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Justifying the Study and Performance of Sacred Choral Music in Secondary Public Education
The selection of performance literature is one of the most important tasks a choral conductor undertakes. When the quality of the music is high, the potential for teaching (and learning) is unlimited. Each new musical ...
An early route to college
Can you save enough for your child's education? In a word, yes. Don't panic. Get off to a smart start. Stay on course and reap the rewards. Time is on your side.
Wry Comment From the Outback: Songs of Protest From the Niua Islands, Tonga
began to understand how the colonized people of these islands made use of songs to speak ruefully about the hardships of their lives and to assert their independence of thought in the face of political and economic rule from the south. In formal Tongan...
The seamless life
In his personal essay, Robert H. Williams, AB '58 chronicles his journey to, and through, MU, along with the lessons he learned along the way. (Supplied by cataloger)...
Big Ben beckons
Journalism interns learn London media.
The man from Missouri
This story covers Donald Dawson and Sarah McClendon, MU alumnus who played major parts in President Harry Truman's campagin and presidency. (Supplied by cataloger)...
A Fugitive Essence: The Public Radio Legacy of Alec Wilder
Two central goals have motivated the scholarship contained in this paper. The first of these is to provide an account of an obscure series of radio programs produced for public broadcast in the nineteen-seventies (a ...
Annotated bibliography 1986-1990