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Music teachers -- United States

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American String Teachers Association (ASTA) records

 Collection 0392-SCPA
Abstract The American String Teachers Association (ASTA), founded in 1946, is a professional organization for teachers of bowed string instruments based in the United States. The American String Teachers Association records collection covers the period from 1938 to 2003; the bulk of the materials date from 1979 to 1990. The collection primarily consists of professional papers including correspondence, programs, periodicals, membership lists, reports, receipts, photographs, and meeting minutes...

Bennett Reimer papers

 Collection 0141-SCPA
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...

John Wheeler Tufts collection

 Collection 0166-SCPA
Abstract John Wheeler Tufts was a music educator, organist, conductor, composer, and author who notably wrote several instructional books on music education in public schools. The John Wheeler Tufts collection covers the period from 1793 to 1987 with most of the collection falling between 1835 to 1908. The collection is comprised of letters, writings, scores, manuscripts and books of J.W. Tufts. It also includes letters from many of the Tufts family and photographs of J.W. Tufts, residences, and...

Walter Robert Collection

 Collection 0009-IPAM
Abstract A pianist, music educator, and writer, Walter Robert (1908-1999) performed often in solo piano recitals and also extensively as a collaborative pianist with singers and other instrumentalists. He performed in New York, Vienna, Italy, Austria, Taiwan, and most notably, at Indiana University. In addition, Robert taught at North Texas University and Indiana University and was a professor for brief periods of time at many places worldwide. Robert also wrote articles on various composers and...