Volume 2

This article reflects a panel that was part of a Symposium entitled College Music Abroad, which took place at the December 29, 1961, session of the CMS annual conference, Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C. The other panelists were Elliot Forbes, Iva Dee Hiatt, and Wilton Mason. Their articles also appear in…
This article reflects a panel that was part of a Symposium entitled College Music Abroad, which took place at the December 29, 1961, session of the CMS annual conference, Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C. The other panelists were Elliot Forbes, Iva Dee Hiatt, and Thomas A. Sokol. Their articles also appear…
This article reflects a panel that was part of a Symposium entitled College Music Abroad, which took place at the December 29, 1961, session of the CMS annual conference, Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C. The other panelists were Iva Dee Hiatt, Thomas A. Sokol, and Wilton Mason. Their articles also appear…
As one enters higher education, in the form of college or university, the patterns of life can be segmented into two phases, mutually independent only for the convenience of thought here: social activity, and by this is meant all forms of social intercourse, or the relationships of human beings, and…
This article reflects a panel that was part of a Symposium entitled College Music Abroad, which took place at the December 29, 1961, session of the CMS annual conference, Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C. The other panelists were Elliot Forbes, Thomas A. Sokol, and Wilton Mason. Their articles also appear in…
The proliferation of music societies in this country is remarkable if not actually startling. It is doubtful if any other area in the field of the humanities is so thoroughly organized. The National Music Council now has over fifty member organizations in the field of music and there are innumerable…
To the superimposed muffled sounds of the "Revolutionary Etude," the Paganini Twenty-fourth Caprice, the mi-mi-mi-mis and ah-ah-ah-has, and the Lazarus exercises which emerge from the interiors of the usual campus music department, an additional complex of sounds, not oriented in the diatonic and chromatic systems of western music, can be…