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  • "The Soldier’s Joy" has, too, an additional charm, in being so admirably adapted to the tambourine aforesaid—no mean instrument in the hands of a performer who understands the proper convulsions, spasms, St. Vitus’s dances, and fearful frenzies necessary when exhibiting its tones in their highest perfection.

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  • This passage is adapted from Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man ©1952.

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