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One hundred years ago, public school vocal music was taught primarily by regular classroom teachers and not by music specialists. What was the quality of the preparation of these teachers and the extent of their music teaching? What can today's music educators learn from a time when music could...
This study examined the effects of aural and visual approaches to rhythm reading and short-term retention. Second- and sixth-grade students were presented with two-measure rhythm patterns in four modes: (1) audio-rhythm, (2) audio-mnemonics, (3) (audio) visual-rhythm, and (4) (audio)...
General John Eaton, commissioner of the United States Bureau of Education from 1870 to 1886, undertook a survey of public school music programs in American city schools in 1885 and published it in 1886, Eaton undertook the survey in response to what he believed to be a great urgency on the part...
Twelve hundred fifty-six subjects, ranging in age from 3 to 78 years, were asked to listen to three music excerpts and indicate the color they associated with each. The purpose of this procedure was to provide data that might shed light on the origin and development of the association of color...
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