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  1. A Nation at Risk
    1983
  2. Bennett Reimer, Philosophy of Music Ed
    • 1970, 89, 03
    • born 1932
  3. Charles Leonard
    co-wrote Principles and Foundations of Music Ed w/House, 1959
  4. CMP
    Contemporary Music Project, officially began 1963, funded by Ford Foundation; created by Norman Dello Joio
  5. David Elliot
    Wrote Music Matters, 1995
  6. Housewright Symposium
    • 1999 - Vision 2020
    • Checks up on Tanglewood declarations and stands by them
    • adds issues/concerns for the future
  7. John Dewey
    • Art as Experience, 1939
    • 1859-1952
    • Progressivism and liberalism in education
    • music aesthetics
  8. Julliard Repertory Project
    • 1964
    • in response to Yale Symposium
    • 200+ recordings made of high-level and high-performance art music
  9. Manhattanville Music Curriculum Project
    • 1970
    • Test comprehensive musicianship
  10. National Standards
    • 1994
    • Set up 9 core standards for music teachers as a way to maintain importance in schools
  11. Public Law 94-142
    • IDEA
    • 1975
    • Gave all handicapped students right to education and benefits
  12. Tanglewood Symposium
    • 1967¬†
    • Core music standards necessary because music is a core subject
    • GO Project 1969
  13. Will Earhart
    • Created first school bands, 1898
    • Start of instrumental music programs as we know them?
  14. Yale Seminar
    • 1963
    • critical of music education in schools
    • Yale Repertory Project in response
  15. Woods Hole Conference
    • 1959
    • In response to Sputnik Launch
    • resolve to increase sci and math in k-12, to detriment of arts
  16. Formalism
    • Meaning of the object is in its structure
    • more advanced structure seen as more advanced/complex
  17. Ideas
    vehicles with which we think
  18. Ideology
    belief system set on a specific idea that gives value to that idea
  19. Inductive argument
    • Come to the best conclusion that fits the evidence
    • most likely conclusion
  20. Logic
    approach to something (philosophy) through reason
  21. Logical Soundness
    truths based upon logic
  22. Logical Validity
    • Premises that lead directly to the conclusion
    • conclusion can be drawn from the premises
  23. Philosophy Prerequisites/Procedure Prerequisite
    Have an open mind
  24. Praxialism
    • polar opposite to formalism
    • meaning in the doing of the music/creation
  25. Premise
    Statement or proposition used in an argument
  26. Referentialism
    • Notion that music has extramusical meaning
    • die Moldau - The River
    • Absolute music as opposite
  27. Synthesis
    Result of a dialectic argument
  28. Ethnocentrism
    • Belief that one's own culture is best culture
    • assigning value to other cultures based on that POV
  29. Dialectic Argument
    2 opposing sides that come together to create synthesis
  30. Deductive Argument
    • Argument that states only one possible conclusion
    • If this/then this
  31. Contextualism
    Definition of object is connected to its context
  32. Conclusion
    Statement supported by premises in argument
  33. Argument
    series of premises that come to a conclusion
  34. Estelle Jorgensen
    • dialectic music philosophy
    • 2003 Transforming MuEd
  35. Charles Leonard
    • Father of aesthetic music education movement
    • Teacher of Reimer
    • Foundations and Principles of MuEd, 59
  36. James Mursell
    Gestalt concepts in music education
  37. John Dewey
    • Morality and Citizenship
    • 1930s
    • 1934 Art as Experience
  38. Lucy Greene
    • Music education that reflects popular music making
    • music teacher as facilitator
  39. Christopher Small
    Musicking - the doing of music
  40. David Elliot
    • Praxialist Philosophy
    • Music Matters, 1995
  41. Bennett Reimer
    • Student of Charles Leonhard
    • aesthetic education
    • 70,89,03
  42. Emile Dalcroze
    Training the music faculties
  43. Edwin Gordon
    Created the PMMA to diagnose musical aptitude in children
  44. Allen Britton
    Co-created JRME, 1953
  45. John Madden
    Big Ten Marching band style
  46. R. Murray Schafer
    • World Soundscape Project, late 1960s
    • ¬†sonic environment, course in noise pollution
  47. Lowell Mason
    Father of Sining
  48. Housewright/Vision 2020
    • 1999
    • Articulated a vision of music ed for 21st century
  49. Julliard Repertory Project
    • 1964
    • Collect highest quality music for mued classrooms
  50. Woods Hole Conference
    • 1959
    • Discussed Problems with science education and offered solutions
  51. Manhattanville Music Curriculum Project
    • 1970
    • Focused on a sequential music learning program of primary grades
  52. Contemporary Music Project
    • 1963
    • Ford Foundation explored relationships between arts and society
  53. IDEA, Public Law 94-142
    • 1975
    • Guaranteed the rights of exceptional children
  54. Nation at Risk
    • 1983
    • Issued by the National Commission on Excellence in Education
  55. Yale Seminar
    • 1963
    • Music is too often used for performance and showmanship
  56. Tanglewood Symposium
    • 1967
    • Music serves best when its integrity as an art is maintained
  57. Comprehensive Musicianship Project
    • 1965
    • related different aspects of music usually studied separately
  58. Joseph Maddy
    • First instrumental music supervisor,
    • Nat'l HS Orchestra
    • 1918/26
  59. Pedro de Gante
    Franciscan missionary, 1st school in New Spain, 16c

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