Inspiration for my "Ethics & Law" columns comes from many places, but by far the most reliable and interesting ideas come from readers. For example, Gary Harney, the associate director of technology for a school in Delaware, writes, "I teach a tutorial in music history. We often select portions of larger works for students to analyze. On occasion, a complete work (a Bach cantata, for instance) is included in the curriculum. In the past, the teacher has placed a copy of the needed CDs (usually parts of several) on reserve in the library, where students can listen to them."


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