . and do I stay with the groom after the wedding most of the time?" Another: "How do you teach...

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