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The Junior High School General Music Class
This paper is divided into six main divisions of the activities of the junior high school general music. However, none of these activities should be taught as a unit or a means to an end in itself, but they must be ...
The Funerary Stele of Heliodora, Astrologer
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2019)
, and a considerable number of further examples known but not yet published, the stele in the University of Missouri Museum of Art and Archaeology belongs to a tiny group of such gravestones with unusual interest and, indeed, a unique description...
Relief-Amphoras of Archaic Crete
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 1971)
The Judgement of Paris : An Excerpt on a Roman Relief Mirror
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 1992)
"Gilded bronze reliefs are characteristic of a group of Roman mirrors of otherwise simple design. Most of the mirrors are small, 9-12 cm in diameter; all have an unadorned, round, reflecting surface of polished high-tin ...
Rock Crystal Vessels in Antiquity
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 1973)
A Laconian Lady in Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 1995)
"Mention of Greece and the site of ancient Sparta, surrounded by mountains in the region of Laconia, brings to mind a male-dominated, militaristic society devoid of artistic culture. But this describes the later Archaic ...
The History and Development of Music and Worship of the Stone Church 1873-1976
This paper chronicles the history of the Stone Church Congregation of the (now) Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It focuses on the musical activities of the church through time.
Seven Ancient Egyptian Figured Ostraca and a Decorated Sherd : The Wilber Collection in the Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2015)
The college teacher : 1959
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1959)
"The college teacher of today is teaching because he would be less satisfied in some other work...he measures the rewards of his profession largely in non-monetary terms: the excitement of research, of working with young ...
New Contexts for The Entry of Christ into Jerusalem : Two Embriachi Plaques in the Museum of Art and Archaeology
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2018)
in the permanent collection of the University of Missouri's Museum of Art and Archaeology capture the intensity of this decisive event. Jesus rides toward a throng of people who surge forward to greet him. He gazes peacefully toward the people and raises his hand...
Use of financial planners and portfolio performance
Using modern information economics as the conceptual framework and data from the 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances, this study adopts a decomposition technique to explore the relationship between the primary information ...
An Annotated Bibliography of Choral Techniques and Related Subjects
This paper is a collation of materials which, in the opinion of the author, are pertinent to contemporary choral practices and techniques. Section I is a list of books and their contents. ...
Albrecht D�rer's Curls : Melchior Lorck's 1550 Engraved Portrait and Its Relationship to D�rer's Self-Fashioned Public Image
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2008)
"The image of the Nuremberg artist Albrecht D�rer with a mane of long curly hair is internationally recognizable. Its place in the collective consciousness of the Western world has been years in the making, beginning with ...
Pedagogy Related to the Boy's Changing Voice
It was the original purpose of this paper to show how the sound and common sense practices of education could be adapted to maintaining the boy's singing voice and interest in music through the period of adolescence. ...
A Select Guide for Swedish Choral Music of the Post-World War II Era
In Sweden, folk music has been the source of inspiration for choral writing and the church the source of encouragement for singing and choral music. The golden age of Swedish choral music came about as a direct result of ...
A Study of the Cambiata Voice
A discussion of the role of the boy's treble voice in early times is preceded with consideration of the initial role and eventual dismissal of women's voices from choral music settings. This summary is important to ...
Survey Course of Church Music
This document outlines a survey conservatory course in the history of church music from the seventh century to the twentieth century.