Music: Music For Fun

Music, like sport, can be a deadly earnest career, or something that people do just for fun. For professionals, many books have been written. But the man who just likes to sing in the bathtub or twang a lick on the jew's-harp has never had a book to tell him where to go from there. Such a book was published last week by long-nosed "Tune Detective" Sigmund Spaeth.

Starting from scratch, Spaeth's Music for Fun (Whittlesley House, $2) tells how to make musical instruments out of bottles, tin cans, old bones and nails. For...

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