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CONTENTS Introduction PART I :HISTORICAL EUROPEAN VIEWS Greece and Rome 1 Plato: Protagoras 2 Plato: Republic: III 4 Aristotle: Politica, Book VIII 11 Quintilian: Is Knowledge of a Variety of Subjects Necessary for the Future Orator? 27 St. Augustine: Confessions 33 The Middle Ages 36 Boethius: De Institutione Musica, Book I 37 Charlemagne: Admonitio generalis: 70, 72, 80 41 St. Odo of Cluny: Enchiridion musices 43 Later European Views 45 Frank LL. Harrison: Music Education for Religious Conversion 46 Martin Luther: Luther on Education: Studies and Methods 48 Martin Luther: Preface to Georg Rhau¿s Symphoniae incundae 50 John Calvin: Commentaries: Ethics and the Common Life 53 Richard Mulcaster: The Elementaire 54 John Amos Comenius: On Education 56 John Amos Comenius: The Great Didactic 58 John Locke: Some Thoughts Concerning Education 60 John Locke: Letter to Edward Clarke 62 John Ruskin: On the Relation of National Ethics to National Arts 64 Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi: Letter to Greaves: Training of Eye and Ear¿Music in Education 69 Friedrich Froebel: The Education of Man: Chief Groups of Subjects of Instruction 72 Herbert Spencer: Literary Style and Music 74 Herbert Spencer: Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical: What Knowledge is of Most Worth? 77 Emile Jaques-Dalcroze: Rhythm, Music, and Education: An Essay on the Reform of Music Teaching in Schools 84 A.S. Neil: Summerhill 93 PART II: HISTORICAL AMERICAN VIEWS Presidential Words 94 Cotton Mather: Preface to The Accomplished Singer 98 William Billings: Rules for Regulating a Singing School 101 William Billings: The Continental Harmony, 1794 103 Augusta Brown: The Inferiority of Yankee Music 104 Lowell Mason: Manual of the Boston Academy of Music 105 The Boston School Committee: Report of Special Committee (1837) 114 Letter to Tluther Whiting Mason 131 Horace Mann: Report for 1844: Vocal Music in Schools 133 Rev. A.D. Mayo: Methods of Moral Instruction in Common Schools 145 William Tomlins: The Power of Music Education 147 Samuel Winkley Cole: The Purpose of Teaching Music in Public Schools 149 John Sullivan Dwight: The Concerts of the Past Winter and Other Selections 150 A.W. Winship: The Mission of Music in the Public Schools 151 Horatio Parker, Osbourne McConathy Edward Bailey Birge, W. Otto Miessner: The Progressive Music Series 155 Pennsylvania Department of Instruction: The Value of Music 157 Frances Elliot Clarke Music in General Education: Music ¿ A Vital Force in Education* 160 Walter Damrosch, George Gartlan, Karl Gehrkens: The Universal School Music Series 163 Commerical Interests and Music Education 166 Hannah Matthews Cundiff andPeter W. Dykema: A Guide for Teaching School Music - the Place of Music inthe Public Schools 167 Will Earhart: A Steadfast Philosophy: To Justify or Not to Justify? 172 John Dewey: The Aesthetic Element in Education 177 John Dewey: Art as Experience: The Act of Expression 179 Oscar Handlin: John Dewey¿s Challenge to Educaton 181 Karl W. Gehrkens: The Ultimate Aim of Music Teaching in the Public Schools 183 Peter W. Dykema and Karl W. Gehrkens: High School Music: Our Educational Philosophy 185 James L. Mursell and Mabelle Glenn The Psychology of School Music Teaching: The Aims of School Music 193 Music Educators National Conference: Declaration of Faith, Purpose and Action 199 Hazel Nohavec Morgan: Staement of Belief and Purpose 202 James L. Mursell: Principles of Music Education: Social Principles¿The Place of Music in Social Life 208 Mabelle Glenn: Looking to the Future 225 PART III: MUSIC EDUCATION SINCE 1950 Philosophy of Music Education 226 Michael L. Mark: Public Policy and the Genesis of Aesthetic Education Philosophy 228 Susanne