Linda Pohly is Coordinator of Graduate Programs in Music and Professor of Music History at Ball State University. She is a long-time member of CMS having served on the national program committee and the Music in General Studies committee. She also has participated in Community Engagement activities associated with national conferences. Linda teaches Introduction to Music for non-majors, Music-appreciation pedagogy, Bibliography and Research, Music of the 20th century, and American Music among other courses. Her research interests focus primarily on American music of the late 19th and 20th centuries.
An Approach to MGS Pedagogy
"A Tidal Wave of Encouragement": American Composers' Concerts in the Gilded Age, by E. Douglas Bomberger
Baptist Offspring, Southern Midwife—Jesse Mercer's "Cluster of Spiritual Songs" (1810): A Study in American Hymnody, by Kay Norton
Teaching Teachers of Music Appreciation—What We Can Learn from MGS Pedagogy