Music: You Take Nice Jumps

Horace Grenell is a square-rigged man of 40 who has built a big business out of making records for little people.

Three years ago, when he first got his Young People's Records, Inc. started, he asked questions in schools, children's centers, and in his own home (three children), to get an idea of what children want to hear. From three-year-olds he got reactions such as "I like my horsy record —I put it on the victrola . . . take my bicycle and ride through the dining room, galloping, galloping ..." So Grenell put out plenty of that (The Little Fireman, The...

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