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By Terese Volk Tuohey
During this time in historical past, the expansion of tune as a curricular examine within the usa, from making a song colleges to lecture room making a song and note-reading, paralleled Emerson’s educating profession. It used to be due to the foundation verified through song academics like Irving Emerson that the song curriculum built within the 20th century to incorporate track appreciation, instrumental tune ensembles and marching band, in addition to normal song sessions and choral track schooling. this can be a useful source to tune educators, musicians, and historians alike in realizing the beginnings and formation of what's this day track appreciation within the schooling system.
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A Musician and Teacher in Nineteenth Century New England: Irving Emerson, 1843—1903 by Terese Volk Tuohey