The Organization and Development of the High School Stage Band

The Organization and Development of the High School Stage Band

Date: unknown
Creator: North Texas State College
Description: Pamphlet announcing the creation of a course titled "The Organization and Development of the High School Stage Band" at North Texas State College. The pamphlet includes possible subject matter relating to the course, such as arrangement, musical performance, and the possible use of this course to make a football band.
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American Indian Music in Elementary School Music Programs of Oklahoma : Repertoire, Authenticity and Instruction

American Indian Music in Elementary School Music Programs of Oklahoma : Repertoire, Authenticity and Instruction

Date: December 1998
Creator: Damm, Robert J., 1964-
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the instructional methods of Oklahoma's elementary school music educators with respect to the inclusion of an authentic repertoire of American Indian music in the curriculum. The research was conducted through two methods. First, an analysis and review of adopted textbook series and pertinent supplemental resources on American Indian music was made. Second, a survey of K-6 grade elementary music specialists in Oklahoma during the 1997-1998 school year was conducted.
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A Comparative Study of Elementary and Junior High School Music Programs in the State of Texas in 1949-1950

A Comparative Study of Elementary and Junior High School Music Programs in the State of Texas in 1949-1950

Date: 1950
Creator: Meyers, Carl Dean
Description: The purpose of this study is to present a comparison between recommendations made by authorities in the field of music education regarding the music curriculum in the elementary and junior high schools and the music curricula currently in existence, based on the tabulated results of a questionnaire sent to various school systems in Texas.
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An Evaluation of the Music Programs in the Seventh-Day Adventist Academies in the United States

An Evaluation of the Music Programs in the Seventh-Day Adventist Academies in the United States

Date: May 1977
Creator: Thurber, Don W.
Description: None
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The Development of a Strategic Planning Model Applicable to Music Programs in Institutions of High Education

The Development of a Strategic Planning Model Applicable to Music Programs in Institutions of High Education

Date: August 1980
Creator: McMinn, Don J.
Description: None
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A Proposed Program of Music as it Functions in the High School Assembly

A Proposed Program of Music as it Functions in the High School Assembly

Date: August 1942
Creator: Vaughan, Hermione Stewart
Description: After teaching music in several high schools for a number of years, and observing the lack of continuity in assembly programs, the writer became interested in developing a program of music which would more adequately function in the high school assembly.
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The Musical Setting of Eight Choruses for Typical Music Classes of Grades Four to Six

The Musical Setting of Eight Choruses for Typical Music Classes of Grades Four to Six

Date: September 1942
Creator: Hamilton, Mary Joe
Description: These eight were selected as typical lyrics to meet the diverse interests of students in the intermediate grades and to aid the teachers of those students in transmitting desired precepts and ideals. The poems are short and varied in verse form. The subject matter ranges from pirates and fairies to one's own conscience and Christmas; the moods, from whimsicality and nonsense to patriotism and reverence. The marked poetic devices influencing the choice of these particular lyrics are their rhythmical and alliterative quality; their rich, lively, yet correct language; their vivid imagery; their emotional appeal; and in a few cases their narrative quality.
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Attitudes of Public School Administrators Toward the Instrumental Music Program

Attitudes of Public School Administrators Toward the Instrumental Music Program

Date: August 1942
Creator: Lawhon, Hardin N. (Hardin Norris)
Description: The purpose of the present study is three-fold in its nature: (1). To determine, by means of interviews and questionnaires, the attitudes of school administrators toward the various aspects of the instrumental music program; (2). To interpret these attitudes in the light of modern music education; (3). To make recommendations for the improvement of the instrumental music program with respect to the findings of the study.
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