When the school children whistle quarter-tones

"In some century to come, when the school children will whistle popular tunes in quarter-tones-when the diatonic scale will be as obsolete as the pentatonic is now - perhaps then these borderland experiences may be both easily expressed and readily recognized."
Charles Ives died May 19 1954

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