Teaching about women in music in primary and secondary schools : panel discussion
NamesFirst National Congress on Women in Music (Creator)Field, Lucille (Moderator)Conlon, Pat (Commentator)Alpern, Mildred (Commentator)Lindeman, Carolynn A., 1940- (Commentator)Hairston, Asta (Commentator)Serposs, Emile H (Commentator)Roth, B. P (Commentator)Dackow, Sandra (Commentator)Merrill, Bob (Lyricist)Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (Lyricist)Cryer, Gretchen (Lyricist)Styne, Jule, 1905-1994 (Composer)Loewe, Frederick, 1901-1988 (Composer)Ford, Nancy (Composer)
First National Congress on Women in Music recordings
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1981-03-28
Table of Contents[Part 1]: [Opening remarks ; Introductions] (Lucille Field Goodman, moderator) -- Pat Conlon -- [Questions] -- [A presentation of society's perception of males and females and their behaviors for children in middle and high schools (with slides and pre-recorded song examples)] / Mildred Alpert ; "If a girl isn't pretty" and "You are woman, I am man" (from the musical "Funny girl") / J. Styne-B. Merrill ; "Why can't a woman be more like a man?" (from the musical "My fair lady") / F. Loewe-A. J. Lerner ; "Miss America" (from the 1980 off-Broadway musical "I'm getting act together and taking it on the road") / N. Ford-G. Cryer -- [Additional commentary] [ends abruptly] |||| [Part 2]: [Excerpt, to end] Carolynn A. Lindeman -- Asta Hairston -- Emile Serposs -- B. P. Roth (?) -- [Questions about teacher training programs ; Ms. Brigdow's (?) commentary about taking a teaching training program for primary grades in Germany] -- Sandy Dachow's (?) middle school band instrument assignments [ends abruptly]
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LTC-A 1379Shelf locator: *LTC 103 sess. 9 no. 5 (former classmark)
TopicsWomen in musicMusic -- Instruction and studyWomen's studies -- Study and teachingWomen artistsMusicalsWomen musicians -- United StatesWomen composers -- United States
GenresLecturesPanel discussionsLive sound recordings
NotesContent: Former classmark on original cassette: *LTC 103 (F)Content: Title from original cassette label; additional information from catalog (cassette tapes, schedule of meetings and concerts, and newspaper clippings (, 46,  p.); Available on request.Performers: Pat Conlon (John Dewey High School, Brooklyn, N. Y.), Mildred Alpern (Women's studies, High School History and Sociology Images of Women; Spring Valley School, Spring Valley, N. Y.), Carolynn A. Lindeman (San Francisco University), Asta Hairston (Community High School District 17, Music Supervisor, Brooklyn, N. Y.), Emile Serposs (Professor of Music Education, Brooklyn College, CUNY), B. P. Roth (?) (Art teacher, Fieldston School) and [Sandy Dackow] (New Jersey), panel members ; Lucille Field Goodman (Brooklyn College), moderator ; with Ms. Brigdow (?) (from audience)Venue: Recorded New York University, New York, N. Y. 1981 March 28.Citation/reference: Forms part of: First National Congress on Women in Music recordings.
Physical DescriptionAudiocassetteExtent: 1 audio cassette (80:29 : analog, mono
DescriptionThis panel discussion is about how music educators can teach about and infuse more music by women in their own curriculum. Some of the topics that were discussed include how society is influenced by images of women (Mildred Alpert), how to add materials about women composers to elementary and secondary school libraries (Carolynn A. Lindeman), the lack of women artists in art books (B. P. Roth), questions about teacher training programs, and assigning instruments unusually (girls: tubas and boys: clarinets, for example) in a middle school band in New Jersey (Sandy Dackow).
Type of ResourceSound recording
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 902818972NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20525134Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): aa021460-b83a-0133-3e54-60f81dd2b63c
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