The Making of a Music Academy

The Making of a Music Academy

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This is a story of a music-training program at one among many American institutions of higher learning. These institutions accepted the challenge to evolve and develop training programs for music as part of a liberal arts education. Covering a period of more than one hundred years, the book discusses aspects of politics and the arts in America during the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. It focuses upon faculty and administrative efforts to maintain a rich experience in the arts at a typical university in Midwestern America. It is a representative story that includes interviews with former faculty and administrators as well as with present faculty and alumni. It is a kind of arts-survival story presenting the argument that music is essential to the ideals of a complete education.Schools of Music as an evaluator and is currently editor of the College Music Symposium. ... and classical guitarist, received degrees in music from Wayne State University, Michigan State University and the University of Southern California.

Title:The Making of a Music Academy
Author: Jerome Stanley
Publisher:Hamilton Books - 2015-12-15

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