org/) unveiled Arts & Humanities VIII Collection including music titles: African Music (ISSN 0065-4019), Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, Cahiers d'Ethnomusicologie, College Music Symposium (ISSN 0069-5696), Music Perception (ISSN 0730-7829), Philosophy of Music Education Review (ISSN 1063-5734).
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for College Music Symposium (Missoula, MT)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Recent articles by Kenneth are published in American Music Teacher, Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, College Music Symposium and Keyboard Companion.
Recent articles by Williams are published in American Music Teacher, Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, College Music Symposium and Keyboard Companion.
Finally, the controversy about Berg's use of derived materials and the seeming justification that his sketches, containing order position numbers and other labels, provide for the view of unity based on the central role of the principal row has another aspect, one about which I have written elsewhere ("Sketch Study and Analysis: Berg's Twelve-Tone Music," College Music Symposium 33-34 [1993-94]: 155-71).
Lora Deahl is associate professor of piano at Texas Tech University Her publications have appeared in the International Journal of Musicology and The College Music Symposium.
This research led to the publication of his article on cross-cultural communication in AMT and an article in the 2001 issue of College Music Symposium titled, "International Students in the Performing Arts: Crossing Boundaries.