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ISBN: 0863140378
Author: Bernarr Rainbow,Pierre Galin
Language: English
Publisher: Boethius Press; Facsimile of 1818 ed edition (August 7, 1997)
Pages: 100
Category: Music
Subcategory: Art
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Inspired by the teachings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and persuaded that traditional methods of teaching music in France were mistaken, Pierre Galin applied his training in logic and the sciences to a devising a more satisfactory teaching procedure. It presents a challenge as valid today as when it was first written in 1818.

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Pierre Galin, Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music (1818) (from Exposition d'une nouvelle méthode pour l'ensignement de la musique), trans. Joseph Mainzer, Singing for the Million (1841). W. E. Hickson, The Singing Master (1836)

Pierre Galin, Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music (1818) (from Exposition d'une nouvelle méthode pour l'ensignement de la musique), trans. Hickson, The Singing Master (1836). M. A. Langdale and S. Macpherson, Early Essays on Musical Appreciation (1908–15). Joseph Mainzer, Music and Education (1848). Fétis, Music explained to the World (1844) (La musique mise à la portée de tout le monde).

Written late in life, this remarkable book was described by Percy Scholes as offering the most practically valuable study of the art of teaching music in existence. by John Curwen (Author), Bernarr Rainbow (Author). Hardcover, August 7, 1997.

Bernarr Rainbow is widely recognised as the leading authority on the history of music education, from the .

Bernarr Rainbow is widely recognised as the leading authority on the history of music education, from the Greeks up to the present day, as attested by his comprehensive study Music in Educational Thought and Practice.

Subjects: Education, Social Sciences, Music, Arts. Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music by Pierre Galin, Bernarr Rainbow. Collections: Arts & Sciences VIII Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection, Music Collection. Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music by Pierre Galin, Bernarr Rainbow (pp. 139-140).

Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music.

James Turle (1802-82) was organist of Westminster Abbey and Edward Taylor (1784-1863) was originally a Norwich musician who later worked as singer, teacher and music critic in London. Their book is subtitled: 'The Art of Singing at Sight taught by Progressive Exercises' and its aim was to equip middle-class families, studying at home, to savour the delights of part-singing, 'the cheapest, the readiest, the most social, the most innocent, the most diversified of amusements'. Rationale for a New Way of Teaching Music.

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From the Classic Texts in Music Education series. Bernarr Rainbow is widely

From the Classic Texts in Music Education series. Bernarr Rainbow is widely. Professor Rainbow wrote detailed prefaces to the manuals, which are conveniently collected in this volume, offering insights into and analysis of those who taught music in different times and places and the methods they employed. They have been put into full context by Gordon Cox. Includes 44 b/w illustrations.

(from Exposition d'une Nouvelle méthode, 1818) Inspired by the teachings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and persuaded that traditional methods of teaching music in France were mistaken, Pierre Galin applied his training in logic and the sciences to a devising a more satisfactory teaching procedure. The unprecedented analysis of the learning process common to language and music that resulted is published here in Bernarr Rainbow's translation for the first time. It presents a challenge as valid today as when it was first written in 1818.

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