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History of Music Education - review for final

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Admiral Rickover
After 1957 Sputnik; STEM education
Frances Clark
Early 1900's; music appreciation publications
Charles Farnsworth
Early 1900's; traveled to Europe to observe music classes; wrote class methods for trumpet, clarinet, trombone; agreed with idea of a core set of songs everyone knows' appreciated Dalcroze
William Channing Woodbridge
1830's- traveled to Europe and saw Nageli applying Pestalozzi's principles; speach to American Institute of Instruction, advocating music in curriculum; advocate and spokes person for Hartford experiment in which Ives taught 70 children using Pestalozzian Principles
Edward Bailey Birge
1919 - The Progressive Music Series; founding member of the Music Supervisors Conference
Lowell Mason
Father of music / 1831- published "The Juvenile Lyre" w/ Ives; 1832- founded Boston Academy of Music w/ Webb; 1838 Hayes School Experiment / Boston; connections with Woodbridge and Ives;
An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm Tunes
1721 - 1st music textbook in America; used Fasola notation
By Reverend Tufts
Barnett Walter
Norman Dello Joio
1957ish Ford Foundation sponsored Contemporary Music Project
Peter Dykema
Henry Ainsworth
Wrote book of Psalms; published in 1612 in Holland; book was brought by Pilgrims to America
Singing Schools
Response in Colonial Era to declining quality of singing in churches; Goal was to improve singing and teach people to read music; Met in evenings with a music instructor leading
The Old Way
Lining Out - Deaconing; from Colonial times; Deacon reads line, presentor gives starting pitch, congregation sings
Lining Out
The Old Way - Deaconing; from Colonial times; Deacon reads line, presentor gives starting pitch, congregation sings
The Old Way - Lining Out; from Colonial times; Deacon reads line, presentor gives starting pitch, congregation sings
Regular Way
from Colonial times; Congregation uses notes to sing psalms
Bay Psalm Book
Nickname for "The Whole Book of Pslams Faithfully Translated Into English Metre";
Translation of "The Whole Booke of Psalmes", known also as the Sternhold and Hopkins;
Translated to correct some inaccuracies in the Sternhold and Hopkins
Ainsworth Psalter
Book of Psalms brought to the New World by the Pilgrims;
Written by Reverend Henry Ainsworth in Holland and published in 1612
Reverend John Tufts
Wrote 1st music textbook in 1721, "An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm-tunes";
Advocate for music instruction to teach congregation to read music;
Advocacy led to Singing Schools;
Invented Fasola
Method of writing music invented by Reverend John Tufts, to simplify reading;
Appeared in his textbook, "An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm-tunes", 1721
Reverend Thomas Walter
1721 - "The Grounds and Rules of Music Explained or An Introduction to the Art of Singing by Note" - a manual on singing the Regular Way
18th Century Singing school textbooks with choral music and pedagogic materials;
Types of music included fudging tunes, set pieces, anthems, sentences
John Wheeler Tufts
1825-1908; with Holt compiled "The Normal School Course"; involved in music education, felt teachers needed to be included in pedagogic conversations, not just supervisors
Shape notes
Innovative system of music notation, invented to help singers read pitches;
1st used by William Little and William Smith in "The Easy Instructor"
William Little
Wrote "The Easy Instructor" with William Smith;
1st to use shape notes in a text
William Smith
Wrote "The Easy Instructor" with William Little;
1st to use shape notes in a text
Reverend John Tufts
1721 - "An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm-Tunes"; advocate for Singing Schools
Ainsworth Psalter
Book of Psalms brought to the New World by the Pilgrims; had 15 meters; written by Henry Ainsworth in Holland
Textbooks used in Singing Schools; included choral pieces and pedagogic material; types of songs included fuguing tunes, anthems, set pieces & sentences; also referred to as "Open-enders"
System of notation devised by Reverend John Tufts, to teach music reading; used in his book, "An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm-tunes"; four syllables represented seven tones of the scale
Shape notes
System of notation using shapes to represent the notes of the Fasola system; 1st used in a music book by William Little and William Smith in their book, "The Easy Instructor"
"An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm-Tunes"
1721 - book by Reverend John Tufts; 1st attempt at a music textbook; Tuft's used fasola syllables to try to simplify the music notation
Science & reason; knowledge is power; man can improve his condition; humanism
Pestalozzian principles
Head, heart, hands
Johann Pestalozzi
Swiss educator; believed education was for all; education is a means to raise social & economic status; education needs to be relevant and connected to life; children learn best with love and understanding; teacher is a gardener
Elam Ives, Jr.
1st to apply Pestalozzian principles in music class; worked with Woodbridge; volunteered to teach a class of 70 children - known as Hartford Experiment; wrote "American Elementary Singing Book", followed by "The Juvenile Lyre"
The Hartford Experiment
1830 - Ives and Woodbridge translated European materials about Pestalozzi; Ives volunteered to teach a class of 70 students using the principles; Woodbridge reported the results
Horace Mann
State Senator for MA; 1st Secretary of State Board of Education, MA; 1848 - 1st president of the American Association for the Advancement of Education advocate; for common school - education for all
Magna Charta of Music Education
1838, July - Boston School Committee approved music as a curricular subject
Common School Movement
Horace Mann - strong advocate; education for all
Julia Ettie Crane
1884 opened the Potsdam Musical Institute with a lab school
Progressive Education
C. 1919 - replacing the "drill and kill" with meaningful connection
Graded Music Series
National Music Course - by Mason 1870, rote teaching, included detailed lesson plans, lessons fit the 15 minutes/day allotted for instruction in most schools;
Normal Music Course - by John Wheeler Tufts & Hosea Holt 1883; note teaching, focus on sight reading;
Progressive Music Series - Parker (Dean of Yale School of Music) among authors;Birge & Meissner - contributed songs related to each chapter; McConathy -senior editor 1914; learning activities
Hosea Holt
w/ John Wheeler Tufts wrote "The Normal Music Course" 1883, note teaching, sight reading
The Progressive Music
By Birge, Meissner, & McConathy 1914; sequential learning activities; themes from Mozart, Beethoven & Dvorak used as related to the musical concept being taught
The National Music Course
By Luther Whiting Mason 1870; rote to note teaching, detailed lesson plans
Normal Music Course
By Hosea Holt and John Wheeler Tufts 1883; note reading & sight singing
The Sacred Harp
Tunebook; included tunes of European composers and composed tunes; expanded Psalmody; printed in shape notes
Luther Whiting Mason
Joined Cincinnati Public Schools & helped author "The Young Singer", chptr "Elements of Music"; 1864 - Superintendent of Music in Boston; rote to note; wrote "The National Music Course"; taught in Japan 3 years;
Joseph Maddy
National High School Orchestra; National High School Orchestra Camp at Interlochen 1928?
Phillip Hayden (Papa Hayden)
Primary figure in establishing Music Supervisors National Conference (later MENC)
Will Earhart
1918 - appointed chairmen of MSNC's Education Council
Peter Dykema
1918 - member of MSNC's Education Council; editor of Music Supervisors Bulletin (later Music Supervisors Journal); promoted community singing;
Charles Farnsworth
1918 - member of MSNC's Education Council