Langer: Philosophy in A New Key 233 Russell V. Morgan: Music: A Living Power in Education: Basic Philosophy for Music Education 237 Earl E. Harper: Music in American Educaton: Moral and Spiritual Values in Music Education 245 C.A. Burmeister: The Role of Music in General Education 250 Frances M. Andrews and Clara E. Cockerille 254 Benjamin C. Willis Music in American Education: The Stake of Music in Education 255 Charles Leonhard and Robert W. House: The Objectives and Processes of Education 263 Harry S. Broudy: A Realistic Philosophy of Music Education 276 Abraham A. Schwadron: Aesthetics and Music Education 283 Gerard L. Knieter: The Nature of Aesthetic Education 289 Charles H. Ball: Thoughts on Music as Aesthetic Education 296 Bennett Reimer: A Philosophy of Music Education 299 Bennett Reimer: Education and Aesthetic Knowing 308 Bennett Reimer: Why Do Humans Value Music? 318 Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Ulrich Schiefele: Arts Education, Human Development, and the Quality of Experience 325 Wayne D. Bowman: Sound, Society, and Music ¿Proper¿ 333 Wayne D. Bowman: Music Education in Nihilistic Times 337 Philip A. Alperson: A Praxial View 339 David J. Elliott: The Praxial Philosophy of Music Education 340 David J. Elliott: Music Education Processes, Products, and Contexts 345 Thomas A. Regelski: The Aristotelian Bases of Praxis for Music and Music Education as Praxis 349 J. Terry Gates: Why Study Music? 352 Music Education and Society 357 Estelle R. Jorgenses: On Spheres of Musical Validity 358 John H. Mueller: Music and Education¿A Social Approach 362 Max Kaplan: Foundations and Frontiers of Music Education: Goals of Planning 367 Amy Beegle: American Music Education 1941-1946 370 June Boyce-Tillman: Conceptual Frameworks for World Musics in Education 372 Michael L. Mark: An Appreciation of Diversity 373 John Strausbaugh: A View of American Multiculturalism 376 Estelle Jorgensen: Gender and Musical Life 378 Patricia O¿Toole: Gender Research in Music Education 379 Betty W. Atterbury: Old Prejudices, New Perceptions 384 Warrick L. Carter: Minority Participation in Music Programs 385 Patricia Shehan Campbell: Multiculturalism and School Music 386 Patricia Shehan Campbell: Music, Education, and Community in a Multicultural Society 389 Center for Music Research: Multicultural Arts Education 392 Terese M. Volk: Music, Education, and Multiculturalism 393 Diana Harris: Music Education: Muslim Beliefs 396 Music Education, Mind, and Brain 398 Howard Gardner: Theory of Multiple Intelligences 400 Donald A. Hodges: Neurological Research and Music Education 402 Frances H. Rausher, Gordon L. Shaw, Katherine N. Ky: Music and Spatia Task Performance 411 Ellen Winner and Lois Hetland: The Arts and Academic Improvment: What the Evidence Shows 413 Ellen Winner and Monical Cooper 423 Jerome Bruner: The Process of Education 425 The School Music Program 427 Marguerite V. Hood: Music in American Education 428 Charles L. Gary: Why Music Education? 431 Allen P. Britton: Music in Early American Public Education 432 The College Board: Academic Preparation for College 434 Jane Remer: The Arts for Art¿s Sake vs. Integration: A False Dichotomoy for Schools 436 Richard Colwell: Planning and Evaluation: The Evaluation Dilemma 439 Yale Seminar on Music Education: Music in Our Schools: A Search for Improvement 442 The Tanglewood Symposium: A Philosophy of the Arts for an Emerging Society 447 Congress of the United States: Goals 2000:Education America Act 462 Paul Lehman: The National Standards: From Vision to Reality 465 Arthur Levine: Educating School Teachers 466 Advocacy for Music Education 469 The Vision 2020 Symposium: The Housewright Declaration 470 The National Association of Secondary School Principals: The Arts in the Comprehensive High School 474 MENC: The National Association for Music Education: The Value and Quality of Arts Education: A Statement of Principles 476 Bennett Reimer: Roots of Inequity and Injustice 482 Paul G. Woodford: Democracy and Music Education 488 Jack Heller: Music in the Formal School Program 490 Donald AA. Hodges: Why Study Music? 