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Music theory.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

David Patterson's Tone Patterns: The Didactic Materials and Principles of Piano Technics, 1926

 Item — Box 1
Content Description David Patterson's self-published "Tone Patterns: The Didactic Materials and Principles of Piano Technics" (1926) is a method for piano technique (and music theory, to a lesser extent). The work is an attempt at a scientific and artistic pedagogical approach to developing piano facility. Patterson's method incorporates psychological theories from that time. According to promotional material, the method "accomplishes by means of sensory motor training what practically amounts to producing, not...

Society for Music Theory records

 Collection 0118-SCPA
Abstract The Society of Music Theory (SMT) was created in 1977. SMT branched off from the American Musicological Society to fulfill a need for a national Music Theory Society. SMT holds annual meetings at different universities and publishes SMT Newsletter and Music Theory Spectrum. This collection contains records from past Presidents, Secretaries, and Treasurers, records from the Executive Board meetings, By-laws and business office records,...

Victor Zajec papers

 Collection 0001-SCPA
Abstract Victor Zajec (1923-2005) has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association, 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book ...