Volume 10

The National Council of the Arts in Education is a federation of twenty-one national organizations* concerned with all the arts involved in our educational system at every level from kindergarten through college. It held its first national conference in September, 1962 at Lake Erie College, and has conducted six more,…
The present article arose, in part, as a personal response to the Society's recent focus upon teaching music to the general student at the undergraduate level. The viewpoints expressed on "Music Appreciation" in Volume VIII of SYMPOSIUM, as well as at the session devoted to the subject at the Twelfth…
Until recently teachers of music history in our colleges, universities, and conservatories often lacked adequate music scores for their lectures or study assignments. Those who stressed the social uses of music generally required few notated pieces. For others concerned with technical questions of style, the historical anthology—a collection of notated…
(A Comment Concerning the CMP Workshop at Eastman, June 1969) [As the title suggests, this is an article dealing with the concepts of tonal analysis, as well as an expression of concern for too much academic coverage at the lower level, allowing too little time for the development of aural…
Canada is an immense country with a relatively small population of little more than 20,000,000. As in the United States, it has been difficult in the past to develop continuing lines of communication through our nation. The few university music programs that did exist tended to remain in isolation, a…
SYMPOSIUM Performance and the Laborde Chansonnier: Authenticity of Multiplicities A Panel Presentation for the CMSat Baldwin-Wallace CollegeNovember 8, 1969 ROBERT AUSTIN WARNER, Moderator   INTRODUCTION About the middle of September, Paul Traver called me to see if I would be willing to assemble a program dealing with performance. He was…
This paper was part of a panel entitled "Performance and the Laborde Chansonnier: Authenticity of Multiplicities" which was presented for The College Music Society at Baldwin-Wallace College, November 8, 1969. The moderator was Robert Austin Warner. The other panelists were Gwynn S. McPeek, Edith Borroff, and John W. Grubbs. Their…
This paper was part of a panel entitled "Performance and the Laborde Chansonnier: Authenticity of Multiplicities" which was presented for The College Music Society at Baldwin-Wallace College, November 8, 1969. The moderator was Robert Austin Warner. The other panelists were Gwynn S. McPeek, David Crawford, and Edith Borroff. Their papers…
This paper was part of a panel entitled "Performance and the Laborde Chansonnier: Authenticity of Multiplicities" which was presented for The College Music Society at Baldwin-Wallace College, November 8, 1969. The moderator was Robert Austin Warner. The other panelists were David Crawford, Edith Borroff, and John W. Grubbs. Their papers…
This paper was part of a panel entitled "Performance and the Laborde Chansonnier: Authenticity of Multiplicities" which was presented for The College Music Society at Baldwin-Wallace College, November 8, 1969. The moderator was Robert Austin Warner. The other panelists were Gwynn S. McPeek, David Crawford, and John W. Grubbs. Their…
  Bobby Klein photo—Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. "I would warn young composers too, Americans especially,against university teaching. . . ."Igor Stravinsky Editor's Foreword Even a glance at the twenty-three essays that follow will suffice to show that a highly remarkable survey is before us. A representative cross-section of America's important…
When we speak of the responsibilities of the music theory and music literature programs in a college or university curriculum, we are concerned with singular parts of a greater educational process. All reputable educational processes have networks of implicit and explicit goals, and these clearly must provide the framework for…