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Overview The Kodály Center of America (KCA) was established in Wellesley, Massachusetts, in April 1977 by Denise Bacon, who had also founded the Kodály Musical Training Institute (KMTI) in 1969. The primary objective of both institutions was to promote music education in the United States according to the Kodály concept, a philosophy articulated by the Hungarian composer and educator Zoltán Kodály. KMTI and KCA trained master teachers, conducted research on American folk music, developed curricula and...
Overview Mary E. Hoffman was an active teacher, composer, arranger, and guest conductor. She taught music at several public schools as well as at Columbia Teachers College and Temple University. In 1979, Hoffman was appointed professor of music education at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign where she remained until her death in 1997. During her lifetime, Hoffman was an active member of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), now known as National Association for Music Education...
Overview The Vera Stöger-Schwarz papers consist of 18 photocopies of articles and lectures by and about Stöger-Schwartz, pianist, harpsichordist, and pedagogue, as well as the program presented in her memory at the University of Maryland, College Park, on May 16, 1981. Included is one photograph of Stöger-Schwarz. The materials span 1964 through 1982.