Louisville Conservatory of Music - Crescendo Yearbook (Louisville, KY)

 - Class of 1925

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Louisville Conservatory of Music PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC The growing demand for efficient teache1's and supervisors of public school music is due largely to the fact that, even in the States where supervisors are not required by law, the necessity for thorough musical training i11 the grades is being recognized. Many public schools are giving credit for music taken at con- servatories or under private teachers. Often music is given a place of equal importance with other high school studies. Consequently, the demand is for teachers of high ability and broad training, teachers who are capable of instructing the primary and elementary grades of school music, conducting choruses and orchestras and giving instruction in harmony and musical appreciation. Inas- much as the teachers of public school music exert a very definite influence upon the civic life in any community, the supervisor's general education, as well as musical, must be along broad lines. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS An academic education representing a four year high school course, or its equivalent, which includes the ability to speak, write and spell the English language correctly. The possession of an acceptable singing voice and a well developed sense of tone and rhythm. The ability to read at sight simple hymns and folk tunes. A fair amount of musical training. COURSES Cal A Supervisor's Certificate of Public School Music is granted upon completion of the two year course. tbl A Supervisor's Diploma of Public School Music will be granted upon completion of the three year course. Students wishing advanced standing must present credits and the proper credentials. In the absence of such, they will appear before the Board of Exam- iners for classification and standing. Reciprocal relations have been established with the Louisville Normal School where students of Public School Music will receive instruction in all professional subjects. The charge for subjects taken at the Louisville Normal School is included in the tuition quoted in this catalog. PUBLIC SCHOOL DRAWING A full year course in Public School Drawing is included in the curriculum of the Louisville Conservatory and is an elective subject in the Public School Depart- ment A large number of schools require supervisors who can teach drawing as well as music, therefore, it is recommended that all students qualify in this subject. IMI!-24' thirty-seven



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L 0 11. 1' s I7 17 I I e fl 0 Il s c 1' ll fl l 0 1' y 0 f 1lI u S 1' 1: GENERAL OUTLINE METHODS I. First Year: First Semester: This course deals with rote singing and care of the eliild's voice. It also deals with treat- ment of so-called "Monotones". f7rc1l1'I 2 semester hours. BIETIIODS II. First Year: Second Semester: This course deals with materials and methods of presentation of the problems of tone and rhythm beguunng with the kindergarten and extending through the Hrst four years. f'rerl1't 2 Sl'lIll:Nf"l' hours. ME'l'I-IODS III. Second Year: First Semester: This course deals with materials and methods of presentation of the problems of tone and rhythm beginning with the fifth and extending through the eighth year. flrcflil .2 S!'IIlf'Nfl5I' hours. METHODS IV. Second Year: Second Semester: High School Music-The High School Chorus, Glee Clubs, classification of voices. In- struction in the care of the adolescent voice of the boy and girl. Conducting is also included in this course. f,'1'1'1.'iI f? sc111eslc1' INIIIVH. OBSERVATION TEACHING. First Year: n . For all students in the first year. Observation work is carried on throughout all grades in the clty schools. Observation :n the high school and orchestra work included. ffrcrlil 2 Nfllllhsllfl' hours, l'llAO'I'ICE TEACHING. Second Year: Each student upon completion of Methods I and II and one year of observation will have experience in practice teaching m all grades in the Louisville Public Schools. C'rc1lr'1' 4 sczlneslcr' hours. FOLK GAMES AND DANCES. First Year: First Semester: Kindergarten rhythmic play emphasizing free expression, folk games and dances for school, playground and suitable material for settlement work including pagcants and festivals. flrcrlil M senlesler hour, A PPRECIATION: Listening lessons with a phonograph are correlated with the work of the grades. In the first years of school life tduring sensory and associative periodsl the child becomes familiar with the best of children's songs produced by artistsg hears solos, ducts and trios of the instru- ments of the orchestra: associates folk tunes with different nations and learns names of difTerent kinds of music, composers, musical terms, etc. f'r1'rl1'! 2 NIfllll'Slf'l' hmzrs. P.XGEAN'l'RY. Second Year: First Semester: An Operetta is given each year with the children attending the Conservatory under the direction of the School Music Department. Clrcrlil If Nl'lIlt7-Sflfl' hour. OliCHES'l'R,A'l'ION. Second Year: A general understanding of orchestral instruments, study of orchestral scores and organ- ization of school orchestras. Students are asked to bring instruments with them. Crcrlil 2 Nl'lIIt'NflfI' 1'1o111's. ART OF CONDUCTING AND CIIORITS: First and Second Year: Interpretation of selections as used in Iligh School Choruscs, knowledge of tempo, attack. release, enunciation, phrasing. dynamics, etc. Also classification of voices and balance of parts. , f'1'cfl1I 2 scmcslcr ho'11rs. page thirty-nine

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