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Philosophies of Music Education in the United States 1861-1970: Including an Historical Survey of the Philosophies of Music in Western Civilization
The purpose of this study was to investigate pertinent philosophies of music education from 1861 to the present. Included was an historical overview of several significant philosophies of music which have influenced ...
An Outline of Music Development in Taiwan
The purpose of this study is to present an outline of the musical development in Taiwan during the 19th and 20th centuries and to speculate about future possibilities.
William Grant Still: His Life and Works
This paper gives a bibliography of William Grant Still (1895-1978) and includes discussions of his works, quotes from the composer, and reception history.
A Cello Student's Introduction to Cellist-Composers: Eleven Composers of Cello Methods
One should study cello history to develop an appreciation of the past, an understanding of the present, and perhaps an insight into the future. The realization of how we fit into the stream of creativity sparked by previous ...
Piano Concerto, Opus 39—Ferruccio Busoni: A Study of the Stylistic Trends in Art and Music from 1850-1925 and Their Influence on Busoni's Compositional Techniques
This paper details the artistic endeavors of the late Romantic and Neo-Classical periods and the influence of other composers, such as Liszt and Wagner, on Busoni. The second half of the paper is dedicated to exploring the ...