Allen Britton - Articles Written By Britton

Articles Written By Britton

  • Music Education in the Nineteen-Sixties. MUS ED J 47:23-6 n6 1961
  • Thank You, Mr. President. MUS ED J Nov-December 1961, 33-36
  • Music Education: an American Specialty. MUS ED J 48:27-9+ n6 1962
  • The 1962 MENC Program. Port MUS ED J 48:45-8+ n4 1962
  • The Development of Courses, Resources, and Activities for Performing Students. MUS ED J 45:42-4 n4 1964
  • The General Theoretical Foundations of Music Education. MUS ED J 50:44-5 n5 1964
  • Research in the United States. J RES MUS ED 17:108-11 n1 1969
  • The Changing Scene. MUS ED J 56:109 May 1970
  • La EducaciĆ³n Musical en los Estados Unidos de America. HETEROFONIA 7:13-17 n39 1974
  • Keokuk to San Antonio: 75 Years of Change. MUS ED J 68:42-4 February 1982
  • Founding JRME: A Personal View. J RES MUS ED 32:223-42 n4 1984
  • Keynote Address, Sonneck-Society Liberty Supper Queensborough Community College 29 May 1976 SONNECK S 5:17-19 n3 1979
  • The Sonneck Society and American Music. Port CHORAL J 28:28-9 n3 1987
  • Research in Music Education, with particular Reference to the Historic and Scientific The How and Why of Teaching Singing Schools in Eighteenth Century America. CRME n99:23-41 Winter 1989
  • MENC: Remembrances and Perspectives. QUARTERLY J OF MUS TEACHING 5:6-15 n2 1994
  • In Celebration of 100 Years: The School of Music, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Reminiscences: Musical and other delights at Illinois, 1933-1938. CRME n125:9-19 Summer 1995
  • Introduction to Twentieth-Century Brass Soloists: Bio-Critical Source Books on Musical Performance by Meckna, M. SONNECK S 21:29 n3 1995
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Name Britton, Allen
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Date of birth May 25, 1914
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Date of death February 17, 2003
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