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Searching Through Choral Music Education
Transcript of Searching Through Choral Music Education
1999, added a volunteer orchestra
still popular today John Finley Williamson founds the Westminster Choir
in 1920 Williamson develops the "singing tone," which is vastly different than the a capella style. By the 1940s, singing standards have been raised. ". . .an emphasis on the integrity of the musical score, a varied concept of choral tone, and a higher level of formal training for choral music educators." In 1916, Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians was created. They become the first professional choral group to expand into education. Waring is considered the "Man who taught America how to sing." In 1942, Gordon and Berger and Robert Shaw created the "Collegiate Chorale." In 1948, Shaw created the Robert Shaw Concert Chorale Shaw created an admirable and influential personal style of teaching. American Choral Directors Association Founded in 1959, ran alongside MENC
1971, held first independent meeting in Kansas City, MO Educational Reforms Begin in the 1950's
In the 1980's, federal funding was cut
Public education receives less funding
In 2002, No Child Left Behind causes a decrease in art/music programs