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Music Educators Journal 

About: Music Educators Journal is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Music education & Musicology. It has an ISSN identifier of 0027-4321. Over the lifetime, 4132 publication(s) have been published receiving 27986 citation(s).
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Abstract: 1. From Philosophical Concurrence to Diversity: Problems and Opportunities. 2. Several Alternative Views and a Synergistic Proposal: An Experience-Based Philosophy of Music Education. 3. The Feeling Dimension of Musical Experience. 4. The Creating Dimension of Musical Experience. 5. The Meaning Dimension of Musical Experience. 6. The Contextual Dimension of Musical Experience. 7. From Theory to Practice: Musical Roles as Intelligences. 8. Advancing the Vision: Toward a Comprehensive General Music Program. 9. Advancing the Vision: Toward a Comprehensive Specialized Music Program.

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Abstract: monly accept practice more readily than theory. The growing complexity of the technology of our society and the increasing reliance of the society on theory and basic principles is, however, causing a dramatic change in attitudes toward philosophy. Everyone realizes, for example, that a precise theory preceded the splitting of the atom and the development of atomic energy. The achievement would have been

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Abstract: The American soundscape changed dramatically during the early decades of the twentieth century as new acoustical developments transformed both what people heard and the ways that they listened. What they heard was a new kind of sound that was the product of modern technology. They listened as newly critical consumers of aural commodities. Reverberation equations, sound meters, microphones, and acoustical tiles were deployed in places as varied as Boston’s Symphony Hall, New York’s office skyscrapers, and the sound stages of Hollywood. The result was that the many different spaces that constituted modern America began to sound alike—clear, direct, efficient, and non‐reverberant. While this new modern sound said little about the physical spaces in which it was produced, it has much to tell us about the culture that created it. This talk will explore the history of modern sound and modern culture in early twentieth‐century America.

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Journal's top 5 most impactful authors

Carl E. Seashore

30 papers, 265 citations

Will Earhart

29 papers, 174 citations

Bennett Reimer

20 papers, 225 citations

Patricia Shehan Campbell

14 papers, 150 citations

Karl W. Gehrkens

13 papers, 60 citations