2 edition of Rhythmic Response of Negro and White Children Two to Six (Srcd : Volume 2, No 4) found in the catalog.
Rhythmic Response of Negro and White Children Two to Six (Srcd : Volume 2, No 4)
E. Dorothy Van Alstyn
by Periodicals Service Co
Written in English
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Rhythmic responses of Negro and white children two to six, with a special focus on regulated and free rhythm situations Author: Dorothy Van Alstyne ; Emily Osborne. Rhythmic responses of Negro and white children two to six: with a special focus on regulated and free rhythm situations Author: Dorothy Van Alstyne ; Emily Osborne.
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