1925. With an introduction by William J. Henderson. With 64 illustrations. A history of music for young people. They have surveyed the entire field, touching on ancient music and the music of nations not usually considered in some more pretentious histories. It is a bird's-eye view of the art as practiced by all the civilized and some of the uncivilized races of the earth. They have shown how the supreme art forms and the greatest art works developed among the western European peoples, who, it is interesting to note, produced also the metaphysical and philosophical bases of the world's scientific thought, the mightiest inventions, and with all regard for Buddhistic poetry and speculation, the highest achievements in literature.