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Volume 4

SYMPOSIUM Performance as Humanistic Study The discussion of this controversial subject was sparked by regulations found in the Constitution and By-Laws of Phi Beta Kappa: Grades earned in applied or professional work shall not be counted in computing the cumulative average for purposes of eligibility. Applied and professional work shall…
Jousting for Queens or Return to the (Music) Lists As the morning festivities drew to a close on the final day of the CMS jousting match in Columbus last December, the author of these words entered the lists unexpectedly, fired a round of off-the-cuff verbal blasts, and promptly left town.…
The School of Music of the University of Washington is a varied and somewhat unusual institution. We are a school of some two hundred students (with a full time faculty of 34) under the protection of a university of 21,000. We are under liberal arts jurisdiction, but insist firmly on…
The following article is based upon a speech that Dr. Buechner delivered before The Massachusetts Music Educators Association in Springfield on March 22, 1963. He has taken this opportunity to add a paragraph or two for the sake of clarity and has changed one of the musical illustrations to avoid…
SYMPOSIUM Performance as Humanistic Study The discussion of this controversial subject was sparked by regulations found in the Constitution and By-Laws of Phi Beta Kappa: Grades earned in applied or professional work shall not be counted in computing the cumulative average for purposes of eligibility. Applied and professional work shall…
SYMPOSIUM Performance as Humanistic Study The discussion of this controversial subject was sparked by regulations found in the Constitution and By-Laws of Phi Beta Kappa: Grades earned in applied or professional work shall not be counted in computing the cumulative average for purposes of eligibility. Applied and professional work shall…
SYMPOSIUM Performance as Humanistic Study The discussion of this controversial subject was sparked by regulations found in the Constitution and By-Laws of Phi Beta Kappa: Grades earned in applied or professional work shall not be counted in computing the cumulative average for purposes of eligibility. Applied and professional work shall…