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Factors in High School Students' Self-Assessment of Music Ability.

@inproceedings{Bartel1996FactorsIH,
  title={Factors in High School Students' Self-Assessment of Music Ability.},
  author={Lee R Bartel},
  year={1996}
}
Ask a group of ordinary people to do something musical and you will quickly get a protestation, explanation, or excuse from someone, "I've got absolutely no musical ability! A tin ear! A teacher in second grade told me to mouth the words because I was so bad. I have never sung since!" They may quickly point to someone else saying, "But, ask her, She's got great talent, an inborn gift!" Or you may hear, "Now he's a fine musician! He has taken piano lessons for 10 years and practices all the time… 

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