Lesson 3: Tin Pan Alley’s Legacy

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Why do you think that the music of Tin Pan Alley has endured in popularity for such an unusually long time?
Do you personally enjoy performances of Tin Pan Alley music, either by performers of the Tin Pan Alley period, or by present-day performers, or both? Why or why not?

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