College Music: An Investigation for the Association of American Colleges

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COLLEGE MUSIC
AN INVESTIGATION FOR THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES

BY RANDALL THOMPSON

WITH A FOREWORD BY ROBERT L. KELLY AND SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS OF THE SPONSORING COMMITTEE

NEW YORK THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1935

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • The Sponsoring Committee v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xvii
  • Part I 1
  • Chapter I - The Open Door 3
  • Chapter II - Courses in The History and Literature of Music 15
  • Chapter III - Courses In Theory, Composition, and Analysis 35
  • Chapter IV - Courses in Applied Music 46
  • Part II 69
  • Chapter V - Music in History 71
  • Chapter VI - Music in Writing 79
  • Chapter VII - Music in Performance 84
  • Chapter VIII - Music in Company 106
  • Chapter IX - Music in Itself 122
  • Part III 129
  • Chapter X - A Program for Development 131
  • Appendix A - Register of Institutions Visited 139
  • Appendix B - Selected Documents 213
  • Appendix C - Supplementary Documents 247
  • Tables 253
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