The Development of a Curriculum for the Teaching of Dance Music at a College Level

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The purpose of this study is to set forth certain principals or rules, Which, if adhered to, will be a beginning in the training of the young musician who would make the playing of dance music his profession. Be it understood that this is only an embryonic work and as such it should not be considered a final and irrevocable treatise on this topic. Actual work and development in this field will probably see many of the practices recommended herein relegated to a less important stage while items not mentioned, or perhaps mentioned and treated without undue stress, may come ... continued below

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iv, 38 leaves: ill., music

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Hall, Gene, 1913- August 1944.

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The purpose of this study is to set forth certain principals or rules, Which, if adhered to, will be a beginning in the training of the young musician who would make the playing of dance music his profession. Be it understood that this is only an embryonic work and as such it should not be considered a final and irrevocable treatise on this topic. Actual work and development in this field will probably see many of the practices recommended herein relegated to a less important stage while items not mentioned, or perhaps mentioned and treated without undue stress, may come to the foreground of importance. It is hoped that this work will help in paving the way for a sincere and unprejudiced program of training for the young dance musician. However, before venturing into any discussion concerning dance music, it is necessary to have a clear understanding as to what fields of music are included in the term dance music.

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Hall, Gene, 1913-. The Development of a Curriculum for the Teaching of Dance Music at a College Level, thesis, August 1944; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663744/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .