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Victrola in rural schools information and suggestions for the use of music in the rural school, with a selected list of Victor records. by Victor Talking Machine Company.

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Published by Issued by the Educational Department, Victor Talking Machine Co. in Camden, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Music in education.,
  • School music -- United States.,
  • Music -- Discography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreDiscography.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMT150 .V44 1919
The Physical Object
Pagination109 p.
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6652515M
LC Control Number23004260
OCLC/WorldCa15545492

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Music Manual for Rural Schools with the Victrola. MUSIC MANUAL FOR RURAL SCHOOLS WITH THE VICTROLA[:] INFORMATION AND SUGGESTIONS FOR THE USE OF MUSIC IN THE RURAL SCHOOL, TOGETHER WITH A FULL COURSE OF TWENTY LESSONS FOR EACH OF THREE YEARS' WORK, AND SIXTY MORNING EXERCISES. New revised edition. Issue 4 of Victrola and 78 Journal, published spring Caruso's Weakest Recordings - Charles Arnhold Brief Notes on Victor Matrix Numbers - William R. Moran African American Recording Pioneers - Jas Obrecht Lieut. Jim Europe's th Infantry Jazz Band - Floyd Levin Eight Popular Victor Artists - Missing: rural schools.   “Music Appreciation for Little Children” was one of the Victor curriculum-texts written for teachers who taught pre-school or elementary school. It provided lessons and record suggestions for each lesson. Ann Shaw Faulkner wrote a curriculum-text for high school called “What We Hear in Music.” Faulkner described four fundamental principles which music could express: nationality, .   At one school, a teacher noted that good attendance at parent-teacher conferences and other events was facilitated by the school’s proximity to student homes. Only 47 percent of teachers at this school cited parent involvement as a “major or moderate” challenge to school improvement, the lowest of the nine rural g: Victrola.