ERIC Number: ED314298
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
College Music Symposium. Journal of the College Music Society, Volume Twenty-Eight, 1988.
Herlinger, Jan, Ed.
College Music Symposium, v28 1988
"College Music Symposium" is published annually in one volume. This issue is devoted to four areas of music. "Musicology" contains five articles: "Communicating Musicology: A Personal View" (L. Lockwood); "'Music History' as a Set of Problems: 'Musicology' for Undergraduate Music Majors" (J. Hepokoski); "Musicologists and Generalists: A Medieval Perspective" (K. Levy); "Musicology and the Music Major" (M. Murata); and "Machaut for the Masses, or How Musicology Ruins Your Teaching" (K. Rohrer). "Music of the Masters--and Others?" contains five articles: "The Authenticity of the Symphony in A Minor (K16a) Attributed to Mozart: A Stylistic Study" (S. Fruehwald); "Program and Sonority: An Essay in Analysis of the 'Queen Mab' Scherzo, from Berlioz's 'Romeo and Juliet'" (B. Shamgar);"Stephen Foster and His Publishers, Revisited" (S. Saunders); "Tradition and Creation: Hugo Wolf's 'Fussreise'" (C. Hatch); and "Chromatic Completion: Its Significance in Tonal And Atonal Contexts" (P. Paccione). "Campus Focus" contains two articles: "The Curriculum Design Process in Music" (E. Jorgensen); and "The Bachelor of Music Degree and the Marketplace" (G. Rogers). Five book reviews are included. (PPB)
College Music Society, 1444 Fifteenth St., Boulder, CO 80302 ($35/year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Researchers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: College Music Society, Boulder, CO.