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Marie McCarthy and J. Scott Goble

“Prolegomenon to a Praxial Philosophy of Music and Music Education,” Musiikkikasvatus: The Finnish Journal of Music Education 1 (1996), 23–38 T.A. Regelski : “A Prolegomena to a Praxial Theory of Music and Music Education,” Canadian Music Educator , 38/3 (1997), 43–51 E.R. Jorgensen : In Search of Music Education (Urbana, IL, 1997) W.D. Bowman : Philosophical Perspectives on Music (New York, 1998) E.R. Jorgensen : Transforming Music Education (Bloomington, IN, 2003) P.G. Woodford : Democracy and Music Education: Liberalism, Ethics, and the Politics

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Hildegard Froehlich and Lucy Green

field of music education. Because these beliefs and values can lead to conflicts among individuals as well as groups, they also affect teaching and learning practices and policy making in music education. Consequently, investigating relationships between groups of policy makers, the making of instructional policies, and the acceptance and rejection of specific instructional paradigms also fall within the realm of sociology of music education. Sociological research in music education has produced sociological theories specific to the teaching and learning of music. They

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Warren Anderson

R ; Eng. trans., 1945/ R ) H.I. Marrou : Histoire de l’éducation dans l’antiquité (Paris, 1948, 6/1965; Eng. trans., 1956/ R ) M. Wegner : Das Musikleben der Griechen (Berlin, 1949), 102ff F. Lasserre : ‘L’éducation musicale dans la Grèce antique’, Plutarque: De la musique (Olten,1954), 13–95 F.A.G. Beck : Greek Education 450–350 BC (New York, 1964) G. Fleischhauer : Etrurien und Rom , Musikgeschichte in Bildern, 2/5 (Leipzig, 1964), 104 W.D. Anderson : Ethos and Education in Greek Music (Cambridge, MA, 1966) G. Wille : Musica romana (Amsterdam

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Jere T. Humphreys

Yale Seminar on Music Education An important seminar on music in the public schools held 17–28 June 1963 at Yale University, sponsored by the US Office of Education. Led by musicologist Claude V. Palisca of Yale, the 31 attendees were critical of school music education, especially the quality of music taught. They cited a need to teach knowledge of musical structure while stressing “performance, listening, ear training, rhythmic movement, and composing with emphasis placed on the individual student.” The seminar led to the development of the Juilliard

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and cooperation, and nurture and promote music education worldwide. Its seven commissions are: Research; Community Music Activity; Early Childhood Music Education; Education of the Professional Musician; Music Policy: Cultural, Educational and Mass Media; Music in Schools and Teacher Education; and Music in Special Education, Music Therapy, and Music Medicine. North Americans have played important roles in the society. Vanett Lawler, Charles Seeger, and Arnold Walter contributed significantly to its founding. The office of President was held by Arnold Walter ( 1953–56

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Richard Colwell, James W. Pruett, Pamela Bristah, Richard J. Colwell and David G. Woods

N. Morgan , ed.: Music Education Source Book (Chicago, 1947) L.G. Dabney : The History of Schools for Negroes in the District of Columbia, 1807–1947 (Washington, DC, 1949) American Music Teacher , 1 (1951) H.N. Morgan , ed.: Music in American Education: Source Book II (Chicago, 1955) N.B. Henry , ed.: Basic Concepts in Music Education (Chicago, 1958) A.P. Britton : “Music in Early American Public Education: a Historical Critique,” Basic Concepts in Music Education , ed. N.B. Henry (Chicago, 1958), 195–211 A.P. Britton : “Music Education: an American Specialty

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Research Alliance of Institutes for Music Education [ RAIME ] International organization of music education researchers . RAIME was founded in 1991 through the initiative of Lennart Reimers of the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm. Music education researchers representing 17 institutions from Europe and North America signed the original statutes. Membership is by invitation and contingent upon participation in one or more symposia. Proceedings have been published for most symposia to date: Stockholm, Sweden ( 1993 ), Rethymnon (Crete), Greece ( 1994

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Nancy B. Reich

works, she introduced J.S. Bach, Domenico Scarlatti, Beethoven and Schubert to audiences accustomed to showy variations on popular and operatic melodies. Clara Schumann was one of the first pianists in Europe to perform the music of Chopin and she also frequently included Mendelssohn’s music. Since Robert Schumann was the only composer of piano music among his contemporaries who did not perform in public (since he had physical problems with his hands), she took on this task for him, beginning at the age of 12 when she gave the first performance of his Papillons .

