Music -- Instruction and study -- United States.
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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A specialist in the philosophy of music education, aesthetic education, comprehensive arts programming, Bennett Reimer (1932-2013) was an American music educator and scholar who served as chair of the Music Education Department at Northwestern University where he was the John W. Beattie Professor of Music Emeritus. He authored over two dozen books and more than 150 articles, chapters, and reviews. In addition, Reimer served on editorial boards for many major music publications, as well as...
Abstract Ernest S. Williams (1881-1947) was associated with many ensembles during his career as a cornetist, educator, and bandmaster. As a cornetist, he performed with the Sousa and Goldman bands and the Philadelphia Symphony under the baton of Leopold Stokowski. He founded the Ernest Williams School of Music in Brooklyn, New York in the 1920s and a summer music camp in Saugerties, New York in 1930. The Ernest S. Williams Collection consists of professional papers including photographs; published...
Abstract Frances Elliott Clark (1860-1958), born near Angola, Indiana, taught in the public schools of Illinois and Iowa until 1903, when she became the supervisor of the Milwaukee public schools. In 1911, she became the director of the Education Department of the Victor Talking Machine Company, where she promoted the use of the phonograph in music education. A founding member of the Music Educators National Conference (now the National Association for Music Education), she presided over the annual...