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Illinois Music Educator


FALL 2011 VOLUME 72, NUMBER 1


NURTURING THE CREATIVE MUSICIAN


Illinois Students Participate in All National Honor Ensembles p. 26 Illinois Music Education Conference Highlights/Pre-Registration p. 30


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