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Graydon Beeks

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557) offers a BA in music; a BM in music education, choral-vocal music, composition, history and literature, instrumental music, and performance; an MA in music; and an MM in composition, conducting, jazz studies, music education, and performance. CSU East Bay in Hayward ( 1957 , enrollment 14,749) offers a BA in music and in music education; and an MA with emphases in composition and music theory, music education, music history, and performance. CSU Fullerton ( 1957 , enrollment 36,262) offers a BA in music with concentrations in liberal arts, music history and theory

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Carolyn Livingston

Contemporary Music Project American in-service music teacher education program funded by the Ford Foundation. Classes were held on university campuses and focused on comprehensive musicianship and developing musical creativity ( 1959–73 ). The Contemporary Music Project for Creativity in Music Education was a spinoff from the Young Composers Project. Bibliography M.L. Mark : Contemporary Music Education (New York, 3/1996), 28–34

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John H. Baron

of music at Baton Rouge. The university introduced music instruction in 1915 , and from 1922 offered a BM degree. By the 1980s the department had become the largest music school in the state. In 2009 there were 260 undergraduates studying music history, theory, composition, education, and performance in the schools of music (BM), education (BMEd), and arts and sciences (BA). There were also 235 graduate students in collaborative piano, composition, conducting, music education, musicology, performance, piano pedagogy, and theory (MM); in composition, music education

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Sofia Kontossi

Her publications appear in The Oxford Handbook of Music Education , The Philosophy of Music Education Review , Psychomusicology , and Music Education Research , among others. She is a member of the editorial boards of the journals Music Education Research , International Journal of Music Education: Research , and Approaches: Music Therapy & Special Music Education . For her activity she has received the Award for Academic and Scientific Excellence in Greek Universities from the Greek Ministry of Education ( 2012 ).

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Jere T. Humphreys

1950 ). American music educator and scholar . He received music education degrees from Florida State University (BME 1972 ), the Eastman School of Music (MM 1976 ), and Indiana University (PhD 1983 ). He taught instrumental music in the public schools of New York State ( 1972–81 ) and served as professor of music education and coordinator of graduate studies in music education in the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University ( 1983–2009 ). Schmidt’s research interests focus on the psychology of music, instrumental music, and individual music instruction. He

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John W. Richmond

1969–83 , music department chair 1980–3 ). Schwadron’s 39 published compositions include chamber music, choral music, and transcriptions. He performed as a clarinetist with Sammy Davis, Jr., Florence Henderson, and Dionne Warwick, among others. He is best remembered as a leading philosopher of music education, especially his book entitled Aesthetics: Dimensions for Music Education (Reston, 1967 ). He explored such diverse topics as religion and music education, ethnomusicology and music education, aesthetic education, music curriculum, non-Western music education, and

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Carolyn Livingston

Tanglewood Symposium Symposium convened by the Music Educators National Conference in the summer of 1967 at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Massachusetts. National leaders from diverse backgrounds discussed issues concerning music in American society. The resulting Tanglewood Declaration calls for music to be placed at the core of the school curriculum and sets forth eight focus principles for music education. Bibliography R.A. Choate , ed.: Music in American Society: Documentary Report of the Tanglewood Symposium (Washington

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Jere T. Humphreys

international journals such as the Journal of Research in Music Education, Psychology of Music, International Journal of Music Education , and Music Educators Journal , and she was editor of the books Music in Prekindergarten ( 1993 ) and Strategies for Teaching: Prekindergarten Music ( 1995 ). Sims served as a member ( 1994–2000 ) and chair ( 1998–2000 ) of the Music Education Research Council of the Music Educators National Conference, and on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) ( 1996–2000 ). She is chair of the ISME Publications

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Michael L. Mark

Association ( 1976– c 2003 ), and education consultant to the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center. He was adjunct professor at Catholic University ( 1982–2002 ). His books include Careers in Music Education ( 1962 ), Vignettes of Music Education History (with Karl Ernst, 1964 ), Music in General Education ( 1965 ), Arts Education Advocacy ( 1976 ), Music Educators Guide to the New Copyright Law ( 1976 ), The New Copyright Law and Education ( 1977 ), Music Buildings, Rooms and Equipment ( 1966 , ed.), The Study of Music in the Elementary School ( 1967

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Christopher E. Mehrens

offers a BS in music business and in music education. Appalachian State University in Boone ( 1899 , enrollment 17,222) offers a BM in music education, performance, sacred music, music therapy, and composition-theory; a BS in music industry studies; and an MM in music education, music education with a composition emphasis, music performance, and music therapy. East Carolina University in Greenville ( 1907 , enrollment 27,783) offers a BM in music education, music therapy, theory-composition, and performance and an MM in music education, music education with a concentration

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Shelly C. Cooper

School of Music—an independent entity within the five-unit College of Fine Arts—began as a Department of Music ( 1893 ) and took its current name in 1926 . In 2009 , under director Peter McAllister, the 60-member faculty serviced approximately 550 students. Degrees offered include the BA in music; the BM in composition, jazz studies, music education, and performance; the MM in composition, conducting, ethnomusicology, music education, musicology, music theory, and performance; the DMA in composition, conducting, and performance; and the PhD in music education and music

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Jere T. Humphreys

chair of the music education program, chair of the Department of Music Studies, and associate dean of the Bienen School of Music. Webster has published over 70 articles and book chapters on technology, music cognition, and creative thinking in music, works that have appeared in journals and handbooks in and outside of music. He is co-author (with David Williams) of Experiencing Music Technology (Boston, 1999 , 3/ 2008 ), the standard textbook in introductory college music technology courses. He is also the author of “Measures of Creative Thinking in Music,” an exploratory