494 National Endowment for the Arts: Toward Civilization: A Report on Arts Education 500 Richard W. Riley: Speech on Arts Education 508 Bill Ivey: Speech on Music Education5 512 Dana Gioia: On Awakening to Art 520 The 106th Congress of the United States: Concurrent Resolution of the 106tth Congress of the United States 522 Michael L. Mark: The No Child Left Behind Act 524 Arts Education: Creating Student Success in School, Work, and Life 527 Center on Educaton Policy: From the Capital to the Classroom: Year 4 of the No Child Left Behind Act 538 Education Commission of the States: Media Paints Arts Education in Fading Light 540 The Arts, Education and Americans Panel: Coming to Our Senses: The Signficance of the Arts for American Education 542 Charles Fowler: Can We Rescue the Arts for America¿s Children 553 National Commission on Music Education: Growing Up Complete: The Imperative for Music Education 574 June M. Hinckley: Testimony to Congress 578 Arts Education Partnership and thePresident¿s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities: The Impact of the Arts on Learning 586 PART IV: INTERNATIONAL VIEWS OF MUSIC EDUCATION Marie McCarthy: Towards a Global Community 594 World Figures 595 Emile Jaques-Dalcroze: Rhythm, Music, and Education 596 Emile Jaques-Dalcroze: Eurhythmics, Art, and Education 597 Carl Orff: Schulwerk 598 Lorraine Edwards: The Great Animating Stream of Music 601 Sinichi Suzuki: Talent Education 602 ASIA: Takahiko Imada: Post-modernity and Japan¿s Music Education 604 Koh-Ichi Hattori: 123 Years of Japanese Music 606 TAIWAN: Mei-Ling Lai Kou: Music Education in Taiwan 607 Angelo Hao-Chun Lee: Nationalism in School Texts in Taiwan 610 KOREA: Anthony Hakkum Kim: Korean Folk Music 611 HONG KONG: Rosanna Wong Yick-Ming: Music in Education is Education for Life 613 AFRICA: Joseph Ng¿andu and Anri Herbst: Institutionalsed Schooling in Africa 616 MALAWI: Mitchel Strumpf: Community Music Training in Malawi 618 SOUTH AFRICA: Shadrack Bokaba and Thamba Ishmael Kambule: What is Samet? 625 AUSTRALIA: Robert Walker: A Worthy Function for Music in Education 627 CANADA: J. Paul Green and Nancy H. Vogan: Music Education in Canada 633 EUROPE: The Council of Europe: Culture, Creativity and the Young 636 United Kingdom: Mary Warnock: Let Children Blow their Own Trumpets 640 Stephanie Pitts: Researching the Development of Music Education 644 Gordon Cox: Living Music in Schools 1923-1999 646 June Boyce-Tillman: World Musics in Education 647 Graham F. Welch: We Are Musical 649 The Department for Education and Skills, UK: Music Education Manifesto No. 2 655 FINLAND: Pirkko Partanen: Music in Finnish Schools, Secondary Education 657 RUSSIA: Milana Leshinsky: Lessons Learned from Music Education in Russia 659 Boris Dimentman: U.S.S.R. Union of Composers¿ Co-operation with Other Organizations in Mass Music Education 662 HUNGARY: Frigyes Sandor: Folk-music and Musical Education in Hungary 665 Frigyes Sandor: Musical Education in Hungary 670 IRELAND: Marie McCarthy: Irish Government White Paper 672 SWEDEN: Marja Heimonen 673 PORTUGAL: Adriana Latino, Graziela Cintra, Helena Rodrigues: Music Education in Portugal 675 SOUTH AMERICA: Ana Lucia Frega: Music Education in Argentina 677 Heitor Villa-Lobos: Invocaton to St. Cecilia 681
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Music -- Instruction and study -- History -- Sources.
Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics.