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The phenomenon of "Blind Tom" : the most remarkable instance of operation of the sub-conscious mind in music ; new information upon the subject supplied by "Blind Tom's" teacher / Mme. Anna Amalie Tutein

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Creator: Tutein, Anna Amalie
Title: The phenomenon of "Blind Tom" : the most remarkable instance of operation of the sub-conscious mind in music ; new information upon the subject supplied by "Blind Tom's" teacher / Mme. Anna Amalie Tutein
Date: 1918
Description: Article written by Blind Tom's music teacher that appeared in the February 1918 issue of The Etude.
Subjects: Blind Tom, 1849-1908 | Pianists--United States--Biography | African American musicians--Biography | Musicians--Georgia--Columbus--Biography | Columbus (Ga.) | Muscogee County (Ga.)
Contributors: Columbus State University. Archives
Online Publisher: Columbus, Ga. : Columbus State University Archives, 2006
Original Material: The phenomenon of "Blind Tom" : the most remarkable instance of operation of the sub-conscious mind in music ; new information upon the subject supplied "Blind Tom's" teacher / Mme. Anna Amalie Tutein, Thomas Bethune/Thomas Wiggins/Blind Tom Collection, Columbus State University Archives, Columbus, Georgia.
Rights and Usage: Permission to publish material from the Thomas Bethune/Thomas Wiggins/Blind Tom Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required: Thomas Bethune/Thomas Wiggins/Blind Tom Collection, Columbus State University Archives, Columbus, Georgia
Related Materials: Forms part of: Thomas Bethune/Thomas Wiggins/Blind Tom Collection.
Persistent Link to Item: http://archives.columbusstate.edu/findingaids/BlindTomArticle.php

Related Institutions: Columbus State University. Archives
Collection Information: Thomas Bethune/Thomas Wiggins/Blind Tom Collection