Which of the following most accurately describes the level of participation in musical activities during the 19th century?

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    Music was enjoyed and practiced by members of all levels of society.
    Musical entertainment was reserved only for members of the aristocracy.
    Music was enjoyed by all, but the actual performance of music was reserved for a few highly-trained professionals.
    Music was primarily for the entertainment of the working class; the aristocracy had much more important things to do with their time.
asked Oct 2, 2012 in Music by anonymous
    

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Music was enjoyed and practiced by members of all levels of society.
answered Oct 5, 2012 by LaMusica ~Expert~ (2,890 points)



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