Volume 6

This article was part of a Symposium entitled Trends in Music Teaching. This discussion intends to convey to our readers current ideas on the newer trends in the teaching of music. Three of the articlesthis article, along with Music Education is Coming of Age by Daniel Schuman and Teaching Children…
A Progress Report on Curriculum Development Project H221. One of the central conclusions of the Seminar on Music Education held at Yale University in June, 1963, was that "the development of musicality is the primary aim of music education." The Report of the Seminar defined musicality as the sum of…
MUSIC ANALYSIS IN AN HISTORICAL CONTEXT1 The past three issues of the Journal of the American Musicological Society have carried installments of a spirited dialogue about the need for Criticism in History.2 This session of The College Music Society meeting is to consider the case for History in Criticism. I…
This article was part of a Symposium entitled Trends in Music Teaching. This discussion intends to convey to our readers current ideas on the newer trends in the teaching of music. Three of the articlesthis article, along with Teaching Children to Read Music by Charles Heffernan and A New Curriculum…
This article was part of a Symposium entitled Trends in Music Teaching. This discussion intends to convey to our readers current ideas on the newer trends in the teaching of music. Three of the articlesMusic Education is Coming of Age by Daniel Schuman, Teaching Children to Read Music by Charles…
This article was part of a Symposium entitled Trends in Music Teaching. This discussion intends to convey to our readers current ideas on the newer trends in the teaching of music. Three of the articlesthis article, along with Music Education is Coming of Age by Daniel Schuman and A New…
I In response to requests concerning the organization and activities of the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble in Residence at Rutgers, we are pleased to offer an account of its first year. The impulse to establish a relationship between the ensemble and a university originated with the Committee for International Composers Concerts,…
Music analysis is not necessarily a complicated nor esoteric process. It is not even remotely akin to any branch of mathematics, except by virtue of an occasional shotgun marriage we find reported in our learned journals. The child who notes that the middle phrase of a song is quieter than…