4 edition of In memoriam Howard Hanson--the future of musical education in America found in the catalog.
In memoriam Howard Hanson--the future of musical education in America
by Eastman School of Music Press in Rochester, N.Y
|Other titles||Future of musical education in America.|
|Statement||edited by Donald J. Shetler ; foreword by Robert Freeman.|
|Contributions||Shetler, Donald J., Freeman, Robert., Hanson, Howard, 1896-|
|LC Classifications||MT3.U5 I48 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||84003986|
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: In Memoriam Howard Hanson: Future of Musical Education in America (): Shetler, Donald J.: Books. Howard Harold Hanson (Octo – Febru ) was an American composer, conductor, educator, music theorist, and champion of American classical director for 40 years of the Eastman School of Music, he built a high-quality school and provided opportunities for commissioning and performing Americanhe won a Pulitzer Prize for his Symphony No.
4, and Alma mater: Northwestern University. In memoriam Howard Hanson--the future of musical education in America. Rochester, N.Y.: Eastman School of Music Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Donald J Shetler; Robert Freeman; Howard Hanson.
Howard Hanson was among the first twentieth century American composers to achieve widespread prominence. In contrast to the angular Stravinskian and Americana-influenced sounds that dominated American concert music prior to World War II, Hanson wrote in an unabashedly Romantic idiom influenced by his Nordic roots.
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Gary's A History of American Music Education sharpens and extends its contents. With its clear, insightful, and thorough overview, it remains the indispensable story of music Cited by: Find Howard Hanson composition information on AllMusic.
Hanson was one of America's popular symphonic composers in the midth century, writing in a lush, Romantic style that had a broad appeal. A Brief History of Music Education in America 1. B R I A N D. E B I E, P H. D A Brief History of Choral Music Education In The United States (concluding with a brief look at current trends in music education) 2.
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took place to consider the problems facing music education and to propose possible solution. the driving force behind the seminar was the national science foundation NSF. concerned about a curriculum overloaded with science courses they recognize that science should be approached broadly and and that scientists were accomplished musicians.
the study of arts could also be seen to the lens. Professor Shetler served as a visiting professor at 22 colleges and is the author of the books, "Film Guide for Music Educators" and "In Memoriam Howard Hanson: Future of Musical Education in.
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