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For the first time in history, Harvard men will be permitted to attend a class at Radcliffe, namely one of two new music courses beginning there after midyears.
Engaged last spring as visiting lecturer in music, Nadia Boulanger, French musician, will give two new courses, one of which, a graduate seminar in music competition, will be open to students from the brother institution, it was learned yesterday.
Mile, Boulanger will also give a course at Wellesley, but it has not yet been determined whether Harvard students will be admitted there as well. She will set another precedent this winter when she will be the first woman to conduct a major symphony orchestra in America.
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