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John Lowell.
First Music Educator. He taught for one year without pay (1836) to see if the idea of Music Education would work.
Who was chosen in Boston in the 1800s for a Music Educator's position?
Specially trained people (knew how to read music) were appointed.
Why was it important that music was a "specialized" class?
There were no supervisors. Only an authorized instructor. ("You won't be supervised, but we will pay you.")
How was music taught in the 1800s?
Music was taught by a "professional" and included classes such as: theory, sightsinging, appreciation, etc. (much like classes today.)
What is meant by the 20th century phrase, "for the child?"
Many parents said, "I didn't have it when I was a kid so I'll give it to my kid."
In 1900 what was the primary music program?
Vocal, but music education was attempting to provide the child with what their interest was (instrumental/vocal).
Pastalozzi, John Dewey, and Rousseau.
Music Education Reformers of the 20th century.